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Jury to decide Kuhl’s punishment after guilty plea for child trafficking

Just before a jury was seated Tuesday morning in the 8th Judicial District courtroom in the trial of Franklin Coy Kuhl on charges of trafficking a child for sexual conduct, Kuhl entered a guilty plea before District Judge Eddie Northcutt.


Free flu shots at Dinner Bell Wednesday; limited to 125 people

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The Hopkins County Health Care Foundation is partnering with Dinner Bell at First United Methodist Church Wednesday to give out free flu shots to the community. 


Two arrested when domestic dispute turns into assault of an officer

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What started out Sunday as a reported disturbance in which a man was attempting to assault his girlfriend, ended with not only the man going to jail for assault and resisting arrest but a woman being jailed for assaulting an officer.


Point woman arrested for PI after faking injury

A Point woman, 25, was jailed for public intoxication, after she disproved her hysterical claim that she couldn’t walk on her ankle after being assaulted by her boyfriend by running after two horses that escaped while she was talking to Texas Parks and Wildlife Department staff.


Hopkins County Fall Festival announces event schedule

The 46th Annual Hopkins County Fall Festival is almost here. It officially kicks off with a ribbon cutting and after hours mixer Oct. 13 and parade on Oct. 17, begins winding down with the concert and announcement of the new Cover Girl Saturday, Oct. 24, and concludes with the 2nd Annual Hispanic Day Sunday, Oct. 25. This year’s theme  is “Let Freedom Ring.”

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