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Sports facilities improvements will cost $1.5 million less than projected

Sulphur Springs Independent School District’s Board of Trustees approved Citigroup Global Markets Inc.’s bid of 2.228436 percent interest and a resolution authorizing issuance of maintenance tax notes to fund improvements to sports facilities.


Christus introduces new hospital CEO

Paul Harvey assumed his new position as CEO of Christus Mother Frances Hospital - Sulphur Springs Tuesday morning, replacing Michael McAndrew, who led the former Hopkins County Memorial Hospital for 14 years.


Hospital partnership finalized by Christus, local board

A search that began more than two and a half years ago became final at midnight when a partnership agreement between Hopkins County Hospital District and Christus Health became effective.

At the stroke of midnight, Hopkins County Memorial Hospital became Christus Mother Frances Hospital - Sulphur Springs.


2 mosquitos test positive for West Nile in Commerce; city will spray in affected areas for 3 days

COMMERCE, Texas — The City of Commerce, with the assistance of Texas A&M University-Commerce, has been trapping mosquitoes and sending them to the Department of State Health Services as a precautionary measure to test for various diseases.


SSISD board to consider financing of sports facilities improvements

Sulphur Springs Independent School District trustees will be asked during their regular July meeting this evening to approve sale of tax notes, bid earlier today, to pay for planned improvements and renovations to athletic facilities, including the football stadium, Eagle Stadium and relocation of the baseball fields.

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