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Celebrating the new look at HCMH

Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Board members Ralph Pruess, Joe  Bob Burgin, CEO Michael McAndrew, Jan Chapman, chairman Tim Kelty and Kelty’s two grandchildren hold a banner with Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Linda Mobley in recognition of the renovation of Memorial Hospital and the opening of the Johnnie Masters Gift Shop in the new lobby Tuesday evening.

Melodies and fireworks liven up the historic Hopkins County Courthouse square

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The Northeast Texas Symphony, under the direction of Dr. Doug Bakenhus, performs during the 18th Annual Independence Festival held in the courthouse square Saturday evening. The concert, sponsored by Alliance Bank, included a mix of show tunes and patriotic numbers. At dusk, a fireworks display, sponsored by Sulphur Springs Vision Center and DeHaven Eye Clinic, delighted the large crowd. The concert and fireworks were part of a two-night celebration that included a free “Music on Main Street” show Friday evening.

True Blue Tuesday

Lady Liberty and Uncle Sam visited the First United Methodist Church Terrific Tuesdays program in celebration of Independence Day this week. Pictured are (front row, left to right) Tanner Caraway, Beverly Grimes, Doris Johnson, Iris Gabrielse, (back row) Victoria Petty, Deborah Caraway, Patsy Shaw as Uncle Sam, Sarah McElyea as Lady Liberty, Kim Ornelas, Janet Erwin, Leah Lopez, Alyssa Summers and Kimberly Caraway.

Sulphur Springs Fire Department to host two-day event for MDA - In addition to Labor Day efforts, SSFD plans cookout on July 3-4

Each year Sulphur Springs Fire Department designates three days to help raise funds for individuals, particularly children, affected by muscular dystrophy.


Ouch ... that’s gotta’ sting

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East Texas Police Academy cadet David Wallace Jr. gets a face full of OC (Oleoresin Capsicum) or “pepper” spray Saturday. The exercise is part of the curriculum for the basic peace officer certification night class taught in Sulphur Springs. The next class begins in September. For registration information call 903-983-8663 or www.easttexaspoliceacademy.org.
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