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SSISD Declines Requests To Amend Agreements For Arbala Solar Farm, Approve Agreement For Another
Jan14

SSISD Declines Requests To Amend Agreements For Arbala Solar Farm, Approve Agreement For Another

Sulphur Springs Independent School District Board of Trustees Sulphur Springs Independent School District Monday night declined the amended agreements for one solar farm but approved those for another. SSISD school board on Dec. 10, 2018, approved an agreement for Solemio, after the Comptroller’s Officer reported it met the Chapter 313 agreement requirements, provided total employment requirement is waived. The project was to be for a...

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Proposed Solar Projects In Dike, Pine Forest Receive County Officials' Approval
Dec23

Proposed Solar Projects In Dike, Pine Forest Receive County Officials' Approval

Hopkins County Commissioners Court Hopkins County Commissioners Court Monday unanimously approved 318 agreements granting tax incentives for solar projects in Dike and Pine Forest communities “They pay taxes and pay us a fee which is equal to a portion of their taxes, That way when we bring that money into the county’s coffers it doesn’t impact the property taxes,” Sulphur Springs/Hopkins County Economic...

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Clayton Introduces Solar Panel Technology To Texas Home Building Facility
Dec20

Clayton Introduces Solar Panel Technology To Texas Home Building Facility

National Home Builder Installs 200 KW Solar Carport System To Promote Green Construction 200 kilowatt solar carport system installed at Clayton Sulphur springs home building facility. Sulphur Springs, Texas, Dec. 19, 2019 – Clayton, a Tennessee-based home builder of site-built and off-site built homes, has installed its first 200 kilowatt solar carport system at its Clayton Sulphur Springs home building facility in Texas. Installed by...

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Sulphur Bluff ISD To Hold Meeting Regarding Proposed Solar Farm
Dec18

Sulphur Bluff ISD To Hold Meeting Regarding Proposed Solar Farm

Proposed reinvestment zone for Hopkins Energy LLC solar farm Public hearings over designation of reinvestment zones and the Hopkins Solar appraised value limitation agreement will be conducted during SBISD’s regular board meeting Thursday, Dec. 19. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m., but may be delayed a bit until the group can get out to Sulphur Bluff. Sulphur Springs ISD trustees on June 10 accepted an application to...

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Hospital District Board Approves Purchase of 2 Ambulances For EMS Fleet
Dec18

Hospital District Board Approves Purchase of 2 Ambulances For EMS Fleet

Hopkins County Emergency Medical Services ambulances Hopkins County Hospital District Board of Directors Monday night approved purchase of two ambulances and a request to consider beginning the process to find a qualified architect to design a new EMS facility. Ambulance replacement Brent Smith, chief operating officer and director of EMS, asked that the hospital district board consider purchasing two demo ambulances as a reduced...

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Sulphur Springs ISD Board To Consider 2 New CTE Courses, Annual Audit
Dec08

Sulphur Springs ISD Board To Consider 2 New CTE Courses, Annual Audit

School trustees to hold monthly meeting during lunch Monday Sulphur Springs Independent School District Board of Trustees will still hold the monthly meeting on its usual day and place, the second Monday of the month. The meeting will take place in the board room of SSISD Administration Building. However, the board meeting will convene at 11:30 a.m. Dec. 9, instead of the usual monthly 6 p.m. meeting scheduled earlier than usual. A...

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County Personnel Policies Regarding CDLs, Travel, Longevity and Holiday Pay
Nov30

County Personnel Policies Regarding CDLs, Travel, Longevity and Holiday Pay

Hopkins County Commissioners Court County employees will want to note of at least six personnel policy changes Hopkins County Commissioners Court approved earlier in the week. Adopted were amended, update or new policies regarding commercial driver’s license and certification pay, holiday and longevity pay, uniform budgets, health incentive programs, and mileage and traveling. “There’s a number of changes, some are...

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Student Registering for Classes at PJC
Nov24

Student Registering for Classes at PJC

PJC Sulphur Springs advising student PJC-Sulphur Springs Center Financial Aid Advisor Angela Ellis, left, visits with student Jennifer Stephenson as she completes enrollment information. Registration is now ongoing for the winter mini-term that will be held Dec. 16 through Jan. 3 and the spring semester that begins on Jan. 13, 2020. For more information call the PJC-Sulphur Springs Center at 903-885-1232.

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Brian Perry Endowment Established At PJC
Nov18

Brian Perry Endowment Established At PJC

Brian Perry Through a generous gift from Don and Janie Bonham, the legacy of their late son-in-law, Brian Perry, will continue through an endowed scholarship in his name with the Paris Junior College Memorial Foundation. Perry dedicated over 30 years of his career in law enforcement with the majority of that time with the Texas Department of Public Service. Perry passed away Sept. 26, 2019, just weeks after retiring from a...

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Commissioners Court To Canvass Nov. 5 Votes At Special Friday Meeting
Nov14

Commissioners Court To Canvass Nov. 5 Votes At Special Friday Meeting

Miller Grove VFD Recognized, Houston-Rosemont Street Building Bid Selected At Previous Court Session Hopkins County Commissioners Court and Fire Chief Andy Endsley present a framed proclamation recognizing Miller Grove VFD to Ray Sparks, MGVFD captain/treasurer. Hopkins County Commissioners Court have scheduled a special session Friday morning primarily to canvass the votes from the Nov. 5, Constitutional Amendment Election. The...

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