PJC Sulphur Springs News:  Science Lab Class at PJC
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PJC Sulphur Springs News: Science Lab Class at PJC

PJC Sulphur Springs Geol Lab LAB WORK PJC-Sulphur Springs Center students work on geology projects in the science laboratory. Campus Assistant Director Iris Gutierrez is monitoring the class. It’s time now to sign up for fall semester classes. Just call 903-885-1232 for details.

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Channel 18 Quilt of Valor Presentation:  Thursday, July 18, 2019
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Channel 18 Good Morning Show with Enola Gay with today’s guest Jay’den Holly:  Thursday, July 18, 2019
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Fundraiser for Jay’den Holly’s State Bid in Discus, Shotput at TAAF Tourney
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Fundraiser for Jay’den Holly’s State Bid in Discus, Shotput at TAAF Tourney

Jay’den Brooke Holly is a 14-year old athlete who will be a Freshman Sulphur Springs High School Wildcat in August 2019. She transferred to Sulphur Springs Middle School earlier this year and brought along her interest in track and field events, particularly discus and shotput. She has been a member of the Texas Amateur Athletics Federation (TAAF) for the past two years, and competed on the State level last year. Now she is...

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Josh Davis Elvis Tribute Artist to Headline the July 20 Reilly Springs Jamboree
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Josh Davis Elvis Tribute Artist to Headline the July 20 Reilly Springs Jamboree

Josh displays award at Tupelo Elvis Festival Josh Davis, a successful musical performer and Elvis Tribute Artist, is a native of Hopkins County. He got his start performing with a live band at the Reilly Springs Jamboree several years ago. Now 25 years old, Josh continues to travel to Oprys, festivals and private engagements and spends part of each summer competing in Elvis contests across the South. Just back with trophies from the...

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SCU Investigation Results In Search Warrant, 3 Arrests, Location of  Methamphetamine
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SCU Investigation Results In Search Warrant, 3 Arrests, Location of Methamphetamine

Dana Leeanne Goldsmith An investigation by Sulphur Springs Special Crimes Unit officers into suspected drug activity resulted in two women and one man being arrested Wednesday at their East Industrial Drive residence, where methamphetamine was found, according to police reports. SCU Lt. Mark Estes and Sgt. Joe Scott, in arrest reports, alleged 10 grams of methamphetamine was purchased from the occupants of the residence during four...

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County 2019-2020 Holiday Calendar Approved
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County 2019-2020 Holiday Calendar Approved

Hopkins County employees will enjoy 12 days off during the 2019-2020 year, thanks to the calendar approved this week by Hopkins County Commissioners Court. The county courthouse will be closed on the approved holiday dates. The calendar fairly mirrors the past year’s calendar, with one exception, according to Hopkins County Judge Robert Newsom. Veterans Day will no longer be a county holiday. With so many events scheduled on...

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Tira News For July 17, 2019
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Tira News For July 17, 2019

By Jan Vaughn Rick and Judy Petty had all their children and grandchildren here for the weekend – Chris, Robin and Trey Petty and his friend Bennett Moyer from Cedar Park, Texas; Tyler and Caitlin Petty from Phoenix, Arizona; and Trever Petty and his girlfriend Ellen Ihnen from College Station, Texas; Ronnie, Amy and Macy Green from Cooper, Texas; and Mitchell Green and fiancée Rhalie Weathers from Lake Creek, Texas. Judy...

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‘Jungle Book the Musical’ is Product of Children’s Summer Workshop 2019
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‘Jungle Book the Musical’ is Product of Children’s Summer Workshop 2019

Sulphur Springs Community Players Director David Woody with a group of Summer Workshop students It was a maximum size class of youngsters age 6-17 that signed up for the Community Players’ annual Children Summer Theater Workshop. Now, after nine weeks of preparation, 35 students are ready to don their costumes and present the beloved classic in six public performances. According to Director David Woody, Rudyard Kipling’s...

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Truck-Train Crash Tuesday Evening Resulted In 1 Death
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Truck-Train Crash Tuesday Evening Resulted In 1 Death

A 39-year-old man died Tuesday evening in a truck-train collision just off State Highway 11 east near Cornersville, according to authorities. Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office deputies, Texas Department of Public Safety troopers, Winnsboro Police officers and Winnsboro, Hopkins county and Pickton Pine Forest firefighters were dispatched at 7 p .m. Tuesday, July 16 to crash involving a train and pickup truck just off State Highway...

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