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Free lunch programs being offered at Travis, Como-Pickton schools

Como-Pickton school officials announced this week that the district will be offering free lunches to children up to age 18 this summer as part of Texas Department of Agriculture’s Summer Nutrition Program. A similar program is also offered at Travis Elementary School in Sulphur Springs.


Blasting Off

Emily Trusty (left) turns on the water hose Monday afternoon so Douglas fifth grader Fernando Cardona can test the bottle rocket he built for class. Douglas students, either individually or in groups of up to three, were tasked with constructing a rocket, which illustrates Newton’s third law of motion, for science class.

Early voting off to a slow start in council runoff - Bradley Edge, Clay Walker vying for Place 2 seat

Early voting was light on the first day of balloting in the runoff between incumbent Clay Walker and challenger Bradley Edge for the final undecided seat on the panel.


Local school boards to meet

Two local school board were slated to hold called meetings this week, Yantis later this afternoon and Sulphur Springs on Wednesday.


Sulphur Bluff's Beary Best Bears

The entirety of Sulphur Bluff Elementary School’s first and second grade classes were named the school’s “Beary Best Bears” last week for being well behaved and picking up litter during their field trip to Kid’s Kingdom the week before. Pictured left to right are (front row) Spencer Bertko, Kaylee Kerby, Brittney Dyer, Dori Sales, Luz Correa, Tanner Carpenter, Tori Raine, (second row) Jeffrey Burleson, Jada Wade, Sam Foley, Caleb Short, Kacey White, Montana Hurley, Trinity Roberts, (third row) Ally Collett, Maddie Dorner, Maci Buckland, Hunter Carpenter, Joanna Correa, Olivia Victor, Ishmeal Wade, (back row) Tyler Neal, Garret Young, Hailey Fouse, David Rosas, Katlyn White, Zachary Dyer and Dylan Flowers.
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