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Downtown Satisfaction Survey: Results
Jun19

Downtown Satisfaction Survey: Results

The question regarding the Downtown Square was poorly written. It was overly confusing and has been excluded. The ‘priority’ portion of the survey was added later, this is the cause for the discrepancy in the number of respondents.

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Channel 18 News Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Jun19
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LadyCat Volleyball Camp Moved to Middle School Gym
Jun19

LadyCat Volleyball Camp Moved to Middle School Gym

LadyCat Volleyball camp set for Monday through Wednesday, June 25-27, has been moved to the Sulphur Springs Middle School gym. The move is necessitated by the ceiling work in the high school gym. Fourth through seventh grade camp is 9 a.m. until noon. Eighth and Ninth grade camp is 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. Cost for Volleyball camp is...

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Contested Sentencing Hearing Begins Wednesday in Eighth Judicial District Court
Jun19

Contested Sentencing Hearing Begins Wednesday in Eighth Judicial District Court

A contested sentencing hearing gets underway Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. in Eighth Judicial District Court. Victoria Grace Brawley, 26, of Azle, who has pled guilty in May to three indictments for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon faces a range of punishment from probation to 20 years in each case. Sentences are expected to run concurrent if she is sentenced to prison.   Brawley has remained in jail since her arrest on December...

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Wood County Sheriff’s Report May 30-June 5, 2018
Jun19

Wood County Sheriff’s Report May 30-June 5, 2018

Wood County Sheriff’s Report May 30, 2018 to June 5, 2018 includes: Disturbance: 11; Thefts: 5; Burglaries: 1; Terroristic Threats: 1; Criminal Mischief: 1; Inquests: 2; Suspicious Circumstances: 4; Suspicious Vehicles: 7; Suspicious Persons: 6; Alarms: 12; Harassments: 2; Criminal Trespasses: 3; Scams: 2; Frauds: 3; Abandoned Vehicles: 2; Cows Out: 17; Horses Out: 0; Welfare Checks: 3; Assaults: 0; Dog Bites: 0; Fires: 0; Noise...

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Man Dies While Being Booked Into Hopkins County Jail
Jun19

Man Dies While Being Booked Into Hopkins County Jail

Texas Rangers are investigating the death of a Dallas man pronounced dead by Justice of the Peace Brad Cummings in the early morning hours of Tuesday, June 19, 2018. The man had been arrested for narcotics and money laundering following a traffic stop on I-30. According to the Hopkins County Sheriff’s office, the man had been very cooperative during the stop and arrest. Sheriff Lewis Tatum stated there had been no confrontation at any...

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Krantz for Congress Presents Petition to Ratcliffe
Jun19

Krantz for Congress Presents Petition to Ratcliffe

[Editor’s Note: Texas Congressional District 4 includes Hopkins and all or part of counties in Northeast Texas} Rockwall, TX— Democratic nominee Catherine Krantz (D-Emory) for US House of Representatives TX04, has started a petition urging incumbent Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Heath) to stand up for human decency and “take a public and urgent stance to end the policy of Family Separation at our borders.”  The petition further states...

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Peerless Man Dies in Single Vehicle Accident
Jun18

Peerless Man Dies in Single Vehicle Accident

Hugo Santana, Jr. 26. Santana, a resident of the Peerless community, died as a result of a one vehicle traffic accident on FM 2285 Saturday night. Santana was pronounced dead at the scene by Justice of the Peace B. J. Teer. Santana was thrown from the vehicle by the force of the accident.  Department of Public Safety Troopers investigated the accident. Funeral services are pending at West Oaks Funeral...

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Channel 18 News Monday, June 18,2018
Jun18
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PJC Holding Information Sessions on Loan Availability in the Fall
Jun18

PJC Holding Information Sessions on Loan Availability in the Fall

Paris Junior College will begin participating in the William D. Ford Federal Direct Stafford Loan Program starting with the 2018 fall semester. To examine and determine loan requirements, weekly information sessions will be held now through August 16 about the application process. The fall semester starts August 27. “PJC has set up a stringent application process for the new loan program,” said PJC President Dr. Pam Anglin. “There are...

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