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Mitchell Chapel gives back

Mitchell Chapel brightened the holiday season for those in need for the sixth year through a food distribution program, which gave one food sack per household. Mitchell Chapel distributed about 200 bags of food items Saturday, according to Pastor Nelson Gatlin. The food items were donated by Mitchell Chapel and several area grocery businesses including Grocery Supply Company, Rehkopf’s and Brookshire’s. Staff Photo by Luis Noble

Oversize load blocks Sunday morning traffic

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Sunday morning traffic in downtown Sulphur Springs was brought to a halt when an oversized load travelling north failed to utilize truck routes and got jammed up at the square.


Water Oak School’s staff, students, parents show the spirit of generosity by helping out struggling animal rescue group

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While many children are busy writing out their lists to Santa and dreaming of all the fun things they hope to find under the tree, others are showing generosity of spirit through acts of kindness.


Case of rabies verified in city; two dogs quarantined after skunk tests positive

A skunk captured by Sulphur Springs animal control officers in the 900 block of North Jackson Street this week has been confirmed as having rabies, according to Animal Control Officer Denise Stinson.


Shade Alley, 12, named winners named in DBA Christmas Art Contest

The Sulphur Springs Downtown Business Alliance announced the winners in its inaugural Christmas Art Contest Friday afternoon.

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