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Local veterinarian to represent Hopkins County at nat’l GOP convention

For Dr. John Allen, a noted Hopkins County veterinarian, his selection as an alternate delegate representing the 4th Congressional District of Texas and Hopkins County at the National Republican Party Convention in Tampa, Fla, is a lifelong dream come true.

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Children removed from home following drug arrests

A deputy who happened upon a stolen vehicle arrested three people on felony drug charges Monday, leading to two children being removed from a home on County Road 1193.

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New boundaries drawn for SSISD elementary campuses

Sulphur Springs independent School District had not rezoned its elementary attendance boundaries since the district had five elementary schools, but a new zone map has been drawn to be more equitable for the three community elementary schools, which will house first and second graders next year.

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Cub Scouts partnering with Goodwill for donation drive

Cub Scout Troop 69 is partnering with Goodwill Industries Inc. to host the Second Annual Donation Drive next weekend.
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Area author Jim Ainsworth’s newest novel due for wide release Tuesday

(Left to right) Wilma Moss, Elizabeth Young and Pat Lawrence, members of the Bright Star Literary Society, recently attended Jim Ainsworth’s book launch party for his new release, “Go Down Looking” (Tate Publishing — $23.99). The event was held at the Alumni Center on the campus of Texas A&M University-Commerce. The book, due for wide release on Tuesday, is the fourth in a fiction-based-on-fact series about the Rivers family of Delta County. Lawrence and her husband, Trice, served as two of Ainsworth’s first readers, checking text for continuity, content and typographical errors. To order, visit www.jimainsworth.com or www.amazon.com. Staff Photo by Terry Mathews
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