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Fiddlin’ Jack Phillips: Sulphur Bluff 9-year-old making name for himself on Swing music circuit

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If you haven’t heard of Fiddlin’ Jack Phillips, you will. The 9-year-old fiddle-playing dynamo is making a name for himself in the local opry and swing music circuit, and if he continues at his current pace, he’ll have no problem performing on either of the two venues he’s got his eye on — Billy Bob’s Texas and Cowboys Stadium.

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2 students make All-Region Choir; SSHS Choir’s Fall Concert Monday at FBC

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Two Sulphur Springs High School Choir students advanced from the All-Region Choir to Pre-Area Choir auditions Saturday.

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Interstate: 3 arrested for car theft

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An interstate traffic stop by deputies in the wee hours Saturday morning resulted in recovery of a stolen vehicle and three felony arrests.

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Cooking Done Right

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Margie Ford journeyed from Sand Springs, Okla., to cook peach whiskey barbecued chicken with cheese-stuffed tomatoes for the Indian Summer Days 10th Annual John Chester Dutch Oven Cookoff at Hopkins County Heritage Park Saturday morning. The event featured live music, crafts, educational lectures and the Dutch oven cooking competition. All proceeds from the food sales are donated to Hopkins County Heritage Park.

Photo Walk- Five Years and Counting

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Five years and still a very popular annual event, the Sulphur Springs Worldwide Photo Walk will be held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. or the “golden hours” on Saturday, Oct. 11, at the newly renovated City Hall.

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