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More problems found at HCMH; repair costs may reach $2 million

Hopkins County Memorial Hospital's board of directors were told Monday that repairs to damages caused by a broken water line in September may not be complete until sometime in January, and the costs may top $2 million.

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Student population up slightly at PJC-SS Center

Once again, student numbers at Paris Junior College have set another record, with the Sulphur Springs campus playing a small role in the improved numbers.

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Local resident honoring U.S. Marines in Sunday marathon

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While many area residents rest up from a spooktacular night and ready for work on Monday, one local man will spend Sunday literally running around Washington, D.C., to honor all who have served in the U.S. Marine Corps.

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ECLC parents tour library

Parents of Early Childhood Learning Center Head Start students take a tour of the Sulphur Springs Public Library led Thursday by Dr. Cheryl Lawson. Parents had a chance to renew their library cards or obtain one during the trip to promote literacy in their children’s lives. The library will also hold a story time for all area children, called Read To Me, at 10:30 a.m. Friday. Staff Photo by Luis Noble

Hopkins County spared major storm damage

Despite some minor wind damages like those normally associated with a thunderstorm, and a few waves of hail which ranged in size from pea to baseball sized, Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County were left relatively unscathed by the tornadoes which swept across Northeast Texas Sunday evening, city and county officials reported Monday morning.

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