LoginCreate an account

  Username: Password:
Home News-Telegram News

Local News

Taxed Enough Already organizer expects to hold another rally in the future

Wednesday's Taxed Enough Already Rally on the courthouse square has ended, but the movement decrying federal spending is not over in Hopkins County.
Carol Miller, organizer of Wednesday’s downtown protest — one of an estimated 1,000 across the United States — said the rally allowed citizens to vent their frustrations.

Vandals strike Douglas school, community early Thursday

User Rating: / 12
Sulphur Springs Police Department is asking for the public’s help in solving a rash of vandalism in the neighborhood near Douglas Intermediate School. At least eight residences, the school and about half a dozen vehicles were spray-painted with the initials “CSU,” mostly in black and silver paint.

Deemed a success, city’s Farmers Market expands

After a month of Saturdays in operation, the downtown Farmers Market has been everything City Manager Marc Maxwell could have hoped for.
When the market opened on Main Street on March 7, a small crowd of shoppers slowly swelled through the day to a few hundred, and many of the 18 vendors sold out of their wares.

Relay for Life fundraisers plentiful over the weekend

Several teams have scheduled fundraisers this weekend to benefit Relay For Life of Hopkins County. The Aguilar family, Alliance Bank and Galyean Insurance RFL teams host some of the more popular fundraisers held to raise money for the American Cancer Society through RFL.
On Friday, the Alliance Bank RFL team will be hosting Burgers Between the Buildings, and a bake sale — where else? — in the area between City National and Alliance Bank.

Second Annual Scouting for Dinner expects big turnout at Civic Center

A large crowd is expected next Tuesday evening at the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center for the second annual “Scouting For Dinner,” and that’s only if the restaurants and caterers serving their creations show up.
But organizers of the event that supports local Boy Scouts have good reason to anticipate some 350 people at the affair. Whether a foodie or simply someone looking to fill their stomach, the event offers a smorgasbord of samplings of virtually every style of cuisine offered in the area.
Page 1048 of 1105



mySSnews Login

User Menu