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Neighborhood Watch program to be presented at Trinity Oaks neighborhood

In Texas, one property crime occurs every 33 seconds, according to Rex Morgan, crime prevention specialist for Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office.


City staff enters into franchise fee negotiations

While city tax revenues and proceeds from the sale of water are subject to change from year to year, franchise fees are negotiated every 20 years or so,  and Sulphur Springs city staff have begun that process with two utility providers, according to City Manager Marc Maxwell.

Five dates set to take credit by exam tests

Local students hoping to test out of or make up a course will soon have opportunities to do so at Sulphur Springs schools. Five dates have been established between Aug. 4, 2010, and June 9, 2011, for credit by exam tests.


First Baptist facility covering 70,000 square feet promises to live up to its ‘multi-purpose’ label

First Baptist Church of Sulphur Springs has begun construction on a new multi-purpose facility that will be a welcome addition to the downtown area.


ATCOG supports $350,000 grant to repair roads, bridges damaged by heavy rains

An application for a $350,000 grant for disaster relief funds to repair roads and bridges in Hopkins County received unanimous support Thursday morning from Ark-Tex Council of Governments’ board of directors.

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