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Third Annual Motorcycle Fun Run ready to go for Saturday, April 25

Plans have been set in motion for the Third Annual Motorcycle Fun Run Saturday, April 25, hosted by Spokes For Hope, the Sulphur Springs chapter of the Christian Motorcycle Association.
Registration for the event begins at 8 a.m. with coffee and donuts at Shady Lake RV Park on Highway 19 south where riders will leave from on their 80-mile trek at 9 a.m.
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Eddie Arciga represents the best of a ‘team player’

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Eddie Arciga is a team player. Just ask Sulphur Springs High School’s Athletic Director Greg Owens and Fine Arts Director Charles McCauley, the two men who relied on Arciga’s skills during the past four football seasons.

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Fights, mayhem rule Saturday night in town

Saturday night was a raucous occasion in the city of Sulphur Springs, with officers from three agencies needed to fully patrol and respond to reports of fights, gunshots fired and general disorderly conduct in and around Pacific Park, according to arrest and offense reports by police.

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Bond sought for new facilities

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Would Sulphur Springs be state football champions if Royse City Independent School District hadn’t built a multi-purpose indoor athletic facility three years ago?

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Como-Pickton beginning new planning system

The way people, particularly children, receive and assimilate information is changing, so shouldn’t the process by which they are taught adapt along with them? Changing the education process is not a new concept, just one that needs to become more progressive to fit the needs of those it serves.
Educational institutions have to “move with the times” in order to fully serve those being taught. For example, chalk boards were used 20 and 30 years in the classroom.
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