“Real men wear pink” in their hair and so did other community residents through the end of October to show support of breast cancer awareness efforts through the Pink Hair For Hope campaign.
When asked to elaborate on ways they could “help protect the environment,” the fifth graders at Douglas Intermediate School came up with tons of ideas, which they put to paper for Luminant’s Making Texas Shine essay contest.
If the prospect of helping build a lasting monument to the legacy of Hopkins County veterans isn’t enough to lure people to the Civic Center on Saturday, maybe a hairy-legged hip-hop dance will do the trick.
A Hopkins County grand jury during an October session approved 50 indictments against 48 individuals. The charges ranged from controlled substance and marijuana offenses and forgery to evading arrest, illegal dumping, firearms, sex offenses, child abandonment and felony drunk driving charges.