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CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic Will Be Scheduling COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments Starting Jan. 19
Jan19

CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic Will Be Scheduling COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments Starting Jan. 19

ALL COVID-19 Vaccine Registration Will Be Conducted On The CHRISTUS Website CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic around 1 p.m. Jan. 19 received 700 doses of COVID-19 vaccine allocated to Sulphur Springs, CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital-Sulphur Springs CEO Paul Harvey said during a 2 p.m. Zoom press conference. Holly Ragan, Paul Harvey People meeting 1A and 1B criteria –that is healthcare workers and first responders, people age 65 and...

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Blood Drive Scheduled Jan. 30 At CHRISTUS Mother Frances-Hospital-Sulphur Springs
Jan19

Blood Drive Scheduled Jan. 30 At CHRISTUS Mother Frances-Hospital-Sulphur Springs

How 1B Qualified Individuals Can Schedule Appointment At Clinic For COVID-19 Vaccine CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs Business News By Holly Ragan, Senior Market Development, CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs, [email protected] Sulphur Springs, Texas, January 19, 2021 – CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs has ONE mission: To Extend the Health Ministry of Jesus...

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GSC Enterprises Inc. Presents Donations To Six Local, Regional Charities
Jan18

GSC Enterprises Inc. Presents Donations To Six Local, Regional Charities

GSC Enterprises, Inc., recently presented six local and regional charities contributions collected from its annual GSC Charity Golf Tournament.  Although the golf tournament was unable to be played this year, GSC vendor partners supported the event and all charities were fully funded.  “GSC thanks to its vendor partners for the strong support of the annual charity event during this challenging year,” GSC representatives...

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Police Asking For Help Identifying ‘Persons Of Interest’ In Super Handy Burglary
Jan15

Police Asking For Help Identifying ‘Persons Of Interest’ In Super Handy Burglary

Sulphur Springs Police Department investigators are seeking assistance from the public in identifying two people considered “persons of interest” in a burglary that occurred on Jan. 13, 2021 at the Super Handy at 1401 College St. Detective Brian Shurtleff posted images captured from video of the pair he is hoping to identify and locate in connection with the Super Handy burglary. The burglary of the College Street Super...

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Meters, Grants, Protective Gear Among Topics Discussed By Cumby City Council
Jan14

Meters, Grants, Protective Gear Among Topics Discussed By Cumby City Council

Cumby City Council members discussed a number of topics, including water meters, grant opportunities, safety equipment and gear for city employees. The meeting was conducted at the municipal building, with room for 10 in-person attendees only, but made available to others via Zoom videoconferencing. Water Meters Doug Simmerman Mayor Doug Simmerman, during the Tuesday night meeting, asked the Cumby City Council to consider potentially...

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Applications For Chamber Of Commerce President/CEO Position Now Available Online
Jan13

Applications For Chamber Of Commerce President/CEO Position Now Available Online

By Lezley Brown, President/CEO, Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce I wanted to let you all know that after five wonderful years here at the Chamber, I will be resigning my position in the middle of April. These five years have been some of my favorite in all of my career. I have met amazing people and learned more than I ever imagined I would. I want, very much, to be helpful in this transition. It is already time for that transition...

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New Equipment Financing, Budget Amendments Approved By Commissioners Court
Jan11

New Equipment Financing, Budget Amendments Approved By Commissioners Court

Hopkins County Commissioners Court Monday approved financing for a new piece of equipment for Precinct 4, budget amendments moving funds left over from two FEMA programs, a contract with Van Zandt County for jail officials to assist with improvements and an application for a grant which would pay for 1 1/2 staff salaries at the District Attorney’s Office. Hopkins County Commissioners Court New Equipment County Auditor Shannah...

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Hopkins County Commissioners Court Jan. 11 Meeting Agenda
Jan10

Hopkins County Commissioners Court Jan. 11 Meeting Agenda

TIME: 9:00 A.M.DATE: Monday, January 11, 2021PLACE: In The Commissioners’ Courtroom On The First Floor Of The Hopkins County Courthouse Located At 118 Church St., Sulphur Springs, TX. I. Invocation II. Pledge Of Allegiance To The Flag AMERICAN FLAG:TEXAS FLAG: “Honor The Texas Flag; I Pledge Allegiance To Thee, Texas, One State Under God, One And Indivisible.” The Following Items Will Be Considered By Commissioners’ Court For...

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Jan. 9 COVID-19 Update: 5 Fatalities, 9 New Cases, 4 Recoveries, 217 Active Cases
Jan09

Jan. 9 COVID-19 Update: 5 Fatalities, 9 New Cases, 4 Recoveries, 217 Active Cases

Five additional COVID-19 fatalities, 9 new cases and four recoveries were reported for Hopkins County in the Texas Department of State Health Services Jan. 9 COVID-19 dashboard for Texas Case Counts. Case Counts and Fatalities A total of 1,217 molecular COVID-19 cases have been reported for Hopkins County since March, which means two additional Hopkins County residents received lab-confirmed molecular COVID-19 test results as of 2:15...

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State Announces Planned Change To COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution, First Case Of COVID-19 UK Variant
Jan08

State Announces Planned Change To COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution, First Case Of COVID-19 UK Variant

Limited Number Of Vaccines Currently Only Available While the COVID-19 vaccine distribution is still in the first stages, with only a limited supply of the first dose of the vaccine available for specific people at limited locations across the state, the state Thursday announced that the vaccination distribution process will be changing the way vaccines are distributed in Texas, by doing more distribution through designated large...

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