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SSPD: Van Sickle Street Search Warrant Yields Meth, THC Marijuana, 3 Arrests
Aug01

SSPD: Van Sickle Street Search Warrant Yields Meth, THC Marijuana, 3 Arrests

Como Traffic Stop Results In 1 Felony Arrest When Sulphur Springs Police and Special Crimes Unit investigators executed a search warrant at a Van Sickle Street address at 5 p.m. Sunday, they found suspected methamphetamine, THC, marijuana and drug paraphernalia and took three people into custody, according to arrest reports. In an unrelated incident, a Brashear man was accused Sunday of trying to discard meth pipe under a car during a...

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CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic Obstetrics Now Includes Maternal Fetal Medicine Clinic In Sulphur Springs
Aug01

CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic Obstetrics Now Includes Maternal Fetal Medicine Clinic In Sulphur Springs

Sulphur Springs, Texas, August 1, 2022 – CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs has ONE mission: To Extend the Healing Ministry of Jesus Christ. August Is National Breastfeeding Awareness Month By Jennifer Heitman, Senior Market Development, CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs, [email protected] According to the CDC, breastfeeding has health benefits for both babies and mothers....

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CHRISTUS Introduces Newest Resource — A Mobile Athletic Training Room
Aug01

CHRISTUS Introduces Newest Resource — A Mobile Athletic Training Room

Approximately 40-50 attended a special ribbon cutting ceremony Monday morning, Aug. 1, 2022, to introduce CHRISTUS’ newest resource — a Mobile Athletic Training Room or MATR (pronounced mater), a specially equipped trailer designed to assist at athletic meets and games. The unit will add to the services available to student athletes who are injured during athletic events or practices. Mobile Athlete Training Room Holding the...

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Annual Joint Meeting Of Genealogical & Historical Societies
Aug01

Annual Joint Meeting Of Genealogical & Historical Societies

The Hopkins County Genealogical Society’s annual joint meeting with the Hopkins County Historical Society will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, August 18, 2022, in the Winifred Building inside Heritage Park, located at 416 North Jackson Street in Sulphur Springs, Texas. (Masks are optional). Paula Altenbaumer will be portraying Hopkins County historical pioneer woman Elizabeth M. Ashcroft, widow of Dr. Levi Henderson Ashcroft and...

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A Mineola Man Led Police On Chase Going The Wrong Direction On I-30
Aug01

A Mineola Man Led Police On Chase Going The Wrong Direction On I-30

A 75-year-old Mineola man led police on a vehicle pursuit while traveling the wrong direction on I-30 early Saturday morning, according to police reports. A Texarkana man was jailed Friday on a warrant. I-30 pursuit Sulphur Springs Police Sgt. Matt Glenn responded to a report of a pickup traveling east into oncoming traffic on the westbound side of Interstate 30 at 1:41 a.m. Saturday, July 30, 2022. Glenn spotted the truck being...

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Meal A Day Menu – Aug. 1-5, 2022
Jul31

Meal A Day Menu – Aug. 1-5, 2022

Volunteers prepare meals at the Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center and deliver them five days a week to Meal A Day program recipients in Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County. The Meal A Day Menu for the week of Aug. 1-5, 2022 includes: Monday – Ham and Potato Casserole, Corn and Normandy Vegetables.Tuesday – Chicken Spaghetti, Italian Vegetables and Garlic Sticks. Wednesday – Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans and a...

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Warrant Service Reveals Fake Money And Meth
Jul30

Warrant Service Reveals Fake Money And Meth

Deputies went to a Nicholson Street address to serve a warrant and ended up finding not only the wanted man but also fake money and meth. Alexander Guzman-Thomas Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Scott Davis and Deputy Josh Davis received information that Alexander Guzman-Thomas could be found at a Nicholson Street residence Friday evening. After confirming the warrant for the 41-year-old Sulphur Springs man’s arrest,...

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Suddenlink Officially Becomes Optimum Aug. 1 — What The Business Reports That Will Mean For Customers
Jul30

Suddenlink Officially Becomes Optimum Aug. 1 — What The Business Reports That Will Mean For Customers

Customers of Suddenlink cable, internet or phone service over the past few years have seen some changes in service, including the Altice name. Suddenlink has announced that the company officially becomes Optimum Aug. 1, 2022. For the near future, what that means for customers is that the name and place to log in are changing. Account numbers will remain the same and most customers will remain the same and customers should be able to...

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2 Opioid Settlement Agreements Announced This Week
Jul29

2 Opioid Settlement Agreements Announced This Week

July 29, 2022, AG News Releases A bipartisan group of attorneys general announced agreements in principle have been reached to address the opioid crisis, one with former opioid maker Allergan and another with opioid maker Teva. Once finalized, the combined Allergan and Teva settlements would provide as much as $6.6 billion nationwide. Both settlements remain contingent on resolution of key issues regarding the settlement structure....

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5 Booked Into County Jail On Violation Of Probation Warrants And 1 On  A Parole Warrant
Jul29

5 Booked Into County Jail On Violation Of Probation Warrants And 1 On A Parole Warrant

At leave five people were booked into Hopkins County jail July 25-28, 2022, on violation of probation warrants and a Longview man on a parole warrant, according to jail and arrest reports. Violation Of Probation – Simulated Controlled Substance Charge Evan Clay Chapin (HCSO jail photo) Evan Clay Chapin was booked into Hopkins County jail Wednesday, July 27, 2022, on a warrant for violation of probation which he was on for an...

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