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Eddie Eagle teaches about firearms

Sulphur Springs elementary students, as part of promoting healthy choices, have learned about firearms safety, a program taught by Sulphur Springs Independent School District Police Officer Dee Dee Self.


Two brothers stabbed, man turns himself in

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At least two people were flown to area trauma centers after being stabbed Saturday morning at a Church Street apartment.

Officials were first contacted a few minutes before 7 a.m. Saturday about a disturbance in the 500 block of Church Street. Upon arrival at the apartment complex, officials reported two males had been stabbed. The injured are reported to be brothers, ages 16 and 21.


Exploring the fantastic: Dallas Fan Days

For a self-proclaimed comic book nerd, there is nothing better than going to Comic-Con. What is that you may ask? It is one of the few places where fact and fiction blur into a new reality, and it only happens a few weekends a year. 


Trustees approve renewal of legal retainer, local policy recommendations

Trustees for Sulphur Springs Independent School District during their regular October meeting approved two legal matters: renewal of membership in Walsh, Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle PC’s annual legal retainer program and updates to local policies Recommended by Texas Association of School Boards in Localized Policy Manual Update 105.


Stew, campsite champs named in competition

The Gibbons family again won the John Chester Award for their super campsite, marking at least the seventh time they’ve received honors for their stew campsite. Don Sapaugh and Steve Littlefield also went home from Saturday’s annual World Champion Hopkins County Stew Contest with the top awards in the chicken and beef super stew categories, which are composed of past winners in those divisions.

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