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Quitman mom charged with murder

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Capital murder charges have been filed against Daphne Elizabeth MeDaniels in connection with the deaths of her daughters, Gabriella Guerrero, 3, and one-year-old Natalye Price, whose bodies were found in a Quitman apartment in late July. Autopsy reports indicated both girls died from blunt force trauma. The woman, who had moved to Tulsa, Okla., was returned to Quitman and bond was set at $2 million at her arraignment. Just days after the murders, Quitman officers arrested Thomas Wayne Liles, 19, for tampering with or fabricating physical evidence after a number of witnesses said they saw him run from the Dogwood Villa apartment in Quitman and throw a large item into a dumpster before help could arrive for the two little girls. In that dumpster, officers found items they suspect came from the apartment the girls were in. Authorities said they expect two additional arrests in the case. Quitman police have been assisted in their investigation by Texas Rangers.the two little girls. In that dumpster, officers found items they suspect came from the apartment the girls were in. Authorities expect two additional arrests in the case. Quitman police have been assisted in their investigation by Texas Rangers.

Massey’s robbed at gunpoint; 4th incident in last 5 months

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Sulphur Springs Police are asking for the public’s help to catch a man who robbed a South Broadway Street gas station clerk at gunpoint early Monday morning, marking at least the fourth business robbery in Sulphur Springs in five months and the second at Massey’s.

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John Pearce to address Geneological Society

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John Pearce of Sugar Land will be the guest speaker for Hopkins County Genealogical Society  at their 7 p.m. meeting Thursday, Nov. 20, in the library on Main Street.

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FCCLA’s annual Read Across the Bluff reported as another success

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Those who visited Sulphur Bluff Elementary Friday can be excused for thinking they’d wandered into the middle of a very eclectic play. The campus resembled a theme park as the school’s Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Chapter hosted it’s annual reading enrichment activity, Read Across the Bluff.

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Sulphur Bluff Beta Club accepting donations through Nov. 21 for their annual Truck' 4 Troops service project

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Each year, Beta supports troops by getting donations of needed items. This year is no exception. Beta Club will be accepting donations through Nov. 21 so they can be mailed to sol diers serving in a branch of the service away from home.

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