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Fundraiser Wednesday benefits Eagle Scout project

Chris Sorley, a senior at Sulphur Springs High School, will hold a bake sale from 8 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, Nov. 24, as a fundraiser for his Eagle Scout project. The bake sale will be at the entrance to Wal-Mart.


Free workshop, counseling offered by small business center in December

The Small Business Development Center at Paris Junior College will offer a workshop and free counseling for people interested in small businesses in the Sulphur Springs area during the month of December, according to Director Pat Bell.


Sulphur Bluff students continue a tradition of community involvement

Sulphur Bluff students are known their community involvement, and this week the school’s Beta Club really came through for CAN Help, delivering about 100 coats to bolster CAN Help’s supplies for needy Hopkins County residents.


Oklahoma!: Rogers and Hammerstein classic returns to SSHS stage

“Oklahoma!” was the first musical written by the great team of Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein II. It was also the first production Dawn Doyle did after taking the job as drama teacher at Sulphur Springs High School 20 years ago.


City ready for first steps on restoring old library

With $200,000 in grant money in hand, the city of Sulphur Springs is taking the first step toward restoring the old library building at the corner of North Davis and Connally streets.

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