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Fall Festival Kick Off

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FRIDAY, OCT. 10 5:30 p.m. — Homecoming activities for Sulphur Springs High School at Prim Stadium. 6 p.m. — Wildcats vs. Greenville, game time moved up due to weather threat. SATURDAY, OCT. 11 8 a.m. — Hopkins County EMS Passionately Pink for the Cure 5K fun run, Buford Park. 8 a.m. — Sunrise Market downtown. 4 p.m. — SS Worldwide Photo Walk, starting at City Hall. 6 p.m. — Battle of the Bands at Muddy Jake’s Backyard. Top two open for Fall Festival concert. 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. — Celebration Market downtown. MONDAY, OCT. 13 1 p.m. — Fall Festival Golf Tournament at SS Country Club. TUESDAY, OCT. 14 9 a.m. to noon — Senior Expo at Church of the Nazarene. THURSDAY, OCT. 16 11 a.m. — Texas Tech flag hoisted downtown for winning Fly Your Flag contest for Lights of Life campaign. SATURDAY, OCT. 18 10 a.m. — Fall Festival parade, starting at Buford Park.

Fly Your Flag

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2014 Lights of Life Campaign members promote the “Fly Your Flag” fundraiser Thursday morning during the “Moose in the Morning Show” on 107.1 Thunder Country with host Moose Morgan (left). Pictured are (l-r) Jerry Voss, Leesa and Brian Toliver, Michael Lamb, Mikki Eddins and Jackie Thornton. Texas Tech University won this year’s bid with $3,840 with Texas A&M-Commerce coming in second with $2,340. The Texas Tech flag will be raised at noon Thursday, Oct. 16, on Celebration Plaza downtown. Lunch on the square will also be offered during that time from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. with hamburgers, chips, cookie and drink for $5. The funds raised will be used to purchase three additional telemedicine machines, flex coils for an MRI machine and a new vehicle for EMS at Hopkins County Memorial Hospital. Any extra funds will be given to the hospital legacy endowment fund.

Class size waivers requested from TEA for Sulphur Springs primary campuses

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A request will be submitted to Texas Education Agency which would allow Sulphur Springs Independent School District to exceed the one-to-22 teacher student classroom ratio at all three primary campuses.

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Point man arrested for motorcyle theft, prohibited weapon

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A Point man was taken in custody Tuesday morning in Lindale for theft of a motorcycle he is believed to have stolen from a Hopkins County residence in the pre-dawn hours Tuesday. The investigation into the theft resulted in information investigators believe links another man to a motorcycle theft from a Sulphur Springs building, too.

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Local 4-H kids are honored at banquet

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nt100814-Gold-star-2014.jpgHopkins County 4-H recently held a banquet to recognize a few outstanding young people. Top awards were Rookie of the Year, Outstanding Junior, Outstanding Intermediate and the Gold Star.

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