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Phoebe Gives Back: Sulphur Springs girl picked to model Princess Millie Dress

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Phoebe Carmody, an almost 6-year-old battling leukemia, has been embraced by the people of Hopkins County through fundraisers, yard signs and prayers.

Recently, Phoebe was presented an opportunity to help give back to other children who are battling childhood cancer. 


Hats Off To Fourth

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His Kids Learning Center students celebrate their patriotism by making red, white and blue hats and shirts before an assembly in the church sanctuary Thursday Morning. The students participated in the pledge of allegiance, patriotic chants and ended the ceremony with a prayer for the nation. Pictured are, from left, Tyce Bradford, Hunter Reed, Emily Franklin and Brett Rodriquez. Staff Photo Jon Lance

Plans uncertain for Boys & Girls Club, former site

    With the collapse earlier this summer of the old Houston School building, where the Boys and Girls Club has been housed for the last few years, plans for the club and property’s future are uncertain.


Up To His Neck

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City of Sulphur Springs Water Utilities workers closed one lane of traffic in the 600 block of Main Street Wednesday morning due to a water pipe leak under the street. Motorists should expect moderate traffic delays until the water pipe can be repaired. Staff Photo by Jon Lance

Cooper Lake State Park-South Sulphur Unit July activities

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Life is better outside

June is in the rear view mirror and straight ahead is July! And right off the bat is July 4 weekend. If you haven’t made your reservations for camping this  weekend you need to make them soon. There

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