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FM 900 bridges re-open

Bridges on FM 900 at White Oak Creek and White Oak Relief Creek have been re-opened to traffic as construction work to replace a number of bridges in the county continues.


SSMS sends nine to region honor choir

Nine students from Sulphur Springs Middle School were recognized last month for their choral achievements. Each participated in the Region IV Honor Choir.


Dedicated public servant Robert Stidham retires

After a career that spaned 36 years in law enforcement, Sulphur Springs Assistant Police Chief Robert Stidham is taking off his badge and hanging up his Colt.


Alan Screws files for Precinct 3 Commissioner

Alan Screws recently filed as a candidate for the Republican nomination in the March 2012 party primary for Hopkins County Precinct 3 Commissioner, a position currently held by Don Patterson. The long-time commissioner announced earlier this year that he is retiring from public office and thus, would not seek another term as commissioner.


Harve Chapman’s left an indelible mark on North Texas, failing at only one goal he’s set for himself: Retirement

There’s no single agreed origin for the surname Chapman, but everybody does acknowledge it has to do with business. It may have come from the Old High German choufman, a name for a trader, or the Saxon word ceapan, meaning to buy or sell. In the Middle Ages, a chapman was a person who sold pamphlets for wide audiences.

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