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Taking them out for a little exercise

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Rudy Helmuth, handler for the world famous Budweiser Clydesdales, takes two of his charges and their mascot, Clyde the dalmation, out for a brief spin around the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center grounds Tuesday morning. The team just finished a visit in Jonesboro, Ark., and plan to be here until Sunday. They “hitch” eight horses, but travel with 10, just in case one of the group is having a bad day. The team, in all its regalia, will be featured in the Hopkins County Dairy Festival Parade Saturday. This team ranges in age from five to 10 years, weighs around 2,000 pounds each and stands 18-19 hands tall. Helmuth invites the public to the stalls at the Civic Center to visit the horses and Clyde. They will also be on display for a meet-and-greet from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday on Davis Street by Muddy Jake’s.
Staff Photo by Terry Mathews

With our appreciation

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Sulphur Springs Independent School District Board of Trustees President Don Sapaugh presents board member Kerry Wright with a plaque of appreciation for his service last year as president of the school board. He was first appointed to the board in 2009 to fill an unexpired term, then elected to the board in 2010 and reelected in 2013 to serve three more years on the board. During his time on the board he has served as secretary, vice president and president of the board. Staff Photo by Faith Huffman

Hopkins County Extension Office schedules two activities Thursday, June 12

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    4-H members and guests are invited to a Quilt Block Sewing Workshop at 10 a.m. at Hopkins County Extension Office, 1200 West Houston St. Participants are asked to bring 1/4 yard to 1/2 yard each of a light, medium and dark fabric. Sewing machines will be provided or participants may bring their own.

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MG seniors receive $500K in scholarships

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Miller Grove High School seniors received scholarships and military awards totaling about $500,000. Some awards were presented earlier this spring, and others announced at graduation Friday night.

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Clydene Fielden, 82, named Ms Hopkins County Senior Classic Saturday

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100_7889.jpgClydene Fielden won the Ms. Hopkins County Senior 2014 title at the fifth annual pageant Saturday. The 82-year-old also received the award for Best Talent, keeping the audience in stitches with her hilarious accounting of a week’s worth of workouts at a gym.

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