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Sulphur Springs News

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Gasoline Down For Holiday?

Com’on now, it’s a Tesla Statewide gas prices have dropped even with 3.2 million Texans planning to travel during the Memorial Day weekend. According to the AAA Texas Weekend Gas Watch, the statewide gas price average in Texas is $4.26 for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel. That price is …

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Texas Lottery To Celebrate 30 Years Of Winning

AUSTIN – A year-long celebration culminates May 29, when the Texas Lottery officially observes the 30th anniversary of its startup. On May 29, 1992, the first lottery purchase in Texas was made 47 days ahead of schedule when then-Gov. Ann Richards bought the first ticket – a Lone Star Millions scratch …

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Paris Police Report For Thursday (May 26)

Clint Kyle Wehrmann Paris Police stopped a vehicle in the 300-block of NW 19th Wednesday afternoon at 2:32 for displaying expired registration. The officer smelled marijuana, and the driver, Clint Kyle Wehrmann, 39, of Ladonia, admitted to possibly having drugs in the vehicle. The officer located marijuana and more than …

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Richardson ISD Student Arrested After Gun Found In Vehicle

Wednesday morning at 10:55, the Richardson Police Department received a phone call from a business in the 1500-block of East Spring Valley Road reporting a male holding what appeared to be a rifle. They last saw the male walking toward Berkner High School, located at 1600 East Spring Valley Road. …

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O’Rourke Storms Information Session On Uvalde Massacre

Governor Greg Abbott says Salvador Ramos, the 18-year-old shooter responsible for the school massacre in Uvalde, posted on Facebook about 30 minutes before going to the school that he would kill his grandmother and shoot up the elementary school. During the update, Abbott’s Democratic opponent for Governor, Beto O’rourke, crashed …

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Cruz Says School Doors Should Be Locked

Senator Ted Cruz Texas Senator Ted Cruz says they could have prevented the shooting at the elementary school in Uvalde if they had locked the back door. He says there should be one door that goes in and out of schools, and he wants to see armed officers stationed at …

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Texas Baptist Men Sending Chaplains To Uvalde

Texas Baptist Men is sending volunteers from North Texas to Uvalde. TBM Director of Disaster Relief David Wells says volunteer chaplains offer support to the grieving community. Volunteers from San Antonio, Houston, and Corpus Christi are joining those from Collin County. They’re assessing the need first and could send for …

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Hopkins County Jail Bookings

James Frank Neel Hopkins County Deputies and Sulphur Springs Police executed a warrant at the home of 75-year-old James Frank Neel. Authorities reportedly found overwhelming evidence of child pornography on Neel’s computer. They arrested him for possession and promotion of child pornography without setting a bond. They expect Neel to …

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Baby Wipes And Onesie Drive In Sulphur Springs

Heritage Home Health and Hospice host a baby wipe and onesie drive benefitting Heart of Hope, a pregnancy resource center in Sulphur Springs. You may donate baby wipes and white onesies, sizes 0-3 months, by dropping them off at Heritage Home Health & Hospice at 1325 Shannon Rd. in Sulphur …

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Paris Police Report For Wednesday (May 25)

Paris Police arrested a 15-year-old male at 4:46 Tuesday afternoon in connection with a shooting in the 1700-block of Hubbard St. on May 19, 2022. The warrant for his arrest charged the juvenile male with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He was booked and then transported to a juvenile …

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Massacre At Uvalde Elementary School

Robb Elementary School A mass shooting at a Uvalde, Texas’ elementary school killed 19 children and two teachers. Hospitals treated both students and adults for injuries, and officers killed the suspected gunman Salvador Ramos, 18. The DPS reports that the incident began with a family disturbance where the suspect allegedly …

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Texas Primary Runoff Results

In the Texas primary election runoffs – Incumbent Attorney General Ken Paxton overwhelmingly defeated challenger George P. Bush for the GOP nomination; Democrat voters chose Mike Collier over Michelle Beckly for the Lt. Governor nomination. Dawn Buckingham won the Republican nomination for Land Commissioner and will face Democratic nominee Jay …

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Some Name Changes For US Army Bases

A congressional commission has made some recommendations to change the names of nine Army bases around the country, all named for Confederate generals. The panel wants to rename Ft. Hood Fort Cavazos in honor of General Richard Cavazos from Kingsville. Fort Gordon in Georgia would honor President Dwight Eisenhower from …

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Pedestrian Run Over By Hunt County Deputy

A 19-year-old pedestrian died Monday night after a Hunt County Deputy’s patrol vehicle struck and killed him while walking along FM 751 near North Shore Rd. in south Hunt County. The DPS is investigating the accident. Officials hand not released the names of the victim or the deputy.

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Collin County Teen Jailed In Hopkins County

A Wylie teen who went to the Sulphur Springs DPS office to get a Driver’s License ended up arrested. A routine records check showed that Collin County wanted 19-year-old Nathaniel William Caldwell, on a warrant for sexual assault. A State Trooper transported him to the Hopkins County Jail.

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Student In Custody With Guns On Rains ISD Campus

Deputies arrested a Rains ISD student for having guns and ammunition on school property. Investigators say someone posted a video on social media from school that showed the student with firearms and ammunition. In addition, officials found two handguns, a shotgun, and ammo in a vehicle in the High School …

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Local Runoff Results

Titus County had 2,849 residents voting for Titus County Judge Tuesday. Kent Cooper had 56.7% to Lori Chism’s 43.2%, with Cooper unofficially the winner. Leslie Brosnan was ahead with 56% and James GG Webster 43.9% in the County Clerk runoff. Danny Beard leads by 62% to Karen Gatherer’s 37.7% in …

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PJC Softball Goes To NJCAA National Tournament

No. 14 Paris Junior College defeated No. 3 Wallace State, 7-5, during the opening round of the 2022 #NJCAASoftball DI Championship. Jaycie Hall struck out eight from the circle for the win! Next up is Central Florida at 6:00 pm CT Wednesday with the Dragons, the home team. At the …

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Student Success At PJC-Sulphur Springs Center

Student Success Coach Elizabeth Joslin left, visits with sophomore students Nicole Gutierrez, center, and Lois Rocha, Sulphur Springs. Enrollment for fall classes is underway, and you can call 903-885-1232 for more information.

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