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Community Seeds Seeks To Expand Services Into Hopkins County
May13

Community Seeds Seeks To Expand Services Into Hopkins County

A faith based charity in Lone Oak, Community Seeds provides a wealth of services for many folks in and around Hunt County. They are always expanding their reach and services, and are trying to make their way into Hopkins County. Once again, they are hosting the Branded Ranch Rodeo, Saturday May 18th, at the Hopkins County Civic Center. Community Seeds has hosted their rodeo in Hopkins County for several years, and have been able to...

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Jennifer Rose Holt
May13

Jennifer Rose Holt

Jennifer Rose Holt, age 39, of Sulphur Springs passed away on Tuesday, May 7, 2019 at Christus Mother Frances Hospital. Jennifer was born on February 26, 1980 in Denver Colorado, the daughter of David Lloyd Turnbow and Pamela Lou Williams Turnbow. She married Don Holt January 5, 2001 in Quincy, California. He survives. Jennifer was a sweet spirit and loved taking care of Don. In addition to Don she is survived by one son, Joshua...

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Virginia Davidson Worsham
May13

Virginia Davidson Worsham

Virginia Davidson Worsham, 68, went home to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Thursday, May 9, 2019, at Baylor Hospital in Plano, Texas. The service will be at First Baptist Church on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. under the direction of West Oaks Funeral Home. There will be no formal visitation. Interment will follow at Sulphur Bluff Cemetery with Bill Ohland, Rick Tucker, Billy Lawson, David Black, Robert Fugate and...

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Wildcats Baseball Season Over At Area
May11

Wildcats Baseball Season Over At Area

Wildcats Baseball Team’s Season Ends With Pitchers’ Duel Loss to Joshua Saturday The Wildcats’ baseball team saw their season come to an end as they lost 3-1 to Joshua in the decisive third game of their Area series at Rockwall Saturday afternoon. Pacen Edwards deserved a better fate for the Wildcats taking the pitching loss despite allowing one earned run and three hits over six innings. Edwards struck out five and...

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Lady Cats Softball Struggle With First Game Of Quarterfinal Playoffs
May10

Lady Cats Softball Struggle With First Game Of Quarterfinal Playoffs

Lady Cats Softball on Brink of Elimination After 4-2 Loss to Hallsville Thursday If the Lady Cats’ softball team is to advance in the playoffs, they will have to win a doubleheader against Hallsville at Grand Saline Friday evening. The Lady Cats are on the brink of elimination after losing game one of their regional quarterfinal series, 4-2 Thursday (May 9) at Grand Saline. The Lady Cats fell behind 2-0 in the top of the first...

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Sulphur Springs Wildcats Baseball Win Over Joshua
May10

Sulphur Springs Wildcats Baseball Win Over Joshua

Wildcats Baseball Opens Area Round Series with 3-2 Win Over Joshua at Prosper The Wildcats’ baseball team won their eighth straight game as they opened Area round play Thursday (May 9) with a 3-2 win over Joshua at Prosper on a cold, windy night. The Wildcats got solid starting pitching from Will Sims, shut down relief pitching from Pacen Edwards and timely RBI hits from Kolson Hale and Jaxon Chaney to get the win. The Wildcats...

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SSHS Football QB Coach Comments on Spring Football
May09

SSHS Football QB Coach Comments on Spring Football

Wildcats Football QB Coach Says Spring Football is Very Important for His Varsity Signal Callers The Wildcats’ football team has two players vying to be the starting varsity quarterback during spring workouts. They are Junior to be Kaden Walker, who is 6-foot-2 and 205 pounds, and senior to be Noe Ponce. Wildcats Quarterback Coach Mike Meador said he expects big things from Wallace. He said Wallace will surprise people how fast...

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Sulphur Springs High School Band Banquet Highlights
May09

Sulphur Springs High School Band Banquet Highlights

SSHS Band Director Spencer Emmert Says Awards Were Highlight of Recent Band Banquet The highlight of any Sulphur Springs High School Band Banquet is announcement of major awards for senior band members. The banquet took place last Thursday (May 2) at the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center with more than 270 people in attendance. The top award, the John Phillip Sousa Award went to Peyton Baugh, a band drum major. The Louis Armstrong...

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Lady Cats Softball, Wildcats Baseball Begin Next Rounds Of Playoffs
May09

Lady Cats Softball, Wildcats Baseball Begin Next Rounds Of Playoffs

Wildcats Baseball and Lady Cats Softball Resume Playoff Action on Thursday Game Day Playoff action resumes this week for Wildcats’ baseball and Lady Cats softball on this game day Thursday (May 9). The Wildcats open their best two out of three Area round series against Joshua Thursday at 7 p.m. at Prosper. The Wildcats won their bi-district series against Hallsville last week, two games to zero, at Mike Carter Field in Tyler....

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Identity Of Deceased Released From Wednesday’s Fatal Crash
May09

Identity Of Deceased Released From Wednesday’s Fatal Crash

Hamilton Green, 57, of Sulphur Springs was confirmed as the deceased from the vehicle crash at Broadway and Wildcat Way Wednesday morning. The other occupant of the vehicle, a 49 year old Sulphur Springs woman, remains in the hospital in stable condition. The investigation into the crash, which involved a sport utility vehichle and an 18-wheeler is ongoing. According to Sulphur Springs Police Interim Chief Jason Ricketson, authorities...

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