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Community Chest aims to feed thousands in fall

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Although it is only August, the Hopkins County Community Chest is already hard at work trying to collect the funds and food needed to feed thousands of needy Hopkins County families for the coming holiday season. To succeed in the grand endeavor, the organization is asking for help from churches, banks and local businesses. 


POWER Initiative aids Hopkins County coal industry

As part of President Barack Obama’s ongoing efforts to assist communities negatively impacted by changes in the coal industry and power sector, awards totaling $38.8 million were announced for 29 economic and workforce development projects that are working to build a stronger economic future for their communities, businesses and workers. According to plan, almost $560,000 will be coming to Hopkins and Titus counties. 


New architectural, construction courses offered Help-A-Child will benefit

Sulphur Springs High School is not only teaching a new architectural construction class, but has allied with Help-A-Child to raise funds for the organization. 


Trustees approve $4M more in expenses than originally budgeted

Sulphur Springs Independent School District trustees approved $4,368,954 in budget amendments and an application asking Texas Education to grant a “timeline for an accelerated instruction” waiver. The decisions were made during a special meeting on Aug. 26.


End Zone: 1,000 Miles Away

There may be several forms of “touchdowns” this week in Orlando, Fla., when the Sulphur Springs Wildcats, cheerleaders and fans arrive.

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