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RSVP Banquet Honors Volunteers

Two Hopkins County women were recognized for the tireless hours they donate to serve others in the community. A facility manned mostly by senior citizens for people age 50 and up also was honored during the RSVP Annual Spring Awards Banquet.

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Walking the Walk: Relay For Life surpasses $100K goal

Despite sporadic showers overnight and this morning, a few teams braved the elements to the soggy end, trooping on for what was a successful Relay For Life.

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TOUGH LOVE: Paula Altenbaumer earned a reputation for pushing her students to achieve in the classroom, but she’s been their friend and champion, too

No one would ever call Paula Altenbaumer a pushover in the classroom. In fact, the 31-year educator admits to being tough on her students, giving the middle schoolers she teaches that extra push when needed to achieve their full potential. “I’m hard. I push them,” the Sulphur Springs Middle School science teacher said. “I expect the best they can do.”

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Autumn Keiss wins News-Telegram arts education contest

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Autumn Keiss, the 18-year old daughter of Larry and Kayla Keiss, won a ticket to see the world premiere of “Moby Dick” at the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House on Sunday, May 2.

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Leo St. Clair Music Box Collection at Sulphur Springs Library a ‘pleasing diversion’

Webster notes that a diversion as something that diverts or amuses. By way of their novelty, to a great extent, music boxes are not only a unique auditory diversion from some of the more frequently experienced diversions like television or radio, but likewise are just plain pleasing to look at.

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