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Punxsutawney Phil was right — more winter weather in forecast

Curse you, Punxsutawney Phil — the groundhog of Gobbler’s Knob may only be right about 40 percent of the time, but this year’s prediction of a long winter looks to be spot on.


Kids’ Fishing Rodeo for ages 7-12 at Coleman Park on day of big tourney at Lake Fork

Grab your fishing gear, kids — while the grown-ups are angling for the big crappie at Lake Fork next Saturday, Crappie USA and the Sulphur Springs Department of Tourism are sponsoring a fishing event for boys and girls age 12 and under.


Thousands of dollars at stake in Crappie USA fishing tourney on Lake Fork

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Crappie fishermen will be on the water at Lake Fork on Saturday, Feb. 27, competing for thousands of dollars in the first American Crappie Association tournament to be held on the 27,000-acre lake.


Top spellers from county schools to face off in annual spelling bee Tuesday

Ten of the county’s best spellers will compete Tuesday for the coveted title of Hopkins County Spelling Bee Champion, as well as the opportunity to advance to the regional spelling bee from which the winner advances to the national spelling bee.


Sulphur Springs Symphony League: Leaving a Lasting Legacy

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Longtime support of the arts helps create stellar students ready to play with the pros

Members of the Sulphur Springs High School Orchestra and Strings Program will have the chance of a lifetime on March 12 to play “side by side” with their professional counterparts from the Northeast Texas Symphony League in Sulphur Springs Symphony League’s 13th annual Children’s Concert at Hopkins County Regional Civic Center.

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