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Council approves another settlement in lawsuit

Sulphur Springs City Council, in a meeting Tuesday evening, approved another settlement with one of the companies named as defendants in a lawsuit arising from the death of a city worker near Coleman Park in 2012.


Milk sanitation officers prepare for robotic milking in Texas

Representatives and sanitation officers from the Department of State Health Services gathered at the Southwest Dairy Museum Tuesday morning to discuss milk sanitation, a new insurgence of robotic cow milkers and upgrading their technology to fit the coming trend.


Pigskin Pick ’Em Bill Allan wins football contest’s third week

Bill Allan of Dike was the third week winner in the News-Telegram’s Ultimate Pigskin Pick ‘Em Contest.


Two separate accidents claim the lives of 2 local men

A Yantis man was killed Sunday as a result of a one-vehicle crash on State Highway 154 south, and a Sulphur Springs man was killed and a teen injured Saturday in Franklin County following a motorcycle wreck on FM 900.


Indian Summer Days bring vintage adventures

Thinking about the nostalgia of the Norman Rockwell era back through early American society brings forth warm feeling of patriotism, simplicity and family. Next weekend, Heritage Park is the perfect place to once again travel down memory lane during the Indian Summer Days Festival. 

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