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Crawfish Boil on Celebration Plaza is Saturday April 27
Apr11

Crawfish Boil on Celebration Plaza is Saturday April 27

Each year, Sulphur Springs Rotary Club members put on the “Claws for a Cause” Crawfish Festival to raise funds for community projects they support all year. Carrie Nuckolls, a fourteen-year member of Rotary, past President of the local club, and “imagineer” of this amazing fundraising bash spoke about the event during a KSST Good Morning Show interview. Like others selected as President and President-elect of...

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Hopkins County Sheriff’s Easter Egg Hunt Moving  to Saturday April 27 at 10:30am
Apr10

Hopkins County Sheriff’s Easter Egg Hunt Moving to Saturday April 27 at 10:30am

According to Alvin Jordan, Deputy for the Hopkins County Sheriff’s Department, the annual Easter Egg Hunt and Cookout has been rescheduled for Saturday April 27, 2019 from 10:30am til 1pm. Jordan stated “After much consideration about the thunderstorm forecast for April 13, and checking the availability of the Civic Center grounds for an alternate date, it was decided that we will hold the Easter Egg hunt on Saturday April...

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Student Scholarship Drive Scheduled April 16 at Como-Pickton CISD
Apr10

Student Scholarship Drive Scheduled April 16 at Como-Pickton CISD

Como-Pickton CISD Assistant Superintendent Jana Andrews invites the public to get behind the wheel to assist in the Student Scholarship “Drive” set for Tuesday, April 16, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. In an e-mail to KSST, Andrews sent this message for the public: “Como-Pickton CISD is conducting a fundraiser for our senior scholarship fund. Texas Country Ford in Winnsboro will bring several Ford vehicles to our school on...

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Easter Community-Wide  Bash at Como Will Offer Games, Food and Music
Apr09

Easter Community-Wide Bash at Como Will Offer Games, Food and Music

L. to R. Bash Committee volunteer Lisa Lutrick and organizer Como Mayor Darla Henry Como resident Darla Henry became Mayor of Como in 2017. Her first major project was to begin upgrading the Wastewater Treatment facility, which will be an ongoing project. Unopposed when her two-year term was nearing it’s end, she took the green light to continue her long-term plans and projects for improvements to the infrastructure, and add...

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Great Fun in Store During “Stage and Screen” Concert May 4,5 in SSHS Auditorium
Apr08

Great Fun in Store During “Stage and Screen” Concert May 4,5 in SSHS Auditorium

This Spring, fans of the Northeast Texas Choral Society get another opportunity to see and hear the 100-voice Northeast Texas Choral Society perform. Their “Stage and Screen” concert is planned for May 4 and 5 in the Sulphur Springs High School Auditorium of the Civic Center. Designed to feature the familiar theme songs of favorite TV shows from “I Love Lucy” to “Mr. Ed” to “Hawaii...

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Saltillo One Act Play Advancing to Area Contest  at Grayson College
Apr05

Saltillo One Act Play Advancing to Area Contest at Grayson College

L. to R. Cast members Joe Tippit, Cheyenne Neal and Chaeli Spear with theater instructor Mr. Bilyeu. Two other cast members, Brianna Tawil and Graycie Hodges, are not pictured. Saltillo ISD Music and Theater teacher Daron Bilyeu is taking five of his drama students to Denison’s Grayson College this weekend to compete in the Area level of One Act Play. The students are quite excited to have done well at Bi-District, earning...

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Danna’s Buffalo Girls 3-day Flea Market Arrives at Backstory Brewery April 11
Apr04

Danna’s Buffalo Girls 3-day Flea Market Arrives at Backstory Brewery April 11

Danna Bain is planning her 2nd annual Buffalo Girls Flea Market Style and Swap Meet on April 11-13 in a new location near downtown Sulphur Springs When she says this is a Pickers Paradise and a Shoppers Dream, she really means it! Danna’s 2019 Spring Flea Market season opens in Sulphur Springs on Thursday April 11 in a new location, at Backstory Brewery, located near downtown Sulphur Springs at 211 Magnolia Street. The craft...

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Mt. Vernon’s “Alamo” Trade Days,Chili Cookoff, Concert
Apr04

Mt. Vernon’s “Alamo” Trade Days,Chili Cookoff, Concert

According to Jackie Bateman, organizer of The Alamo Mission Museum in Mt. Vernon, Texas, she is planning a day-long event for both locals and tourists to enjoy on Saturday April 12, 2019. There will be a Trade Day/Swap Meet all day, a Chili Cook-off on Saturday afternoon and a Classic Country Concert with live music by Roger Reed and the Sunshine Band featuring Don Woods. Chili judging will take place prior to serving at 5:30pm, when...

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Cumby Robotics Team Heads Out to National Competition at Council Bluffs, Iowa
Apr03

Cumby Robotics Team Heads Out to National Competition at Council Bluffs, Iowa

The team of six Cumby ISD students who design and build robots will join other high school teams at the CREATE US Open Robotics competitions this week. Back in January, the school hosted 26 teams and claimed a State Qualifier title. That certified them for National competition with their robot which was programmed along the required “Turning Point” game guidelines. Now the Cumby team will be up against 235 other teams and...

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You’re Invited! Central Baptist Church Plans Music, Family Events During April
Apr03

You’re Invited! Central Baptist Church Plans Music, Family Events During April

Central Baptist Church Pastor Chris Stephens After eight months in his new post, Pastor Chris Stephens already loves Sulphur Springs so much he is putting down roots and building a home here. He and his wife have embraced the Central Baptist Church family and the entire community, and plan a number of fun, wholesome and beneficial church events that everyone is invited to share in. The first is a concert by Faith’s Journey Trio,...

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