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Sulphur Bluff Homecoming Queen and King

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Sulphur Bluff High School crowned Ashley Bryant homecoming queen and  awarded  Royce Naylor the king’s trophy during their homecoming game.

Siren tests slated at noon Wednesday

When you hear the outdoor warning sirens sounding Wednesday, don’t be alarmed — unless it looks really dark outside. Sulphur Springs Police Department plans to test the civil defense or “outdoor warning” sirens around noon Wednesday, Feb 3, to make sure they are in good working condition and as a practice drill for officials. City emergency management officials encourage city residents to take the opportunity during that time to practice what they would do in the event of an actual emergency. In the event the weather is overcast, rainy or otherwise bad, the siren testing will be postponed, likely until the next Wednesday, so it won’t be confused as a true alert.

ABC’s Nightline to cover ‘One Month to Live’ starting Sunday

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Sulphur Springs and the surrounding area will be cast in a new light this spring. It's the lights of ABC's television news program Nightline. The Nightline crew is in town this weekend preparing for the launch of the “One Month to Live” challenge, which is scheduled for 6 p.m. Sunday at the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center and which will involve at least 35 churches and thousands of individuals in and around Sulphur Springs. It is the largest such event in the nation.

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County judge candidate pledges commitment to financial stability, low taxes

A Hopkins County businessman and former rural school board member is seeking the Republican Party’s nomination for county judge, saying he is committed to fiscal stability and keeping taxes low.

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State historical commission grants $277K for courthouse repairs

You think your leaky roof cost a lot to fix? Try plugging holes in a historic 115-year-old courthouse. Actually, Hopkins County is receiving more than $275,000 in state aid just to repair leaks in the second-story porticos, never mind the entire roof. But the grant approval announced Friday had county officials virtually kicking up their heels.

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