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Jerry’s monument: More boardroom than locker room - Wrinkles need ironing out, but overall effect is sleek and stunning

The new $1 billion Cowboys stadium, reportedly the largest and most expensive in the NFL, is quite massive and as most in attendance noted, impressive. The general consensus was that the Cowboys’ new digs look more like a country club than a ball stadium.

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Miller Grove VFD grand opening postponed

Miller Grove Volunteer Fire Department recently announced that despite all efforts their new station won’t be completed in time for a grand opening ceremony this week.

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Dinner Fit for a Queen and her Court

2008 Hopkins County Dairy Festival Queen Hayley Reynolds (center) and her family hosted a ‘Black and White Gala’ Friday evening. Dining with Queen Hayley are the eight young women who are vying for the title of 50th Dairy Festival Queen, Jami Scroggins, Katelyn Cody, Elizabeth Sheffield, Callie Dennis, Daylan Burns, Brittney Woolley, Mia Taylor and Daci West.

Sulphur Springs couple honored for A&M-C building donations

COMMERCE — A pair of students who met at Texas A&M University-Commerce in the 1960s, married, and worked in education and insurance have not forgotten their alma mater.

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Parade Marshals’ Hopkins County roots go back 100 years Randy and Shelia Koon ‘honored and thrilled’ to be leading traditional kickoff to county fair

This year’s Dairy Festival parade will be led by a couple whose roots in Hopkins County go back more than 100 years and have been involved in the milking industry since childhood. Randy and Shelia Koon say they are “honored and thrilled” to be selected as parade marshals for this year’s kickoff to 50th Annual Hopkins County Dairy Festival, yet they are not the type of people to seek the limelight.

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