Authorities believe two men caught in a stolen vehicle early Tuesday morning could ultimately result in deputies and police solving at least four burglaries.
A sharp-shooting vandal may be to blame for shutting off power to virtually all residents of Sulphur Springs and at least three other nearby cities this morning.
A Sulphur Springs man learned the hard way Monday that barriers marking closed roads are there for a reason; the “road closed” barricades on FM 71 west at the Hopkins-Delta County line, he soon learned, are to prevent vehicles and the people in them from becoming trapped in a flood.
Principal’s Pride for October
Yantis Independent School District students who received the Principal’s Pride award for October are, from left to right, Laiken Chastain, Everett Elder, Jessica Haun, Sierra Hollinquest, Kolton Huie, Katie Morrow and Wyatt Hague.
Students of the Month for October
Yantis Independent School District students named the October Students of the Month are (from left to right) Dalton Honea, Diana Hernandez, Mason Krantz, Sarahi Martinez, Ruth Renteria and Bailee Joyner. Not pictured is LeeAnn McKee.