New Cumby Head Football Coach Is A Sulphur Springs Native
Jun16

New Cumby Head Football Coach Is A Sulphur Springs Native

The Cumby ISD school board hired a Sulphur Springs native and graduate of Texas A&M-Commerce as the new Cumby Head Football Coach and Athletic Director. Cumby ISD Trojan athletics Charles Boles, whose wife is also a Sulphur Springs native, has been in coaching for 25 years. For the past two seasons, Coach Boles was at Miles, like Cumby a Class 2A, Division II school. Under Coach Boles in 2018, Miles won its’ first share of a...

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Rural Sulphur Springs Man Accused Of Choking Woman
Jun15

Rural Sulphur Springs Man Accused Of Choking Woman

A rural Sulphur Springs man was accused of choking a woman at approximately 2:30 a.m. Saturday, June 13, according to arrest reports. Jeffery Eugene Dixon II Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office dispatchers received a 911 call at 2:27 a.m. June 13 of a man beating on a woman at their County Road 4762 residence. HCSO Deputies Drew Fisher and Kevin Lester and Sgt. Tanner Steward were dispatched to the residence. Deputies arrived 9...

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Investigation At A Sulphur Springs Motel Results In 3 Controlled Substance Arrests
Jun12

Investigation At A Sulphur Springs Motel Results In 3 Controlled Substance Arrests

An investigation at a Sulphur Springs motel resulted in three controlled substance arrests Thursday afternoon, according to arrest reports. While at an Industrial Drive motel following up on theft and narcotics reports, Hopkins County Sheriff’s Cpl. Todd Evans and Deputy Jason Lavender contacted the occupants of one of the rooms. Their request to search it was denied, the deputies alleged in arrest reports. Deputies then sought,...

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Was Downtown Sulphur Springs a Progressive City in 1914? You Bet! Get the Book!
Jun10

Was Downtown Sulphur Springs a Progressive City in 1914? You Bet! Get the Book!

Hopkins County Historical Researcher Shirley Patchen has released her third book of historical research on Sulphur Springs. It’s titled The Progressive City: History of Downtown Sulphur Springs 1914 and it’s available at the Hopkins County Genealogical Society Library, 611 North Davis Street in Sulphur Springs, at a cost of $50. Already, there’s a waiting list for those wanting a book from the next printing this...

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CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs Business News
Jun10

CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs Business News

By Holly Ragan, Senior Market Development, CMFH-SS, [email protected] CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs has ONE mission: To Extend the Health Ministry of Jesus Christ. Hospital Visitation For the safety and health of the community and our ministry, CHRISTUS Health is screening all associates and visitors to our hospitals to help lessen the risk of infectious disease transmission among our patients,...

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Sulphur Springs Opens The Edge Conditioning Program Monday
Jun05

Sulphur Springs Opens The Edge Conditioning Program Monday

Wildcats Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Greg Owens told KSST Thursday that with the approval of the UIL, The Edge conditioning program would get underway Monday (June 8). As you can imagine in the age of coronavirus, Coach Owens said The Edge would look quite different this year. He said there would be an emphasis on distancing, how many people could be in the weight room and how many people could be in groups and inside....

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Sulphur Springs City Council Approves Purchase Of Sewer Truck
Jun04

Sulphur Springs City Council Approves Purchase Of Sewer Truck

Sulphur Springs City Council approved purchase of a sewer truck during the regular council meeting conducted this week. Utilities Director James Jordan explained to the council that collection and distribution division of the utility department a 2009 truck to clean and unstop sewer main, vacuuming out manholes in which debris have collected. It was purchased in 2009 for $220,000. “Since then we have put that truck through the...

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Sulphur Springs City Manager’s Report, June 2020
Jun03

Sulphur Springs City Manager’s Report, June 2020

The Sulphur Springs City Manager’s Report for June 2020 was presented by Marc Maxwell to Sulphur Springs City Council at the Tuesday, June 2, council meeting. COVID-19 RESPONSE • Most City Offices have reopened. Police Department, Fire Department, Water Treatment Plant and Wastewater Treatment Plant remain closed. The Municipal Library has partially reopened.• Police and Fire continue to implement new procedures for dealing with...

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Architect, Land Purchase For New Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center Approved
Jun03

Architect, Land Purchase For New Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center Approved

The construction of a new senior citizens center advanced two steps Tuesday night with Sulphur Springs City Council’s potential arc approval of a potential architect and lot purchase. The final design for the new Grays Building at Pacific Park also is nearing completion as well, according to Sulphur Springs City Manager Marc Maxwell. Voters in November 2019 approved use of up to $200,000 per year in Economic Development funds to...

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Woman Accused Of Stalking A Former Sulphur Springs Police Officer
Jun03

Woman Accused Of Stalking A Former Sulphur Springs Police Officer

Tuesday afternoon, a Texas Ranger arrested a 45-year-old Sulphur Springs woman accused of stalking a former Sulphur Springs Police officer, according to arrest reports. Kathleen Rose Ramshur (HCSO jail photo) A Sulphur Springs police officer alleged being stalked approximately 8 years ago. A device or cellular phone app was believed to have been used to distort or mask the user’s cellular phone number. This kept the phone number...

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