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DairyMax and Lone Star Milk Producers donate to Como-Pickton Consolidated Independent School District to facilitate the consumption of three daily doses of dairy products for the health of C-PCISD students. DairyMax representatives Kim Price and Ken Miller (left), also a member of Dairy Farmers of America, stand next to the vending machine DairyMax has donated while Lone Star Milk area manager Mike Mund (far right) presents a $2,000 grant to Assistant Superintendent Lydia Walden (center right) to purchase dairy products for the machine .

County’s jobless rate stays lowest in area at 6.6 percent

The labor market in Hopkins County continues to outperform its closest neighbors as well as the rest of Texas.


Grand Jury approves 20 indictments during Nov. session

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Hopkins County Grand Jury approved 20 indictments against 10 people during its November session. At least four people account for the majority of the charges, which range from sexual offenses involving children to controlled substances, burglary, theft and endangering a child.


Carnival tonight at Douglas

Douglas Intermediate School students hold a quilt made of donated school shirts that will be auctioned at the school’s holiday carnival on Monday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The carnival includes games, live and silent auctions and a “Scroogemobile,” a car that children can spray paint.

Grocery Supply gives to Empty Stocking Fund

Tracey Ballard and Gena Prickette (center) receive a $1,000 donation from Grocery Supply Company representatives Ryan McKenzie (left) and Robert Cody for the Empty Stocking project Friday. Program directors have extended the deadline to submit Empty Stocking applications to Wednesday, Nov. 25.
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