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Masons uniting for Help-A-Child tractor pull, chili cook-off

Masons from four local lodges are once again joining forces to host their annual fundraiser next Saturday to benefit three organizations which provide services and help to children.


Lights of Life holds half marathon on Saturday

Put on some running shoes because the half marathon is back in Sulphur Springs Saturday. Organized by the Lights of Life Campaign, this is a fundraiser striving to raise the level of healthcare at Hopkins County Memorial Hospital. 


Burglars hit ATM at Joe Bob’s overnight

Burglars at Joe Bob’s covenience store in Birthright apparently targeted an automatic teller machine in the store.

Sheriff’s deputies were summoned to the store early Thursday after the break-in was discovered, and an active investigation is underway.

The amount of money taken in the burglary was not disclosed by store owners and no mention was made of other merchandise that might have been taken.

Naval commander inspires United Way at CEO lunch

Hopkins County business CEOs and top donors filled the banquet room at Sulphur Springs County Club during an appreciation luncheon sponsored by Hopkins County United Way Wednesday. Top Gun pilot and United States Navy Commander Michael Horn spoke at the event, which commemorated 60 years of the organization being in Hopkins County. 


Mapps indicted for murder of Jonathan Young; Suspect’s girlfriend also facing charges

Tilton Joshua Isaiah Mapps was recently indicted by the Hopkins County Grand Jury on two charges related to the June 8 shooting death of Jonathan Trahern Young, and a woman authorities at the time identified as Mapps’ girlfriend was indicted on charges for trying to help him hide from authorities.

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