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Horticulture plant sale continues this week

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Cortni Steele, Colby Steele and Jonathan Peacock peruse the selection of spring plants at the Sulphur Springs High School plant sale Saturday at the SSHS greenhouses. The horticulture department will continue their plant sale Tuesday and Thursday after school. Bedding plants start at $8.

Spring cleaning time - Sulphur Springs cleanup begins today, Cumby’s April 12-17 and county’s slated for April 23-24

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The city of Cumby is the latest to jump on the spring cleaning bandwagon with the announcement of a community-wide clean-up week.


Bowie kids jumped for $5,050

Bowie Elementary School students celebrate the $5,050 they raised for Jump Rope for Heart in their physical education classes throughout the month. The students raised money for the American Heart Association’s reasearch on new treatments for children with heart conditions while learning about their own hearts and how to protect them.

Early voting continues through Friday

Polls opened at 8 a.m. this morning for early voting for the April 13 runoff election. The early voting will continue through 5 p.m. Friday at Sulphur Springs Public Library.


Back-in parking on Tuesday council agenda

Sulphur Springs City Council members can probably expect a full house at Tuesday night’s regular meeting, thanks to one item on the agenda that has generated emotional responses.

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