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City crime rate rises moderately in first half of the year

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Crime inside the Sulphur Springs city limits rose marginally during the first six months of 2010 compared to the same time frame in 2009.

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Hospital board struggling with new budget

Just as with the county, city and school boards, the board of directors at Hopkins County Memorial Hospital is crunching numbers as they begin planning for the next financial year.

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Genealogical society hosting annual overnight ‘lock-in’ Saturday

Hopkins County Genealogical Society members are preparing for their annual lock-in this Saturday, July 10, beginning at 9 a.m. and continuing until 6 a.m. Sunday morning. The lock-in is open to the public, and participants can stay as long as they want to research.

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TxDoT spending more than $26 million on local road and bridge projects

Although the $9.3 million State Highway 11 extension has been completed, Texas Department of Transportation still has millions of dollars worth of road and bridge projects under way and millions more planned in the near future, according to TxDoT Area Engineer Brad Martin.

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Medical board: Witnesses contradicted evidence that led to suspension of doctor’s license

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Testimony from witnesses in a Friday hearing that resulted in the reinstatement of a local physician’s medical license contradicted evidence gathered in the course of the investigation into the doctor’s practice, according to a representative of the state medical board.

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