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Hopkins County woman sentenced for tax crimes: Accused of underreporting $479,000 to IRS

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A 47-year-old Sulphur Springs woman has been sentenced to federal prison for tax crimes in the Eastern District of Texas, according to a press release issued this week by U.S. Attorney John M. Bales.

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Cowgirl Up!

Josie Boyd, 3, competes in the 3 to 5 age group in the stick-bull competition during the PBR Challenge Friday night. Boyd was the champion for her age group, decided by the cheers of the crowd.

Put it there, my princi-PAL

North Hopkins Elementary School Principal Jim Westrook gives first grader Tate Myers a high-five at a meet-and-greet at the school Friday.

Summer's over so soon?

First grade teacher Mrs. Angela Sancho writes Tate Myers’ name on his desk during a meet-and-greet event at North Hopkins Independent School District Friday. Classes begin for area schools Monday.

Farmers’ Market continues to gain popularity: No. 60 in U.S. in online contest

One of the 60 best farmers’ markets in the United States — at least according to an online contest — will have plenty of locally grown fruits and vegetables this weekend in downtown Sulphur Springs.

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