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Tactical squad removes man barricaded in pickup

The local tactical weapons squad was called out to a rural Hopkins County home Friday night after a man barricaded himself in a pickup and refused to come out.


DBA to host program Monday exploring free services offereed by PJC’s small business center

The Sulphur Springs Downtown Business Alliance is hosting a public meeting Monday for local entrepreneurs who are interested in learning how they can benefit from all the free services offered by a regional center designed to help small businesses thrive.


No job cuts expected for city staff; pragmatic planning has Sulphur Springs’ bottom line in good shape

Like the vast majority of North Texas cities, Sulphur Springs saw its sales tax check for this month fall, putting a slight dent in the year’s revenue projections. But unlike so many other Metroplex-area municipalities, city officials here aren’t sweating over job cuts to help make ends meet.

Emergency coordinator warns of dangerous heat wave; high pressure system pushing North Texas temps up to 108

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The city’s emergency management coordinator is warning local residents to heed warnings from the National Weather Service about the heat wave bearing down on North Texas. With apparent temperatures expected to eclipse 110 degrees in parts of the region, this is not the time to be doing any big jobs outdoors in the afternoon, said Robert Stidham, director of emergency management in Sulphur Springs.


Good ‘Neigh-bear’ makes sure kids are comforted at crime scenes; State Farm agent donates teddy bears to police

Children who come into contact with police officers will now receive a little bit of extra comfort, thanks to Brittany Wilson — she and the "Good Neigh-bear" (Wilson’s husband, Jeff, in costume) Thursday morning donated a box of 50 stuffed bears to Sulphur Springs Police Department.
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