Frustration Key To Lady Cats Losses At T-High
Oct23

Frustration Key To Lady Cats Losses At T-High

The Lady Cats’ volleyball team lost 3-0 at Texas High Tuesday night. Coach Allison Irvin said the first set was the best for the Lady Cats. After that close loss, frustration seemed to set in. Coach Irvin said the Lady Cats had too many errors although they served very well. The Lady Cats are at Pine Tree Friday at 4:30 p.m. By Don Julian, KSST News and Sports Director...

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Pine Tree Might Be Tougher Than Their Record
Oct23

Pine Tree Might Be Tougher Than Their Record

Could the Pine Tree game be a trap game for the Wildcats’ football team? Wildcats Football Coach Greg Owens is not interested in being the trapee. He knows Pine Tree is only 1-6 but they defeated Mt. Pleasant last week. Coach Owens notes they have been in most games and they have the ability to move the ball up and down the field. For the most part Pine Tree has just failed to click. Coach Owens is not interested in helping them out...

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Zombie Run To Raise Funds For SSHS Project Graduation Celebration
Oct23

Zombie Run To Raise Funds For SSHS Project Graduation Celebration

The Sulphur Springs High School Senior Class of 2015 is having a Zombie Run and Fun to raise money to defray costs of their Project Graduation Celebration. It’s Saturday beginning at 6:45 p.m. taking off from Celebration Plaza. Zombies along the route will be trying to take runners’ flags. The run is part of lots of activities from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. including a dunking booth, games, a live DJ, dance contest and much more. By Don...

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Cover Girl Race Down To Three Contestants
Oct23

Cover Girl Race Down To Three Contestants

There are now three contestants for Fall Festival Cover Girl. One young lady decided to drop out Friday. Contestants Shelbie Lackey of Cumby, Miranda Rushin of North Hopkins and Morgan Mayers of Sulphur Springs competed Tuesday in cow milking, calf scramble, saddling and mounting a horse and tractor driving. Events continue Thursday evening at 6 p.m. at the Equine Pavilion. By Don Julian, KSST News and Sports...

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Summer Paving Program Extending Into Fall Season
Oct23

Summer Paving Program Extending Into Fall Season

The city of Sulphur Springs Summer Paving Program is a Fall Paving Program again this year and it’s now underway in earnest. A contractor is doing the overlay work on several streets around town. Meanwhile a city crew will soon start reconstruction work on Lamar Street. It will also include water, sewer and drainage improvements. At the same time, a water line will be replaced along FM 2285 and a sewer line on Broadway. By Don Julian,...

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Cross Country Teams Qualify For Regionals
Oct22

Cross Country Teams Qualify For Regionals

The Wildcats and Lady Cats Cross Country Teams both qualified for Regional as both finished in third place at the District Meet in Mt. Pleasant Tuesday morning. The Regional Meet will take place November 1 at Lynn Creek Park in Grand Prairie. By Don Julian, KSST News and Sports Director

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Tyler and the Tribe Visit KSST
Oct22

Tyler and the Tribe Visit KSST

Most of the local band Tyler and the Tribe were guests on KSST’s Good Morning Show with Enola Gay Tuesday morning. Appearing were guitarist and singer Tyler Jones of Emory and guitarist Heath Robinson and drummer Jordan Owens of Sulphur Springs. Bass player Colton Joe Smith of Saltillo was unable to attend. Tyler and the Tribe will open as main support for the Cody Johnson Concert Friday at 8:15 p.m. at the Civic Center as part of...

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High School Theatre Department Raising Funds For United Way
Oct22

High School Theatre Department Raising Funds For United Way

The Sulphur Springs High School Theatre Department is having a play with dessert featuring the short comedy 10 Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse. It will take place Thursday, October 30 on the Middle School Stage. There will be performances at 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 and are available from cast members or by calling the High School. Proceeds will go to the United Way. By Don Julian, KSST News and Sports...

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Shrek The Musical Coming In November
Oct22

Shrek The Musical Coming In November

New Sulphur Springs High School Theatre Arts Director Lesha Woodard said Tuesday the fall production, Shrek The Musical, is coming along very well. One last blocking rehearsal is planned. Besides students, the cast also includes five teachers and Principal Josh Williams as Grumpy the Dwarf and Superintendent Michael Lamb as a Bishop who performs weddings. Shrek will be staged November 15-17 at the Civic Center Auditorium. By Don...

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United Way Update
Oct22

United Way Update

After a third report meeting Tuesday, the Hopkins County United Way has collected $38,588.92. That’s 24.1% of the goal of $160,000. A total of $13,774.92 came in Tuesday alone. The meeting featured a visit by former United Way Secretary Charlotte Henderson, who Drive Chairman Chris Voorheese called a United Way Legend. A Burgers At the Banks event Thursday during lunch will benefit United Way. By Don Julian, KSST News and Sports...

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