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Another mosquito tests positive for West Nile virus in Commerce

Another mosquito has tested positive for West Nile Virus in Commerce, according to a spokesman for the city of Commerce.

Both Commerce and Texas A&M University-Commerce have been testing mosquitos for various diseases and, last week, were notified...


Horseshoe tourney and fish fry for cancer patient

Hopkins County local Ty Funderburk, a family man, is struggling with a debilitating cancer and needs some financial help. To solve the situation, his ...

Sellers to be featured speaker at ET geneological seminar

Hopkins County historian John A. Sellers will be the featured speaker at East Texas Genealogical Society's Annual Fall Seminar scheduled Sept. 11-12, ...

County tax rate to increase to meet jail expense

Although Hopkins County commissioners are still deep in budget workshop sessions, County Judge Robert Newsom said that county residents will be seeing...

SB Scholarship Foundation plans annual fundraiser

Sulphur Bluff Scholarship Foundation is gearing up for the group’s annual fundraiser next month. This year’s dinner will be a little bit different. In...


Cats go for win in opener

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