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“The Write Stuff” is a Class for Area Home-School Students Through Age 15
Dec05

“The Write Stuff” is a Class for Area Home-School Students Through Age 15

“The Write Stuff” is a creative writing class at Thee Treehouse Christian Homeschool located in the Yantis area. During 2018, this class produced an anthology of works, entitled “Tales From Thee Treehouse”. It is a published work by  12 young students ranging in age 8-14. Three of these students appeared on the KSST Good Morning Show with Enola Gay to talk about the focus of the 2018/2019 school...

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Can You Help During “Blue Santa” Toy Drive at Lowe’s?
Dec04

Can You Help During “Blue Santa” Toy Drive at Lowe’s?

It’s off to a great start, but you can still help! This year’s two-day “Blue Santa” Toy Drive, sponsored by local business and industry, charitable organizations, law enforcement and media, yielded a successful report from Day One. A crew of volunteers accepted toys and donations from drive-ups while others cooked and served BBQ sack lunches and street tacos. At the end of the day, Lowe’s cooks had taken...

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“Sorry, Wrong Chimney”, a Holiday Farce in Six Performances at Main Street
Dec04

“Sorry, Wrong Chimney”, a Holiday Farce in Six Performances at Main Street

L. to R. Tim McMurray, Sydnee Hawkins, Kiara Stowater and Brenda Payne It’s a lighthearted Christmas tale full of mistaken identities and zany foul-ups with a smattering of slapstick comedy. “Sorry, Wrong Chimney” presents live community theater and showcases a hilarious holiday tale with very memorable local talent. Enjoy a couple of hours of uncomplicated laughter and fun which all ages will love, at the Sulphur...

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How ‘Bout a Country Christmas at the Lake? TPW Offers Campsites, Photos, Music on December 7,8 at Cooper Lake State Parks
Dec03
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Annual “Rescue the Perishing” Food Mission for Christmas by Mitchell Chapel COGIC is Saturday Dec. 8
Dec03

Annual “Rescue the Perishing” Food Mission for Christmas by Mitchell Chapel COGIC is Saturday Dec. 8

Bishop Nelson Gatlin Bishop Nelson Gatlin returned this week to Sulphur Springs, his home congregation, to help organize the annual “Rescue the Perishing” food distribution sponsored by the church at Christmastime. Originally Pastor of Mitchell Chapel Church of God in Christ in Sulphur Springs, Texas, Bishop Gatlin now oversees 47 congregations in a jurisdiction with boundaries from Dallas to Texarkana, and Longview to...

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Blue Santa Kicks Into High Gear for Christmas Giving! Here’s Your Chance to Help Mon. Dec. 3 and Tues. Dec. 4
Dec02

Blue Santa Kicks Into High Gear for Christmas Giving! Here’s Your Chance to Help Mon. Dec. 3 and Tues. Dec. 4

Although activity has been brisk at the Blue Santa barrels around town, the next phase of the 2018 Blue Santa Toy Campaign is about to start for Hopkins County. And it’s a perfect chance for you and your family to get the personal one-on-one experience of giving to a needy local cause.  On the Lowe’s parking lot Monday December 3 and Tuesday December 4 from 7am til 7pm, Blue Santa volunteers and local law enforcement will...

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CHRISTUS System Increases Medical Options for Citizens of Hopkins County
Nov30

CHRISTUS System Increases Medical Options for Citizens of Hopkins County

President /CEO Paul Harvey of CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital in Sulphur Springs, guest on KSST Good Morning Show Friday. He shared exciting news about healthcare options for local citizens. His enthusiasm is, in part,  about about new Health Insurance options which recently became available; Medicare Advantage A and an Exchange medical plan. These new plans, which will go into effect Jan 1, will provide complete healthcare coverage...

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Mayor Darla Henry Announces Wastewater Treatment Grant Bringing Improvements for Como
Nov29

Mayor Darla Henry Announces Wastewater Treatment Grant Bringing Improvements for Como

Darla Lewis Henry, Mayor of Como Elected in May 2017, Quality Engineer Darla Henry has approached the elected position of Mayor of Como in a similar way to her job at Flo-Serve….to make sure that the office operates according to the State’s mandates and rules, and to act on the most pressing needs first. A grant application for updating/replacing  the wastewater treatment system that serves Como city residents was top of...

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Temple’s Trailers Sales Inc. Celebrates 50 Years in Business
Nov28

Temple’s Trailers Sales Inc. Celebrates 50 Years in Business

Mike, Judy and Larry J. Temples in 2012 Established on December 1, 1968, Temples Trailer Sales Inc. observed the 50th anniversary of the family-owned business by inviting friends, customers, farmers and ranchers, Chamber of Commerce and local media for a ribbon-cutting and lunch in their shop bay.  Following the death of her husband Mike six years ago, Judy Temples with her son Larry J. and daughters Lana and Lacy are continuing...

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Thee Treehouse Community Project and ‘MathStore’ Christmas Fundraiser
Nov27

Thee Treehouse Community Project and ‘MathStore’ Christmas Fundraiser

Students Jackson and Maggie with Creative Writing teacher Sharon Feldt Along with their Write Stuff Creative Writing teacher Sharon Feldt, Thee Treehouse Christian Co-op students Maggie Finley and Jackson Wallace appeared on the KSST Good Morning Show to talk about their “Reverse Advent Calendar Project’. As  you may know, an Advent Calendar is one in which, between December 1 and 24th, you open a window or door on the...

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