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Annual report reveals water quality

What is in the water we drink in Sulphur Springs and where does the water come from?

The questions are answered in an annual report published by the city of Sulphur Springs to identify the materials found in the water that comes from Cooper Lake and, ultimately, delivered in your home.

In all the categories listed by the Environmental Protection Agency and Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Sulphur Springs water is routinely found to contain small amounts that are below the threshold set by the state and federal agency.

For the rest of the story, see the July 10 News-Telegram.

Authors draw an audience

A steady stream of readers and book lovers visited The Bookworm Box Saturday afternoon. Authors C.J. Davidson, a local resident, and Holly Hall, who grew up in Yantis, were joined by Ashley Christin, C.C. Wood, R.D. Berg and R.S. Medina. 


Local emergency responders stand for fallen Dallas police

Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County law enforcement and emergency services personnel showed up in force Friday to honor the officers killed July 7, 2016, in Dallas.


Employment office expands services

If you’re needing employment help, the Texas Workforce Commission is now at its new location in Sulphur Springs.


County to consider bid, medical rate renewal

A light agenda awaits Hopkins County Commissioners Court for its regular meeting at 9 a.m. Monday.

Commissioners will be asked to accept a bid for the purchase of one 2017-2018 police service SUV. The law enforcement vehicle is to be purchased through the county purchasing act.

Also on the agenda is consideration of renewal of the medical rates for the county.

The agenda also includes an opportunity for citizens to voice opinions and concerns.

For the rest of the story, see the July 9 News Telegram.

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