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A fitting tribute: Memorial honors Robert L. Perry, longtime city employee who died during Main Street renovation

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Perhaps the last piece of the redesigned Main Street in Sulphur Springs was put in place last week, but it was a sad moment in a way.


Sulphur Springs man sentenced to 79 years for sexual assaults - Sister, friend investigated after victims threatened at courthouse

A sister and friend of a Sulphur Springs man ordered to serve 79 years in prison Wednesday may face jail time themselves after they were accused of threatening the victims in the case following the sentencing.


Council approves downtown funding plan

City Council members approved the creation of a tax reinvestment zone for downtown, although one councilman expressed disapproval for the plan to rebuild the central business district.


Good Kids Doing Good Things

Pennies for Patients
Sulphur Bluff High School senior Zach Hope helps count some of the pennies collected during the school’s annual Pennies for Patients fundraiser to generate funds for leukemia patients. The drive was sponsored April 1-30, by the Sulphur Bluff Beta Club.

Main Street Theatre’s next play, ‘Gotcha!!,’ written by Community Players member; show opens Thursday

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An attorney sits in a WI-FI coffee bar, minding his own business. A beautiful blonde walks up to his table and – out of the blue – asks, “Will you marry me?” Did the guy have one too many grande lattes? Who is the bride? Is she for real? What happens if the attorney says yes? What happens if he changes his mind?

And what is marriage, anyway?

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