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SSHS band pays homage to Gene Wilder, Mel Brooks

Little did Sulphur Springs Independent School District Fine Arts Director Charles McCauley know that his idea for the high school marching band to honor Mel Brooks with a production this fall would also pay homage to the late, great Gene Wilder. McCauley looked back at Wilder’s career as the  march band kicked off Monday what will hopefully be a winning Wildcat marching band season. 


Drunk tractor driver ready to play golf, go fishing

A man reportedly too intoxicated to tell police where the tractor he parked on a city street came from was jailed Tuesday afternoon for public intoxication. A few hours later, however, he was charged with theft and burglary, after it was found the tractor he rode to town was stolen, as were recreational items found in its bucket. 


HCUW campaign to benefit 17 local agencies

This week, Hopkins County United Way campaign workers turned in another $4,032 toward this year’s $165,000 goal, which benefits 17 local agencies.


Blakemore wins football contest’s fifth week

Hurricane Matthew prompted the cancellation of the LSU-Florida football game Saturday, but it didn’t derail Mike Blakemore of Sulphur Springs.


Caddo Mills woman to be tried for Greenville murder

GREENVILLE — A Caddo Mills woman is set to be tried in a Hunt County district court this week for the 2014 brutal murder of an elderly Greenville man.

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