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Neighbors PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 25 April 2015 13:24

The April 25-26 News-Telegram Neighbors feature profiles retiring SSISD educators Becke Anderson, Beth Shurleff and Sarah Briley. They share their advice, memories and challenges of the job.

Thank you ladies for more than 60 combined years of dedication to our children and schools.

The News-Telegram would like to recognize as many retiring school personnel in Hopkins County and Yantis in this section as possible before school ends. Any retiring school staff who would like to be included in Neighbors who has not yet received a questionnaire should contact Faith Huffman at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or 903-885-8663 to request one. 

Those who already have questionnaires are asked to get them filled out and returned to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or the News-Telegram office, 401 Church St., as soon as possible so we can get them all in by the end of the school year.

 
Early voting for Sulphur Springs City Council opens Monday at City Hall PDF Print E-mail
Written by By KERRY CRAIG News-Telegram Staff Writer kerry@ssecho.com   
Saturday, 25 April 2015 13:23

Early voting in the Sulphur Springs City Council election will begin at 8 a.m. Monday, April 27, in the new City Hall building, 201 North Davis St.

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SHAC coordinates wellness activities PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 25 April 2015 13:08

Nearly 300 staff members received vaccinations and health screenings as part of Sulphur Springs Independent School District School Health Advisory Committee’s wellness activities for staff. SHAC’s annual project also provided health education information to 300 local children and families.

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Friday, 24 April 2015 14:08

North Hopkins High School junior Mason Virgil received the All-Star Tech award, while freshman Samuel Stanley and junior Abreeanna Bisenius received Honorable Mention All-Star Cast recognition at the district 14-AA area One-Act Play competition.                             

 
Cooper Lake South Sulphur Unit hosts Kid's Fish Derby Saturday PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 24 April 2015 12:15

Children from 5 to 13 years of age are invited to participate in the Kid's Fish Derby Saturday, April 25, at Cooper Lake State Park/South Sulphur Unit.

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Man on the Street PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 25 April 2015 13:21

For this week's Man on the Street, News-Telegram staff photographer Isabel Reyna asked Lesa Smith, Sidney Nelson, Tanya Nelson and Karen White  “What do you think about red light cameras?” Find out their answers in the April 25-26 edition of the News-Telegram.

 
SSISD granted weather waiver PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 25 April 2015 12:49

Sulphur Springs Independent School District last week applied for and has since been granted a waiver exempting the district from having to make up the third day of classes missed due to inclement winter weather earlier this semester.

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NHHS Academic UIL regional qualifiers PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 24 April 2015 14:05

North Hopkins Academic UIL competitors who qualified to compete at the regional contest April 24-25 at Grayson County Community College in Denison include: freshman Rachel Stanley in Lincoln-Douglas debate; sophomore Victoria Wilburn in prose interpretation; junior Abreeanna Bisenius in Lincoln-Douglas debate; junior Allegra Thomas in ready writing, spelling and number sense; senior Mauricio Gamez in calculator applications; freshman Chase Williams in science; junior Katerine Flores in accounting; and (not pictured) sophomore Sheyenne Mitchell in editorial writing. 

 
Former deputy sentenced to prison in drug case PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kerry Craig   
Thursday, 23 April 2015 12:38

Eighth Judicial District Judge Eddie Northcutt sentenced a former Hopkins County sheriff's investigator to serve 15 months in prison as the result of a plea bargain arrangement Thursday morning. Daniel Madison Winn, 35, was facing three multi-county indictments for tampering with or fabricating evidence, diverting controlled substances for personal use and tampering with a witness. Defense attorney Larry Blount said the deal was struck with special prosecutor Gary Young of Lamar County, who was named to handle the case after District Attorney Will Ramsay recused himself. “We came to an agreement and pled to the seven-count tampering, a state-jail felony, and they dismissed the two multiple-county indictments, which were third-degree felonies,” Blount said. “He will do a sentence of 15 months, the maximum sentence is two years, day for day, and the plea bargain we negotiated with Mr. Young was 15 months in a state-jail facility.” After accepting the plea agreement, Northcutt allowed Winn to continue to be out on bond and to report back to the court on July 9 for sentencing. At that time, he will be taken into custody. Winn was arrested in late October of last year in connection with the disappearance of controlled substances, hydrocodone, from the sheriff's department property vault. Winn was in charge of the property vault, and after the drugs were discovered missing, he failed a drug test ordered by investigators. Winn, a 10-year veteran of Hopkins Sheriff's Office, had worked in the department's criminal investigation division for the past year. He was one of two deputies with specialized training in the area of child exploitation. The former deputy has been free on bond following the Oct. 23 arrest. A week after his arrest, a grand jury returned additional indictments against him. At the time of Winn's arrest, Chief Sheriff's Investigator Lewis Tatum said Winn was terminated from his position with the sheriff's department, and said it was disheartening to have to arrest one of his own investigators. “We police ourselves just as we would anyone else,” he said. Winn is to report back before Northcutt on July 9 for sentencing.

 
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