Sulphur making comeback, much happening

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

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Photo by Larry Burge Sulphur Springs firefighters Arnie Hutchison and current fire chief John Varner are pictured standing in front of the town’s newly acquired first-responder truck.

Photo by Larry Burge Sulphur Springs firefighters Arnie Hutchison and current fire chief John Varner are pictured standing in front of the town’s newly acquired first-responder truck.

The idea that Sulphur Springs is a withering community has lately surfaced. However, those who only look from the outside aren't aware of the community happenings underneath the city's exterior. There's a lot of activity in Sulphur Springs to clean up and fix up properties, for instance. One such community activity happened April 12 at the Sulphur Springs volunteer fire station. In fact, three simultaneous events happened there. One was the chance for some of the 13 certified firefighters to show off their newly acquired first responders' rescue truck. Another activity involved Easter and the annual egg hunt in the park.


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