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Colyer named to fill constable vacancy

Hopkins County commissioners named Sulphur Springs Police Capt. Norman Colyer as the replacement for retiring Precinct 2 Constable Tex Maynard this morning.

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Emory man, 80, dies in crash of small plane near Hopkins-Rains County line

A small private airplane crashed Tuesday afternoon in a field on private property near the Hopkins-Rains County line, killing at least one.

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Suspected counterfeiter jailed, but who is he? Man may be wanted elsewhere

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A man was in custody at the Delta County jail today in connection with the passing of fake $100 bills in at least two counties and is believed to be wanted in San Antonio under another name, Sulphur Springs police said Wednesday morning.

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Long-time volunteer asks for help

Betty Landes crochets a baby hat at the Senior Citizens Center Tuesday morning as seniors get their dose of exercise with aerobics. For the last few years, Landes has donated her time to make hats for infants born at Hopkins County Memorial Hospital, but she needs help. She has been battling carpal tunnel syndrome on her right hand, hindering the amount of hats she can crochet. Anyone interested in helping Landes keep newborns warm can join her at the Senior Citizens Center at 150 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive daily at 8 a.m. or deliver crocheted hats to the center or directly to the hospital. For more information, call the Senior Citizen’s Center at 903-885-1661 and ask for Landes. Staff Photo by Luis Noble

Silver Santa Delivery

Meal A Day volunteer Patricia Fisher delivers gifts from the Senior Citizens Center Silver Snow Flake program to center director Karon Weatherman Tuesday morning. Each silver snowflake on the center’s tree represents a homebound senior who benefits from the Meal A Day program, who can be “adopted” for Christmas. The flake holds information about the senior and suggestions for gifts. The program continues until Dec. 15. Staff Photo by Luis Noble
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