Three teachers’ resignations were accepted, two personnel reassigned and five new personnel hired during the Sulphur Springs Independent School District Board of Trustees meeting Monday afternoon.
Northeast Texans shouldn’t expect the sky to fall in the coming year nor to receive manna from heaven — despite what presidential campaigns promised or threatened — according to well-known economist Dr. Ray Perryman, who addressed local business leaders Tuesday at the Economic Outlook Conference at the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center.
Dispatchers at Hopkins County Sheriff's Office at 10 a.m. Tuesday received a radio call from what was supposed to be two state troopers bringing two prisoners to the jail.
Information received from an anonymous caller led to the seizure of as many as 45 cows and calves on property on the south edge of Birthright Tuesday afternoon, according to Hopkins County Sheriff's Cpl. Koby Hume.
Sulphur Springs Independent School District Board of Trustees Monday afternoon reached a $2,450,000 settlement with J.T. Turner for “moisture issues” discovered at the new Sulphur Springs Middle School less than a year after the facility opened.