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Jobs, Ahoy

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Stacey Wetzel (left) and Jan Hawkins of Sulphur Springs Health and Rehabilitation set up shop Tuesday morning at Hopkins County Regional Civic Center for a career fair sponsored by Workforce Solutions of Northeast Texas. SSHR is also having a bake sale Friday to raise Funds for Alzheimers patients. The bake sale will offer sandwiches for $6 and baked goods like cookies, cakes and pies. All proceeds will go to Terrific Tuesdays program in Sulphur Springs. For more information or to order sandwiches, contact SSHR at 903-885-7668. Staff Photo Jon Lance

Campuses without communications Monday

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All campuses in Sulphur Springs Independent School District were without telephone service and network computer services for a few hours Monday due to a transformer problem at Sulphur Springs Independent School District Administration Building.


SSISD enrollment hits new record at 4,365 students

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Enrollment at Sulphur Springs Independent School District soared this year, marking at least the fourth year in a row that enrollment has fluctuated by at least 60 students.


A Passion for History: Sulphur Bluff grad Jackson Dailey travels the world

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Jackson Dailey’s passion for history and unwillingness to miss a single opportunity to learn about it have taken him across the world — twice. He also helped with an ongoing project to preserve oral recollections of area veterans’ service and is excited to have an active role in A&M-Commerce’s 125th anniversary celebration.


Carson Bryant to serve as trail boss for St. Jude ride

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Carson Bryant and his family know first hand how important St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is to kids battling cancer and other catastrophic diseases. The 3-year-old has been receiving treatment at St. Jude since he was diagnosis last fall with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

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