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Wildcats head to Florida for training, teaching and touring

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ORLANDO, Fla. – Despite predictions of tropical storm winds and heavy rains, Thursday dawned dry and still for the Sulphur Springs Wildcats and their entourage to the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex.


Mini walk dates set to fight dementia

Local health care and nursing facilities and the Senior Citizens Center will be building up community support and raising funds in September in advance of the big annual Walk To Remember. The mini walks and “big” walk all generate awareness for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia and money to keep the Terrific Tuesdays program going.


Deputies break multi state burglary operation

Hopkins County Sheriff's Investigator Sgt. Dennis Findley said Thursday morning that an investigation into pole saws, chain saws and other power tools stolen from a Sulphur Springs business culminated with the arrest of one man in Texarkana and the recovery of a large cache of stolen equipment.


Pair held on drug possession charges

Police patrol officers were dispatched to an apartment in the 500 block of Cranford around 4 p.m. Wednesday afternoon on a criminal trespass issue and, according to Special Crimes Unit investigator Sgt. Mark Estes, they gained information that there was a lot of in and out traffic at the apartment.


Corine Snow ranked as one of oldest women on earth

A Hopkins County resident has made history by being officially included on the Gerontology Research Group’s Confirmed World Supercentenarian Ranking List.

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