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Kiwanis Club Annual Fundraising Pancake Day is Saturday February 16, 2019
Feb12

Kiwanis Club Annual Fundraising Pancake Day is Saturday February 16, 2019

Perry Altenbaumer, local Kiwanian Perry Altenbaumer, a 20-year member of the Sulphur Springs Kiwanis Club is inviting everyone who likes pancakes to attend the annual fundraising all-you-can-eat on Saturday February 16, 2019 at the Civic Center! In addition to stacks of piping hot, fresh pancakes, Perry and his fellow Kiwanians will also have bacon, sausage, coffee, milk and juice for all diners who attend. Cost is $7 per person, and...

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KSST and Bodacious BBQ Offer Sweet Rewards During Valentine On-Air Giveaways
Feb08

KSST and Bodacious BBQ Offer Sweet Rewards During Valentine On-Air Giveaways

Tis the season of love! And true to the KSST tradition of rewarding our listeners, the nicest people we know, three delicious meals for two PLUS free desert will be awarded during Valentine’s week, compliments of Bodacious BBQ in Sulphur Springs. One giveaway per day will take place during the Good Morning Show with Enola Gay at 7:25am, on Tuesday February 12, Wednesday February 13 and Thursday February 14. Because the Valentine...

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Tabernacle Baptist Church Plans 42 Fundraiser to Benefit Ministry of Local Couple to New Guinea
Feb07

Tabernacle Baptist Church Plans 42 Fundraiser to Benefit Ministry of Local Couple to New Guinea

Originally of Sulphur Springs, Jason Brewer, his wife Jaime and their family have served in the missionary field in Papua, New Guinea since 2013. Pastor Mike Haun and the congregation of Tabernacle Baptist Church supports the ministry of Jason and Jaime Brewer and their family, who for six years have served as missionaries in Papua, New Guinea. The Tabernacle Baptist Church congregation is planning a 42 Tournament on Saturday February...

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New Bassmaster “Texas Fest” Elite Tourney and Expo Coming to Lake Fork in May
Feb05

New Bassmaster “Texas Fest” Elite Tourney and Expo Coming to Lake Fork in May

Michael Rogge with KiKi Bettis Does Spring make you think fishing? Michael Rogge, a well-known fishing guide and sportsman along with KiKi Bettis, Executive Director of the Wood County Industrial Commission, put the word out about an exciting new Lake Fork event when they visited the KSST studios on Tuesday February 5. In fact, the four-day Bassmaster “Texas Fest” Elite Tournament Festival is going to be for everyone of...

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HEART MONTH: Cardiology is a Unique Sub-Specialty of CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital in Sulphur Springs
Feb01

HEART MONTH: Cardiology is a Unique Sub-Specialty of CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital in Sulphur Springs

L. to R. Hospital Cath Lab Director Nolan Willis and Cardiologist Dr. Jai Varma February is American Heart Month, designed to bring public attention and awareness to heart health and the prevalence and severity of heart disease in the United States. On the February 1 KSST Good Morning Show, we invited Dr. Jai Varma, Cardiologist with Advanced Heart Care and Nolan Willis, Director of the Cath Lab at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital in...

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Chaffer’s Place Academy and Arts Offers Musical and Homeschool Education
Jan30

Chaffer’s Place Academy and Arts Offers Musical and Homeschool Education

Bringing a background of performing arts as well as homeschool skills, Kenya Duffey Chaffer and her husband Charles Chaffer have opened a first-of-it’s kind school in Sulphur Springs. On Tuesday January 29, 2019, the Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting at Chaffer’s Place Academy and Arts located near downtown at 410 Main Street. Kenya and Charles opened the doors of their building to a host of friends...

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Avoid the Flu This Season: Tips from Infection Control at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital in Sulphur Springs
Jan29

Avoid the Flu This Season: Tips from Infection Control at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital in Sulphur Springs

Ben Pegues is an RN at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital and works daily in the Infection Control department of the hospital. Not a bedside nurse, Ben and his colleagues in Infection Control are a team on the lookout for infection in every department of the hospital, from surgeries to ICU and of course, with infectious diseases like the Flu. During a KSST Morning Show interview, Ben gave some insight into where we stand locally this...

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“Shawls of Love” Volunteers Filling Local Need During American Heart Month
Jan29

“Shawls of Love” Volunteers Filling Local Need During American Heart Month

‘Shawls of Love’ volunteers from Sulphur Springs have joined the American Heart Association in connection with The Children’s Heart Foundation to celebrate American Heart Month by knitting and crocheting red hats for babies born in February at Christus Mother Frances Hospital. The crochet group meets monthly at the Sulphur Springs Seniors Center, and members also work on their projects at home and during their own...

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Cumby Robotics Team Qualifies for 2019 VEX State and National Competitions
Jan28

Cumby Robotics Team Qualifies for 2019 VEX State and National Competitions

Team member Kadden Cota explains the playing field and actions that the robots perform According to Ms. Lee Gifford, Robotics coach at Cumby ISD, the award-winning Cumby team will be going to State and National VEX Robotics meets during the Spring of 2019, hoping once again to qualify for the World title. The team earned the right to advance during a meet on Saturday January 26 where 20 teams competed to qualify for only two available...

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Miller Grove FFA Skills Team Presents Shop-Made Battering Ram to Rockwall Police SWAT Unit
Jan25

Miller Grove FFA Skills Team Presents Shop-Made Battering Ram to Rockwall Police SWAT Unit

The Miller Grove FFA Skills Team was happy to assist a community need by building a piece of equipment for an area law enforcement organization. Ag teacher and FFA sponsor Jeffery Gatlin let the students know how their skills could be used in a beneficial way by creating a battering ram for use by a SWAT team in rescue and apprehension. It was built to size, weight and balance specifications using scrap metal on hand and simple welds....

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