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Court OKs early voting location change

In the regular meeting Monday morning, Hopkins County Commissioners Court was asked to approve another change in the location for early voting for the November General Election.


Commissioner looking for grant money to re-open Pipeline Road

Hopkins County Precinct 3 Commissioner Wade Bartley presented a plan to the Commissioners Court Monday morning in which he will begin working to re-open Pipeline Road.


Hot Summer Jobs: Jeremy Cruz

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For nine years, Jeremy Cruz has been a team member of the United Parcel Service, or better known to all of us as UPS. Every single day of summer, heat is a major factor in his line of work and staying cool in an air conditioned environment, unfortunately, is not one of the perks he is able to enjoy at work. 


Nearly a dozen new staff hired Friday

Sulphur Springs Independent School District Board of Education during a special board meeting Friday approved nearly a dozen personnel items, including one resignation and hiring of five new teachers, four new aides and one facilitator. The staff changes will impact five campuses.


Community aims to raise $20,000 to help law enforcement

Most have seen the Back the Blue signs and logos posted around town and across the country as a way for people to show their support for their local law enforcement officers. Three local businesses are taking that one step farther with the launch this week of the Backing Our Blue campaign.

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