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2 Men Arrested In Sulphur Springs On Possession Of Methamphetamine Charge
Jan18

2 Men Arrested In Sulphur Springs On Possession Of Methamphetamine Charge

Two men were arrested on a possession of methamphetamine charge in two different traffic stops in Sulphur Springs Sunday, according to arrest reports. College Street Traffic Stop Sulphur Springs Police Department Officer Silas Whaley stopped 47-year-old Jason Wayne Daniels of Sulphur Springs in the 1600 block of College Street after 1:50 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 17, for a traffic violation in a Chevrolet Malibu. No HCSO jail photo available...

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Sulphur Springs Man Allegedly Threatened His Father, Nephew, Other Family Members
Jan18

Sulphur Springs Man Allegedly Threatened His Father, Nephew, Other Family Members

Deputies arrested a 39-year-old rural Sulphur Springs resident on two terroristic threat charges after he threatened his father, his nephew and nephew’s family late Saturday afternoon. Arrested for assault of the woman’s been in a relationship with for 8 years was a 26-year-old Sulphur Springs man. CR 4744 Arrest Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded just after 4 p.m. Jan. 16 on County Road 4744 to a...

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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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Texas Health and Human Svcs Encourages Screenings During January, Cervical Health Awareness Month
Jan18

Texas Health and Human Svcs Encourages Screenings During January, Cervical Health Awareness Month

 NEWS RELEASE Texas Health and Human Services Commission Cecile Erwin Young, HHS Executive CommissionerDate: Jan. 13, 2021Contact: Ty Bishop, 512-424-6951 [email protected] Encourages Cancer ScreeningsDuring Cervical Health Awareness MonthAUSTIN – In observance of January as National Cervical Health Awareness Month, the Texas Health and Human Services Commission is encouraging women to get...

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Monday January 18, 2021 is MLK Day, a Day of Service
Jan18

Monday January 18, 2021 is MLK Day, a Day of Service

Monday is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a federal holiday which honors the slain civil rights leader. Because it is a federal holiday, most federal and state employees have the day off. Locally, you will find most city and county government offices closed and no postal service or banking services. Around Hopkins County, many schools are observing a student holiday, while other schools are holding classes today. Some local businesses may...

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Hopkins County Genealogical Society Zoom Meeting Offers Interesting Indian Program
Jan18

Hopkins County Genealogical Society Zoom Meeting Offers Interesting Indian Program

 A Zoom meeting on the topic of The Historical Timeline of the Five Civilized Tribes will be presented on Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 7:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada). Members and guests may register to attend the virtual meeting. Speaker will be Kathy Huber. She has been the Genealogy Librarian for the Tulsa (OK) City County Library for over 25 years.  She manages the Genealogy Center and oversees all...

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Jan. 17 COVID-19 Update: 1 Fatality, 10 New Cases, 50 Recoveries, 1,173 Vaccines Administered In Hopkins County
Jan17

Jan. 17 COVID-19 Update: 1 Fatality, 10 New Cases, 50 Recoveries, 1,173 Vaccines Administered In Hopkins County

The Texas Department of State Health Services’ Jan. 17 COVID-19 Case Counts dashboard showed 10 new COVID-19 cases, 50 novel coronavirus 2019 recoveries and one fatality on Sunday. Fourteen additional doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were administered while the COVID-19 patient count in Trauma Service Area F increased on Jan. 16, according to the DSHS Test and Hospital Data and COVID-19 Vaccines dashboards. positive COVID-19 result...

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Jan. 18-22 Meal A Day Menu
Jan17

Jan. 18-22 Meal A Day Menu

Although the Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center remains closed due to COVID-19, volunteers continue to work five days a week preparing and delivering meals to shut-in elderly in the community. The Jan. 18-22 Meal A Day Menu includes: Monday – Tostada Casserole, Corn and Catalina Blend Vegetables Tuesday – Chicken and Dressing Casserole, Cranberry Sauce, Candied Carrots, Green Beans and a Roll Wednesday – Barbecue Rope...

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Wildcats Go Unbeaten In Wylie Tournament With Saturday Morning Win Over Wylie East, 4-1
Jan17

Wildcats Go Unbeaten In Wylie Tournament With Saturday Morning Win Over Wylie East, 4-1

Hard to believe that the Wildcats Soccer Team opened their regular season with a pair of losses. The Wildcats lost at Terrell and were defeated soundly by Ennis in their first game of a tournament in Forney. Since then, the Wildcats have gone six games without a loss winning five and tying one. The Wildcats have been very hot in the Wylie ISD Men’s Soccer Showcase that ran this past Thursday through Saturday. The Wildcats won...

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Lady Cats End Princeton Tournament With A Loss To Little Elm, 5-2, Saturday
Jan17

Lady Cats End Princeton Tournament With A Loss To Little Elm, 5-2, Saturday

The Lady Cats Soccer Team has been battling the injury bug and they they have had a tough three days in a that ran Thursday through Saturday. The Lady Cats lost two games and tied one. After starting with a 0-0 tie Thursday against Sherman and a Friday loss to Garland Naaman Forest, 3-1, the Lady Cats dropped a 5-2 match Saturday night (January 16) to Little Elm. The Lady Lobos scored two first half goals and led 2-0 at the half....

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