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Area author Jim Ainsworth’s newest novel due for wide release Tuesday

(Left to right) Wilma Moss, Elizabeth Young and Pat Lawrence, members of the Bright Star Literary Society, recently attended Jim Ainsworth’s book launch party for his new release, “Go Down Looking” (Tate Publishing — $23.99). The event was held at the Alumni Center on the campus of Texas A&M University-Commerce. The book, due for wide release on Tuesday, is the fourth in a fiction-based-on-fact series about the Rivers family of Delta County. Lawrence and her husband, Trice, served as two of Ainsworth’s first readers, checking text for continuity, content and typographical errors. To order, visit www.jimainsworth.com or www.amazon.com. Staff Photo by Terry Mathews

Retiring counselor Patsy Evans had an uncanny knack for getting C-P students to stay in school

Some people say they knew early on what they wanted to do in life, Patsy Evans has written proof to back up her claim.


SSISD reconfigures elementary zone map

Parents of first and second graders will want to pay special attention to the information being presented at Monday night’s Sulphur Springs Independent School District board meeting.

Petition drive under way for local option election

Two petitions calling for elections, one for the sale of beer and wine in grocery and convenince stores, the other allowing restaurants to sell mixed drinks without a private club license, are being circulated in Sulphur Springs by a special purpose political action committee.

Summer school classes at SSHS begin Monday

Sulphur Springs High School students who failed or who were at risk of  failing one of the core subjects should check their final grades to see if they need to enroll in summer school, school officials said.

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