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Trading Post for May 10th, 2021
May10

Trading Post for May 10th, 2021

Sulphur Bluff Methodist Church Sale: Friday & Saturday May 14th &15th from 8am-4pm. Lots of Good Stuff located at 80 CR 3555. Samsung tablet blank $150 Have a O-Cedar O-Duster robotic floor cleaner with a new 20 count bag of refills asking $30 for all. call 903.440.5523 or text me if no answer please leave a message and I will return call For Sale: 2011 37′ 5th wheel camper, Cameo Carriage, excellent condition. King bed...

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Meal A Day Menu For May 10-14, 2021
May09

Meal A Day Menu For May 10-14, 2021

The meals are prepared at the Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center five days a week for Meal A Day program recipients. The Meal A Day Menu for May 10-14, 2021, includes: Monday – Chicken Parmesan, Penne Pasta, Italian Vegetables and Garlic BreadTuesday – Salisbury Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Normandy Vegetables and RollWednesday – Cheesy Beef and Potato Casserole, Green Beans and CornThursday – Chicken Pot Pie, Cranberry Sauce...

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Paris District Road Report for the Week of May 10, 2021
May08

Paris District Road Report for the Week of May 10, 2021

Paris — Here’s a look at work planned in the district during the week of May 10, 2021. These schedules are subject to change due to weather conditions, equipment failure or other unforeseen issues. Motorists are advised to remain alert and pay special attention to all signs, barricades and traffic controls, and reduce their speed as they approach and travel through work zones. They should also avoid distractions such as...

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AG’s Consumer Alert: Be Cautious When Purchasing Over-The-Counter Hearing Aids
May07

AG’s Consumer Alert: Be Cautious When Purchasing Over-The-Counter Hearing Aids

News Release, May 7, 2021 AUSTIN – Attorney General Ken Paxton today warned Texans to be cautious when considering buying from companies selling over-the-counter hearing aids, particularly online or by mail order. Many hearing devices sold this way are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and are deceptively marketed as medical hearing devices when they contain low-quality amplifiers. Texans should remember...

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Lots To Celebrate In Tira: Law School Commencement, Birthday Celebrations
May07

Lots To Celebrate In Tira: Law School Commencement, Birthday Celebrations

By Jan Vaughn, Tira News correspondent We want to express our sympathy to the family of Luther Jack Petrea. His funeral service was held on Sunday, April 25, at Murray-Orwosky Funeral home. His wife was the late Murlene Joslin Petrea and they had relatives in Tira. Please remember his family in prayer. Tira sign Tommy and Carolyn Long were in Waco Saturday May 1 to attend the Baylor University School of Law Commencement. They enjoyed...

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Trading Post for May 7th, 2021
May07

Trading Post for May 7th, 2021

For Sale: 2011 37′ 5th wheel camper, Cameo Carriage, excellent condition. King bed and many extras. 903 335 6446 For Sale Miscellaneous items and a 5 to 6 Foot Real Nice Delta Drill Press very clean and (5) – 14 inch wheels for small trailer and (5)- 16 inch wheels with 2 extra tires call 903-886-3545 Farm fresh Brown eggs for sale call 903-348-6167 for info. Free local delivery within 10 miles of the Dike/Sulphur Springs...

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New Ordinance Restricts Parking On Tomlinson Street
May06

New Ordinance Restricts Parking On Tomlinson Street

A new ordinance adopted by Sulphur Springs City Council this week will restrict parking in the 200 block of Tomlinson Street. Ordinance No. 2779, as proposed, prohibits parking on the north side of Tomlinson Street from a point beginning 35 feet east of the Davis Street intersection and ending 100 feet east of the Davis Street intersection. There would be no parking on the south side of Tomlinson Street between Davis and Gilmer...

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Councilman Recommends Naming Pacific Park Barbecue Pit After Beachum
May06

Councilman Recommends Naming Pacific Park Barbecue Pit After Beachum

Sulphur Springs City Councilman for Place 3, Oscar Aguilar, answered the Juneteenth Celebration Committee’s request to honor the late Prince Beachum by naming something in Pacific Park after him with a suggestion of his own. Oscar Aguilar, Place 3 Sulphur Springs City Council Patricia Morgan asked the City Council during the regular April meeting, on behalf of the Juneteenth Committee and community members, to recognition of...

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Paxton Intervenes in CDC’s Shut-Down of the Cruise Industry
May06

Paxton Intervenes in CDC’s Shut-Down of the Cruise Industry

AG NEWS RELEASE, May 6, 2021 AUSTIN – Attorney General Ken Paxton today filed a motion to intervene in Florida’s case against the Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for their series of unlawful orders that brought the cruise industry to a halt. The CDC issued a series of “no-sailing” or “conditional-sailing” orders that crippled the...

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HC Genealogical Research Results in New Database on Local WWII Soldiers, Now Available to Public
May06

HC Genealogical Research Results in New Database on Local WWII Soldiers, Now Available to Public

News Release May 5, 2021 New database added to HCGS website – “World War II Soldiers from Hopkins County” We encourage you to visit our society’s web site at hcgstx.org.  We have just added the database “World War II Soldiers from Hopkins County”.  This is the compilation of many years (approximately 7 years!) of research done by Linda Payne  regarding our veterans. This database...

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