Drive Underway for Pet Needs at Sulphur Springs Animal Shelter
Aug23

Drive Underway for Pet Needs at Sulphur Springs Animal Shelter

According to Karon Weatherman at the Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center, the public is being asked to help out our Canine and Feline Friends housed at the Sulphur Springs Animal Shelter. The Shelter staff asks for specific kinds of food which help the animals avoid tummy trouble. These types are listed below. If you would like to donate Food, Litter or Cash, just bring it by the Senior Citizens Center between September 3rd and...

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Dallas Man Allegedly  Tased Multiple Times While Trying To Run From Cumby Police
Aug23

Dallas Man Allegedly Tased Multiple Times While Trying To Run From Cumby Police

Cumby police allegedly Tased a Dallas man multiple times when he attempted to run from them during a routine traffic stop early Thursday morning. The man was also allegedly identified by at least three names that differed from the one he was eventually arrested under. A Cumby police officer reportedly stopped a Dodge Avenger at 1:47 a.m. Aug. 22 between the 109 and 110 mile markers on Interstate 30. The driver was identified as a...

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Como-Pickton CISD Trustees To Consider Budget, Tax Rate At Special Aug. 26 Meeting
Aug22

Como-Pickton CISD Trustees To Consider Budget, Tax Rate At Special Aug. 26 Meeting

Como-Pickton Consolidated Independent School District Board of Trustees have called a special meeting to consider approving the proposed budget and tax rate proposed for fiscal year 2019-2020, which begins on Sept. 1. A public hearing will be conducted on both the proposed budget and tax rate, then the trustees will be asked to adopt each. The C-P CISD tax rate, as proposed, would be 97-cents per $100 property valuation, which is...

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Sulphur Bluff Lady Bears  Win A Pair Of Volleyball Matches Against North Hopkins
Aug22

Sulphur Bluff Lady Bears Win A Pair Of Volleyball Matches Against North Hopkins

The Sulphur Bluff Lady Bears won a couple of recent matches against North Hopkins. The two teams met in a Gold Bracket game in a North Hopkins tournament last Saturday, Aug. 17, and Sulphur Bluff won, 2-1. The score was 24-26, 25-22 and 25-20. Tuesday the two teams faced off at Sulphur Bluff and the Lady Bears won 3-1. The score was 16-25, 26-24, 25-22 and 25-21. For the Lady Bears freshman Skylar Stanley had four blocks and six...

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PJC Sulphur Springs News
Aug22

PJC Sulphur Springs News

register for classes at the PJC-Sulphur Springs Center La Shey Almager of Sulphur Springs brought her son Logan and his cars along to register for classes at the PJC-Sulphur Springs Center. Campus Secretary Jocelyn Sanchez Ambriz and Assistant Director Iris Gutierrez, right, and Secretary Jocelyn Sanchez Ambriz help with the paperwork. The fall semester begins Monday (August 26).

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Channel 18 News:  Thursday, August 22, 2019
Aug22
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Chamber “In a Stir” Over Major Food Event’s Golden Jubilee Anniversary
Aug22

Chamber “In a Stir” Over Major Food Event’s Golden Jubilee Anniversary

1974 Dr. Ben Woods, Unknown, May Dell Peoples (Goldbolt), Unknown, Unknown, Unknown Plans have long been in the making by the Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce for the 50th Anniversary Stew Contest. This is to be the ‘granddaddy of them all’ as far as attendance goes, even by stupendous standards of past stew contests. Now that the time is almost here, the Chamber staff is preparing in high gear. But let’s get a...

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The Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce Now at Home, Downtown
Aug22

The Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce Now at Home, Downtown

Lezley Brown President/CEO Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce According to Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Lezley Brown and Chamber Vice President Logan Vaughan, the new offices are ‘in a whirl’ of preparations for the annual World Champion Hopkins County Stew Cook-off’s special 50th Anniversary event! Their much anticipated move to new quarters at 110 Main Street has coincided with the final...

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Hopkins County Sheriff’s Deputies Catch Burglar Inside Of SH 154 House
Aug22

Hopkins County Sheriff’s Deputies Catch Burglar Inside Of SH 154 House

Justin Tyler Strahan A suspicious person report resulted in deputies catching a burglary in progress at a residence south of Sulphur Springs Wednesday night. Hopkins County Sheriff’s Deputies Lance Burdick, Aaron Chaney, Jason Lavender and Cpl. Todd Evans were dispatched at 9:36 p.m. to a State Highway 154 south residence, where a man was reportedly using a flashlight inside of a vacant house and had the hood of a vehicle up in...

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Teen Arrested In Titus County On Felony Hopkins County Warrant
Aug21

Teen Arrested In Titus County On Felony Hopkins County Warrant

Zadarrius Tremaine Gamble A 19-year-old Mount Pleasant man was reportedly taken into custody in Titus County on a Hopkins County warrant. Once alerted, Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office sent Corrections Officer Melvin Jackson to Titus County jail where he took Zadarrius Tremaine Gamble into custody at 1:22 p.m. Tuesday, according to arrest reports. Gamble was transported to Hopkins County jail where, he was held on a warrant for...

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