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Adam Teer Resigns As Civic Center Manager
Mar25

Adam Teer Resigns As Civic Center Manager

Hopkins County Civic Center Manager Adam Teer is resigning his post, effective April 8. Civic Center Manager Adam Teer Teer said told Hopkins County Commissioners Court that another career opportunity was presented to him, and after much consideration and prayer, he has accepted it. Hopkins County Judge Robert Newsom noted Teer will be going into hotel management. Teer declined to specify any further details about the new position...

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Dinner Bell Menu For March 27, 2019
Mar25

Dinner Bell Menu For March 27, 2019

Dinner Bell March 27, 2019 IHOP is the Community Partner Menu: Pancakes, Butter and Syrup Bacon Ham, Egg and Cheese Casserole with Homemade Salsa Fresh Fruit Come have Brunch with us. Perfect for a new Spring Day.Same time (11:45 a.m.). Same place (Fellowship Hall of the First United Methodist Church).Our doors will be open and the WELCOME mat is out. Hope to see...

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Cumby Boil Water Notice Rescinded
Mar22

Cumby Boil Water Notice Rescinded

Water service is back to normal in Cumby after the city received notification from the state TCEQ that the boiling requirement has been lifted. Customers no longer need to boil their water before consumption, as was required 10 days ago, due to low water pressure. Boil Water Notice Rescinded March 21, 2019 On March 12, 2019, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality required the City of Cumby water system, PWS 1120001 public water...

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Tira News March 22, 2019
Mar22

Tira News March 22, 2019

Tira News By Jan Vaughn Joyce Dodd would like to invite everyone to the next Bible study at the Tira Methodist Church. It’s scheduled for 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 26th. Laiken Joslin took Slaiden and Dixie to the zoo last Thursday, while Dixie was here, from Sour Lake (near Beaumont), for her Spring Break. Laiken’s friend, Aspen, and her two daughters went, too. The beautiful weather made for a very enjoyable outing. Last week I...

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Faith’s Journey Trio in Two Concerts at Central Baptist Church on Sunday April 7
Mar20

Faith’s Journey Trio in Two Concerts at Central Baptist Church on Sunday April 7

Faith’s Journey Trio will appear at Central Baptist Church in Sulphur Springs on Sunday April 7 in the 10:30am and the 6pm services. Church pastor Dr. Chris Stephens and the congregation invite everyone to join them to share in the inspiring musical message and to worship with the Central Baptist Church family. Central Baptist Church is located at 840 Connally Street in Sulphur Springs, next to Buford Park. For more information,...

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Clara Bridges 90+ Banquet: A Celebration with Food, Fun, and Loved Ones
Mar20

Clara Bridges 90+ Banquet: A Celebration with Food, Fun, and Loved Ones

Letters of invitation to the 14th Annual Clara Bridges 90+ Banquet went out this week to every senior citizen in Hopkins County who is or will be 90 years of age by Dec. 31, 2019. Anyone who fits in that category who didn’t receive a letter is asked to contact Karon Weatherman at the Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center at (903) 885-1661 to be added to the list. “The only way that I found out who is 90+ is by someone...

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Blue Blazes Fundraiser
Mar19

Blue Blazes Fundraiser

Blue Blazes Have New Fundraiser Dealing With Easter Egg Hunts The Sulphur Springs High School Blue Blazes Drill Team has a new fundraiser. It is called Egg My House or Egg My Yard. It involves Easter Egg Hunts and the Blue Blazes want to be your Easter Bunny. They are offering to take care of an Easter Egg Hunt for you. Blue Blazes Director Christie McCullough says sometimes parents get so involved in the business side of putting...

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Thee Treehouse School Creative Writing Students Write, Study All Genres
Mar19

Thee Treehouse School Creative Writing Students Write, Study All Genres

Creative Writing teacher Sharon Feldt with students, L. to R. Reuben Criswell, Raleigh Rhodes and Presley Hurley Three young homeschool students who also attend Treehouse classes on two days per week enjoy a curriculum which allows them exposure to various genres of literature. Through Mrs. Feldt’s Creative Writing class, called “The Write Stuff”, they are encouraged to read as well as write both fiction and...

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High Tea, Anyone? Get Your Tickets by March 29 for Dress-Up Pre- Renaissance Festival Event to Benefit Shadow Ranch
Mar19

High Tea, Anyone? Get Your Tickets by March 29 for Dress-Up Pre- Renaissance Festival Event to Benefit Shadow Ranch

On Sunday March 31, 2019 a “high Tea” for persons age 21 + will be held at The Venue at 219 in downtown Sulphur Springs. Planned for 3-6pm, the fun and fantasy event event is a dress-up affair which will feature fabulous food and drink including several flavors of tea, cupcake shepherd’s pie, eight different varieties of scones and English tea sandwiches, grapes, cheese and crackers. At the wrap-up of the Tea, a wine...

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Firefighter Injured In Monday Fire
Mar19

Firefighter Injured In Monday Fire

A Sulphur Springs firefighter was treated and released for what authorities are calling minor injuries sustained during a duplex fire on Lemon Drive Monday. The firefighter, who has not been identified, was treated for first and second degree burns to his ears and shoulder before being released from medical care Monday. When the blaze was first called in, emergency officials were told someone was inside the structure, but learned...

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