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Western supper added to National Day of the American Cowboy celebration

A special cowboy supper has been added to the events at this year’s National Day of the American Cowboy, set for Saturday, July 23, at Heritage Park.


City on pace for lowestcrime rate of century

Crime in Sulphur Springs was the lowest it’s been in 12 years during the first six months of the year. For the first time this century there were fewer than 100 crimes reported in the city, five fewer in the seven major crime reporting categories from which the rate is figured, according to data collected and compiled by Sulphur Springs Police Department.


Volunteer fireman reportedly overcome by heat while responding to blaze

County firefighters responded to two house fires in less than 12 hours in extreme heat, with one volunteer at the scene sent to the hospital to re-hydrate after reportedly becoming overheated. No residents were reported to have been injured in the fires, however.


Streets getting makeover before two-way traffic begins on July 24

Over the next week, downtown streets will be getting a new surface in advance of the switch to two-way traffic patterns on July 24.


Red River searched for missing Melissa Darling

More than 30 officers from Texas and Oklahoma law enforcement agencies have been involved in a search along the Red River for Melissa VcVay Darling of Sulphur Springs, who has been missing for over a month.

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