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Carnival tonight at Douglas

Douglas Intermediate School students hold a quilt made of donated school shirts that will be auctioned at the school’s holiday carnival on Monday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The carnival includes games, live and silent auctions and a “Scroogemobile,” a car that children can spray paint.

Grocery Supply gives to Empty Stocking Fund

Tracey Ballard and Gena Prickette (center) receive a $1,000 donation from Grocery Supply Company representatives Ryan McKenzie (left) and Robert Cody for the Empty Stocking project Friday. Program directors have extended the deadline to submit Empty Stocking applications to Wednesday, Nov. 25.

Hanging of the Greens

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Carlie Penson volunteers her time Saturday morning at Heritage Park, participating in the hanging of the greens which will decorate the park for the holiday season.

White Oak Creek identified as ‘environmentally unique’

A waterway that begins in Hopkins County and winds dozens of miles through Franklin and Titus counties has been identified as one of two ecologically unique stream and forest segments in Northeast Texas by a regional water group.


How Sweet It Is

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Sulphur Springs High School Wildcats celebrate their 36-14 victory Friday night over the Waco University High School Trojans


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