Sulphur Springs Man Arrested By Police For Indecency With A Child
Jul11

Sulphur Springs Man Arrested By Police For Indecency With A Child

Marcos Steven Mehlhoff An investigation of alleged sexual abuse resulted in the arrest of a 46-year-old Sulphur Springs man July 10 for indecency with a small child by contact. Sulphur Springs Police Department detectives were contacted after a report of suspected sexual abuse of a child was reported to Child Protective Services. Police launched an investigation, which is still ongoing. Marcos Steven Mehlhoff was identified as the...

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Atmos Energy Conducting Natural Gas Flaring Through July 19 in Hopkins County
Jul11

Atmos Energy Conducting Natural Gas Flaring Through July 19 in Hopkins County

Controlled natural gas flaring Residents who see flames in the area of County Road 2319 during the day this week likely have no reason to be concerned. Atmos Energy crews and contractors are overseeing controlled natural gas flaring as part of routine maintenance from approximately 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. through July 19 at the Crush Junction yard located on Hopkins County Road 2319, east of FM 1870, People in the area will likely see a...

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Chamber Connection for July 11, 2019
Jul11

Chamber Connection for July 11, 2019

By Lezley Brown, President/CEO, Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce It’s time again for a huge night of networking sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce! The Chamber is hosting The Chamber Showcase, a night of networking that features Chamber members in Hopkins County, on Thursday, Aug. 1, at the Sulphur Springs Country Club. Booth space is already sold out, but we encourage you attend the event for $10 and enjoy the opportunity to do...

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Donation to Meal A Day from Oncor
Jul10

Donation to Meal A Day from Oncor

Pictured: Shown in Photo Left to Right Wayne Fenton, Cecil Toenniges, Debbie Wisniewski, Aley Owens, Karon Weatherman, Leon Jose, Joyce Burchfield, Larry Willis, Sharon Acker and Cindy Lancaster  Employees from Oncor Transmission, Distribution and Meter Services in Sulphur Springs collected and donated food and funds to the Meal-A-Day Center during their Annual Food Drive. Representing Oncor are Joyce Burchfield, distribution; Larry...

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Channel 18 News:  Wednesday, July 10, 2019
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Wildcats Football Season Tickets Go on Sale July 29-August 2 at SSHS
Jul10

Wildcats Football Season Tickets Go on Sale July 29-August 2 at SSHS

Season tickets for Wildcats’ home football games will go on sale the week of July 29-August 2. Sulphur Springs High School Administrative Assistant Dwayne McMeans made the announcement in a letter to current season ticket holders and media members. The price of a five game season ticket package is $50 for chair back seats and $40 for rail back row seats. The Wildcats home games include the home and season opener against Frisco...

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New Parkinson’s Support Group Starts Soon
Jul10
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Flowers Foods Inc. Recalls Hamburger & Hot Dog Buns, Other Baked Items
Jul10

Flowers Foods Inc. Recalls Hamburger & Hot Dog Buns, Other Baked Items

If you’re planning to have a burger or hot dog, or to serve dinner rolls, you’ll want to be sure to check the packaging as numerous brands produced by Flowers Foods Inc. are being recalled. Flowers Foods Inc. issued the voluntarily recall of certain hamburger and hot dog buns and other bakery products on July 9 due to the potential presence of small pieces of hard plastic that may have been introduced during production....

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SCU, CPS Investigation Results In Warrant Arrest
Jul10

SCU, CPS Investigation Results In Warrant Arrest

Patrick Mondrell Hood A 45-year-old Sulphur Springs man was arrested at 1:16 p.m. Tuesday on an abandoning or endangering a child charge following an investigation by Special Crimes Unit investigators and Child Protective Services officials, according to police reports. Sulphur Springs Police Officer Adrian Pruitt along with SCU investigators were aware of the warrant for Patrick Mondrell Hood’s arrest. Pruitt contacted him by...

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Downtown Business Alliance Plans ‘Brick Street Market’ to Coincide with ‘Quilt Show’
Jul10

Downtown Business Alliance Plans ‘Brick Street Market’ to Coincide with ‘Quilt Show’

Bringing business to local merchants is part of the vision of the Downtown Business Alliance. Knowing that the Bright Star Quilt Guild’s two-day ‘Quilt Show’ at The Roc brings a volume of visitors to Sulphur Springs annually, DBA members have designed an attraction to further enhance ‘shopping local’! Brick Street Market, an outdoor vintage market, is set for Saturday September 21, 2019 and designed to...

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