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Summer’s last splash

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Como-Pickton High School student Jeff Spears cools off in a dunking booth during the Hot August Nights before having to return to school on Monday, signaling the end of the school break for local students. The weekend saw another unofficial sign of the end of summer when the city of Sulphur Springs Swimming Pool in Buford Park closed for the year at 6 p.m. Sunday.

Getting It Together

Sulphur Bluff ISD fifth grade teacher Cathy Vance and her students gather school supplies on the first day of classes Monday. Classes at all Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County schools resumed Monday. Motorists are reminded to be extra watchful for children going to and coming home from school, especially around bus stops.

Team CNB’s Munsell repeats bull fighting win at Texas Heritage National Bank PBR Challenge; Meier edges reigning world champ in bull riding

The 2009 version of the Texas Heritage National Bank PBR Challenge presented by Priefert Ranch Equipment was a showcase of young world champions.


SSISD enrollment down on Monday, up on Tuesday

Thirty-four fewer students attended classes Monday in Sulphur Springs than the 4,061 present on the first day of school in 2008, according to data compiled by administrators. But. administrators noted that first-day totals aren’t always accurate indicators of what normal student populations will be like.


Eight-week GED courses to be offered at PJC-Sulphur Springs, ESL at Como-Pickton

Paris Junior College Adult Education and Family Literacy is ready to welcome students to an intensive GED (General Education Development) or ESL (English as a Second Language) program, according to Director Louisa Kessel.
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