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Hopkins County Inmate Again Accused Of Assaulting A Public Servant
Apr15

Hopkins County Inmate Again Accused Of Assaulting A Public Servant

An 29-year-old Hopkins County inmate has been accused again of assaulting a public servant, following an alleged altercation with jail staff, according to arrest reports. Jacob Wyatt Burgess (HCSO jail photo) Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded at approximately 7:25 a.m. April 14, 2021, to the jail area of Hopkins County Law Enforcement Center, where an assault against a jailer by an inmate was alleged to have...

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Exciting Shopping at ‘Spring Market on Main’ Saturday 9-4!
Apr15

Exciting Shopping at ‘Spring Market on Main’ Saturday 9-4!

The Sulphur Springs Downtown Business Alliance is always looking for ways to promote downtown business! DBA member Marlene deYong has taken the reins in promoting the April 17th event and is involving every merchant on Main Street plus three dozen vendors who are bringing unique items to the pedestrian shopping event! Only the 200 block of Main Street will be closed to vehicle traffic, so park on the square and in other spaces nearby...

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Checking the Math at PJC-Sulphur Springs
Apr15

Checking the Math at PJC-Sulphur Springs

PJC-Sulphur Springs Center Mathematics Instructor Charla Holzbog assists student Amanda Bautista, left, as Madison Vaughn and Johnny Smith work on problems in her math class. Social distancing is being practiced in ways shown, but not limited to, the photo shown above. For information about enrollment and scholarship opportunities at the PJC Center, call 903-885-1232. Click here for more articles about Paris Junior College Click here...

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North Hopkins Baseball Team Comes Out on the Short End of 16-14 Slug Fest at Home Against Alba-Golden Tuesday
Apr14

North Hopkins Baseball Team Comes Out on the Short End of 16-14 Slug Fest at Home Against Alba-Golden Tuesday

The North Hopkins Baseball Team lost a wild one at home Tuesday coming up just short in a 16-14 loss at home to Alba-Golden. The Panthers built an 8-0 lead after 3 innings. Alba-Golden answered with an 8 run top of the fourth to tie the game. North Hopkins took back the lead with 2 runs in the fourth to go up 10-8. Alba-Golden had a 6 run fifth to take the lead for good, 14-10. Alba-Golden added 2 more runs in the sixth for a 16-10...

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SH 154 Disturbance Results In Felony Warrant Arrest
Apr14

SH 154 Disturbance Results In Felony Warrant Arrest

A State Highway 154 disturbance resulted in a felony arrest Tuesday night, according to arrest reports. Mardy Lynn Hughey (HCSO jail photo) Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Deputies Elijah Fite, Drew Fisher and Mark Poindexter responded to a report of a disturbance involving two white males on State Highway 154 south. Prior to deputies’ arrival at the site for the SH 154 disturbance, one of the men involved in the...

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Saltillo Lady Lions Offense Explodes Against Fruitvale
Apr14

Saltillo Lady Lions Offense Explodes Against Fruitvale

The Saltillo Lady Lions got back in to the win column, Tuesday, Apr. 13 after crushing Fruitvale by a score of 22-0. Fruitvale was no match for Saltillo this evening, as the Lady Cats could not get any offense going versus the Lady Lions. Fruitvale did not score a single run in 3.5 innings. The Lady Lions, however, did not have that issue Tuesday, Apr. 13 as they burst open the gates of the game by putting eight runs on the board in...

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Chamber Connection – April 14, 2021
Apr14

Chamber Connection – April 14, 2021

By Butch Burney That clogging sound you hear is me trying to fill the big shoes left by Lezley Brown at the Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce. Lezley’s last day in her current position is Friday, April 16. In her five years as President/CEO of the Chamber, Lezley has done an incredible job of positioning it for future success. During her tenure, Lezley has guided the Chamber into the updated office at 110 Main St., celebrated an...

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3 Transferred From Other Facilities On Felony Hopkins County Warrants
Apr14

3 Transferred From Other Facilities On Felony Hopkins County Warrants

A least three people were transferred from other facilities to Hopkins County jail on felony Hopkins County warrants; one woman was also arrested in Hopkins County on a felony warrant, according to arrest reports. Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Amanda Weatherford was notified two men were being held in Kansas jails on one Hopkins County felony warrant each. Quantez Raymone Berry (HCSO jail photo) Brian Neil Faram (HCSO...

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CASA, Commissioners Court Encourage Community To Help Spread Awareness, Take Action To Help Prevent Child Abuse
Apr13

CASA, Commissioners Court Encourage Community To Help Spread Awareness, Take Action To Help Prevent Child Abuse

Lake Country CASA and Hopkins County Commissioners Court joined forces this week to encourage the community to help them with a very important cause, spreading awareness and acting to prevent child abuse. Several area schools also are standing together with officials in the efforts to protect kids from abuse and neglect, hosting dress up days, posting blue pinwheels of prevention, and making posters to spread awareness about child...

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Dermatology, Urology Among Medical Specialty Needs Offered In Sulphur Springs
Apr13

Dermatology, Urology Among Medical Specialty Needs Offered In Sulphur Springs

CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs Business News By Holly Ragan, Senior Market Development, CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs, [email protected] Sulphur Springs, Texas, April 13, 2021 – CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs has ONE mission: To Extend the Health Ministry of Jesus Christ. Important Notice We are aware of the new order announced by Texas Governor Greg...

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