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Tennis Anyone?

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Dennis Hunt (left) starts work Tuesday morning on the new tennis courts at Sulphur Springs High School, which are being constructed behind the Multi-Purpose Building. Athletic Director Greg Owens said the project is set to be completed in December and will include eight tennis courts, covered public seating areas and a small building which will be used for classroom activities. Staff Photo Jon Lance

SSISD board considers campus purchases

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Sulphur Springs school board has called a special meeting at noon Wednesday to consider approving proposed asbestos abatement at one school and replacement of 35 heating, ventilation and air conditioning units throughout the district, among other items.

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Meal A Day needs Monday driver

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The local Meal A Day program is looking for someone who is willing to donate an hour of their time and vehicle to deliver meals to shut ins and disabled individuals who benefit from the program on Mondays.

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Dairy Festival: Ross Hicks outruns 102 participants to win Milk Run

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Ross Hicks of Sulphur Springs outpaced all of the other 102 participants to become the overall winner and overall male finisher in the Hopkins County Dairy Festival 5K Milk Run Saturday morning.

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PJC grant for 3-D printing program is a first for Texas community colleges

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The first community college 3-D printing program in Texas will launch at Paris Junior College, thanks to a $349,114 Jobs and Education for Texans or JET grant. This joins another recent JET grant of $345,164 to upgrade the PJC welding program.

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