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SSHS Class Of 2000 Time Capsule — A Fun Look Back
Oct04

SSHS Class Of 2000 Time Capsule — A Fun Look Back

At least a dozen people participated Saturday, Oct. 3, 2020 in the unearthing and opening of the Sulphur Springs High School Class of 2000 time capsule. Class Time Capsule opened Oct. 3, 2020 The time capsule was filled by Sulphur Springs High School Class of 2000, when the students were fifth graders at Douglas Intermediate School. It was buried on the grounds of Hopkins County Historical Society’s Heritage Park on May 18,...

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2020 John Chester Dutchoven Cookoff Winners Announced
Oct03

2020 John Chester Dutchoven Cookoff Winners Announced

The gathering at Hopkins County Historical Society’s Heritage Park may not have been as large this year, but the Annual John Chester Dutchoven Cookoff and Indian Summer Day and unearthing of a time capsule were successful events. Those attending shared laughs and appreciation for the variety of creative Dutchoven edibles. 2020 John Chester Dutchoven Cookoff A man strolled Heritage Park playing music, a few vendors offered their...

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Northeast Texas Children’s Museum Offers STEM Activities in October
Oct02

Northeast Texas Children’s Museum Offers STEM Activities in October

No Fee for Region 8 Families or Groups (October 1,2020 Commerce, Texas) – Thursdays in October will be STEM days at the Northeast Texas Children’s Museum. Science will be presented in a fun and exciting way for children and hands-on experiences (with COVID 19 safeguards) will be provided. Classes will be offered for Primary students (Pre-K and Kindergarten) and Intermediate students (1st and 2nd Grades) at 1:00 PM each Thursday....

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Hicks: Plenty in Store For the Rest of 2020
Sep29

Hicks: Plenty in Store For the Rest of 2020

By Johanna Hicks, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, Family & Community Health Agent, Hopkins County Folks who visit our office never ask if anything is going on – they ask what is going on! We always have something of interest planned for all ages. The 4-H program is off to a good start, and enrollment for the 2020/2021 year is now taking place. We have five clubs in the county. Enrollment is open to all youth grades 3...

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Pumpkin Patch at Central Baptist Church
Sep28

Pumpkin Patch at Central Baptist Church

Join CBC on October 17th, 2020 for a Pumpkin Patch celebration. Pumpkins donated by Hopkins County Sheriff.

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Treat Street 2020
Sep28

Treat Street 2020

Central Baptist Church welcomes everyone on October 31st, 2020. Join in the fun at 840 Connally St in Sulphur Springs, TX.

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Cumby VFD Stew Fundraiser
Sep25

Cumby VFD Stew Fundraiser

October 3rd, 2020 the Cumby VFD will have a drive thru service to purchase shirts or get some stew. Supporter shirts are $20.00 each and the stew is by donation. Come by Black Jack Park from 10am to 2pm and support some local firefighters.

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2020 Youth Winner Earns Hopkins/Rains County SWCD Scholarship, Hay Show Set for October 20
Sep24

2020 Youth Winner Earns Hopkins/Rains County SWCD Scholarship, Hay Show Set for October 20

Pictured left to right: Hopkins/Rains SWCD board member Max Palmer, scholarship recipient Kyler Moore and board member Andy Wright The Hopkins/Rains County Soil and Water Conservation District, sponsor of the annual Hopkins County Hay Show, extends scholarship opportunities to area youth in agricultural studies. Kyler Moore was the 2020 recipient of a $1500 scholarship. The 2020 Hay Show will be held on Tuesday October 20 inside the...

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Local Genealogical Society Seminar Had Good Results
Sep24

Local Genealogical Society Seminar Had Good Results

Almost 40 persons signed up for the day-long instructive research event John Sellers, local historian, has guested as speaker at dozens of Genealogical Research events held in several states The new Winniford Building inside Heritage Park in Sulphur Springs allows comfortable space for social distancing while learning

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Hopkins County United Way Goal, Theme Announced At Workers Kick Off Lunch
Sep23

Hopkins County United Way Goal, Theme Announced At Workers Kick Off Lunch

The 2020-2021 Hopkins County United Way goal and theme, along with a few changes to the annual campaign, were announced at the annual workers kick off lunch, held Tuesday, Sept. 22, at First United Methodist Church. Hopkins County United Way campaign workers kick off lunch, held Sept 22, 2020, at First United Methodist Church Campaign Chair Mike Horne said the goal this year is to be United Together to raise $150,000 to benefit people...

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