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Brashear woman found guilty of animal cruelty

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A three-day jury trial concluded Thursday afternoon with a Brashear woman being jailed on two counts of animal cruelty stemming from a May rescue of 57 horses from her property. The charges are for two horses veterinarians said were  so deteriorated from neglect that they had to be euthanized.


Rains County man sentenced to more than 800 years in prison; jury deliberates child sexual assault verdict in less than 4 minutes

A Rains County jury took mere minutes this week to find a man guilty of nine counts of sexual offenses against children, eventually sentencing him to more than 800 years in prison. Eighth Judicial District Judge Robert Newsom presided over the trial of William “David” Dennie, 60, that is believed to have returned the quickest verdict in a criminal case in the county’s history.


Commissioner closes five roads, says ignoring signs is flirting with danger, even death

Heavy rains have washed out parts of five roads in southeast Hopkins County, creating conditions that have forced the closure of the routes.But some people are ignoring the warnings, Precinct 2 Commissioner Burke Bullock said today, and that could prove to be dangerous, even deadly.

Music teachers name two SSHS students to Region Strings Orchestra

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Two students from Sulphur Springs High School earned positions in the Texas Music Educators Association Region 21-4 Strings Orchestra. Kade Eckhardt, a junior cellist, and Molly Ginn, a freshman violinist, will play in the regional orchestra at John Tyler Dec. 5, during a clinic and concert.


More than 160 on United Way's '100% Club' list, more likely to come

There is no way the dozens of volunteers who help organize the annual Hopkins County United Way campaign could ever adequately thank the thousands of people who pledge money to the the fund drive every year.
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