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County to consider bid, medical rate renewal

A light agenda awaits Hopkins County Commissioners Court for its regular meeting at 9 a.m. Monday.

Commissioners will be asked to accept a bid for the purchase of one 2017-2018 police service SUV. The law enforcement vehicle is to be purchased through the county purchasing act.

Also on the agenda is consideration of renewal of the medical rates for the county.

The agenda also includes an opportunity for citizens to voice opinions and concerns.

For the rest of the story, see the July 9 News Telegram.

Cumby bank to showcase Rockwall artist

A special art exhibit is planned to show off Rockwall artist Curtis Frederick’s work in the renovated Cumby State Bank building.

Some might say the show came about serendipitously.

Earle Tooke of Dallas, who now owns the old bank building at 201 West Main St. in Cumby, said he was looking for land to buy outside of the Dallas Fort Wort Metroplex when he happened upon the for sale sign on the old bank building in Cumby.

For the rest of the story, see the July 9 News Telegram.

Horse sense on display with dressage clinic

Hopkins County horse fanciers will get a treat for their eyes in two weeks as the sport of dressage comes to Sulphur Springs. 


Local water supply envied

Sulphur Springs, even during the dry times, is envied across the area because of available water resources, according to Sulphur Springs City Manager Marc Maxwell.


SSISD trustees face brief meeting Monday

Monday night’s regular July board meeting should be pretty routine, with only three items listed for Sulphur Springs Independent School District Board of Trustees to consider.

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