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Persistence and luck help HCSO investigator crack credit card abuse case

Sometimes, solving crime is simply a matter of luck — being at the right place at the right time. That’s exactly what happened to Hopkins County Sheriff’s Investigator Lewis Tatum Monday. He had followed leads to another county, trying to track down a suspect in a credit card abuse case. Just when he thought he could go no further in the investigation, the suspect appeared at a store he’d stopped at before heading home.

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Sulphur Bluff PTO plans Oct. 16 Halloween Carnival

Sulphur Bluff Parent Teacher Organization has been busy already this school year – selling “Bear Cards” and currently working toward the first big project of the school year, the annual Halloween Carnival.

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Popular winners at the Quilt Show

Jan Ainsworth of Campbell is awarded the Grace Lindley Hamby Memorial award for her “Snake River” quilt at the 10th annual quilt show for the Hopkins County Fall Festival. The award was provided by Deanna Hasten in memory of her mother. Ainsworth also recieved one of two Viewer’s Choice Awards presented by the Lone Star Heritage Quilt Guild for “Snake River.”

Lone Star Quilt Guild President Judy VanWinkle of Sulphur Springs is awarded the Louise Garmon Stripling Memorial award for her “Miss Breezy” quilt at the 10th annual quilt show during the Hopkins County Fall Festival. The award was provided by Stripling’s family. Van Winkle also received one of two Viewer’s Choice Awards presented by the Lone Star Heritage Quilt Guild for “Miss Breezy.”

Adult Leadership Class raises money for courthouse vault door restoration

The Adult Leadership Class president and class presents the Hopkins County Commissioners’ Court an $8,900 check to use towards the restoration of the courthouse vault. Pictured from front left are : members of the Adult Leadership Class MembersJuli Hutchins, Charlotte Baxter, Roberta Vanderburg, Martie Abercrombie, Rachel English, Matt Brown with check, Kayla Price, Markeda Fisher, Brenda Sabbagh, Sharla Campbell and John Sellers of the Historical Commission, (back row) Commissioners Beth Wisenbaker, Burke Bullock, Hopkins County Judge Cletis Millsap, and Commissioners Don Patterson and Danny Evans.

UPRA Rodeo Queen hopefuls

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Miss United Professional Rodeo Association 2009 Queen Patsy Crumley (center, back row) stands with the seven contestants for the title of Miss UPRA 2010. The contestants are (front left)  Cheyenne Ramirez, Brooke Bailey, Sara Cannon, (back left) Callie Logan, Lindsey Ash, Brittany Bettes, Brittney Butler, and (not pictured) Liz Hughes.
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