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Ouch ... that’s gotta’ sting

East Texas Police Academy cadet David Wallace Jr. gets a face full of OC (Oleoresin Capsicum) or “pepper” spray Saturday. The exercise is part of the curriculum for the basic peace officer certification night class taught in Sulphur Springs. The next class begins in September. For registration information call 903-983-8663 or www.easttexaspoliceacademy.org.

Night Lights

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Fireworks illuminate the historic Hopkins County Courthouse and the crowd during the 18th Annual Independence Celebration Saturday evening.

Staff Photo by Luis Noble

2009 Cover Girls needed

With the dog days of summer finally arriving in Hopkins County, thoughts of fall generally center on hopes for cooler temperatures and the start of school and football season.


County recognized for exemplary courthouse stewardship

AUSTIN, Texas – The Texas Historical Commission recently awarded Hopkins County an Honor Award through its Texas Courthouse Stewardship Program for establishing excellent stewardship practices in maintaining its restored historic courthouse. The $2,500 award was announced at the two-day Texas Courthouse Stewardship Workshop held recently in Austin. Both the workshop and the award were made possible through a generous grant from the Texas Land Title Association.


Bakenhus strikes up the band

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Dr. Douglas Bakenhus, conductor for the Northeast Texas Symphony Orchestra, spurs on the crowd during the 18th Annual Independence Celebration concert Saturday evening.
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