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The Open Road:Traffic Starts Rolling On State Highway 11 Extension

Ceremonies this morning preceded the official opening of the long-awaited extension connecting State Highways 11, 154 and 19 on the south side of Sulphur Springs.

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Groundbreaking for new middle school scheduled for July 22

A groundbreaking ceremony officially kicking off construction at the site for the new Sulphur Springs Middle School facility is planned next month.

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Working at the Car Wash

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Stieneke Degroot-Humphries holds a sign promoting a car wash to passing cars at Sulphur Springs Fire Station 2 as Our Savior Lutheran Church youth group members (clockwise from front, left side of car) Andrew Wallace, Kristen Stowater and Krystiene Korsmo get help from pastor Curtis Dorsey and youth director Allison Paulson to get a car shiny as new in the June heat Saturday. All proceeds from the car wash go toward youth camps and activities. Staff Photo by Luis Noble

District court takes first steps toward resolving bail bond issue

Several thousands of dollars were collected Monday morning in Hopkins County’s 8th Judicial District Court when Judge Robert Newsom took the first steps toward resolving a long-running issue with bail bonds in the county.

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Testing summer’s bounty

Juanice Tomlinson (center) and her daughter, Jamie test Vanessa Bennett’s tomatoes before buying them at Saturday’s Main Street Farmers’ Market. The Farmers’ Market opens every Saturday on Main Street from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. this summer. Hours will be extended to 2 p.m. in the fall.
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