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Storm brings some relief from heat wave, drops temps 25 degrees Wednesday afternoon

Hopkins County was under both a heat advisory advisory until 9 p.m. today and a hazardous weather outlook for storms, one day after a weather front dropped temperatures by 25 degrees in less than two hours.


Slight decline in city’s tax rate expected

Many governmental entities are struggling to stretch dollars to meet their needs, but the city of Sulphur Springs is looking forward to a reduced tax rate.


Pct. 3 Commissioner Don Patterson won’t seek another term in 2012

Precinct 3 County Commissioner Don Patterson said Tuesday morning he would not run for another term in office.


Enrollment up 3.3 percent at SSISD

More students were enrolled at Sulphur Springs Independent School District on the first day of class this year than last, rising about 3.3 percent.


Staking out an artful parking spot

Dustin “Red” Wallace helps Sulphur Springs High School junior Ally Eddins paint her parking spot Saturday in readiness for the first day of school Monday. Staff Photo by Luis Noble
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