Sulphur Springs police detectives said today that a 66-year-old Sulphur Springs man who was arrested Friday morning in the 600 block of Beth Lane is facing accusations of indecent exposure.
The grinding gears of local and government offices will come to a halt Monday as both city and county workers get a break to celebrate the nation’s birthday.
Hopkins County commissioners, faced with repair costs for the 30-year-old air conditioning system at the Hopkins County Civic Center and ever-increasing electricity costs along with declining tax revenue, learned this week that help may be on the way.
COMMERCE — A former director of the U.S. Census Bureau will be the keynote speaker when Texas A&M University-Commerce hosts area school and business leaders at the Summer Leadership Conference
A Hopkins County man was part of a team of about 40 area residents in the National Guard and Army Reserve headed for South Texas Wednesday as part of an emergency response to Hurricane Alex, which made landfall Wednesday night.