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Yantis ISD superintendent placed on paid leave; school board sides with teacher in grievance against top administrator

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Yantis Independent School District’s regular board of trustees meeting was fairly normal for May — aside from one major item which leaves the district without a top administrator until Friday afternoon. School trustees voted Monday following an executive session to place Superintendent Michael Barnett “on administrative leave with pay pending further notice,” business manager Kristi Beech said Tuesday, reading from a prepared statement.


That Aloha spirit

Sulphur Springs Health and Rehabilitation Center staff and residents (left to right) Dorothy Dougan, LeaNetta Pryor, Betty Desporte, Schella Johnson, Terry Bay, Marcus Hood and Norma Haberlin dance the hula during a Hawaiian-themed party Tuesday. The center will host more events throughout the week as a part of their celebration of  National Nursing Home Week.

SSISD administration and school board recognize class of 2009’s top 10 percent at Honor Student Breakfast

Twenty-five was the key number for Sulphur Springs High School honor students Tuesday morning.


Council to set date of runoff Monday - Incumbent Clay Walker, Bradley Edge square off for Place 2 seat; Craig Johnson wins Place 1 outright

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Sulphur Springs City Council members will meet next Monday to canvass the results of Saturday’s municipal election and set a date for a runoff between the top two vote-getters in the run for Place 2.


SSISD board honors Judy Gillem for a job well done

Judy Gillem was honored Monday night by fellow trustees with a plaque commemorating her six years of service on Sulphur Springs Independent School District Board of Education.

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