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Pilot Club sponsoring 2009 ‘Walk to Remember’ to benefit Terrific Tuesdays

Pilot Club of Sulphur Springs has long been a champion for those with brain injuries and mental disabilities. This week, club members continued that tradition,  agreeing to become champions for Terrific Tuesdays, an adult respite program for individuals with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia.

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Maxwell using his Saturdays to help people see if they can save money by switching electricity providers

City Manager Marc Maxwell is planning to volunteer his time over the next four Saturdays to help local citizens figure out if they can lower their electricity bills by changing electrical providers.

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Fireman suffers 2nd-degree burns battling blaze at Cumby-area home

A Hopkins County firefighter sustained second-degree burns while battling a house fire which destroyed one side of a Cumby residence and smoke-damaged the rest of the building early this morning.

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One case of H1N1 virus confirmed at SSISD; superintendent says there’s ‘absolutely no need to panic’

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Sulphur Springs Independent School District officials announced its first case of the H1N1 virus — or swine flu — this week after a child at the Early Childhood Learning Center received a confirmed diagnosis.

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Antique tractors return to Fall Festival Sept. 19

Antique tractors are returning to the Hopkins County Fall Festival this year as the Lake Country Antique Tractor Association gears up for the 4th annual tractor pull at the Hopkins Count Regional Civic Center in the air conditioned indoor arena on Saturday, Sept. 19, beginning at 10 a.m. and continuting until 4 p.m.

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