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Pigs Don't Smoke

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Shanna Martin (right), Transforming North Texas Grant instructor, teaches third grader Ava Sotela the importance of non-smoking with a functioning set of pig lungs at the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension 2014 Kids Camp in Buford Park Wednesday morning. The focus of the camp is physical activity, health and nutrition. Staff Photo Jon Lance

CBE Test dates set for SSISD students

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Sulphur Springs students will have four opportunities over the next year to take exams for advancement or recovery of credits.

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Gatsby Gala

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The Hopkins County Health Care Foundation announced this year’s Lights of Life gala theme will be The Great Gatsby Garden Gala Campaign. Lights of Life Co-Chair Leesa Toliver (at right with husband and campaign co-chair, Brian) said, “Sponsor solicitation letters went out June 11 and we are already receiving calls and commitments, which means the gala will probably be sold out again. We sell out early every year and last year we were sold out by Aug. 1.” For more information on sponsorships, contact the Health Care Foundation office at 903-439-4799. This year’s goal is $250,000, which will be used to purchase three additional telemedicine units, three flex coils for an MRI machine and a new EMS response-command vehicle for Hopkins County Memorial Hospital.

Building Fun

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Triple T Amusement staff is busy preparing Tuesday for the annual carnival on the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center grounds. The carnival will begin Wednesday and continue through Saturday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. daily, in conjunction with the Hopkins County Dairy Festival. For more information visit www.hopkinscountydairyfestival.com. Today is the final day to buy wristbands for a discounted price from Super Handy convenience stores. Staff Photo by Jon Lance

East Texas suspect in hospital following chase ending in Hopkins County

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A suspect who lead authorities on a chase through two counties Monday was reported to be in stable condition at a Tyler hospital Tuesday, recovering from wounds resulting from the incident.

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