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Council buys building, bans ‘Jake Brakes,’ supports apartment projects

Following a brief closed-door session, Sulphur Springs city council authorized the purchase of a building at 218 Tomlinson St. for $28,000.

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Oscar Aguilar files for re-election to Place 3 seat; Chapman, Young indicate they won’t run for HCMH board again

Place 3 Sulphur Springs City Council incumbent Oscar Aguilar filed this morning to run for a third term on the panel.
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SSHS wins sweepstakes at Melissa UIL meet

Sulphur Springs High School University Interscholastic League Academic Team is off to a soaring start, earning three sweepstakes trophies during their first three meets of the UIL season.

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‘Jake Brakes,’ apartments, wastewater on tonight's City Council agenda

Sulphur Springs City Council members will address a wide variety of agenda items tonight, ranging from “Jake brakes” and gas rates to wastewater and the purchase of property.

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Brenda Dickey of Sulphur Springs wins trio of Laurie R. King books

More than 800 entries were received in the News-Telegram’s giveaway of Laurie R. King’s trio of books, “The Beekeeper’s Apprentice,” the debut novel in King's fictional 11-book series about Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes, “A Monstrous Regiment of Women” and “A Letter of Mary.” This morning, Sports Editor Don Wallace drew Brenda Dickey’s name from the entries. After the contest link appeared on Mary Russell’s Twitter page, entries were received from across the country, including California, Colorado, Oregon, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, New York and Virginia. The News-Telegram thanks Bantam Books and Picador Publishing for their participation in the contest and sends a special thank you to Laurie R. King for spreading the word about the competition
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