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Runoff between Clay Walker, Bradley Edge for Place 2 seat set for June 13 - Early voting begins June 1

Polling places and voting dates have been set for the upcoming runoff election to decide the Place 2 seat on the Sulphur Springs City Council.

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‘Senior’ Prom royalty

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Senior Citizens Prom Queen Vera Reed stands with Prom King John Molohon during the Senior Citizens Center’s third annual Prom Saturday. Attendees enjoyed this year’s Mardi Gras theme featuring masks and beads galore.

Good People Doing Good Things

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Louise Voss tosses a bean bag as Kim Ornelas and Joyce MacDonald keep score during a meeting of First United Methodist Church’s Terrific Tuesdays Club. The club, an adult respite program for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, meets every Tuesday in the Family Life Center of the church, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Lunch is included. Call 903-243-5620 for more information.

Lowe's gives back

Como-Pickton High School SkillsUSA members receive a donation of Kobalt tools at Lowe’s of Sulphur Springs as part of the “Tough Tools for Cool Schools” program Tuesday. Lowe’s stores and Kobalt have banded together for the program to give students in 500 schools up to $300,000 in equipment. Pictured left to right are SkillsUSA advisor Tony Glasscock, Lowe’s commercial sales specialist Robert Flewelling, SkillsUSA students Marisol Preciado, Zoyla Gonzalez, Chris Preciado, Alfredo Mejia and Hector Hernandez. Also pictured (at back,  right) is Tony Bassham, operations manager for Lowe’s.

Troopers seize 100 pounds of marijuana, arrest five

Troopers and police seized  nearly 100 pounds of marijuana and arrested a total of five people in two cars Monday night.

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