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2 Suspects In Custody For Friday Morning Armed Robbery At Love’s
Dec03

2 Suspects In Custody For Friday Morning Armed Robbery At Love’s

Two suspects were in custody Friday night in connection with the armed robbery at Love’s Travel Center in Sulphur Springs earlier in the day. surveillance image of Dec. 3 Love’s robbery suspect released by SSPD According to a news release from Sulphur Springs Police Department, officers responded to a report of a robbery at 9:33 a.m. Friday, Dec. 3, 2021, at Love’s Travel Center on South Hillcrest Drive. “It...

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Wildcats Football Head Coach and Athletic Director Greg Owens Retiring
Dec03

Wildcats Football Head Coach and Athletic Director Greg Owens Retiring

Wildcats football head coach and athletic director of SSISD Greg Owens is retiring from both positions. The coach confirmed the news over text on Friday, Dec. 3. Coach Owens had a decade of sustained success during his time in Sulphur Springs. Over 16 seasons, the coach’s teams made 12 playoff trips, including in 2008 when his squad won the city their first state championship when they beat Dayton in the 4A Division-II title...

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Suspect Description And Photos Released, Tips Sought In Dec. 3  Love’s Robbery
Dec03

Suspect Description And Photos Released, Tips Sought In Dec. 3 Love’s Robbery

A detailed suspect description and photos were released during the lunch hour Friday by Sulphur Springs Police regarding the Dec. Love’s robbery, and anyone with information about the Dec. 3 Love’s robbery is asked to call in tips as well. surveillance image of Dec. 3 Love’s robbery suspect released by SSPD According to a news release from Sulphur Springs Police Department, officers responded to a report of a robbery...

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Hopkins-Rains Retired School Personnel Meet Dec. 14 at The Roc
Dec03

Hopkins-Rains Retired School Personnel Meet Dec. 14 at The Roc

Program presented by Johanna Hicks Johanna will put us in the holiday spirit when she shares her inspirational program, “Cookies of Life.” While contemplating life and friendships, Johanna realized that some of the same characteristics apply to cookie ingredients and to life. We can all learn from chocolate chip cookies!   Johanna will bring homemade chocolate chip cookies to share. We...

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Both Basketball Teams in Day Two of Tournament Play
Dec03

Both Basketball Teams in Day Two of Tournament Play

The men’s basketball team suffered their first loss on the season yesterday, Dec. 2 in the Mansfield tournament.  They dropped their first game in a close one to Atascocita, 66-61.  Coach Brandon Shaver’s squad did rebound after the loss to the Eagles by drubbing Arlington’s Seguin HS 77-55 to go 1-1 in their first day of the Mansfield tourney on Thursday, Dec. 2.  The win and loss in day one of tournament play brings the...

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EEA Christmas Party is a Community Youth Benefit December 12 at Grays Building in Pacific Park from 4-7pm
Dec03

EEA Christmas Party is a Community Youth Benefit December 12 at Grays Building in Pacific Park from 4-7pm

SAVE THE DATE!! Bring your children to our YOUTH FREE CHRISTMAS PARTY ️Games️ Arts & Crafts️ Free Food/ Drinks️ Toys  and much more fun! All donations are welcomed! Thanks in advance for those who have reached out to donate. As a nonprofit organization we rely on the community members for support.  Thanks  to those who have CONTINUED to support the activities hosted for the youth. ️  It’s always been about the...

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Police Searching For Suspect In Alleged Robbery At Love’s
Dec03

Police Searching For Suspect In Alleged Robbery At Love’s

Sulphur Springs Police were actively searching just after 10 a.m. Friday for a suspect in what has been reported as a robbery of Love’s, just off Interstate 30 in Sulphur Springs. Few details have been released. The store was reportedly robbed around 9:45 a.m. Dec. 3, 2021. A suspect, described only as a white male, reportedly fled the store prior to police arrival. The suspect reportedly left in what was believed to be a maroon...

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Come & Go Reception Planned For Long-Time City Attorney Jim McLeroy, Who is Retiring
Dec03

Come & Go Reception Planned For Long-Time City Attorney Jim McLeroy, Who is Retiring

A celebration will be held Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2021, for Jim McLeroy, who is retiring this month from the City of Sulphur Springs. Sulphur Springs City Attorney Jim McLeroy The long time city attorney earlier this year let city officials know his plans to retire at the end of 2021. McLeroy has been working for about 6 months with local attorney Nate Smith, who last month was was officially approved by City Council to take over the...

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HCSO Seeks Information Regarding Vehicle Burglaries
Dec02

HCSO Seeks Information Regarding Vehicle Burglaries

Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone with information regarding a string of vehicle burglaries overnight Wednesday to report it to Lake Country Crime Stoppers. Several vehicle break-ins were committed Wednesday night December 1, through the early morning hours of Thursday, December 2, 2021, south of Sulphur Springs and in the city of Sulphur Springs. Tips to Crime Stoppers are handled in such a way the caller’s...

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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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