Winnsboro Police Report February 13-19, 2017
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Winnsboro Police Report February 13-19, 2017

Winnsboro Police made two arrests, investigated a minor accident, responded to 116 calls for service, and issued 27 citations and 25 warnings during the February 13-19 report period. James Swann, 22 of Winnsboro, was arrested on February 17th for possession of a controlled substance Penalty Group 1, less than 1-gram. Damon Bell, 30 of Mt Pleasant was arrested on February 13th on a Titus County warrant. In the 400 block of South...

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Channel 18 News Tuesday, February 21, 2017
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Sulphur Springs Boys Baseball Sign Up Ends February 27
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Sulphur Springs City Council Candidates Set
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Sulphur Springs City Council Candidates Set

The May 6th ballot for Sulphur Springs City Council will feature one incumbent, a former city employee, an SSISD employee and two former city council members. KSST will present a more complete look at the candidates in March. Each candidate will be asked the same set of questions and their response will be published on ksstradio.com. For Place 6, former city council members Brad Burgin and Charles Oxford are joined by SSISD...

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Emma Lee Singleton
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Emma Lee Singleton

Funeral Service for Emma Lee Singleton, age 84, of Sulphur Springs are pending with Murray-Orwosky Funeral Home. Emma passed away Monday, February 20, 2017 at Medical City, Dallas. Share...

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EDC Sees Strong Interest in Local Area for Expanding/Relocating Business and Industry
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EDC Sees Strong Interest in Local Area for Expanding/Relocating Business and Industry

In recent weeks, the local Economic Development Corporation has been busy with prospective manufacturing and business companies inquiring about and visiting Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County. With the approach of spring and the first of the year in the rear view mirror, companies are beginning to explore options for expansion and/or relocation. Roger Feagley, EDC Director, told KSST News he has no set pattern in his approach to...

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Justin Davis LaCour
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Justin Davis LaCour

Justin Davis LaCour, 74, of Commerce passed away on Saturday, February 18, 2017. Justin was born in Alexandria, LA., on August 28, 1942, to Stella Helma Barker LaCour and Joseph Wilford LaCour. He enjoyed fishing, flowers and gardening. Justin opened and ran Red Coleman’s Liquor Store in Commerce. He also served as a volunteer on the Commerce Fire Department and as Fire Chief for a combined period of over 20 years. Survivors...

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ESPN 30 For 30 Series Trojan War, USC Trojans and Pete Carrol, Featured at A & M Commerce
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ESPN 30 For 30 Series Trojan War, USC Trojans and Pete Carrol, Featured at A & M Commerce

COMMERCE, TX— The ESPN 30 For 30 series, a collection of documentary films that highlight notable sports personalities and important sports events, will be screening one of its 2015 documentary films at Texas A&M University-Commerce. The film, known as “Trojan War,” is directed by Aaron Thomas and produced by Malik Aziz, and tells the story of the University of Southern California’s football team, the Trojans, under the leadership...

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Tuesday Forecast
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Tuesday Forecast

High: 72; Low: 50; Wind: North, northwest 5-15 mph, gusting to 20 mph Share...

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Wildcats Begin Bi-district Tuesday vs. North Forney at Lindale
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Wildcats Begin Bi-district Tuesday vs. North Forney at Lindale

Wildcats Basketball Coach Clark Cipoletta, on KSST Radio and Channel 18 TV’s SaturdayMorning Coaches Show, said his team is confident going into the bi-district playoff game with North Forney, Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Lindale. The game can be heard live on KSST and ksstradio.com stream. It will be replayed later on Suddenlink Cable Channel 18. Coach Cipoletta said North Forney is led by two seniors. They have a 6-foot-8 post...

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