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A glimpse into the past: Posey resident finds father’s dog tag

A local resident was wowed by what she found Saturday while sorting through a pile of rubble at her family’s home place in the Posey community — a precious piece of her late father’s history charred among the remains of the old trash burn pile.


Potato man lives: City finds own action unconstitutional

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The Potato House owner Sherry Cotten gathered with more than a dozen supporters at City Hall Tuesday evening, ready to fight the city over the survival of her business logo — a small potato-shaped man. The case was presented to the Zoning Board of Adjustments and the reason for the their decision was surprising to those who attended the public forum.


SSISD tracking former students, teachers

Sulphur Springs Independent School District’s Human Resources Department has been busy surveying seniors, recent graduates, staff, applicants, new teachers and staff. The school will continue to track these individuals for up to five years to help the district assess its effectiveness in providing education and programs to meet the needs of students, and to aid the district in retention and recruitment efforts.


Thefts: Lock your car doors

Sulphur Springs Police Chief Jay Sanders issued another reminder this morning about making sure vehicle doors are locked.


Housing boom leads to increase in property values

Property taxes are the largest source of local funding for schools, streets, police and fire protection in Hopkins County. According to the draft of the fiscal 2016 budget, the net taxable value for property in the county has increased by 3.2 percent this year. 

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