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Thermo Mine to continue operations for now; court delays implementation of EPA rule

Thermo and Winfield coal mines and the Monticello Power Plant will continue operations following action by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia on Friday granting a stay of an Environmental Protection Agency “Cross-State Air Pollution Rule” that was to have become effective Sunday.

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Foy Williams stepping down from SSISD board, citing health issues

Foy Williams has resigned his post as trustee for Sulphur Springs Independent School District, citing health reasons for the decision.

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Neighbors: Stars have an undefinable commodity; when Denise Stuart sits down at the piano, she unquestionably has ‘it’

When the North East Texas Choral Society takes the stage twice year for its spring and Christmas concerts, some of the loudest applause often comes not for a singer but one of its three accompanists.

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First step taken Friday toward construction of veterans memorial on downtown square

Groundbreaking for the long-awaited Hopkins County Veterans Memorial was held more than a year ago, but the first real signs of construction could be seen in downtown Sulphur Springs Friday morning.

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Hotel tax on agenda for first City Council meeting of 2012

Sulphur Springs City Council will have its first meeting of the new year Tuesday evening, Jan. 3, and will hear, on second and final reading, an ordinance that amends the city's tax code regarding the hotel occupancy tax.

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