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County commissioners to address safety issues on SH 19 north

In Monday morning's Hopkins County Commissioners Court meeting, attention was drawn to concerns about State Highway 19 north and the increasing number of traffic accidents with serious injuries or even fatalities.

After handling items on the consent agenda, the court invited comments from citizens. It began with a resident on County Road 1181 in  Precinct 1 discussing a complaint about a “sink hole” on a county road.


Oxford withdraws from race but name will appear on ballot

Sulphur Springs City Council Place 6 candidate Charles Oxford notified city election officials last week that he was withdrawing from the race.

City Secretary Gale Roberts said Oxford's withdrawal came a day after the deadline to remove him from the election, so his name would still be on the ballot even though he has said he is no longer a candidate.


Teens for Jeans donation deadline extended to March 17

Sulphur Springs High School senior Emma Boyett has extended the deadline to donate to the Teens for Jeans campaign until Friday, March 17, due to lagging support for the annual clothing drive to benefit local youth.


Artist’s rendering of new Prim Stadium revealed

Work on sports facilities includes baseball, softball improvements

A proposal for the metal building systems and drawings for the baseball batting cages and concessions were approved Monday night by Sulphur Springs Independent School District trustees. An architect’s rendering of what Gerald Prim Stadium will look like, once the project is complete, was also released to local media outlets this week.


At Lil 4's, Letitia Conliffe has a heart for children

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At Lil 4’s, Letitia Conliffe is working to instill hope into many children who, from experiences at home and elsewhere, may not even know what hope looks like in practice.

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