North Hopkins Independent School District may be losing its long-time superintendent to retirement this summer, but not to worry. The school board has selected another long-time Hopkins County resident, just one who hails from a bit further down the highway.
At some point, most children wish to fly. This Saturday youths between the ages of 8 and 17 will have an opportunity to experience for themselves just what it feels like to lift off from the ground and soar into the clouds during the Young Eagles Program.
City Council members Tuesday night approved issuing $4.4 million in bonds to fund downtown improvements.
A fund has been established to assist the family of a Hopkins County man who died in a motor vehicle crash with funeral expenses.