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FEMA county road inspection rescheduled

A scheduled workshop session for Hopkins County Commissioners Court to tour various roads in the county with a representative from the Federal Emergency Management Agency was cancelled after the FEMA representative rescheduled the visit, according to Hopkins County grants coordinator Beth Wisenbaker.


Warning issued about phone scams

Telephone scams phishing for personal information such as Social Security numbers have become so prevalent, that Texas Department of Criminal Justice put out a fraud alert warning.


Hospital part of clinic national awards

CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic, which has facilities and serves patients in conjunction with CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital — Sulphur Springs, is being honored for aspects of patient care by the Studer Group, with its Excellence in Patient Care Awards.

The clinic system will be awarded in August, according to William Knous, manager of marketing and communications for CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Health System. It is specifically being honored, under the category of Inpatient Care, for Most Improved Nurse Communication.

“CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Health System is committed to providing the very best health care services to the people of Northeast Texas,” said Paul Harvey, president and chief executive officer of CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs. 

For the rest of the story, see the July 18 News-Telegram.

Early morning fire results in heavy damage

A fire roared through Tommy Evans Firestone on East Shannon Road in the early morning hours, leaving the interior of the tire store charred and blackened.


‘Lion King Jr.’ an immersive experience

Students downstage rehearsed lines, those upstage worked on their choreography, and yet others tried on costumes in the wings of the Sulphur Springs High School auditorium at the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center Monday afternoon.

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