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Hopkins County Commissioners concerned about flooded road

Almost a week has passed since torrential rains soaked the county forcing a number of roads to be closed. In that time, almost all of the flooded roads have been reopened with the exception of County Road 1120 west, one mile south of Brashear.


A Message for the Masses

Local women listen to former Sulphur Springs resident Sherrie Kulwicki speak at the Pilot Club of Sulphur Springs’ Spring Extravaganza Brunch. The event also included a silent auction, raffle and door prizes Saturday at the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center. Staff Photo by Luis Noble

Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County see growth in population, income

It’s been almost two years since the federal government began sending out data collected from the 2010 Census, and the Beltway body counters in Washington, D.C., still haven’t finished crunching all the numbers.


DA to seek death penalty in 2011 murder; plea offer of ‘capital life’ rejected

District Attorney Martin Braddy said Thursday morning he would be seeking the death penalty for a Mesquite man who rejected a proposed plea arrangement earlier this week.


Tragedy in Coleman Park: City worker trapped in manhole can’t be saved

A longtime Sulphur Springs city employee died Wednesday morning after being submerged in a sewer manhole in Coleman Park.

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