Commerce – A Commerce man is headed back to prison.
James Matthew McGucky entered pleas of guilty Thursday to one count each of possession of between one and four grams of methamphetamine and possession of less than one gram of methamphetamine. Under a plea bargain arraignment, McGucky was sentence to nine years in prison and 18 months in a state jail with the sentences to run concurrently.
Swine flu scare in Hopkins County turns out to be false alarm; All UIL competitions suspended in Texas; Forth Worth ISD temporarily closes doors of all campuses due to flu concerns; Commerce man denied another trial in shooting case; Parole violation lands Hunt County man in prison; Lamar County Commissioners in support of projects presented by Sulphur River Regional Mobility Authority (SURRMA); Flash flooding kills one North Texas resident.
Commerce, TX – UIL cancelled due to the H1N1 Flu; Mavs play the Nuggets in the second round; Talladega gets calls for renovation; Rangers rained out last night; Harvey Martin Classic scheduled for September 12th at the Cotton Bowl.
Sulphur Springs – A swine flu scare in Hopkins County turns out to be a false alarm.
The Sulphur Springs News Telegram reports a woman traveling from Mexico who was suspected of being infected with the virus was taken off a bus and brought to Hopkins County Memorial Hospital for treatment Wednesday morning. Hospital personnel later determined the traveler did not have influenza.