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2009 Homecoming Court

Sulphur Springs High School’s 2009 Homecoming Court stands on the field at Gerald Prim Stadium Friday evening before the game. The court is (from left to right) Jamonica Hall, Tasha Wright, Elizabeth Sheffield, Erin Ham, Brittney Woolley, Ashanti Ivery, Katelyn Cody, Daci West, Maurie Lewis and Mia Taylor. Mia Taylor was named Homecoming Queen, with Woolley and Hall serving as Homecoming Princesses.

New agriculture agent joins Hopkins County Extension office

(Editor’s Note: Mario A. Villarino has officially begun working in the Hopkins County office of the Texas AgiLife Extension Office as the agent for agriculture and natural resources. He replaces Larry Spradlin, who retired at the end of March. His columns will apear in the Suphur Springs News-Telegram’s Weekend editions.)


Doss's plan for ‘Going green’ at Civic Center paid unexpected dividends

There are fewer mice and more trees and cats around the Hopkins County Regional CIvic Center these days, thanks to one woman’s ingenuity.


United Way 2009 Fund Drive kicks off with CEO luncheon on Tuesday

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Hopkins County United Way will kick off its 2009 fund drive Tuesday with a special thank you luncheon for heads of local businesses that were among the top contributors to last year’s campaign.


Civic Center celebrates 30th anniversary

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A crowd of about 100 people filled the west exhibit hall at Hopkins County Regional Civic Center to celebrate the venerable venue’s 30th anniversary during a Chamber of Commerce mixer Thursday afternoon.

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