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North Hopkins Scholarship Foundation Dinner and Auction scheduled for April 2

The North Hopkins Scholarship Foundation will be holding its annual dinner and auction Saturday, April 2, in the North Hopkins School cafeteria.


Dracula’s deadly wives

Dracula’s three vampire brides (Kristin Ramsey, Brooke Lancaster and Molly Millsap) descend on Jonathan Harker (Seth Maeker) during a free performance of Sulphur Springs High School’s One Act Play, “Dracula: The Vampire Play,” Saturday at the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center. The students will present the play again at UIL competition at Texas High in Texarkana on Thursday. Staff Photo by Luis Noble

House to hear finance bills this week

Budget and the lack of money will be addressed this week by the Texas House of Representatives in House Bill 4, which suggests as much as $800 million in spending cuts is the result of an under funded budget, according to House District 3 Representative Irwin Cain.


The night’s big winner

Brandon Cherry of Aces Wild Casino (left) and Daisy Huntington of Visiting Angels (right) present John Little with a plaque for being the “high roller” at the Hopkins County Marketers Association’s Casino Night Saturday at the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center. Staff Photo by LuIs Noble

Administrators weigh in on ‘efficiency’

Editor's Note: Part of a series detailing local superintendents’ greatest financial concerns for county school districts.

School “efficiency” in relation to education finances has become a hot topic of late among legislators, school staff and educators across the state. Hopkins County superintendents, acting together as a consolidated group, recently sat down with the News-Telegram to express concerns regarding this issue.

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