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Nothing to stew about: Trio of buses will shuttle people non-stop between Stew Contest and Fall Festival events

Meredith Caddell is finding that many people are excited about moving the Annual World Champion Hopkins County Stew Contest from the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center grounds to Buford Park, but some are also apprehensive.

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Bank leaders to discuss how they’ve adapted to stormy economic climate

The Sulphur Springs Downtown Business Alliance is expecting a decent crowd for its monthly meeting Monday night both because of the nature of the planned discussion and the guest speakers.

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These colors don't run

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The flags of Hopkins County Sheriff’s Posse held their colors during a downpour at the 2009 Fall Festival Parade. Saturday’s rain did not deter from the parade kicking off the 40th anniversary of the festival with style and a dash of patriotism.

Chris Barton: Stringing words together seemed like the thing to do

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Sulphur Springs native Chris Barton will make a swing through town next Friday to promote his new children’s book, “The Day-Glo Brothers.” The 1989 Sulphur Springs High School valedictorian now lives in Austin with his wife and two young sons.

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StarNite shifts focus - partners with local non-profit organizations

StarNite has long been a tradition, the culmination of the Hopkins County Fall Festival, featuring entertainment and the Cover Girl contest. Over the years, the Fall Fest has had the privilege of hosting many stars as they began their rise to fame, more recent among them Brad Paisley and Blake Shelton.

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