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Sulphur Bluff's Beary Best Bears

The entirety of Sulphur Bluff Elementary School’s first and second grade classes were named the school’s “Beary Best Bears” last week for being well behaved and picking up litter during their field trip to Kid’s Kingdom the week before. Pictured left to right are (front row) Spencer Bertko, Kaylee Kerby, Brittney Dyer, Dori Sales, Luz Correa, Tanner Carpenter, Tori Raine, (second row) Jeffrey Burleson, Jada Wade, Sam Foley, Caleb Short, Kacey White, Montana Hurley, Trinity Roberts, (third row) Ally Collett, Maddie Dorner, Maci Buckland, Hunter Carpenter, Joanna Correa, Olivia Victor, Ishmeal Wade, (back row) Tyler Neal, Garret Young, Hailey Fouse, David Rosas, Katlyn White, Zachary Dyer and Dylan Flowers.

Grand Jury hands down 45 indictments in April session

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The Hopkins County Grand Jury during its April session approved at least 45 indictments against 36 people. Charges ranged from controlled substance offenses, trademark counterfeiting, fraud and drunk driving to endangering of a child and aggravated robbery. A handful of individuals were also charged with multiple offenses.

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Shoes for Souls donation

Water Oak preschool students and teachers Shelia Jenkins (left) and Cynthia Piasta (right) proudly display a check representing the $771.90 in coins they collected as part of Buckner International’s Shoes for Soles program Thursday. The Shoes for Soles project helps provide shoes for orphans throughout the world.

East Texas Goes Green

“East Texas Goes Green” supporters Collyn McClendon, Eric Austin, Jim Roberts, Jeff Post, Jim Heifferich, Dawn Morgan, Moose Morgan, Alex Hammons  and Lindsey Watkins gather for a photo during the event Saturday. In an effort to bring environmental consciousness to the citizens of Hopkins County, a group of companies including State Farm Insurance and Farmers Electric Cooperative gathered to give advice on going green, collected paper and computer monitors to recycle, and sold merchandise at a discounted rates. The participants hope this becomes an annual affair.

SSHS UIL team does ‘very well’ at state meet

Sulphur Springs High School had four students place and two teams recognized for their accomplishments at the State Academic University Interscholastic League Meet last week in Austin.

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