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Saturday’s storms drop 4.2 inches on city

Nearly all of the 4.2 inches of rain which pelted Sulphur Springs this weekend fell Saturday, resulting in a few harried hours for police and firemen who worked to keep motorists off the temporarily closed roads and water rescues of motorists who did not heed the storm weather motto to “turn around, don’t drown.”


Talking it over

Dovie and Curtis Wall enjoy coffee, donuts and conversation at a donut shop Saturday early morning before the big storm hit, dropping more 2 1/2 inches of rain on the city. A total of 4.2 inches of rain was reported from 7 a.m Saturday until 7 a.m. Monday.

Troopers sieze crack cocaine, Xanax in Saturday morning traffic stop

Troopers arrested a couple in a U-Haul trailer after finding 60 pounds of marijuana in the U-Haul and nearly 50 grams of crack cocaine and Xanax pills in the driver’s shoe.


Sulphur Bluff graduate John Dodd receives Purple Heart

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Army Sgt. John Dodd was recently honored with a Purple Heart for his service with the 1-505th 3rd BCT 82nd Airborne Division in Southern Baghdad.


PUC sides with Oncor in rate hike case, electric bills should rise 5%; policy reversal likely means all utilities will ask for higher rates

Texans who thought they got nailed on their last electricity bill have something else to think about now that the state agency charged with regulating such things has approved a rate increase request by the company that delivers power to homes and businesses.

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