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Annual St. Jude ride set Saturday, Nov. 8

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Cancer is something that affects us all, whether personally or its affect on those we know and love. The impact, it often seems, is felt even more strongly when young people, especially children are diagnosed with the deadly disease.


SSISD announces early release Friday, Sept. 12

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Sullphur Springs Independent School District will release all students from classes at 12:50 p.m. Friday, Sept. 12, to allow elementary teachers to conduct required Title I parent conferences beginning at 1 p.m.


Arrest made in Hampton Inn fire

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    A laborer at Hampton Inn was arrested after confessing to using fireworks to start a fire in the hotel maintenance room Friday afternoon. The hotel was evacuated and no one was reported to have been injured as a result of the incident.


Givin’ Back to Gary Mac - Law enforcement officers to help one of their own

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Hopkins County and Sulphur Springs law enforcement officers are partnering to help one of their own.

The officers, along with local firefighters and emergency medical services, will be participating in events this month to benefit Hopkins County Sheriff’s Lt. Gary K. McLarry or Gary Mac as he’s known in the law enforcement community.



Hopkins County Judge Robert Newsom (left) presented Sulphur Springs native Tyrik Rollison with a proclamation from the county commissioners court Thursday night honoring the Texas A&M-Commerce quarterback with "Tyrik Rollison Day." From left are Newsom, Rollison and his parents, Brenda Rollison and Michael Kelly. Rollison led the Lions to a record-setting 98-20 win over East Texas Baptist. See related coverage in Sports on Page 8. Photo by Don Wallace

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