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SSISD applying for more funds for transportation

Sulphur Springs Independent School District is rewording its transportation policy so that it may apply for some additional funding the district wasn’t able to receive from the state in the past. However, this will not change students’ ability to ride buses home. All SSISD students can ride a bus, regardless of the proximity of the child’s address to school.

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North Hopkins ISD to hold Title I meeting Thursday, Meet the teacher Aug. 20

North Hopkins Independent School District staff is back and in full swing, getting everything ready for the start of the fall semester.

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Hudson receives maximum penalty

The trial of Chase Craig Hudson concluded Wednesday evening with a jury sentencing the 34-year-old Sulphur Springs man to 20 years in prison for injury to an elderly person, following two hours of deliberations.

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Public hearings set for city tax revenue increase; current tax rate of 44 cents will raise 3.2 percent more revenue

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The Sulphur Springs City Council on Tuesday set dates for two public hearings associated with an increase in the taxable values of residential properties. 

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Chase Hudson found guilty of injuring grandfather; faces up to 20 year prison sentence

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A Hopkins County jury Tuesday afternoon found Chase Craig Hudson guilty of injury to an elderly person, his grandfather, on Aug. 6, 2014. The sentencing phase of trial continued Wednesday morning, with prosecutors calling Hudson’s family members and law enforcement officers to the stand.

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