Jimmy Rogers, Author at Ksst Radio
Channel 18 News, Wednesday, April 25, 2018
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Wildcats Prepare for Hallville Following Loss to Greenville
Apr25

Wildcats Prepare for Hallville Following Loss to Greenville

Wildcats Baseball Coach Jerrod Hammack said he didn’t see this coming. He was disappointed and surprised that his Wildcats lost 3-0 to Greenville Tuesday night and could manage only one hit in the game. Adding to his disappointment was the fact that district leader Hallsville also lost at home to red hot Texas High, 8-1 Tuesday night. Coach Hammack said if the Wildcats had taken care of business at home, they would have been...

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Wildcat Susic Signs With East Texas Baptist University
Apr25

Wildcat Susic Signs With East Texas Baptist University

After a while, Wildcats senior defensive lineman Vuk Susic began to feel he would not be hearing from any colleges interested in him as a college player. Then one day he heard from Northern Illinois and also from East Texas Baptist University in Marshall. Susic decided to visit ETBU in Marshall and he said he liked the Marshall campus. Wednesday Susic announced that he would be going to ETBU to play college football. Susic said ETBU...

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Lady Cat Tran, Wildcat Lewis at Regional Tournament
Apr25

Lady Cat Tran, Wildcat Lewis at Regional Tournament

Tran at Regional Golf Tournaments Lady Cats’ freshman golfer Miriam Tran began play in the Regional Golf Tournament at Rockwall Golf and Athletic Club on Wednesday (April 25). The tournament will continue with a second round on Thursday. Playing on the same course at the District Tournament on April 5-6, Tran shot a 93 the first day and 87 the second day to qualify for the Regional Tournament. The Lady Cats were third at the...

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First Two Days Prove Slow Start to Early Voting in City Council Election
Apr25

First Two Days Prove Slow Start to Early Voting in City Council Election

With 169 votes cast, 94 votes cast Tuesday and 75 votes cast Monday, by city residents registered to vote, the first two days provide a slow start to early voting in the Sulphur Springs City Council election. Places 1, 2, and 3 are on the ballot and each Place has two candidates. In Place 1, Erica Armstrong is challenging incumbent Craig Johnson. Place 2 incumbent Clay Walker chose not to seek re-election. Vying for Place two are Sara...

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Keller Sentenced to 10 Years for Cattle Theft
Apr25

Keller Sentenced to 10 Years for Cattle Theft

Lane Wesley Keller, 21, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for cattle theft and two (2) years state jail for Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle Tuesday afternoon in Eighth Judicial District Court, according to District Attorney Will Ramsey. In October of last year, Keller, at his attorney’s office, had confessed to investigators his involvement in the theft of cattle in Hopkins County. Keller had taken investigators to the...

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Wildcats Lose First Game at New Park as Greenville Fights for Play-off Spot
Apr25

Wildcats Lose First Game at New Park as Greenville Fights for Play-off Spot

The Wildcats’ baseball team lost its first game at new Wildcat Park Tuesday night (April 24). The Greenville Lions gave up no runs, just one hit and had ten hits of their own in a 3-0 victory over the Wildcats. The Lions scored single runs in the third, fourth and sixth innings. Pacen Edwards deserved a better fate for the Wildcats. Edwards pitched five innings and allowed 2 runs and seven hits. Jaxon Chaney worked the last two...

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North Hopkins Panthers Shut Out Campbell 15-0
Apr25

North Hopkins Panthers Shut Out Campbell 15-0

The North Hopkins’ baseball team got another lopsided district win Tuesday as the Panthers shut out Campbell, 15-0 at Campbell. In the game shortened to four innings due to the ten run rule, the Panthers got of to a good start with six first inning runs. They added seven runs in the third inning and two more in the fourth. Wyatt Wharton was dominating on the mound allowed no runs and only one hit while striking out ten. The...

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Wednesday Forecast
Apr25

Wednesday Forecast

60% chance of showers and thunderstorms; High 65; Low: 47; Wind: North northwest 10-15 mph, gusting to 25 mph

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Joanne “Nonnie” Covington
Apr24

Joanne “Nonnie” Covington

Funeral services for Joanne “Nonnie” Covington, age 78, of Plano, formerly of Sulphur Springs, will be held at 2:00 p.m., Friday, April 27, 2018 at Peerless Baptist Church with Rev. Doyle Hayes officiating. Pallbearers will be Jerry Nickerson, Larry Kerns, Chaz Hinkeldey, Corey Covington, Collen Covington, Grover Craig, Michael Covington, and Richard Covington. Visitation will be held from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., Thursday, April 26, 2018...

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