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She’s no dummy

Tiffany Stenger plays Sister Amnesia, a nun with memory issues, in the Community Players’ production of “Nunsense.” The play runs Aug. 20, 21 and 22 at 7:30 p.m. and a matinee on Aug. 23 at 2:00 p.m. in the Main Street Theatre. Admission is $10. Call 903-885-0107 for reservations, which are recommended.

Rocky road for local milk truck

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Police Captain Norman Colyer (left) directs traffic while a tow truck attempts to move a stranded milk truck at the intersection of Jackson and Jefferson streets Thursday morning. The milk truck reportedly caught a boulder-like rock under its back axle, causing minor damage to the road.

DEA asks for local physician’s records; doctor voluntarily gives up prescription certification while medical board reviews files

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A longtime Sulphur Springs physician said today he voluntarily surrendered his ability to write prescriptions for controlled medications while the state medical board reviews the records of 10 of his patients.


World champs highlight the firepower set for this weekend’s PBR Challenge

No matter the sport, a world championship is the most coveted honor athletes can achieve. World champions wear that moniker with pride, and rightly so. This weekend at the Texas Heritage National Bank PBR Challenge presented by Priefert Ranch Equipment, the reigning world champions will represent their respective associations beginning at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center.


Lack of right-of-way funding holds back SH 154 improvements, but one project to widen 1.5 miles should begin early in 2010

State highway construction crews should start adding shoulders and a turning lane to about 1.5 miles or State Highway 154 in the area of the Seymore community in early 2010.

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