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The Best News That We Didn’t Report This Week
Jul10

The Best News That We Didn’t Report This Week

By: Jordan Owens Here are some of the stories that we DIDN’T report this week. Not because we failed as news reporters, but because these stories failed to be “news worthy.”   For the record… -Cumby police responded to a call on Depot Street around 10:23 p.m. Saturday, July 4th. A man was reportedly “laying partially in the roadway intoxicated.” The 46-year-old Kingston man was arrested for...

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Tyrik Rollison Looking Towards Next Level
Mar17

Tyrik Rollison Looking Towards Next Level

Texas A&M University-Commerce welcomed many pro scouts for NFL teams to Memorial Stadium in Commerce, Texas on Tuesday afternoon. Among the Lions to participate in drills was 2009 Sulphur Springs High School graduate and A&M Commerce quarterback Tyrik Rollison. Rollison said he was thankful to do the one thing he had looked forward to all his life. He said if he is not drafted next month, he will continue to seek a spot on an...

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Team Phannah ???
Mar11

Team Phannah ???

  Pharrell Williams was the big winner in last night’s episode of “The Voice” by stealing local artist Hannah Kirby when her current team captain Blake Shelton chose Sarah Potenza over Hannah during a Battle Round.  As soon as Blake chose Sarah, both Adam Levine and Pharrell Williams buzzed in to try and “steal” Hannah, but it was Pharrell that ultimately convinced Hannah to be on his team.  It was...

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Bright Star Baseball 2015 Registration Now Open
Feb24

Bright Star Baseball 2015 Registration Now Open

The Bright Star Baseball league is very proud to announce its spring 2015 baseball season registration is now open. Bright Star Baseball is a special needs league that allows male and female youth in our community ages 5 – 18 experience the game of baseball. Each player has a buddy that will be assigned to them to help them as needed both on and off the field so their parents will have the opportunity to sit back, relax, and watch...

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Kitchen Cupboard Makeover

Kitchen Cupboard Makeover Have you looked, really looked, at the foods in your kitchen cupboards lately?  Is it time to toss out a few items?  Should others be moved to a better location or storage container?  Below are a few items that often get overlooked and underused. The following storage tips are based on food stored at room temperatures of about 70 degrees F.  The times are those generally cited for maintaining best food...

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Good Time Oldies Movie Weekend!
Feb18

Good Time Oldies Movie Weekend!

It’s a Movie Memories Weekend on Good Time Oldies! In celebration of the Academy Awards on Sunday we’ll showcase some of the best movie hits and Oscar winners from the `60s, `70s, and `80s.  Be sure to tune into KSST 1230 and the KSST Radio smartphone app this weekend to enjoy the greatest movie industry hits! Share...

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Dr. Randy Boyte
Feb18

Dr. Randy Boyte

Private Services were held for Dr. Randy Boyte, age 58 of Pickton who passed away on Tuesday, February 17, 2015, at Hopkins County Memorial Hospital. He was born on February 24, 1956 to Edwin Wendle and Mary Ermaline (Moore) Boyte in Dallas.  He married Margaret Sue Reimer on February 28, 1976 in Medord, OK.  He was a retired minister and affiliated with The Way Bible Church. Along with his wife, he is survived by his daughter, Sheri...

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Troy Tanton
Feb18

Troy Tanton

Graveside services for Troy Wayne Tanton, age 62 of Sulphur Springs will be held at 1:00 p.m., Friday, February 20, 2015 at Restlawn Memorial Park with Rev. Damon Wilks and Rev. Lee Huff officiating. Visitation will be held from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., Thursday, February 19, 2015 at Murray-Orwosky Funeral Home. Mr. Tanton passed away on Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at Trinity Mother Frances in Tyler.  He was born in Sulphur Springs on August...

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Season Of Giving At 7 Star Travel Center
Dec22

Season Of Giving At 7 Star Travel Center

‘Tis the season for giving and Mohammad Babar, owner of 7 Star Travel Center located at the old Crossroads truck stop location, is in the spirit of the season. He and his wife have gathered names of local underprivileged children from customers of their store and have purchased Christmas toys for over 170 kids. The toys will be given away tonight during a party at 6:30 at Zinga’s Kitchen located inside 7 Star Travel Center. Free...

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Robert Valton Mason

Robert Valton Mason, age 78, of Point, died Friday, Dec. 12, 2014, at Presbyterian Hospital of Kaufman. Mr. Mason was born in Bayou on April 19, 1936, to N.J. and Ethel Jane Rice Mason. He married Bertie Inez Mitchell in Kirbhyville on Feb. 13, 1954. Mr. Mason was a hard working man, and a good provider for his family. He will be greatly missed. He is survived by son Jeff Mason and wife Elizabeth of Katy, sister Fay Mason,...

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