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Scheduling conflict has SSHS’s 2012 graduation on hold

School and county officials have still yet to reach an agreement on the use of Hopkins County Regional Civic Center for the 2012 Sulphur Springs High School graduation.


Greenville man,facing life in prison, gets probation

Seven years in prison, probated for 10 years, was the sentence prescribed by an 8th Judicial District Court jury for Bryan Dee Spoonmore, 37, of Greenville after finding him guilty Tuesday of aggravated assault on a public servant. He was also ordered to pay a fine of $5,000.


Sulphur Springs first city in Texas to compost municipal sludge

Sulphur Springs's annual clean-up project now goes beyond just providing city residents a way to dispose of trash, junk and the green waste according to City Manager Marc Maxwell, who said the new concept is resulting in a reduction in the number of containers that are taken to the landfill.


Shopping the stacks for a bargain book

Joy Shing peruses the titles at The Friends of the Sulphur Springs Public Library’s Ongoing Book Sale, located in the foyer. The sale is open during regular library hours, with pricing based on the honor system: the customer determines the value of the items and deposits payment in a designated container. The books, CDs, DVDs, and magazines offered for sale are collected from patrons’ gently used donations and library discards. New books will be added weekly. The annual FotL Book Sale will be held April 27-29 at the library. For more information call Pat Lawrence at 903-885-4506. Staff Photo by Luis Noble

Jury returns guilty verdict in trial of Greenville man, 37

An 8th District Court jury took about two hours to return a verdict of guilty for 37-year-old Bryan Dee Spoonmeyer, of Greenville, on a charge of aggravated assault on a public servant Tuesday morning.

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