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Local businessman donates trees for Equine Pavilion landscape project

The Equine Pavilion at Hopkins County Regional Civic Center should be showing its Wildcat pride this fall, compliments of a new county businessman who donated more than $1,000 worth of trees to the landscaping project undertaken by the Sulphur Springs High School advanced placement biology class.

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Early voting jump starts election Monday

Early voting in person begins Monday and will continue weekday through May 5 for trustees elections at four rural school districts, as well as a school bond election in Sulphur Springs. The general elections will be conducted Saturday, May 9.
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Northeast Texas Choral Society steps out of the box

Be prepared to be blown away when members of the Northeast Texas Choral Society take the stage for “A Mixed Bag,” their annual spring performance next Saturday and Sunday at the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center.

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New Emergency Room ready to go; a ribbon cutting is set for Monday

Those people going to Hopkins County Memorial Hospital are going to have to start using a different entrance as workers near the end of the first phase of a $36 million renovation project.

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Good Kids Doing Good Things: Bowie student goes to ‘beautiful lengths’ to help cancer victims

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Bowie Elementary School student Sydney Washburn sports a new hairstyle while preparing to mail the eight inches of hair she is donating to the Pantene Pro-V Beautiful Lengths program at the Sulphur Springs Post Office Thursday. Beautiful Lengths encourages people to do like Sydney did — grow, cut and donate their hair so it can be used to make free wigs for women tho have lost their hair while being treated for cancer. 
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