The annual Hopkins County Special Olympics is set for Friday, despite rain looming in the forecast. The event will have hundreds of athletes from 13 schools competing at the Sulphur Springs High School track for gold medals and glory.
Sulphur Springs High School agriculture department will be buzzing all day Friday with teams from 11 schools, including Sulphur Springs, competing in the annual Barbecue Build Off and cooking contest.
This Saturday, letter carriers at the Sulphur Springs Post Office will join postal carriers across the nation for the 24th Annual Stamp Out Hunger program.
The Relay for Life main event begins Friday evening in the hopes of raising $68,000 for cancer research. For RFL Event Chair Amber Henry, the fight to raise as many funds as possible is personal.
For 26 years, actor David Woody has graced the stage at Main Street Theatre. In preparation for Thursday’s debut of “Tuna Does Vegas,” Woody thinks back on decades of experience and lessons learned.
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