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Cumby ISO Rating Lowered From 7/9 to 4 as of February 1, 2019

Cumby Fire Chief Heath McCrawhas announced the Insurance Services Office...

Wind Advisory for Area Issued for Saturday, January 19, 2019

A wind advisory is in effect For Hopkins County and all of North and...

Lady Cats Softball Begins Practice Today

Lady Cats Softball Coach David Carrillo begins his thirteenth season in...

Game Day Soccer: Tournaments

Both the Wildcats and Lady Cats’ soccer teams are in the second day...

Game Day Basketball: Lady Cats, Wildcats Host Texas High

Once again it’s the Lady Cats Varsity and Wildcats Varsity back to...

City Council Special Meeting to Focus on Materials for Sunset Street Reconstruction

A special meeting of the Sulphur Springs City Council will be held at noon...

Local Man Arrested for Selling Cocaine

An investigation into the possession and sale of cocaine conducted by...

Soccer: Wildcats, Lady Cats Lose in Thursday Tournament Play

South Garland 2, Wildcats Soccer 1 The Wildcats’ soccer team lost...

Historical Photo Quiz #5

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Tira News January 18th 2019

By Jan Vaughn I don’t have much news this week, but I wanted to...

Vegetable Grafiting- Tomato By Mario Villarino

Since people first learned to graft plants, a myriad of grafting...

Easy, Breezy New Year’s Resolution By Johanna Hicks

             While eating more fruits and vegetables...

North Hopkins Panthers, Lady Panthers Basketball Schedules

On Tuesday (January 22nd) the North Hopkins High School Basketball will be...

Monument to 2008 State Champion Wildcats Placed at Prim Stadium Thursday, January 17, 2019

Wildcats Head Football Coach and Athletic Director Greg Owens said that...

High School Seniors Can Earn Money in Project Celebration Video Contest

PARIS – High School seniors in TxDOT’s nine-county Paris District can...

Tradin’ Post for Friday, January 18th, 2019

Lost: a black and silver hard case file containing a Samsung 10″...

Tira News January 18th 2019

By Jan Vaughn I don’t have much news this week, but I wanted to...

Vegetable Grafiting- Tomato By Mario Villarino

Since people first learned to graft plants, a myriad of grafting...

Easy, Breezy New Year’s Resolution By Johanna Hicks

             While eating more fruits and vegetables...

Local Artist Displaying Western and Wildlife Paintings Around State

Local artist Edgar Sotelo Edgar Sotelo, a long-time resident of the...

Tradin’ Post for Wednesday, January 16th, 2019

For Sale: tires. Four BF Goodrich LT275-65- R18-10 ply-all terrain...

Aging Insight: ‘Do It Yourself Will’ Law School Lunch Class

John Ross, Sr. Law Partner of Ross and Shoalmore Elder Law Attys. The...

Greenville Entertainment Series Giveaway

Greenville Entertainment Series and KSST are giving away 2 passes to the...

Tradin’ Post for Tuesday, January 15th, 2019

For Sale: a heavy mirror that measures 38 inches in diameter. Asking...

Tradin’ Post for Monday, January 14th, 2019

For Sale: numerous items. Furniture, household items, and other items. ...

Dinner Bell Menu For January 16, 2019

Dinner Bell January 16, 2019 Community Partner:   CHRISTUS...

Greenville Entertaiment Series Offers Great Value During Membership Drive

Amy Melton, VP Membership of Greenville Entertainment Series As GES Vice...

Tira News Jan 11th 2019

By Jan Vaughn Kim and Lee Beck traveled to Lubbock to surprise son,...

Plant Protection in Winter By Mario Villarino

In much of the state our winters are brief with lots of moderate to...

Lou Nell’s Begins Week Long 45th Anniversary Celebration

It’s a weeklong 45th Birthday Celebration at LouNell’s, 122 Lee...

Turn Your Christmas Shopping Into Free Travel

Another shopping secret to help bolster your Christmas shopping...

Think Big, Shop Small This Saturday

American Express has long been a supporter of shopping small and shopping...

Lowe’s to Close 51 Stores in U.S. and Canada

In a news release from Lowe’s Corporation on Monday, November 5th,...

Dueling Woks

Asian Express To Go is getting some expert help. Local food truck...

NETBIO Conditioned Calf and Yearlings Sale Nets $877.16 per Head

The Northeast Texas Beef Improvement Organization (NETBIO) Pre-Conditioned...

Tira News for August 31st, 2018

By Jan Vaughn The Tira City Council met on Monday, August 27th , at...

Two More Texas Sears Locations to Close

Sears 400 Memorial City Way Houston – Memorial TXSears Post Oak Mall...

Tax Free Weekend Begins Friday, August 10th

During this annual sales tax holiday, you can buy most clothing, footwear,...

Trulinecorp in Sulphur Springs Needs Truck Drivers

Trulinecorp is hosting a job fair at the Holiday Inn Express in Sulphur...

BackStory Brewery Opened Friday

A $1.8 million investment for by owner is now open. East Texas’ newest...

Lil 4’s 2018 King and Queen Ball is Fun For All

The Lil 4’s club held their annual King and Queen Ball on Saturday...

BackStory Brewery Grand Opening Set for Friday

East Texas’ newest craft brewery is now open for business in the old Ice...

Giles Insurance Celebrates 25th Anniversary With Customer Appreciation

Giles Insurance celebrated their 25th Anniversary in Sulphur Springs with a...

Ethel Mae “Peggy” Williams

Funeral service for Ethel Mae “Peggy” Williams, age 86, of Dike,...

Shirley Ann Brown

Shirley Ann Brown, 81, of Commerce, passed away on Tuesday, January 15,...

Daisy Alene (Reeves) Patterson

Daisy Alene (Reeves) Patterson, the daughter of John F. Reeves and May...

Helen Lavonne Wells

Helen Lavonne Wells, 89, of Commerce, passed away on Tuesday, January...

James Ray Blakeney

James Ray Blakeney, 88, passed away on Saturday, January 12, 2019, in...

Willie Lee Jeffery

Willie Lee Jeffery, 64, of Reno, TX, passed away on January 8, 2019, at...

Phyllis Ann Lovell Giguere

Funeral Service for Phyllis Ann Lovell Giguere, age 66, of Sulphur...

Amber Michelle Stevenson

Amber Michelle Stevenson, age 31, of Mineola, Texas, passed away...

Cleveland Lee Vaden

Funeral services for Cleveland L. Vaden, age 95, of Sulphur Springs, will...

Glenda Lajune Harper

Glenda Lajune Harper 80, affectionately known to her family as Mom,...

Johnie (John) Dee Willis

Johnie (John) Dee Willis, age 87, passed away peacefully in Jackson,...

Larry Eugene Briggs

Memorial service for Larry Eugene Briggs, age 70, of Sulphur Springs,...

Ronnie Morris Rudd

The Lord bless and keep you. Ronald Morris Rudd, beloved husband,...

Lee Talion Sharp

On April 21, 1971, Lee Talion Sharp entered the world at 3 lbs, 15 oz...

Jerry Wayne Vititow, Sr.

Funeral services for Jerry Wayne Vititow, Sr., age 77, of Sulphur...

Avis “Sang” Williams

Funeral Services are pending in Gladewater, Texas for Avis...

Roberts Files for SSISD Board; Johnson Will Not File for Re-election

Thursday morning Craig Roberts filed for a place on the Sulphur Springs...

PJC-Sulphur Springs Spring Semester Begins Tuesday

Gerald Zavala, back center, and Jacelyn Wilkinson, right, both of Sulphur...

Toliver, Prickette Seek Re-election to SSISD Board

Leesa Toliver Early Wednesday morning, John Prickette and Lessa Toliver...

SSHS UIL Place 2nd at Pine Tree Winter UIL Invitational; Reid Competes at State UIL Congressional Debate

Rhett Reid Rhett Reid finished 2nd at Region VIII UIL Congressional...

PJC-Sulphur Springs Plans Special On-Campus Registration for Spring Semester

EARLY START  Dillie Collins, left, and Kendall Myles get a head start on...

SSISD Board Agenda for Monday, January 14, 2019

AGENDA REGULAR BOARD MEETING SULPHUR SPRINGS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL...

PJC-Sulphur Springs: Spring Registration Underway

READY FOR SPRING Jessica Santana of Sulphur Springs, left, gets some help...

PJC-Sulphur Springs Early Registration for Spring Underway

GETTING ADVICE PJC-Sulphur Springs Center Educational Advisor Tonya...

Donation Leads to Creation of College of Science and Engineering Makerspace

COMMERCE, TX— Jimmy Shirley, a 1967 graduate of East Texas State...

Master QuickBooks With a Class at PJC-Sulphur Springs

A class on QuickBooks Level I is available at the Paris Junior College...

Miller Grove ISD Opens Two Hours Late on Thurs. Jan. 3

According to Superintendent Steve Johnson, the Miller Grove ISD will start...

Lady Cats, Wildcats Soccer News

Wet weather Wednesday (January 2) caused Lady Cats Soccer Coach Joel...

Powerlifters Prepare for Upcoming Season

Wildcats’ powerlifting team members were working to get ready for...

North Hopkins Educators Celebrate the Season

Thursday at noon in North Hopkins School Cafeteria, Hal Roberts and Blake...

Lady Cats Softball Begins Practice Today

Lady Cats Softball Coach David Carrillo begins his thirteenth season in...

Game Day Soccer: Tournaments

Both the Wildcats and Lady Cats’ soccer teams are in the second day...

Game Day Basketball: Lady Cats, Wildcats Host Texas High

Once again it’s the Lady Cats Varsity and Wildcats Varsity back to...

Soccer: Wildcats, Lady Cats Lose in Thursday Tournament Play

South Garland 2, Wildcats Soccer 1 The Wildcats’ soccer team lost...

North Hopkins Panthers, Lady Panthers Basketball Schedules

On Tuesday (January 22nd) the North Hopkins High School Basketball will be...

Monument to 2008 State Champion Wildcats Placed at Prim Stadium Thursday, January 17, 2019

Wildcats Head Football Coach and Athletic Director Greg Owens said that...

Game Day: Wildcats, Lady Cats in Tournament Play Thursday

Both the Wildcats and Lady Cats’ soccer teams return to the pitch for...

Wildcats’ Wade Attends College Football Combine

Wildcats’ football inside linebacker junior Kylan Wade attended...

Former Lady Cat to Play Volleyball at SFA

Former Lady Cats’ volleyball player Sheretta “Rita” Hill...

Texas Rangers Fan Fest 2019

2019 Fan Fest Presented by Dasani will feature autograph sessions with...

Basketball: Wildcats, Lady Cats Coaches Commend Teams in Mt Pleasant Victories

Cipoletta Proud of His Winning Wildcats Wildcats Basketball Coach Clark...

Saltillo Lady Lions Ranked #25 in Class A; Lions Win; Panthers Defeat Como-Pickton

The Saltillo Lady Lions, ranked #25 in Class A, improved their district...

Porter Scores Game High 29; Lady Cats Defeat Mount Pleasant 58-31

Led by dynamic point guard Sadavia Porter, the Lady Cats’ basketball...

Wildcats Defeat Tigers 63-43; Kahn Leads Scoring With 22

The Wildcats’ basketball team, ranked #5 in Class 5A, scored the last...

Wildcat Soccer Ready for Ice Bowl Tournament

Wildcats Soccer Coach Alexi Upton maintains a positive attitude...

Lady Cat Soccer Battle Injuries; Face Strong Opponents in Tournament Play

Lady Cats Soccer Coach Joel Bailey is ready to pick on some teams that are...

Wind Advisory for Area Issued for Saturday, January 19, 2019

A wind advisory is in effect For Hopkins County and all of North and...

City Council Special Meeting to Focus on Materials for Sunset Street Reconstruction

A special meeting of the Sulphur Springs City Council will be held at noon...

Local Man Arrested for Selling Cocaine

An investigation into the possession and sale of cocaine conducted by...

Local Artist Displaying Western and Wildlife Paintings Around State

Local artist Edgar Sotelo Edgar Sotelo, a long-time resident of the...

Cold, Wet Weather Does Not Stymie NETBIO Sale

Cold, wet weather didn’t keep the producers and buyers away from the...

Hearts of Life Presents Sara for Adoption

Sara is still searching for her forever home!  Sara is approximately...

Chamber Connection January 17, 2019

by Lesley Brown, President/CEO Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce I know...

PJC-Sulphur Springs Spring Semester Begins Tuesday

Gerald Zavala, back center, and Jacelyn Wilkinson, right, both of Sulphur...

Aging Insight: ‘Do It Yourself Will’ Law School Lunch Class

John Ross, Sr. Law Partner of Ross and Shoalmore Elder Law Attys. The...

Parks and Open Space Master Plan Event Sparks Ideas for Buford Park

Tuesday, January 15th, Sulphur Springs residents had an opportunity to...

Glass to Seek Re-election to City Council Place 5

Emily Glass On the first day to file for a place on the Sulphur Springs...

Man Arrested for Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon; Baseball Bat was Alleged Weapon

When Sulphur Springs Police were called to the parking lot of...