LoginCreate an account

  Username: Password:
Home News-Telegram News

Local News

Trustees approve policy prohibiting DAEP students from riding bus

Trustees for Sulphur Springs schools this week approved a Student Code of Conduct for the 2016-17 school year, complete with an additional consideration in discipline situations and transportation policy for students sent to Disciplinary Alternative Education Program. They also received for review elementary, middle and high schools student handbooks and an employee handbook.


Firefighters from around nation compete at Civic Center

The Firefighter Combat Challenge, an event followed by millions world-wide,  is coming to the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center this weekend during Hot August Nights.


FUMC hosts clothing sale Saturday

First United Methodist Church is hosting a back to school clothing sale inside its gym this Saturday. From clothing, backpacks to shoes, every item will only be 25-cents. Then after the sale, all remaining clothes will be donated to organizations around the community. 


Mapps handed a 99 year prison sentence by jury

User Rating: / 2

Tilton Joshua Isaiah Mapps, 21, of Greenville was sentenced Thursday morning to serve 99 years in prison after being convicted a day earlier of the murder of Jonathan Young.

The jury in Hopkins County’s Eighth Judicial District court began punishment deliberations just before 4 p.m. Wednesday. About 7 p.m., jurors  sent District Judge Eddie Northcutt a message they were still working and wanted to go home and “sleep on it.”


Dates announced for Meet the Teacher, schedule pick ups

Elementary and middle school students will have an opportunity next week to meet their teachers and drop off school supplies, while high school students will be afforded an opportunity the following Monday to pick up their schedules before school starts Aug. 23 in Sulphur Springs.

Page 20 of 1421



mySSnews Login

User Menu