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Shopping for a bargain

Mothers and grandmothers Saturday morning peruse the items on the infant table at First United Methodist Church’s annual Back to School Clothing Sale which raised was $1260.45 to benefit the Boys & Girls Club and the Meal-A-Day program. More than 5,000 items were sold — barely a dent – and the remaining clothes were donated to the League Street Church of Christ clothing ministry. Staff Photo by Luis Noble

Money laundering bust by Cumby PD; $40K seized during routine traffic stop Saturday

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Cumby Police, assisted by state troopers, seized nearly $40,000 and took a Dallas area couple to jail on money laundering charges following a routine traffic stop early Saturday morning.

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Stirring the Pot: Trio of Texas ladies stir up stew with a good dose of girl talk

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A trio of Texas ladies will be making their traditional pot of stew next Saturday at the World Champion Hopkins County Stew Contest, along with the other 114 participants. So if you are looking for a good dose of girl talk you will need to set your sights for site No. 77.

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SSHS Homecoming royalty

Sulphur Springs High School students elected T’Kea Johnson (center) as their homecoming queen

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Hospital tax hike gets first public hearing

Questions and discussion on the 20 percent tax increase proposed by Hopkins County Memorial Hospital District's board of directors were heard in the first of two hearings on the plan Friday.

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