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PJC Adult Education holds recognition ceremony
May17

PJC Adult Education holds recognition ceremony

The Paris Junior College Adult Education program held a graduation ceremony for all those successfully achieving their Certificates of High School Equivalency during the preceding 12 months on Tuesday, May 14, 2019. Those receiving their Certificate of High School Equivalency in the past 12 months included: Bonham: Nicholas Hollingsworth Commerce: Judy Alvarez Como: Logan Oxford Cooper: Nevin Casey, Jessica Odell, Rebecca Roush...

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Brotherhood of the Mitchell Chapel C.O.G.I.C. Lunch
May17
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Aiguier Cemetery Association
May17

Aiguier Cemetery Association

The Aiguier Cemetery Association will hold their annual meeting and pot-lunch lunch on Sunday, June 2nd, 2019 in the North Hopkins School Cafeteria. Everyone will gather to share a meal around noon, with a brief business meeting to follow. Donations to the cemetery fund are always needed and appreciated. Contributions may be mailed to the Aiguier Cemetery Association, c/o Peggy Beck, 332 CR 3620, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482....

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Tira News for May 16, 2019
May16

Tira News for May 16, 2019

By Jan Vaughn Grace Vaughn with several of her family members at Posey Baptist Church on Mother’s Day Regina Payton spent a few days with her mother, Martha Payton. She mentioned that her brother and sister-in-law, Brad and Virginia Payton, were coming for a visit on Sunday, along with an aunt and uncle. Our son, Delayne Vaughn, of Waco, was here on Saturday and Sunday. We enjoyed visiting and playing games. On Sunday, many of...

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Channel 18:  FFA Banquet Video Presentation
May16
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Community Players, Inc., presents, “Odd Couple”
May15

Community Players, Inc., presents, “Odd Couple”

“ The Odd Couple-Female Version “Neil Simon’s hilarious comedy will be performed by the Community Players on May 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26 at Main StreetTheatre, Sulphur Spring..  Evening performances begin at 7 pm.  Sunday matinees begin at 2 pm.  For tickets, go to www.communityplayersinc.comOr...

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Downtown Business Alliance Members: Partners in Promoting Local Business
May15

Downtown Business Alliance Members: Partners in Promoting Local Business

Meeting in the luxurious surroundings of Hope Smith Interior Designs at 115 Gilmer Street, the 20-plus persons attending the Downtown Business Alliance gathering on Tuesday May 14, 2019 represented a vibrant cross-section of individuals and interests. Several were new in town or involved in a new business. Increasing membership is proving that DBA is a continued boon for the merchants in our town. President Billie Ruth Standbridge...

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Hopkins County Area Organizations To Participate In Full-Scale Disaster Planning Exercise June 21
May14

Hopkins County Area Organizations To Participate In Full-Scale Disaster Planning Exercise June 21

In an effort to be prepared for emergencies, fire department, law enforcement and medical officials from Sulphur Springs and the Hopkins County area will take part in 4-hour full scale tornado disaster exercise June 21, according to Hopkins County Fire Chief and Emergency Management Coordinator Andy Endsley. Below is the announcement to residents regarding the planned drill: Hopkins County Fire Chief and Emergency Management...

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Marine Corps League Tribute to Peace Officers Memorial Day 2019
May14

Marine Corps League Tribute to Peace Officers Memorial Day 2019

The Hopkins County Detachment of the Marine Corps League will pay tribute to Peace Officers this Memorial Day. The ceremony with take place Wednesday May 15th at the Veterans Memorial in Sulphur Springs. Service Flags will be lowered to half-staff at 0800 (8:00AM) followed by the Policeman’s Prayer. The large U.S. Flag in the center of the plaza will then be lowered as taps is played. Coffee and donuts will be served. Flags will...

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Six Arrests for Winnsboro Police During the May 6-May 12, 2019 Report Period
May13

Six Arrests for Winnsboro Police During the May 6-May 12, 2019 Report Period

Six arrests, no accidents, responding to 144 calls for service, issuing 21 citations and writing 35 warnings occupied the time of the Winnsboro Police Department during the May 6-May 12, 2019 report period. James Kidd, 37 years of age, of Winnsboro, was arrested on 5/9/2019 on for Public Intoxication. Brian Fannin, 40 years of age, of Winnsboro, was arrested on 5/10/2019 on a Winnsboro Municipal Warrant. Mason Monday, 31 years of age,...

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