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Trustees hear concerns on proposed bond

A local resident Monday night expressed to school trustees his disapproval of Sulphur Springs Independent School District’s proposed $48 million school bond election, and offered alternative suggestions.
“I’m for education. There’s needs. I’m for spending only on things that are necessities,” Bob Burns told SSISD trustees during the public forum portion of Monday night’s SSISD board meeting.

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Good People Doing Good Things - Grocery Supply gives back

Vickie Pickel, Susan Courson, Regina Hicks, Linda Jackson, Jacque Wooten, Leslie Eppars, Vicki Redar, John Givens, Armona Ruiz, Lucretia Pool, Cheryl Guggans, Beverly Thomas, Gwen Reynolds, Michelle Franklin, Mary Morgan, John Prickett and Ryan McKenzie watch as Mickey McKenzie of Grocery Supply hands a donation check to Relay for Life representative Judy Worley. Grocery Supply is donating $10,000 to Relay For Life.

Good Kids Doing Good Things - Sulphur Springs Middle School Science Fair winners

(Front row, left) Darren Green, Kendall Hopper, Abby Tipps, Emily Petty, Triston Pullen, (back) Connor Cooper, Brent Fryer, Amanda Wagers, Dalton Rutherford and Mohammedali Bosrai are winners of the Sulphur Springs Middle School Science Fair. First and second place winners will compete at the Regional science fair in Mount Pleasant on April 15.

Bone marrow donor Dawn Soeder: A hero to family, friends and those with leukemia

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While giving blood may seem common place in this age of regular blood drives, those who give are anything but common to those in need. Individuals who agree to be tested and donate bone marrow are rare, and those who know what a peripheral blood stem cell donation is are even rarer. Those who sign up for and are registered to donate marrow and peripheral blood stem cells are more scarce yet.

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Lewis, NFL stars host boys camp

On the gridiron, Damione Lewis is something of a monster, as Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner could have testified to after Lewis’s bone-crunching sack early in the NFC chøampionship game in January.
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