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Large gathering attends Como-Pickton planning session

Between 75 and 100 people turned out Thursday night to learn more about Como-Pickton’s Consolidated Independent School District’s new planning system, which will determine district goals and operations for the future, while enjoying a pancake supper.


Candidates speak up for Sulphur Springs council seats at Thursday forum

Five Sulphur Springs City Council candidates appeared at a nonpartisan forum hosted by the Hopkins County Democratic Women Thursday night and spoke of their differences and motivations for running.


Sulphur Springs creates tax zone that will fund $5.6 million in downtown improvements

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The city of Sulphur Springs took the most important step in revamping downtown Tuesday with the creation of a tax reinvestment zone that will fund $5.6 million in improvements to  the downtown area.


‘Outrun Cancer’ races kick off Saturday to benefit Relay for Life

The Relay For Life of Hopkins County “Outrun Cancer” races begin Saturday morning, April 25, at Coleman Park. The first group out at 8 a.m. will be those making the one-mile run. The 5K run will follow at 8:30 a.m., and the 10k is scheduled later at 9 a.m.

Noted book author and SMU professor will keynote annual Faith Alive series

Every Methodist is very familiar with the life of John Wesley, founder of the Methodist movement. But few have yet to read the latest book titled “Introduction a la Vida y Teologia de Juan Wesley.”
The author of that Spanish biography is Dr. Hugo Magallanes, an Associate Professor of Christianity and Cultures at Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University in Dallas.
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