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National 4-H Week: Making a difference

For more than 103 years, the 4-H program in Texas has been engaging youth in activities that help develop skills for a lifetime. These skills range from communication to community service and from goal setting to leadership. The benefits gathered from a young person participating in 4-H are priceless!


A&M-Commerce Hopkins County alumni reception endows scholarship

COMMERCE — Texas A&M University-Commerce Hopkins County alumni and friends recently endowed the Hopkins County Alumni Scholarship Endowment, thanks to the many pledges and commitments during the Hopkins County Alumni reception in Sulphur Springs.


Stephen Ministry brings Christ-centered care to Hopkins County

When he trained nine laypeople to provide “distinctively Christian care to members of the congregation and community,” in St. Louis 35 years ago, Rev. Kenneth C. Haugk, Ph.D., probably didn’t fathom that his vision would find its way to thousands of other congregations, including First United Methodist Church in Hopkins County.


Hot Pink: Firefighters show support for the battle against breast cancer

The mood at Lowe’s Monday afternoon was pink, and there was a lot of it — three pink fire trucks and about a dozen firemen wearing either pink shirts or shirts with pink on them to show their commitment toward Breast Cancer Awareness Month and women’s health.


Sulphur Bluff Scholarship Foundation dinner, auction generates big bucks

For such a small community, the 11th Annual Sulphur Bluff Scholarship Foundation Annual Dinner & Auction held Sept. 25 certainly generated some big bucks.

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