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Fights, mayhem rule Saturday night in town

Saturday night was a raucous occasion in the city of Sulphur Springs, with officers from three agencies needed to fully patrol and respond to reports of fights, gunshots fired and general disorderly conduct in and around Pacific Park, according to arrest and offense reports by police.


Bond sought for new facilities

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Would Sulphur Springs be state football champions if Royse City Independent School District hadn’t built a multi-purpose indoor athletic facility three years ago?


Como-Pickton beginning new planning system

The way people, particularly children, receive and assimilate information is changing, so shouldn’t the process by which they are taught adapt along with them? Changing the education process is not a new concept, just one that needs to become more progressive to fit the needs of those it serves.
Educational institutions have to “move with the times” in order to fully serve those being taught. For example, chalk boards were used 20 and 30 years in the classroom.

Street repairs on Houston start Monday

City workers will start applying the cure for the city’s biggest infrastructure headache on Monday, and local motorists may need to start planning how to detour around the long-term rebuilding project.
The multi-phase, multi-million dollar reconstruction of Houston Street — both above and below ground — will kick off Monday with the shutdown of a busy connecting road between Church and Davis streets.

Two teens arrested in Douglas community vandalism

Police arrested two teen-agers Thursday on state jail felony charges for vandalizing numerous houses, an apartment complex, cars and Douglas Intermediate School earlier in the day.
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