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SSISD staff to attend weekend reading, language arts seminar in the fall

Sulphur Springs Independent School District will be sending 59 district employees to The Daily Five and Café training next fall to supplement English language arts and reading curriculum.


Titus County woman found guilty in kidnapping of her husband

She may still face charges in his death

A Titus County jury last week found Samantha Nicole Wohlford guilty of aggravated kidnapping in the 2015 abduction and murder of her husband, Earnest Lee Ibarra.


Author Ainsworth to release two new books on Tuesday

Popular area author Jim Ainsworth will launch two books, including a new novel, on Tuesday, March 28. Ainsworth and Season of Harvest Publications announce the publication of Jim’s eighth novel, “Circle of Hurt.”


Local driver’s license office closing during renovation

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The Sulphur Springs Driver’s License Office will be closed for about a month, beginning at 5 p.m. Thursday, March 23, while it undergoes renovations.

The Texas Department of Public Safety announced the closing this week. The revamped Sulphur Springs office will feature upgrades designed to enhance customer flow and efficiency. The office is expected to reopen to the public in late April.

During the renovation period, DPS is encouraging customers in the area to visit the Greenville Driver’s License Office, located at 2801 Stuart St., Room 408, in Greenville, or the Mount Pleasant Driver’s License Office, located at 1906 North Jefferson St. in Mount Pleasant.

For more information about these offices, visit www.dps.texas.gov/administration/driver_licensing_control/rolodex/search.asp.

Many Texans are eligible to take advantage of online services for driver’s license/ID card renewals, duplicates or address changes available at Texas.gov. Customers can also renew by phone at 1-866-357-3639.

The eligibility requirements for phone renewal and online renewal are the same. The fee is the same for online, in-person and telephone renewals.

Note: Customers may renew their driver’s license/Texas ID card one year prior to their expiration date and choose a convenient time that fits their schedule.

Court-at-Law Judge Amy Smith will not run again

Judge Amy Smith said this week that she will not seek another term on the bench of Hopkins County Court-at-Law, a post she has held for more than two decades.

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