A New Mexico man was sentence Wednesday in the 8th Judicial District Court to serve 15 years in prison for robbing a disabled man and 10 years for engaging in organized criminal activity. The terms are to be served concurrently.
Some big names in the business will be donating their time and skills to help host clinics and judge all-around stock horse competitions this weekend at Hopkins County Regional Civic Center during the Stock Horse of Texas (SHOT) Stock Horse Versatility Clinic and Competition.
Hopkins County Judge Cletis Millsap said the county jail scored well on a surprise inspection on Tuesday, although the local facility is still under a remedial order from the state jail standards commission. “The sheriff and the others have done a good job,” Millsap said.
Hopkins County Emergency Medical Services this week is putting its communications operators through an advanced class to improve their dispatch skills, and will implement the final phase of computer system upgrades in the hospital’s call center.