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Doing a Drug Take Back

Hopkins County Sheriff’s officials D.A.R.E. Deputy Brad Cummings and Deputy Major Willis sort a bag full of pills into a recepticle that will be disposed of by the Drug Enforcement Administration. Law enforcement officers collected almost 20 pounds of unwanted and unused prescription and over-the-counter medications for disposal Saturday at the sheriff’s office during a National Drug Take Back Day. For more information visit www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov. Staff Photo by Luis Noble

County Commissioners discuss DA’s budget, burn ban

After receiving some rain and with more in the forecast by Wednesday and Thursday, Hopkins County Commissioners Court Monday took another look at the burn ban currently in effect in the county through January, 2012.

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Cumby, Saltillo Relay for Life youth trick or treat to ‘scare cancer’

Cumby and Saltillo Relay for Life youth teams are getting a jump on fund raising for the annual event which benefits the American Cancer Society. They’re spending Monday asking people to help them “Scare Cancer” as they “trick or treat” for donations to RFL.

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Sulphur Bluff students keep rodeo all in the family

Not only did the Raine siblings Caleb, Tyler and Tori advanced to the Texoma Junior Rodeo Association Finals, but all three Sulphur Bluff youth earned recognition at  the McAlester, Okla., event.

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Neighbors: Shane Shepard, a man with a mission and vision

For many, the first time they heard the name Shane Shepard was two years ago when he was a candidate for Congress. Fewer still knew he has been a Sulphur Springs resident for several years.

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