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Moving City Hall
Nov27

Moving City Hall

City of Sulphur Springs Director of Finance Peter Karstens says after Old City Hall is renovated, it should be good for another 20 to 30 years. Most of those years, it should serve as a Police Station. Friday at noon, the city Business Office closed and will reopen next Tuesday at 8 a.m. in a temporary doublewide located behind Old City Hall. In about 9 months, the Business Office will return to Old City Hall minus the drive through...

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From all of us at KSST 1230 and ksstradio.com
Nov26

From all of us at KSST 1230 and ksstradio.com

Over the holiday we will be closed Thanksgiving Day and short staffed the rest of the weekend to allow everyone to spend as much time with their families as they can. In an emergency or in the advent of severe weather we will of course be here. If anything happens over the weekend that you feel is newsworthy, email me the particulars and pictures if available to mike080380@gmail.com and I’ll handle it. Happy Thanksgiving...

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“Updated” Wildcats Win Home Opener
Nov26

“Updated” Wildcats Win Home Opener

New Wildcats Basketball Coach Clark Cipoletta said the final minute of the Wildcats season opener against Wills Point was the longest minute of his life. He added it left him exhausted. At the end the Wildcats squeezed by the Tigers, 48-47. Coach Cipoletta, who got his first win as Wildcats coach, said his team played hard but also was sloppy at times. He called it a typical first game. A long Wills Point shot at the buzzer sailed...

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Sharon Feldt, an East Texas Author, Has Self-Published a Children’s Book Called The Stable
Nov25

Sharon Feldt, an East Texas Author, Has Self-Published a Children’s Book Called The Stable

East Texas author Sharon Feldt has written her first children’s book entitled “The Stable”. It tells the story of the Nativity Scene from the point of view of the animals. Each animal has its’ own personality. Book signings are planned at the First United Methodist Church parlor on Thursday, December 4 from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. and on Saturday, December 20 at Play Matters Toy Store in VF Outlet Mall....

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Dr. Ray Perryman Returns to Sulphur Springs
Nov25

Dr. Ray Perryman Returns to Sulphur Springs

Noted economist Dr. Ray Perryman returns to Sulphur Springs on Wednesday, December 17 at the Civic Center from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. Tickets are $15 and are available from the Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce. Deadline to get tickets is December 10. Chamber President Meredith Caddell is accepting questions that she will send to Dr. Perryman prior to the event. He is also expected to answer questions at the end of his talk....

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Hospital CEO Michael McAndrew Handles Phsycians Concerns and Recruiting Issues
Nov25

Hospital CEO Michael McAndrew Handles Phsycians Concerns and Recruiting Issues

Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Administrator Michael McAndrew says a neurologist is one of the hardest positions for any hospital to fill.  Memorial Hospital has been without a neurologist since their last one left in late 2011.  McAndrew is cautiously optimistic that he may have found one.  There was some discussion about the matter during the hospital board meeting Monday night.  Hospital Chief Medical Officer Chris Gallagher...

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Eternal Flame at the Veterans Memorial Vandalized
Nov25

Eternal Flame at the Veterans Memorial Vandalized

The Sulphur Springs Police Department is investigating extensive vandalism of the Eternal Flame located at the Veterans Memorial on Celebration Plaza that occurred sometime overnight Monday or early Tuesday morning. The vandalism was discovered Tuesday morning. The Eternal Flame is now tilting toward the County Courthouse and it appears has been dented. The Eternal Flame is in an area not under camera surveillance. Police Chief Jay...

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At The Corral Gate by Enola Gay 11/25/14
Nov25
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Thanksgiving Leftover Ideas
Nov25

Thanksgiving Leftover Ideas

What glorious weather we have had this week!  Many families gathered around the Thanksgiving table to celebrate this special time of year.  With that celebration comes wonderful foods, such as turkey or ham, dressing, and an assortment of tasty vegetables, such as green beans, sweet potatoes, and salads.  Most families will have leftover turkey, which can become dry when reheated.  However, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension has come to...

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