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Rainy Day Stroll

Constable Roger Maynard crosses Oak Avenue with his umbrella during a Thursday morning shower. Sulphur Springs saw 0.52 inches of rain Wednesday, making the total rainfall 6.17 inches so far in the month of July.

County jail passes inspection; Remedial order remains in effect until at least October

Hopkins County officials got some welcome news about the jail this week after receiving confirmation the facility is finally in compliance with state jail standards.


Senior driving lessons

Melvin Bell teaches a driver’s course at the Senior Citizens Center Wednesday. Seniors can get a discount of 10 percent off their liability insurance for three years by taking the course, which the center tries to offer twice a year. For information on future courses, call Karon Weatherman at 903-885-1661.

On Wings of Eagles: Texas Cushman Club rolls into town for annual state meet

Insanely high gas prices have spurred renewed interest in the world of the frugal scooter again, with scads of the two-wheeled gas-sippers being imported into the United States from all around the world. But long before foreign brands like Kymco began invading the domestic shores, an American company was pumping out a classic scooter that remains beloved in the hearts of many today — the Cushman.

Applications being taken for police academy night class; 640-hour course begins Sept. 21

East Texas Police Academy currently is accepting applications for individuals who want to become peace officers. The 11th Night Basic Peace Officer course offered by ETPA in Sulphur Springs begins Sept. 2, at 6 p.m.

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