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60 Years of Caring:Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Celebrates A Memorable Milestone

A crowd of about 200 people gathered Thursday at the entrance of Hopkins County Memorial Hospital to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the opening of the medical center, which began operations in September of 1949.


Lone swine flu case causing panic; risk of contracting H1N1 virus ‘pretty slim,’ but concerned parents have been flooding doctor’s offices with calls

By now, most local residents know that a child in a Sulphur Springs school has tested positive as having the H1N1 virus. The child, 3 1/2, is a student at Early Childhood Learning Center and is the only the person in this area recently to have tested positive for the swine flu. One other person was confirmed to have the virus in the spring. But you'd never know it if you answered the phone for a local doctor.


Sellebrate Kids this weekend at Civic Center and save a bundle; consignment sale offers a little bit of everything

Families looking for clothing, movies, infant strollers and carriers for the children won’t want to miss Sellebrate Kids, an event featuring 125 families’ worth of wares.


Fall Festival board members create new brand, logo for county fair

Fair-goers should have no problem finding their way into this year’s Hopkins County Fall Festival. The entry points on the fair grounds will be lit with giant lighted signs featuring the county fair’s new logos and brand.


SSISD won’t air Obama address live; Tuesday’s planned ‘back-to-school’ message fuels calls to superintendent

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A “back-to-school message” from the president to students across America next week won’t be aired live at Sulphur Springs schools.
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