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‘Blue Chip’ mustache

Yantis English teacher L. H. (Chip) Mathews promised his students that he would dye his mustache bright blue if 90 percent of each class passed their TAKS tests and a signficant number of them achieved commended performance. The kids came through, and Mathews kept his word. Students Gloria Rivera, Blanca Reyna, Crystal Batista and Bailey Hunt enjoy a moment of fun with Mathews after school Wednesday.

SBISD Science Fair winners

Sulphur Bluff Independent School District 5th and 6th grade 1st - 3rd place Science Fair winners were Taylor Self, Jarred Burleson and Justin Goldsmith, Cody Vance and Hudson Northcutt.

C.S.I. - Cumby Style

CSI Cumby High School student Timmy Cook is administered a “cheek swab” DNA test by HCSO Crime Prevention Specialist Rex Morgan Tuesday. Morgan attended Lee Gifford’s science class to demonstrate the varying methods of collecting evidence at a crime scene. Gifford has created a program where her students must solve a fabricated murder through forensic means. The scene of the imaginary crime is the classroom itself. For more photos, visit www.myssnews.com/photos.

Sorting it all out

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Bowie Elementary School students (left to right) Tyler Harris, Brynna Irving and Jose Rodriguez count pennies that they and other students amassed for the Veteran’s Memorial while teacher Kelly Robinson watches Rodriguez count soft drink tabs collected for Ronald McDonald House. 

Master peace officer leads county’s new crime prevention effort

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Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office is starting a new crime prevention program, and has selected a Sheriff’s Posse member with 35 years of law enforcement experience to head the program.

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