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Choir teacher retires after 37 well-traveled years

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Although she’s only accumulated a total of 35 years, Dona White has been teaching music education to students across the country at every public school level over the course of the last 37 years. In two weeks, she will end her career at Sulphur Springs Middle School, where she currently teaches choir.

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Commissioners hear bail bond concerns

The question of why no effort is being made to collect forfeited bail bonds in Hopkins County was brought before Hopkins County Commissioners Court on Monday.

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Honoring a paratrooper

Hopkins County Veterans Memorial accepted a $1,000 donation Monday from Eddie Bullard, in honof his step-father who was a paratrooper. Bullard, who is also a veteran, said the donation was “something I think I should do to help honor our dead.” Pictured are, left, Don Roundtree,Clayton McGraw, Eddie Bullard, Vickie Lee, Ruth Davis, Art Romanat and Jerry Voss.  Staff Photo by Kerry Craig

Cathy Allison: The kind of teacher every student should have

Cathy Allison has dedicated 25 years of her life toward ensuring children receive the best basic educational foundation she can give them. The stern yet respected teacher’s enthusiasm and care will be missed at Early Childhood Learning Center next year as she opens a new chapter in life, caring for and enjoying her family and retirement.

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Stand and Deliver

Hopkins County Military Coalition presents the colors at the Sulphur Springs Class of 2010 graduation Saturday night to a full house of guests, followed by (top) valedictorian Kathryn Mason and (bottom) salutatorian Lyndsi Bible deliver their speeches. Staff photos by Cindy Roller





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