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Dinner Bell Sponsors for January 26th, 2022
Jan25

Dinner Bell Sponsors for January 26th, 2022

Dial Study Club is coming Tuesday evening, January 25 to help prepare this meal. Dial Study Club comes twice a year to help in food preparation as a Service Project of that organization. Alliance Bank is the Community Partner for this week’s meal. Their continued support is greatly appreciated. GRAB and GO with a meal from the distribution area under the covered driveway (porte cochere) on the Northeast corner of the First...

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Dinner Bell Sponsors for January 19th, 2022
Jan17

Dinner Bell Sponsors for January 19th, 2022

The City National Bank is the Community Partner for this week’s meal. For the their continued support we are very grateful. GRAB and GO with a meal from the distribution area under the covered driveway (porte cochere) on the Northeast corner of the First United Methodist Church campus starting at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday. MENU Jambalya with Chicken and Sausage Crunchy Romaine Toss Buttered French Bread Slices Lemon Cake To Die...

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Dinner Bell Sponsors for January 5th, 2022
Jan05

Dinner Bell Sponsors for January 5th, 2022

Mac and Bridget Reed, members of the First United Methodist Church, sponsored the community meal on Wednesday. The couple helped serve a festive News Years inspired meal. The star of the menu was spiral cut hams donated by Clayton Homes. Mac and Bridget Reed

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Dinner Bell Menu For January 5, 2022
Dec29

Dinner Bell Menu For January 5, 2022

Dinner Bell starts the New Year with gratitude to Bridget and Mac Reed for being Community Partners to start 2022. GRAB and GO with a meal from the distribution area under the covered driveway (porte cochere) on the Northeast corner of the First United Methodist Church campus starting at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday. MENU–Contains foods for “Good Luck” in 2022!!! Ham (PROGRESS/PROSPERITY)- pigs look forward when rooting...

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Chamber Connection – Dec. 29: Grand Opening, Business Before Hours, Banquet Scheduled During First Week Of January 2022
Dec29

Chamber Connection – Dec. 29: Grand Opening, Business Before Hours, Banquet Scheduled During First Week Of January 2022

By Butch Burney As 2021 comes to an end, it is time to get nominations in for those individuals and businesses that have been outstanding this year. Nominations are being accepted for Citizen of the Year, Woman of the Year, Small and Large Businesses of the Year and other superlative recognitions. The awards will be announced at the Chamber’s membership banquet on Thursday, Feb. 17, at the Hopkins County Civic Center. Nominations can...

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Chamber Connection – Dec. 22: Appreciate Each Person In Your Life With Gift Of Time, Memories
Dec22

Chamber Connection – Dec. 22: Appreciate Each Person In Your Life With Gift Of Time, Memories

By Butch Burney, Chamber of Commerce President/CEO, [email protected] Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce logo For all that we’ve lost and everything we’ve gained in 2021, Christmas is an annual reminder to appreciate each day and to appreciate each person in your life. I hope that everyone has family or loved ones that they can connect with this Christmas season. A gift of time is more meaningful that anything wrapped under a...

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Hopkins County Dug Deep In To Help Those In Need Through 2021 United Way Contributions
Dec08

Hopkins County Dug Deep In To Help Those In Need Through 2021 United Way Contributions

The Hopkins County community is known for it’s generosity. This year, however, Hopkins County dug deep and, in the process, set a new record of more than $211,800 donated to the 2021 United Way campaign to assist those in need, and to provide cultural and developmental enrichment opportunities in the community. When the last weekly campaign workers meeting was held on Nov. 9, Hopkins County United Way had received $185,952.15 in...

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Fundraiser, Church Offering, GoFundMe & Bank Accounts Set Up To Benefit Koby Crump Medical Fund
Dec03

Fundraiser, Church Offering, GoFundMe & Bank Accounts Set Up To Benefit Koby Crump Medical Fund

Como-Pickton Youth Injured In Tree Trimming Accident Faces Long Recovery Community fundraisers are planned and accounts have been established to benefit the Koby Crump Medical Fund for a local youth injured in a tree trimming accident, and a couple of schools are pitching in to help as well. According to the Koby Crump Medical Expenses GoFundMe account established Dec. 1 by Nancy Attaway, Mike Harman and Terry Satterfield, 17-year-old...

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Man Allegedly Threatened Stepson With Gun During County Road 2326 Disturbance
Dec02

Man Allegedly Threatened Stepson With Gun During County Road 2326 Disturbance

A firearm was reportedly displayed during a County Road 2326 disturbance involving a man and stepson Wednesday night, according to arrest reports. Carroll Wayne Clark (HCSO jail photo) Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Communications operators dispatched Deputy Isaac Foley and Sgt. Tanner Steward to a rural Sulphur Springs address, where a disturbance was reported around 8 p.m. Dec. 1, 2021. Upon arrival at the County Road 2326...

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Dinner Bell Menu For December 8, 2021
Dec02

Dinner Bell Menu For December 8, 2021

Christus Mother Frances Hospital Sulphur Springs is the Community Partner for this week’s meal. Dinner Bell is privileged to have Christus Mother Frances as a supporter of this ministry. GRAB and GO with a meal from the distribution area under the covered driveway (porte cochere) on the Northeast corner of the First United Methodist Church campus starting at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday. MENU: Red Beans and Rice with ham and sausage...

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