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EDC bringing new industry to town Thursday

Ground will be broken for Sulphur Springs' newest industry, Cell-O-Core, at 11 a.m. Thursday at 160 CMH Road, just west of Clayton Homes.


City of Cumby bestows award for heroism to man who pulled another from burning truck

A young man was heralded Tuesday night by the city of Cumby “for his lifesaving actions” on July 29.


2010 Sulphur Springs High School Homecoming Court

Sulphur Springs High School presents the 2010 homecoming court. Students (front row) Bailee Petty, Alissa Welch, Connie Piasta, Melissa Phillips, (middle row) Abbey Eddins, Kristin Ramsey, Jalie Eppars, (back row) Caitlyn Nix, T’Kea Johnson and Megan Massey will contend for the title of SSHS Homecoming Queen this week. The winner will be announced at 6:40 p.m. Friday at Gerald Prim Stadium, before the homecoming football game. Staff Photo by Luis Noble

Water damage at hospital expected to be in the millions

Hospital Administrator Michael McAndrew said he still does not have an accurate estimate of the damages caused by a break in a three-inch water line that poured hundreds of thousands of gallons onto the hospital’s second floor last Wednesday.


Alzheimer’s mini walks set: Events to benefit Terrific Tuesdays

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Six local nursing homes, the Senior Citizens Center, Pilot Club and local citizens over the next two months will be busy walking to help raise funds to support Terrific Tuesday, a respite care program for people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or other brain-related disorders.

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