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Grand jury approves 17 indictments in Dec. 8 session

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Hopkins County Grand Jury approved 17 indictments against 11 people during its Dec. 8 session. Charges included aggravated robbery, engaging in organized criminal activity and possession of a marijuana and controlled substances.


Thanks for your service, ‘Tex’

Hopkins County Judge Cletis Millsap presents Constable Roger “Tex” Maynard with a certificate naming Maynard an “honorary bailiff” during Maynard’s recent retirement party hosted by Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Yvonne King and Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace Ronny Glossup (not pictured). Both Millsap and Maynard will be honored along with Precinct 2 Commissioner Burke Bullock tonight from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at The Lodge for their accomplishments and service to Hopkins County as their terms end. Staff Photo by Luis Noble

Local man sentenced under new law: Assault included choking, raising charge to 3rd degree felony

Hopkins County prosecutors, using a new law that became effective last January, saw a 24-year-old Sulphur Springs man sentenced to prison Monday morning in Judge Robert Newsom’s 8th Judicial District Court.


Santa has presents for children of all ages

Santa brings gifts to people of all ages, and Novalyne Moore, pictured with her son David, is no exception. Rock Creek Health and Rehab residents received presents from Santa and a hearty holiday meal Saturday at the center’s resident Christmas party. Staff Photo by Luis Noble.

Fire damages one home, destroys another

County firefighters battled two house fires Friday night — a mobile home fire which caused significant damage to a Reilly Springs family’s belongings and a blaze which destroyed a wood frame house in Miller Grove. No one was injured, but the Red Cross was called to assist the Reilly Springs family.

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