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Complex school finance law requires voter approval to lower property tax bill in Sulphur Bluff ISD

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School finance is a strange thing, made seemingly even more complex with each legislative session. What else would explain how lowering the overall tax rate could generate more funding for school programs?


Local Crime Stoppers program expanding to include Delta, Franklin, Rains counties

The holiday season is quickly approaching, a time of year that brings out the good in most people. But to law enforcement officers, the holiday season generally signals the need for increased patrols in shopping and residential areas as burglaries, thefts and scams are generally more prevalent, beginning around October.


Main St. General Store, Chamber of Commerce, Guaranty Bond Bank take top spots in Downtown Business Alliance’s first-ever fall decorating contest

The first effort by the Downtown Business Alliance to sponsor a contest for Sulphur Springs businesses to decorate for fall has been deemed “a huge success,” with 22 entries. Taking first place was Main St. General Store, followed by the Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce in second, with third place going to Guaranty Bond Bank.


Pilgrim Bank gives to Veterans Memorial Committee

Pilgrim Bank Market President Rodney Bass hands a $5,000 donation check from the bank to Ruth Davis and others, representing the Hopkins County Veterans Memorial Committee Friday morning.

Hopkins County United Way hits 25 percent of $150K goal

Hopkins County United Way so far has collected only 25 percent of its $150,000 campaign goal, despite positive response from businesses who have handed in their donation packets.

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