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Update on SSMS project should give board better idea when facility will be ready for classes

Sulphur Springs school trustees should have a better idea Monday night whether a new campus for sixth through eighth grades will be ready for classes when the second semester begins.

Hospice workers say quality end-of-life care isn't about how you die; it’s about how you live

Hospice care is for dying people. It’s where you go when there’s no hope, when you’ve given up. It’s all gloom and doom, and forget about talking with anyone, because they keep you so doped up you’re in a constant fog. Plus, who would want to go to a place like that when you could spend you last days at home?

Wrong, wrong, wrong.


SSISD climbs to second in voting for $50,000 grant

Sulphur Springs Independent School District has jumped eight spots over the past week in the quest to win a $50,000 grant to buy new playground equipment for the campus that is scheduled to house all third- and fourth-graders in the district next year.


Federal court changes political filing period

Planning on being a candidate for a county or state office in the primary elections? If you are still contemplating throwing your hat in the political ring, a United States District Court has given you a bit more time before you have to make that decision.


A Dog’s Best Friend: For Karen Lopez, it’s all about the animals

It was love at first sight for veterinary technician Karen Lopez and Stevie Ray, a 16-year-old Siberian Husky who belongs to Clint and Danna Bain.
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