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SAFE-T in need of volunteers

Rockdale Baptist Church’s youth are as giving of their time and efforts as the many volunteers who help staff agencies such as SAFE-T, which the youth group designated to benefit from their fall carnival.


Working Together: Agreement could free up unused land for housing

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A local non-profit corporation created to boost the housing prospects of low and moderate income families may have taken a big step toward finding more land to develop homes in the city of Sulphur Springs.


Update on SSMS student

The Sulphur Springs Middle School student rushed to East Texas Medical Center one week ago after being found in need of medical attention continues to show positive signs of improvement, school officials said Monday morning.


Grant of $30,000 outfits Como-Pickton classrooms, buses with two-way radios

Como-Pickton Consolidated Independent School District is now better equipped to handle any incidents or emergency situations that may arise thanks to a Homeland Security Grant.


Remembering the Women Air Force Service Pilots of WWII

American air power during World War II was fortified by the mighty  B-26s and B-29s flown in air raids throughout the Pacific in 1941. Legions of accounts have been documented of airmen and their experiences in the deadly air battles that took many lives. However, history tells another story, one hidden for more than 60 years. It was recently revealed that the U.S. Air Force trained women (Women Airforce Service Pilots) to fly military aircraft, including B-26 and B-29 bombers, in World War II.

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