Trading Post for July 10, 2020
Jul10

Trading Post for July 10, 2020

Ozark Trail sleeping bag brand new still in bag asking $20, also a original red radio flyer toddler trike tricycle, excellent condition barely used, it can be adjusted to the child growth asking $30 call or text 903-440-5523 for pic, also a new Disney frozen II folding chair it is the round folding with the frozen cushion 903-440-5523 for pic asking $20 Needed: someone to mow this party’s lawn, front and back. For more details,...

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Early Voting In Party Primary Runoff Elections Wraps Up Friday, July 10
Jul09

Early Voting In Party Primary Runoff Elections Wraps Up Friday, July 10

Hopkins County voters have 1 more day to cast an early ballot in the Party Primary Runoff Elections. Early voting will be conducted from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, July 10, in the Justice of the Peace 2 Courtroom at Hopkins County Courthouse Annex (Tax Office/JP Offices). As of the close of the voting center Thursday afternoon, a total of 1,012 of Hopkins County’s 23,351 registered voters had cast ballots in person, according to...

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Trading Post for July 9, 2020
Jul09

Trading Post for July 9, 2020

Needed: someone to mow this party’s lawn, front and back. For more details, call 903-885-9464. For Sale: 2002 5 x 8ft Carry-On trailer, $500 cash. Stephanie 903 651 1414 12 piece plastic bowling set for kids asking $8 still in it bag and ready to go call 903-440-5523 or text for pic, please leave message if no answer. For Sale: a “brand new” Dalton single hospital bed. It is semi electric and two crank, High and Low....

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Chamber Connection – July 9: Hopkins County Adult Leadership Currently Taking Applications For Next Class
Jul09

Chamber Connection – July 9: Hopkins County Adult Leadership Currently Taking Applications For Next Class

By Lezley Brown, President/CEO, Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce The Hopkins County Adult Leadership is happy to announce that we are currently taking applications for the 2020-21 class. The Adult Leadership Class is a community leadership development program sponsored by the Hopkins county Chamber of Commerce. The course was created in 1989 with the concept of offering leadership training and community involvement for emerging...

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Hopkins County Gardening In July
Jul08

Hopkins County Gardening In July

By Bob Suson, Hopkins County Master Gardener The spring was probably the wettest spring vegetable gardening in our memory; the changes that have occurred are beginning to show up. If you experienced less than desirable results, July is time to start to plan on what you want or need to change. Low spots that hold water areas that is too shady for plants to grow and don’t produce to their potential, these are suggestion areas that could...

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Tira News – July 8, 2020
Jul08

Tira News – July 8, 2020

By Jan Vaughn We want to express our appreciation to all of those who have sent contributions for the upkeep of the Tira Cemetery. We hope to see you at the homecoming next July. Tira city limit sign Billy Moss reports that he and “Cinda Moss celebrated [their] weddinganniversary on July 4th alone at Cooper Lake Dam, watching the sun go down.” He added that they’ve been together 22 years and have been married for 3 years. Billy, also,...

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Free Walk-Up COVID-19 Testing Offered Today
Jul08

Free Walk-Up COVID-19 Testing Offered Today

Free walk-up COVID-19 testing is currently being offered at Hopkins County Regional Civic Center. Testing started at 9 a.m. today (July 8). No pre-registration is required, just show up and walk up to the testing site. Testing is scheduled through 4 p.m., however, test administrators only have enough oral swabs to conduct 300 tests. So tests will be administered on a first-come, first-served basis, until the end of the testing period...

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City National Bank Again Restricting Access To Lobby Services In All Branches
Jul08

City National Bank Again Restricting Access To Lobby Services In All Branches

As of July 8th, 2020, City National Bank will once again restrict access to any lobby in their branches. Those customers with any business that requires being in the lobby, may call that branch for an appointment. All drive thru locations will be open regular hours. Customers are also encouraged to use online tools or CNB’s digital app as well as ATMs. This action is to better ensure the health and safety of the customers and...

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Powdery Mildew Symptoms of Cucurbits (Cucumbers, Squash, Watermelons)
Jul07

Powdery Mildew Symptoms of Cucurbits (Cucumbers, Squash, Watermelons)

By Dr. Mario Villarino, Hopkins County AgriLife Extension Agent, Agriculture and Natural Resources Powdery mildew symptoms of cucurbits first appear in as pale, chlorotic spots on leaves that soon turn powdery-white in appearance (fungal spores) and spread to petioles and stems. The disease starts on the crown and lower leaves, mainly on the under-leaf shaded surface. Young plants may turn yellow, stunted, and may die. Severely...

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Practice Safe Summer Measures — Heat-Related Illness Is Nothing To Joke About
Jul07

Practice Safe Summer Measures — Heat-Related Illness Is Nothing To Joke About

CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs: Weekly Business News By Holly Ragan, Senior Market Development, CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs, [email protected] CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital –Sulphur Springs Sulphur Springs, Texas, July 7, 2020 – CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs has ONE mission: To Extend the Health Ministry of Jesus Christ. Safe Summer Measures The July...

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