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Dr. James ‘Darryl’ Doughtie, OB/GYN, Still Serving the Community After 23 Years
Apr19

Dr. James ‘Darryl’ Doughtie, OB/GYN, Still Serving the Community After 23 Years

During the KSST Good Morning Show, Dr. Doughtie remarked that now, after 23 years of delivering babies, he is starting to see second-generation expectant moms coming to his clinic as patients. “Many young mothers who live in their home town will seek out the same doctor who delivered them. I am glad that we made our home and practices here, it’s a great community to belong to, and a real example of good small-town...

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Rodeo is Coming to Town!
Apr18

Rodeo is Coming to Town!

Hopkins County Rodeo Committee President Oscar Aguilar has helped put on local rodeos associated with UPRA for past 25 years If you are looking for rodeo excitement, don’t look any further than this weekends’ Spring Rodeo put on by the Hopkins County Rodeo Association. This event is held under the sanction of UPRA, or United Professional Rodeo Association, which covers a 5-state circuit. A long-time friend of Sulphur...

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Heritage Park and Museum Opens ‘Winiford Place’, a New Multi-Purpose Building
Apr18

Heritage Park and Museum Opens ‘Winiford Place’, a New Multi-Purpose Building

On April 16, 2019 at noon, along with a ribbon cutting ceremony by the Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce, Winiford Place was presented a flag and a plaque from Jennie Ash, a staffer of Texas State Representative Dan Flynn’s office. According to the plaque, the Texas flag had “flown over the Capitol of the Sovereign State of Texas”, the perfect note for a park which celebrates our local history upon land near the...

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Meet Jeff Gravens, New Pastor at First Baptist Church, Sulphur Springs
Apr17

Meet Jeff Gravens, New Pastor at First Baptist Church, Sulphur Springs

Pastor Jeff Gravens and his family are new to Sulphur Springs In a KSST Good Morning Show interview, Pastor Jeff Gravens introduced himself to the Hopkins County community. He is the new pastor at First Baptist Church of Sulphur Springs, and will bring his first sermon on Sunday April 21, 2019, on Easter Sunday morning. He invites everyone to attend at 8:30 am or 11 am where both classic and contemporary services are conducted at...

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The Yantis Catfish Classic Tournament and Community Event is for All Ages to Enjoy
Apr16

The Yantis Catfish Classic Tournament and Community Event is for All Ages to Enjoy

Jerry E. Miller, businessmen and former long-time Mayor of Yantis, Texas, is now enjoying more time to fish these days. He is also getting excited about the annual Yantis Catfish Classic on Lake Fork set for the weekend of April 27 and 28. This catfish tournament is organized for everyone, from kids on up. It also has a $25,000 guaranteed cash payout, which goes to the top seven overall anglers in the two-day fishing contest,...

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Saltillo Scholarship Banquet/Auction a Success
Apr15

Saltillo Scholarship Banquet/Auction a Success

The Kerry W. Garmon gym was filled with Saltillo school and community friends and families who turned out to make sure the 8th annual Memorial Scholarship fundraiser was a success. Following a welcome by Superintendent David Stickels and a thank you to the many sponsors who made the evening possible, everyone sat down to a great meal catered by Andy Wright and family, followed by some fun games of Bingo and a lively auction commanded...

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Danna’s Flea Market is in Town at Backstory Brewery!
Apr12

Danna’s Flea Market is in Town at Backstory Brewery!

Danna Bain, owner of Danna’s Florist and Buffalo Girls Boutique in Sulphur Springs, is putting on her annual Spring Flea Market and Swap Meet. This year it’s at Backstory Brewery, 211 Magnolia Street near downtown. There are numerous vendors inside and outside, with vintage, antique and collectible junque! Admission is free! Check them out through Saturday April 13, 2019. Danna’s Buffalo Girls display is partially...

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Saltillo One-Act Play to be Performed Monday April 15 at Main Street Theater, 7pm
Apr12

Saltillo One-Act Play to be Performed Monday April 15 at Main Street Theater, 7pm

According to Saltillo ISD’s Music and Theater coach Darin Bilyeu, the One Act Play cast/crew will present their play in a public performance on Monday April 15 at 7pm at Main Street Theater, downtown Sulphur Springs at 225 Main Street. The crew got a “1” at District with “The Effects of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds”, a Paul Zindel play. They advanced to Bi-District, garnering 11 individual and...

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“Volunteer Week” Puts  Spotlight on Good Works at CHRISTUS Mother Francis Hospital, Sulphur Springs
Apr12

“Volunteer Week” Puts Spotlight on Good Works at CHRISTUS Mother Francis Hospital, Sulphur Springs

Sherry Moore At work, Sherry Moore is currently Volunteers Co-ordinator , one of many roles she has fulfilled over her almost-25 year career with the local hospital. And, in addition to serving as Marketing Director, Sherry also wears the hats of Patient Experience Co-ordinator, Representative for Government Advocacy, and Co-ordinator for the Volunteer Chaplaincy. During a KSST Morning Show interview, Sherry talked about the role and...

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Como Community Easter Bash Now Set for April 20!
Apr11

Como Community Easter Bash Now Set for April 20!

According to Mayor Darla Henry, the City of Como’s Community Easter Bash set for Saturday April 13 is now re-scheduled for Saturday April 20. It will be held in and around the Como City Hall and Ballfields area. Food, entertainment, games and vendors are planned, and the Easter Egg hunts will also be held, with a start time of 10am. The Bash is also an opportunity to get your Como, Texas t-shirts which sport a logo of “My...

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