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Local man, 21, dies in apparent hit-and-run; suspect out on bail

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The 24-year-old Yantis man accused in the hit-and-run death of Nathan Paul Spataro of Sulphur Springs was released from jail on felony charges after posting bond Friday.

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County officials begin migrating to new home; six departments moving to old Fidelity Express building

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A move to consolidate most Hopkins County elected offices in a more central location should be complete by the middle of July, County Judge Cletis Millsap said Friday. Over the next five weeks, the offices of six elected officials will be packed up and moved to 140 Jefferson St. The 20,000 square foot facility formerly known as the home of Fidelity Express will now be called the Hopkins County Courthouse Annex.

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Summertime’s buzzing with activities at Sulphur Springs schools

School may be out for the summer for most students at Sulphur Springs Independent School District, but the 2-month break is still a busy time for administrators, some teachers and students, and other staff.

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Local woman faces child abandonment charges after 4 kids found home alone

A Sulphur Springs woman was jailed early Saturday morning for leaving her four children home alone for more than an hour while she went out of town with a friend.

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SSISD bond rate better than expected; tax rate won’t go up as much as first thought

It turns out that Sulphur Springs Independent School District officials were dead wrong when they estimated taxes would go up about 30 cents per $100 of property value if voters approved a $48.4 million bond proposal in May. It’s going to be a good bit less, and that’s a good thing, said SSISD Director of Finance Mikki Eddins.

“It’s good news,” said Eddins. “We were very, very pleased at the news.”

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