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Douglas school would expand under bond proposal

Fifth graders and their teachers would have more room to work if voters in the Sulphur Springs Independent School District approve a proposed $48.4 million bond package in May.


Sulphur Bluff places second at district UIL meet; 14 students advance to region

Sulphur Bluff students’ scores at the Academic University Interscholastic League meet this week were high enough to place the students in second place overall at the district meet. The Bluff trailed Savoy, 234 to 432 points (which included Savoy’s 44 points for One Act Play).


Stepping up to the plate at Opening Day Ceremony

Sweeties team member Paige Seagraves heads to home plate in Darling Field to receive a prize for being a top seller in the girls softball fundraiser as 42 girls softball teams applaud. Paige sold seven cases with 50 candy bars each. Other prizes were awarded during the Girls Softball 2009 Season Opening Ceremony held in Buford Park Saturday morning. (For more photos, see NewsPhotos.)

Lamar, ECLC earn recognized campus status

Sulphur Springs school board member Jacquelyn Brice, Superintendent Patsy Bolton, Lamar Elementary Principal Rowena Johnson, board members Foy Williams, Clay Johnson and Jack Chubb Thursday accepted plaques from Northeast Texas School Boards Association honoring Lamar Elementary and Early Childhood Learning Center for being Title I, Part A, “recognized” campuses. Johnson was selected to serve as NTSBA president for 2009-10.

Recycling lessons

Cub Scouts from Den 1, Pack 77, are coordinating a new juice pouch
recycling project at Bowie Elementary. Second graders Evan Latimer, Gavin Gilbert, Travis Pundt, Legacy McDowell, Jonathan McGaha and Blake Talmage explain to the pack how recycling can benefit their school, Pack 77 and the planet. All Bowie students are encouraged to donate juice pouches this spring in the designated container.
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