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Recycling lessons

Cub Scouts from Den 1, Pack 77, are coordinating a new juice pouch
recycling project at Bowie Elementary. Second graders Evan Latimer, Gavin Gilbert, Travis Pundt, Legacy McDowell, Jonathan McGaha and Blake Talmage explain to the pack how recycling can benefit their school, Pack 77 and the planet. All Bowie students are encouraged to donate juice pouches this spring in the designated container.

Nacogdoches’ Top Girl Scout Cookie seller has roots in Hopkins County

Shyla Shardae Driver has been named top seller for Girl Scout Brownie Troop #1406, San Jacinto Council in Nacogdoches, Texas. Shyla sold 419 boxes of cookies. She is the granddaughter of Pamela Sanders Clayton and Jerry Clayton, and the great-granddaughter of Cassie Clayton, all of Sulphur Springs.

Freshman Spirit Squad

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Next year’s Wildcat freshmen cheerleaders (from front to back) LaBrandis Adams, Ally Eddins, Grace Anderson, Jena Garrison, Emily Brackhahn and Kayla Henry turn on the charm while enjoying their last few months in Sulphur Springs Middle School.

Health Care Foundation turns the spotlight on Lights of Life supporters to say 'Thank You'

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The food was good, but nothing extravagant — pork tenderloin, dips and crackers, sliced pineapple and melon — and the room was tastefully appointed, with white tablecloths and a simple flower arrangement. The Hopkins County Health Care Foundation could have gone overboard Tuesday night when its members hosted a reception for sponsors of the Lights of Life campaign and gala, and they would have been justified. The donors they invited were hardly skinflints, but people who regularly give tens of thousands of dollars to help the foundation, not to mention countless other charities in Hopkins County.

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StarNite changes should keep more money in Hopkins County while helping charitable groups

StarNite is always a big topic of conversation for the Fall Festival Board, and the March meeting was no exception.

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