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Weekend chili cook-off winners

Winners of the chili cook-off at the third annual  Help A Child Benefit celebrate their wins Saturday. The winners are, from left to right, first place winners Wayne Allen, Brylee Brock and Beth Adams, sponsored by Hopkins County Law Enforcement; second place winner Phill Hallman, sponsored by Lake County Antique Tractors; and third place winners Robert Cash and Ann Pack sponsored by Brookshire’s, Hopkins Lodge 180 and Cumby Telephone.  All proceeds from the event, which also included a tractor pull and auction, were donated to Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, Northeast Texas Child Advocacy Center and Southern Christian Home for Children. Photo by Luis Noble

D.A.R.E./HCLEA benefit bowling tourney set Oct. 30

Two nonprofit law enforcement entities are joining forces to raise money to education children about the dangers of alcohol, violence and other dangers facing them, as well as  to help local citizens facing hard times and youth activities.


Thrills and chills await at annual Haunted Woods in Arbala

A haunting we will go, bumping along the dark trail, through the spooky forest, a Halloween tradition we shall see in Arbala woods. That’s right — the Haunted Woods in Arbala is back again this year to offer a thrilling hayride from Arbala Community Center to the spooky half-mile wooded trail from dark to midnight Friday and Saturday nights, Oct. 22-23 and 29-30. A special Halloween encore will be offered from dark to 10 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 31.


Back in the Saddle:Trail ride organized for Oct. 23 benefits St. Jude hospital

Jim Murray and friends invite community members to saddle up their horses and bring their family Saturday, Oct. 23, to the Two J Ranch in Como for a trail ride and lunch to benefit children treated at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.


Early voting begins Monday

Early voting for the November General Election begins Monday in the conference room at Sulphur Springs Public Library and will continue through Friday, Oct. 29.

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