11 Jailed in Hopkins County On Felony Warrants  May 19-28, 2022
May28

11 Jailed in Hopkins County On Felony Warrants May 19-28, 2022

At least 11 people were jailed in Hopkins County on felony warrants from May 19 to May 28, 2022. Jail Transfers Melissa Beth Scott AKA Rebecca Lea Wyatt and Rebecca Lea Shirley Melissa Beth Scott was transported at 9:45 a.m. May 26 by Sheriffs Deputy Terry Thompson from Hadin County jail to Hopkins County jail, where the 42-year-old Kountz, Texas woman was booked in at 2:38 p.m. May 26 on failure to identify by giving false...

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Miller Grove Student’s Art Wins Congressional Contest, To Be Displayed At US Capitol
May28

Miller Grove Student’s Art Wins Congressional Contest, To Be Displayed At US Capitol

Mother of Texas, winner of the Congressional Art Competition, 4th Congressional District Miller Grove High School student Bailee Shipp’s artwork will be displayed at the USCapitol for the next year. Shipp’s work was selected as the winner from Texas’ Fourth Congressional District. The Congressional Art Competition, the U.S. House of Representatives’ official art competition for high school students, allows each...

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SSHS Class Of 2022 Celebrated At Gradation
May27

SSHS Class Of 2022 Celebrated At Gradation

The Sulphur Springs High School Senior Class of 2022 celebrated 13 years of hard work Friday evening with commencement exercises. The weather cooperated, almost too well, with plenty of sunshine and heat to ensure the ceremony cold be held on the football field in Gerald Prim Stadium. The program listed 254 senior candidates eligible to participate in the graduation ceremony, and they wasted no time filing in from two different...

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SSHS 2022 Seniors Receive Almost $5 Million In Scholarship Offers And Military Awards
May27

SSHS 2022 Seniors Receive Almost $5 Million In Scholarship Offers And Military Awards

Sulphur Springs High School 2022 Seniors received almost $5 million in scholarship offers and military awards during the annual Senior Awards Ceremony. Scholarship offers totaled $2,939,460 and military awards accounted for the rest of the $4,919,460 announced during the senior awards assembly. The SSHS Senior Class of 2022 honor graduates, valedictorian and salutatorian, UIL Scholars, National Merit Scholar, and senior state Academic...

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Tran, Galvan Top 2022 Honor Graduates At Como-Pickton High School
May27

Tran, Galvan Top 2022 Honor Graduates At Como-Pickton High School

Sandra Tran and Leslie Galvan are the top 2022 Honor Graduates at Como-Pickton High School. Como-Pickton CISD Valedictorian Sandra Tran and Salutatorian Leslie Galvan Valedictorian Sandra Tran, daughter of Quynh Tran and Suong Van, will graduate May 27, 2022, with a 4.0 grade point average. She has attended Como-Pickton CISD for eight years. Tran was in the band and color guard from 10th to 12th grade, serving as Color guard captain...

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2021-22 UIL Academic Year In Review For SSISD Elementary, Middle & High School Teams
May26

2021-22 UIL Academic Year In Review For SSISD Elementary, Middle & High School Teams

Sulphur Springs ISD coordinators recently updated the school board on students’ strong showing at all three levels of academic UIL competition this year. SSISD UIL Elementary UIL SSISD Elementary Academic UIL Coordinator Sasha Posey reported a total of 120 students, 45 coaches and five campus coordinators traveled to Greggton UMC in Longview, where Pine Tree ISD hosted an elementary academic UIL competition for grades 2-5 on...

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Cumby Man Accused Of Firing A Gun During Disturbance
May26

Cumby Man Accused Of Firing A Gun During Disturbance

A 49-year-old Cumby man was accused of firing a gun during a disturbance with a woman and her son Tuesday. Christopher Michael Parker(HCSO jail photo) Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Chris Baumann responded at 4:17 p.m. May 24, 2022, to what was reported as an active disturbance on County Road 4734. Upon arrival, he detained the 49-year-old male resident for further investigation. Christopher Michael Parker claimed he was...

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75-Year-Old Man Jailed For Possessing Child Pornography
May26

75-Year-Old Man Jailed For Possessing Child Pornography

A 75-year-old man was jailed Wednesday for possessing child pornography, which was reportedly found during a search of his home, according to arrest and sheriff’s reports. James Frank Neel (HCSO jail photo) Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office received a complaint from someone who believed there to be child porn at the man’s address. An investigation was launched and evidence of child porn linked back to the North Davis...

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Enrollment for Fall Classes at Paris Junior College is Underway
May26

Enrollment for Fall Classes at Paris Junior College is Underway

STUDENT SUCCESS Student Success Coach Elizabeth Joslin, left, visits with sophomore students Nicole Guterrez, center, and Lois Rocha, both of Sulphur Springs. Enrollment for fall classes is underway. Call 903-885-1232 for more information. Paris Junior College Sulphur Springs Joslin

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Como-Pickton Senior Awards Program 2022
May26

Como-Pickton Senior Awards Program 2022

Como-Pickton High School seniors were honored this week with scholarships, honors and awards. Overall, the CPHS Class of 2022 received more than $221,000 in scholarships at the annual awards program. Alyssa Corona leads the Pledge of Allegiance Kara Tifft, Hopkins county Veterans Patriot Scholarship Meghan Presley Cummins, Legacy Ag Credit Scholarship Como-Pickton Assistant Superintendent Lydia Walden presented Kara Tifft with a $500...

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