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Fall Festival is gone, Dairy Festival fast approaching

Welcome to news of the Hopkins County Dairy Festival! We hope that you caught sight of our current Dairy Queen, Miss Sidney Dietze, seated atop her beautiful gold and white Dairy Queen float as she represented the Hopkins County Dairy Festival Board and all citizens in the Fall Festival Parade. Isn't she a lovely and gracious queen for 2015-2016! Look for Queen Miss Sidney again in the upcoming Christmas Parade! 


Scream on the Square offers family-friendly fun

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In order to celebrate Halloween the craziest way possible, downtown businesses, Sulphur Springs High School and the city of Sulphur Springs have united to throw an unforgettable family-friendly event, Scream on the Square on Oct. 31. 


District Court Grand Jury signs 34 indictments

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The Hopkins County Grand Jury, during their October session, signed at least 34 indictments, naming 27 different individuals. Five people were named in two offenses, and one man was named in four. In some instances, two or more individuals were named as participating in the same offense or series of offenses.


Hospital gets more time to resolve deficiencies

Hopkins County Memorial Hospital received a 24-day extension Wednesday to implement a Systems Improvement Agreement with a federal agency to continue to receive Medicare/Medicaid payments.


Hopkins County Memorial Hospital's termination date for Medicare and Medicaid has been extended

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Following a meeting with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services [CMS] Tuesday afternoon regarding a termination of Hopkins County Memorial Hospital’s participation in Medicare and Medicaid services that was to become effective on Nov. 6, CMS notified HCMH Chief Executive Officer Michael McAndrew this morning an extension of the termination date has been granted.

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