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Goooaaal! United Way pledges surpass $150,000

Hopkins County United Way workers Thursday morning celebrated the community’s generosity, which allowed the agency to meet its $150,000 goal.

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Truck routes get green light from City Council

Big trucks traveling through Sulphur Springs on State Highways 11, 19 and 154 will have to follow new routes around the city or find a new route if the City Council takes final action in December on an ordinance limiting truck traffic in the city.

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More than a dozen from SSMS qualify for All-Region choirs

More than a dozen students from Sulphur Springs Middle School were among the 40 students selected to the Texas Music Educators Association All-Region Cambiata and Mixed Choirs, which will perform at 5 p.m. Saturday at Mount Pleasant High School following a clinic.

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Chris Brown unseats Cletis Millsap as county judge

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Republican challenger Chris Brown rode a wave of party support to victory in the race for Hopkins County Judge in Tuesday’s general election, unseating longtime Democratic incumbent Cletis Millsap by a margin of more than 1,600 votes.

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Odell’s win lone bright spot for local Democrats

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Democrats can expect to retain a majority — albeit a slim one — on the Hopkins County Commissioners Court after Mike Odell defeated Republican nominee Trey Hinton for the Precinct 2 Commissioner seat in Tuesday’s general election.

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