Wednesday, December 15, 2010

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Editor, Isn’t it wonderful to have good Samaritans in our communities? We have several in Sulphur Springs that do a lot of good but don’t want recognition for it. This time I think we need to give David Barber and his helpers a big “thank you” for the job they did to get the lighted cross on the hill east of Sulphur Springs bright and shining on the city again.

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Community News, Pages 7 on 12/15/2010


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