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Heels over Head

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Kenzie Foster performs a forward flip while kids of all ages practice in the open gym of the Kids Expo held at Sulphur Springs Gymnastics Saturday. The event’s goal was to promote fitness education for children with support from community services and businesses.

Bluegrass buddies

Bluegrass Festival and Jam Director Bud Swain and Agriland Farm Credit sponsor Troy Ashby sit in the shaded audience section during  the second annual bluegrass festival.

First Baptist Church celebrates 150 years in Sulphur Springs

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One hundred and fifty years of memories will be celebrated this weekend by the thousands of people who call First Baptist Church of Sulphur Springs their house of worship.

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County crime rate lowest in three years: Assaults and auto thefts on the decline

The crime rate in Hopkins County has hit a three-year low for the first half of the year, with only 150 crimes reported this year as increases in burglaries and thefts were offset by declines in aggravated assaults and stolen vehicles.

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Boys in the Band

Bill Grant (left), emcee and program director of the 2nd Annual Bluegrass Festival & Jam, introduces The Mack Smith Band before their performance Friday afternoon at the Cooper Lake Center in Birthright. The festival ran Friday and Saturday with performances by many bluegrass ensembles, including Hickory Hill and The Wildwood Valley Boys.
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