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Hope’s House SSHS class of ’76 hosting community party and benefit

The Sulphur Springs High School class of 1976 is throwing a huge party Jan. 23 at Classic Lanes Bowling for a great cause and the whole community is invited. 


2 incumbents file for school board

The first day of filing for candidacy in Sulphur Springs Independent School District Board of Trustees election began with two incumbents filing applications.


Fallen Hero Early registration for Higgins Warrior Run nears

Runners from around the state and country will gather in April to remember a local fallen hero and raise funds to help other service personnel. As an added incentive for participants to sign up early, special registration rates apply starting this month.


Portions of courthouse are open carry

Editor’s Note: This is the latest in a series of articles explaining the nuances of the new open carry handgun law.

 Texas law has long prohibited all guns in courtrooms and offices used by court officials. In the past, entire buildings have been declared gun-free zones, but through a recent opinion by Texas Attorney General Kent Paxton, that is no longer the case. 


ATF assisting in Toliver Ford fire investigation

Federal officers are helping Sulphur Springs Fire Department in an attempt to determine the cause of a Jan. 15 early morning fire that destroyed Brian Toliver Ford’s shop, showroom and sales areas.

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