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Sulphur Springs Mayor Freddie Taylor (left) congratulates Police Chief Jim “BJ” Bayuk for this 13 years as chief of the Sulphur Springs Police Department during Bayuk’s retirement party in the City Hall Municipal Courtroom Thursday afternoon. Staff Photo by Jon Lance

Home delivered meals now available for county residents - New program not associated with Meal-A-Day

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    Home delivered meals are available to rural Hopkins County residents age 60 or older. These meals are funded through the Ark-Tex Area Agency on Aging and are administered by Lamar County Meals on Wheels.

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Pole Position

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Verizon is replacing at least five telephone poles on Houston Street this week. Expect some lane closures until the project is complete. Staff Photo Jon Lance

Police: 1 of 2 robbery suspects arrested

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One of the two suspects in Sunday night’s E-Z Mart robbery was taken into custody Tuesday night, thanks to a tip from a Greenville policeman; Sulphur Springs police are still looking for the second man involved.

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Finance: SSISD officials working on budget for 2014-15

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Sulphur Springs Independent School District administrators and business officers are in the home stretch of budget preparation, earnestly working over the next month to formulate a final budget plan for trustees to approve at a special Aug. 25 meeting.

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