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School districts figuring out how to address open carry

The new open carry laws that go into effect in Texas in January will have far reaching implications, not just for law enforcement and gun owners, but schools, financial institutions and businesses as well.


Swatsell Memorial run tears up the road for charity

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Interested in motorcycles, cars and exploring the open road all while helping children around East Texas? Then the 13th Annual Hollie Swatsell Memorial Fun Run is a great way to spend this Saturday.


United Way announces give-back days at local restaurants

Donations to Hopkins County United Way continue to be abundant this year.


Lowe’s Texas RDC donating Thanksgiving food boxes for 800 people

Lowe’s Texas Regional Distribution Center in Mount Vernon will be hosting a Thanksgiving food drive to benefit food banks in Mount Vernon, Sulphur Springs and Mount Pleasant. 

“As the holiday season nears, we believe that with the generous, large team of people that we have working here, we can work together to be a part of something bigger. Specifically, we have a goal to help those who are less fortunate and in need of a good holiday meal this Thanksgiving,” noted Tracey Reed, general manager for Lowe’s Texas RDC in Mount Vernon. 

Lowe’s Texas RDC employes more than 900 people in the Northeast Texas area, including Hopkins County residents. On Oct. 30, company officials spoke with teams about the planned canned food drive to help others less fortunate. The company asked its employees to go into their community and collect canned food items to help these individuals.


Saddle Up for St. Jude event in Como is Saturday

Starting at 7 a.m. Saturday, the gate will open at the Two J Ranch in Como to admit trucks, trailers, equestrians and wagon ride enthusiasts for the 6th Annual Saddle Up for St. Jude.

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