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Sulphur Springs Public Library Summer Reading Program

From Sulphur Springs City Librarian Hope Cain Summer Reading Program is a long-awaited event for our families here in Hopkins County! The excitement leading up to and during the summer reading program is invaluable as it provides incentives and encouragement to children to keep reading over the summer.  Our goal ...

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Storms Kill Two In OK, Causes Lamar County Damage

Tornado on the ground in Lamar County. Photo by Lonnie Norton The tornado that prompted warnings in Lamar and Choctaw counties Wednesday evening has now blamed for at least two deaths in Oklahoma. Marshall County Emergency Management reports the deaths occurred after a massive tornado touched down in Madill at ...

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Sulphur Springs High School Val And Sal Announced

Sulphur Springs High School has announced the top two graduates for the class of 2020.   Sydney Washburn is the Valedictorian for the Senior Class of 2020. She is the daughter of  Troy and Kris Lopez and Scott and Ashley Washburn.  She will attend Baylor University and plans to be ...

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Titus County COVID 19 Update

COVID-19 case No. 12 for a Titus County resident was confirmed Wednesday. The patient is a woman between the ages of age 50-59. The source of the infection is unknown, and they think it is non-industry related. There is one confirmed recovery in the county, but it is unsure if ...

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Hopkins County Estimated Number Of COVID-19 Screenings

From information gathered from the majority of the healthcare partners in Hopkins County for the past 37 days, the information is as follows: Estimated number of screenings of COVID 19 sent off for definitive testing to either a Private Lab or Texas Department of State Health Services (TX-DSHS) are: There are ...

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Governor Abbott Provides Update On Job Openings

Governor Greg Abbott has provided an update on job openings in the Lone Star State and outlined resources for Texans seeking employment due to the economic effects of COVID-19. The Governor also announced that nearly 500,000 job openings are currently listed on WorkInTexas.com, a powerful online job matching and workforce solution ...

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COVID-19 Relief For Farmers, Ranchers

Texas A&M publication identifies federal COVID-19 relief as most applicable to agricultural producers. The Agricultural and Food Policy Center at Texas A&M University in College Station has developed a briefing paper that identifies provisions most applicable to agricultural producers in the three recent Congressional interventions to stimulate the economy and provide COVID-19 relief. “Texas ...

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Texas A&M-Texarkana Virus Expert Fights Ignorance About Coronavirus

COLLEGE STATION, Texas — The coronavirus behind the current pandemic is scary, but ignorance about it is even more frightening. That’s why Dr. Benjamin Neuman, head of Texas A&M University-Texarkana’s biology department, has been so busy lately trying to answer questions from journalists around the world, as well as children. ...

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Sulphur Springs ISD Head Start/Pre-K Registration

Head Start/Pre-K…The Sky’s the Limit! SSISD 2020-21 Head Start & Pre-K Registration Douglass Early Childhood Learning Center 600 Calvert Street Sulphur Springs, Texas 75482 903.885.4516 (Phone); 903.439.1181 (Fax)   DOCUMENTS NEEDED IN ORDER TO REGISTER YOUR CHILD: Parent ID/Driver’s License Household Income — (2019 Tax Returns, 2019 W-2 Forms) If ...

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