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Yantis High School’s One Act Play advances to bi-district contest PDF Print E-mail
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Written by From Staff Reports   
Saturday, 28 March 2015 12:49

Yantis High School One Act Play cast earned five individual awards at the district UIL meet Tuesday with their presentation of “Mr. Flannery's Ocean,” and is advancing to the bi-district OAP contest.

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NE Texas Child Advocacy Center event promotes awareness PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 27 March 2015 16:21

Northeast Texas Child Advocacy Center personnel and Multiple Disciplinary Team will kick off Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Month with a Pinwheel Planting and Open House event April 1, at NETCAC, 5920 North State Highway 37 in Winnsboro.

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City-wide clean up set for April 6-11 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Kerry Craig   
Wednesday, 25 March 2015 14:08

City-wide clean up set for April 6-11  Spring officially started last Friday and it is time to start getting your home and property cleaned up. To help with that chore, the city of Sulphur Springs will have its annual City-Wide Spring Clean Up starting Monday, April 6, and continuing through Friday, April 11, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day. The city's collection site will be in its usual location on Jefferson Street, about a quarter mile east of the Flowserve plant. “We accept everything except household hazardous waste, chemicals, paint, batteries, tires and appliances that contain freon,” City Manager Marc Maxwell said. The clean up program is open to city residents only and is not for commercial purposes — only residential use. “So bring your water bill and your identification for proof that you are, in fact, a city resident,” the city manager emphasized. “There will be people there to help you off-load your truck or trailer and it should be a fairly orderly process.”

 
HCLEA offers massive egg hunt, food, entertainment Saturday at Civic Center PDF Print E-mail
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Written by By FAITH HUFFMAN, News-Telegram News Staff   
Wednesday, 25 March 2015 13:49

Free popcorn, hamburgers and hot dogs, bounce houses, mule-pulled buckboard rides, balloons, puppets, face painting, thousands of Easter eggs and prizes are what Hopkins County Law Enforcement Association has in store for families Saturday.

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Hannah Kirby’s watch party moves to FUMC tonight PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Jonathan Lance   
Tuesday, 24 March 2015 13:18

A fever has taken over Sulphur Springs, and her name is Hannah Kirby. 

Kirby will be on tonight’s episode of “The Voice” at 7 p.m. and the Downtown Business Alliance is continuing their watch party but are changing location. 

“Because of the sun setting later in the evening, we are not going to have the watch party on the square again,” said Rita Edwards, president of the DBA. “We will be at First United Methodist Church for the watch party tonight and will continue the watch parties at that location from now on. Hannah will also make a brief appearance.”

This evening, Kirby will be showcasing her singing ability in the knockout round. Coach Pharrell Williams will pair Kirby against another competitor on his team for a head-to-head competition. If Kirby wins this round, or gets “stolen” by another judge, she will continue to the live performance section of the show. 


 
 
Another online solicitation suspect arrested PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Kerry Craig   
Thursday, 26 March 2015 13:11

Internet Crimes Against Children investigators with Hopkins County Sheriff's Department and Sulphur Springs Police Department arrested another potential child predator Wednesday evening. Chief Sheriff's Investigator Lewis Tatum said a 30-year-old Tyler man had been communicating with what he thought was a 15-year-old girl through email and text messages. The communication describing a number of different sexual activities was, in fact, with Sgt. Amanda Weatherford, not a teenager. “The ICAC team of Amanda and Corley Weatherford arrested another one last night,” Tatum said. “Joshua Strickland out of Tyler showed up at the same location to pick up a 15-year-old female. We keep arresting them, and they keep coming.” Tatum said officers placed the man under surveillance when he arrived at a local hotel and followed him to his planned meeting place on League Street. As the man arrived at a convenience store parking lot, he spotted officers and attempted to flee the area but was blocked in by police and sheriff's deputies. Strickland, Tatum said, initially resisted officers attempts to take him into custody. “The officers were well organized and it did not take them but just a second to put him into custody,” he said. After the arrest, officers went to the man's hotel room where they located less than a gram of methamphetamine along with a glass pipe and another bag of meth in the man's pocket. Joshua Cain Strickland, 30, of Tyler was booked into Hopkins County jail on charges of online solicitation of a minor and felony possession of a controlled substance.

 
Easter Bunny photos at Echo Publishing Saturday PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 25 March 2015 14:04

Echo Publishing Co. and the News-Telegram are offering free photos with the Easter Bunny from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 28, at Echo offices, 401 Church St. in Sulphur Springs.

Photos will be taken by News-Telegram staff and printed while customers wait. There is no charge for the photos.

 
Sgt. Tanner Higgins’ friends and family help keep his memory alive with military fund, highway project PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 24 March 2015 13:35

Sgt. Tanner Stone Higgins’ family and friends are determined not only to ensure his ultimate sacrifice in service to his country will not be forgotten, but to also honor his life by helping service personnel who need a little extra help through the foundation started in his name.

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Victims of deadly crash believed to be Mount Vernon teens PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 24 March 2015 07:12

The three victims of the fiery crash on State Highway 19 north early Saturday morning are believed to be Andrea Cook, 18, Nicole Barela, 17, and Shyanne Kull, 16 — three Mount Vernon teens reported to authorities later Saturday as missing, officials reported.

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