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Sulphur Springs EDC brings home prestigious prize for best economic development project

The Sulphur Springs Economic Development Corporation does not create the sexiest jobs in the world. But it does help create jobs — sometimes a lot of them. And that’s partly what earned EDC Director Roger Feagley and the EDC board of directors the coveted Community Economic Development Award, established in 1995 “to honor excellence and exceptional contributions of Texas communities in economic development.”

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Pumpkin carving contest, fresh, local foods at Farmers’ Market

Skilled sculptors who work in the traditional fall season medium of cucurbita — i.e., pumpkins — can show off their artistry Saturday at the first Pumpkin Carving Contest at the Main Street Farmers’ Market.

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Monday is deadline to register to vote in Nov. 5 election; read amendment analyses, details here

Election officials are reminding local citizens that the deadline to register to vote in the Nov. 3 Constitutional Amendment election is Monday, Oct. 5. A few of the 11 proposed amendments are likely to be of particular interest.

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The Chamber Connection for Oct. 1, 2009

High School Leadership Class takes on The Ropes Course Oct. 8

The High School Leadership Class will be having their first session at the Ropes Course in Paris on Thursday, October 8th! This is a great opportunity to teach the students about “Leadership, Trust and Teamwork!”

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PAST PERFECT: Weather looks to be ideal for Saturday’s annual Indian Summer Days, Dutch Oven Cookoff

Saturday’s weather looks to be perfectly suited for the Hopkins County Historical Society’s Indian Summer Days. With a high temperature of 82 and a gentle breeze to greet the hundreds of people who turn out for the yearly event, it should feel like ... well, an Indian summer.

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