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Genealogical Society reprints historic glimpse of Sulphur Springs from 1895

When the Hopkins County Genealogical Society moved last year to their current location, inside the Sulphur Springs Public Library, historical treasures were uncovered. One gem, a tattered book written by H. Bascom Thomas, has been painstakingly reproduced in a new edition. It reveals what life was like in Hopkins County during the late 1800s. 


SSHS band sweeps UIL concert, sight reading contest

Sulphur Springs High School band ended its record-setting contest season by earning sweepstakes at the Region 4 UIL Concert and Sight Reading Contest this week.


Two cattle rustlers caught

Hopkins County sheriff's deputies received a report of stolen cattle from property on FM 269 south Wednesday evening and began an investigation that, so far,  recovered 57 heifers stolen from at least three dairies.


Community boasts plant sales a-plenty this weekend

Garden enthusiasts will rejoice as two organizations are showcasing a wide variety of plants to choose from this weekend. From potted plants to dazzling daisies, both the Church of the Nazarene and Sulphur Springs High School will be selling primo plants for great causes. 


Water quality training set for Hopkins, Rains, Wood and Van Zandt counties 

EMORY — A Texas Watershed Steward workshop on water quality and water management related to Lake Tawakoni, Lake Fork and other area watersheds will be held from 8 a.m. to noon May 6 at the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service office for Rains County.

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