Wound Care at Memorial Received the Healogics Center of Distinction Award

Thursday afternoon the doctors and staff of Wound Care at Memorial received the Healogics Center of Distinction Award in recognition of excellent healing outcomes, high patient satisfaction and outstanding clinical performance for the past two years. In presenting the award to Drs. Bill Dietze and Dr. Duchamp, physicians for Wound Care at Memorial, Chanda Fulghium, stated that the local Wound Care center has a 98% cure rate and...

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Sherry McGraw SSISD Business Manager
Aug28

Sherry McGraw SSISD Business Manager

Sulphur Springs ISD Business Manager Sherry McGraw said putting together the budget for this school year was relatively easy. Lots of things that were started last year were continued including a new salary scale and different pay grades. Ms. McGraw said the tax rate was reduced one-cent on the Interest and Sinking fund side. The budget includes 22 new positions mostly due to co-teaching and extra aides. Sulphur Springs ISD Business...

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Steps of Faith Movie Trailer
Aug27

Steps of Faith Movie Trailer

Eric King of Sulphur Springs will have a Red Carpet Premiere for his latest film, Steps of Faith, at Shannon Oaks Church Sunday at 5 p.m. King says the family faith-based dramedy is based on a young lady’s story. A portion of the film was shot at Shadow Ranch Therapeutic Riding Center in Hopkins County. Steps of Faith won Best Feature at the Capital City Black Film Festival in Austin...

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Sulphur Springs School Board Adopted its’ Budget for This School Year
Aug27

Sulphur Springs School Board Adopted its’ Budget for This School Year

The Sulphur Springs School Board adopted its’ budget for this school year at a special meeting Monday night. The overall budget included budgets for the general fund, debt service and food service. The board also approved a tax rate for the budget of a little over $1.35 per $100 valuation. The Maintenance and Operation portion is $1.04 and the Interest and Sinking Fund is just over 31-cents.

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Hospital Approves Deficit Budget
Aug27

Hospital Approves Deficit Budget

Prior to voting for a deficit budget and a tax rate increase, Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Board member Suzanne Bankston said she was unhappy. She said she would vote for the budget as the very best that they could do but she added the board needed to look for major ways to make major revisions in the budget. Ms. Bankston said the board needed to determine what services they could deliver and which ones might be best done by...

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Tom Sellers Takes the Bucket Challenge
Aug25

Tom Sellers Takes the Bucket Challenge

Alliance Bank President Tom Sellers had water and ice poured on his head Monday afternoon to raise funds and awareness for ALS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly called Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Sellers accepted the ice bucket challenge from Brian Tolliver and Brian Tolliver Ford. Sellers also challenged Guaranty Bond Bank President Craig Roberts, City National Bank’s Ricky Reynolds, former Wildcats Football Coach Dwayne McMeans and...

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Together We Are Changing Diabetes
Aug25
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Wound Care at Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Has Done it Again
Aug24

Wound Care at Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Has Done it Again

Wound Care at Hopkins County Memorial Hospital has done it again. They have qualified for the Healogics Center of Distinction Award in recognition of excellent healing outcomes, high patient satisfaction and outstanding clinical performance last year. There will be an award presentation in the hospital lobby Thursday at 5:30 p.m. By Don Julian, KSST News and Sports Director Download (PDF,...

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Sulphur Springs School Board Meets Monday on our Tax Rate
Aug24

Sulphur Springs School Board Meets Monday on our Tax Rate

The Sulphur Springs School Board will conduct a public hearing on the tax rate for the budget for this school year at a special meeting Monday at 6 p.m. in the Board Room at the Admin Building. The tax rate is $1.35 cents per $100 valuation, same as last year. The board is also expected to adopt the budget for next school year. Classes get underway Tuesday. By Don Julian, KSST News and Sports Director

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Hospital Budget to be Discussed Monday Night
Aug24

Hospital Budget to be Discussed Monday Night

Hopkins County Memorial Hospital CEO Michael McAndrew is expected to discuss the proposed budget for next fiscal year at a hospital board meeting Monday night at 6 p.m. in the Plaza Conference Room. Last year the hospital board adopted a deficit budget and they might do so again this year. The board will also discuss the proposed tax rate for the proposed budget, which could be rising. By Don Julian, KSST News and Sports...

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