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SSISD trustees approve budget, tax rate for 2009-2010

Sulphur Springs Independent School District trustees Monday approved a $1.4054 ad valorem tax tax rate as well as a $83,584,482 budget, probably the largest ever for the district.

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City officials air concerns over veterans memorial plan

What started as something of a skirmish over the proposed Veterans Memorial for the downtown square ended with a truce between city officials and members of the committee trying to build the monument.
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Firemen prep for annual Fill the Boot campaign

School has already begun at Hopkins County schools, and the start also signals the fast approach of Labor Day, which local residents know heralds the annual Fill the Boot campaign to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

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Crime Stoppers tip leads police to stolen medical equipment

Police arrested a Sulphur Springs man, 22, after finding more than $1,500 worth of stolen tools and medical equipment at his Fuller Street residence Tuesday.

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Summer’s last splash

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Como-Pickton High School student Jeff Spears cools off in a dunking booth during the Hot August Nights before having to return to school on Monday, signaling the end of the school break for local students. The weekend saw another unofficial sign of the end of summer when the city of Sulphur Springs Swimming Pool in Buford Park closed for the year at 6 p.m. Sunday.
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