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Efrain Huerta deposits tools into the bed of a truck Friday on the corner of Davis and Houston streets as part of the city’s continuing street improvement project. The project will cost an estimated $4 million and includes replacing and upgrading water and sewer distribution lines, improving drainage and rebuilding the street surface with concrete. Plans also call for adding eight-foot sidewalks on both sides of Houston Street.

Lone Star Dodge not targeted in corporate closings; no word yet on GM franchise

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Lone Star Dodge in Sulphur Springs won’t be affected by Chrysler’s plans to shut down 789 franchises across the United States. “We’re still in business,” said Robert Halbert, sales manager for Lone Star Dodge-Chrysler-Jeep on West Industrial Drive. “We weren’t even close to expecting to be on the list.”

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Justice of the Peace will decide fate of 57 horses taken from local farm

The fate of 57 horses taken from a Hopkins County farm on May 9 by two animal rescue organizations will be decided next week in a Hopkins County courtroom.

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SSPD cracking down on sex offender registration violations

Sulphur Springs police recently jailed three convicted sex offenders and believe a fourth has fled the city after officers began verifying their registration data.

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Thomas, Tamsma named North Hopkins' top grads

Virginia Mae Thomas and Julia Tamsma have been named the top students of the 2009 Senior Class of North Hopkins High School. Thomas achieved a 5.7597 weighted grade point average on a 6.0 scale and will serve as valedictorian. Tamsma’s 5.6016 grade point average makes her the salutatorian.

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