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Under the hot summer sun

Construction crews closed the intersection of FM 69 and State Highway 11 in downtown Como to replace gravel and railroad ties and repair a section of the tracks. Staff Photo by Cindy Roller

This summer’s best readers

Sulphur Springs Public Library’s Summer Reading Program, sponsored by Golden K Kiwanis Club, encourages children to read as many books as they can in four weeks. Caden Holland (front, left) read more books than other children ages 4 and 5. Moses Aflleje (front, right) won the category for children 3 years old and younger. Brooke Barrett (back, left) was the winner from the 6 and 7 year old category. Seth McElyea (back, right) won the special needs category.  Staff Photo by Autumn Keiss

Bus from First Baptist involved in accident; driver taken to hospital

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GARLAND – A bus from First Baptist Church, on the way home from DFW Airport after picking up a group of mission participants, was involved in a two-vehicle collision on Interstate 635 in Garland Sunday afternoon.


Biking around downtown on a lovely Saturday morning

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Austin Prochaska and Craig Birkenfeld took advantage of the mild weather Saturday during a bicycle ride down Main Street to look at the fresh produce and other items being sold during the weekly Farmers’ Market. Staff Photo by Luis Noble

Sulphur Springs, Yantis and C-P school trustees meet tonight From Staff Reports

Monday will be a busy day for trustees in three school districts as they attend to routine business as well as matters to help get their districts ready for the new school year.

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