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Water damage at hospital expected to be in the millions

Hospital Administrator Michael McAndrew said he still does not have an accurate estimate of the damages caused by a break in a three-inch water line that poured hundreds of thousands of gallons onto the hospital’s second floor last Wednesday.


Alzheimer’s mini walks set: Events to benefit Terrific Tuesdays

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Six local nursing homes, the Senior Citizens Center, Pilot Club and local citizens over the next two months will be busy walking to help raise funds to support Terrific Tuesday, a respite care program for people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or other brain-related disorders.


Parent orientation activities planned at all four Sulphur Springs ISD elementary schools this week

Parents of Sulphur Springs students from first grade up this month will have an opportunity to meet with their child’s teachers to learn more about their daily schedules, classroom procedures and special programs.


The work at FBC multipurpose facility continues

Workers build walls for the foundation of First Baptist Church’s 70,000-square-foot multipurpose facility at the corner of Putman Street and Oak Avenue Tuesday. The two-story structure will include basketball and volleyball courts, classrooms, activity rooms, a walking track and a kitchen. Staff Photo by Luis Nobe

Good People Doing Good Things: Jeff Smith’s mission brings music, message to Nicaragua

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Everyone has gifts. Not everyone shares them with the world. For eight years, 1987 Sulphur Springs High School graduate Jeff Smith has shared his musical talent with the people of Central America. This summer, he made his sixth trip to Nicaragua with other members of First Baptist Church.

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