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Sulphur Springs Man Jailed For Allegedly Interfering With Emergency Call
Jan24

Sulphur Springs Man Jailed For Allegedly Interfering With Emergency Call

Sulphur Springs Police Department patrol car A 31-year-old Sulphur Springs man was jailed just before noon Thursday for allegedly preventing a female from calling 911 during an altercation at a gas station. Sulphur Springs police were dispatched about 11:40 a.m. Jan. 23 to the East Shannon Road gas station to what was reported as an assault in progress. Dispatchers advised they were on the 911 line on which what sounded like a male...

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I-30 Traffic Stop In Hopkins County Nets 2 Arrests
Jan24

I-30 Traffic Stop In Hopkins County Nets 2 Arrests

An interstate traffic stop east of Sulphur Springs Thursday afternoon resulted in two Tennessee residents’ arrests on misdemeanor marijuana and weapon charges, according to arrest reports. A Texas Department of Public Safety trooper reported stopping a red Ford Focus at 1:30 p.m. Jan. 23 at mile marker 136 on Interstate 30 for speeding. During contact with the pair in the car, the trooper reported smelling a strong marijuana...

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Construction Project, Repairs Discussed By Commissioners Court
Jan23

Construction Project, Repairs Discussed By Commissioners Court

Hopkins County Commissioner Court, during a work session this week, discussed a construction project and needed repairs at county facilities. Inmates remove debris from a demolished building to clear the site for a new county building at the corner of Rosemont Street and Houston Street. Tom Glossup reported construction on the new building to be located at the corner of Houston and Rosemont Streets is expected to really get under way...

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Channel 18 News:  Thursday, January 23, 2020
Jan23
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Hawkins Man In Custody in Hopkins County On 2 Outstanding Charges
Jan23

Hawkins Man In Custody in Hopkins County On 2 Outstanding Charges

Stephen Johnson A 30-year-old Hawkins man was in custody at Hopkins County jail Thursday morning on a two local warrants. Stephen Johnson was taken into custody at 11:30 a.m. January 22, 2020 at the Joe F. Gurney Unit of Texas Department of Criminal Justice in Palestine. Johnson was transported to Hopkins County jail, where he was held on warrants for violation of probation on a burglary of a habitation charge and bond forfeiture on a...

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Cumby Police Arrest Man At Post Office On Felony Warrant
Jan23

Cumby Police Arrest Man At Post Office On Felony Warrant

Waylon Wade Underwood A 41-year-old Cumby man was taken into custody at the Cumby Post Office Wednesday evening on a felony warrant. Cumby Police Officer Zack Steward reported seeing a 2005 Hyundai Sonata registered to Waylon Wade Underwood just before 5:30 p.m. Jan. 22. Aware that Underwood had an active warrant, Steward contacted Underwood in the vehicle from the driver’s side window at Cumby Post Office, the CPD officer...

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Gala Time is Almost Here!
Jan23

Gala Time is Almost Here!

The 2019-2020 Lights of Life Campaign & Gala Chairs are Dr. David and Pam Black. The couple were selected during summer 2019 and are excited that the culmination of the successful fundraising season is almost here. The Blacks have a longstanding commitment to the community and our hospital and are truly the perfect choice to lead the efforts of the Lights of Life Campaign for the Hopkins County Healthcare Foundation. From the KSST...

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A Few Simple Rules For Tree Pruning
Jan22

A Few Simple Rules For Tree Pruning

By Dr. Mario Villarino, Texas AgriLife Extension Agent, Hopkins County, agriculture/natural resources Mario Villarino According to Oregon Extension Services, Forestry & Natural Resources Extension, there are many reasons people pick up a saw or loppers to prune up their trees in young stands.  The most common motivations I hear are accessibility, aesthetics and fire resistance/prevention. Even pruning up just a single 8...

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Investigation Of Possible Gravel Scam Results In Warrant Arrest
Jan22

Investigation Of Possible Gravel Scam Results In Warrant Arrest

Prince Damon Long An investigation into a suspected gravel scam resulted in a 34-year-old Texarkana, Arkansas man being arrested shortly before noon Tuesday on FM 275 at County Road 1142 on a warrant. Hopkins County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched Tuesday morning, Jan. 21, to more than one complaint of people contacting residents to whom they were trying to sell pavement or rocks, according to sheriff’s reports....

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Channel 18 News:  Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Jan22
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