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English teacher Cathey Martin’s retirement will be felt at SSMS

Cathey Martin is described as a fun, caring teacher and a “dear friend and colleague” — and in a few days can also join Sulphur Springs Area Retired School Personnel.


Chrysalis House calling all hammer-able volunteers; Oklahoma mission group latest to donate their efforts to future women’s shelter

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After six long years of planning and preparation, Chrysalis House is finally taking shape through the voluntary efforts of many near and far from Hopkins County.

Saltillo principal Ben Tyler retires – for the last time

Ben Tyler will retire for the second time at the end of the semester, ending a 42 year career.


Eagle Scout clean up project in the garden

Boy Scout Troop 66 Life Scout Jarred Cowley enlists help from his sister, Jessica, and members from Troop 66 to renovate the First United Methodist Church prayer garden for his Eagle Scout project. The renovation will include planting new flower beds, painting benches, adding nighttime illumination and a plaque commemorating Jarred’s grandmother, Jane Cowley, an avid gardener. The project will complete Jarred’s transition from Life to Eagle Scout. Staff Photo by Luis Noble

Class of ’43 gives to Historical Society in honor one of their own

Joe France, Sue Rodgers and Nell Furney of the Sulphur Springs High School Class of 1943 donate a check to the Hopkins County Historical Society, represented by Rick Wilson, in honor of their class secretary, the late J. N. Owens. The class of 1943 is also issuing a “challenge” to other classes to support the Historical Society. Staff photo by Luis Noble
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