Savannah Owens, Author at Ksst Radio
TAMUC Offers Summer Fun for Almost Everyone
Jun17

TAMUC Offers Summer Fun for Almost Everyone

By Laura Owens Texas A&M Commerce is hosting their FALL New Student Orientation this summer.  Students arrived on June 14th to find energetic upperclassmen who were eager to help them get started. Students experienced several informational sessions around the campus, took identification card pictures and set up accounts.  The day ended with a rally in the auditorium and special interest sessions. The day was filled with fun and...

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Meal a Day Menu for June 18th-22nd
Jun17

Meal a Day Menu for June 18th-22nd

Meal A Day Menu June 18th –  June 22nd   Monday Beef Patty with Roast Gravy Mashed Potatoes Green Beans Roll   Tuesday Oven Omelet Ham Orange Slices Blue Berry Muffins Wednesday Chicken Pot Pie Pickled Beets Broccoli   Thursday Sour Cream Beef Enchiladas Refried Beans Chips and Salsa Tossed Salad   Friday Cheese Hamburger Lettuce, Tomato and Onion Pickle Spears Pork-N-Beans Potato...

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2018 Senior Ice Cream Freeze Off: Sign Up Today!
Jun16

2018 Senior Ice Cream Freeze Off: Sign Up Today!

Please see attached Flyer for the 2018 Ice Cream Freeze Off that will be held on Thursday, July 12th at the Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center. If you would like to enter a Freezer Full of Ice Cream Please call or email Karon Weatherman at (903)-885-1661.  Please tell her what flavor you will be making. Please have your Ice Cream here early so we can have everyone lined up and ready to serve at 2:00. The Judges will be the Senior...

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Tira News for June 15th, 2018
Jun15

Tira News for June 15th, 2018

By Jan Vaughn Joyce Dodd would like to let everyone know about a Bible study at the Tira United Methodist Church every other Tuesday at 1:00, taught by Beth Hargrave. She says, “Bring your Bible and study with us on June 26th”. Tonja Dodd Jones and Jerry Lucas were married on Sunday, June 10, 2018, at the Sulphur Bluff Assembly of God church. The couple will be living in Tira, after a short wedding trip. Tonja is the daughter of...

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Nitrate and Prussic Acid Management By Mario Villarino
Jun15

Nitrate and Prussic Acid Management By Mario Villarino

The One Health concept is a strategy for expanding interdisciplinary collaborations and communications in all aspects of health care for humans, animals and the environment. To promote improvement in community health, The Hopkins County Leadership Advisory Board is sponsoring a two series event (July 6 and 13) at 6:30 PM at the Hopkins County Extension Office with the idea of conducting an open discussion related to pet and human...

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Meal a Day Menu for June 11th-15th
Jun11

Meal a Day Menu for June 11th-15th

Meal A Day Menu June 11th –  June 15th   Monday Chicken Fried Chicken Mashed Potatoes Providence Vegetables Roll   Tuesday Spaghetti and Meatballs English Peas Garlic Toast Wednesday Tater Tot Casserole Corn Squash Tossed Salad   Thursday Sliced Ham and Dressing Sweet Potatoes Green Beans Roll   Friday Chili Cheese Dogs Fritos Pickle...

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A Spectacular Night with the Hot Air Balloon Glow: 2018 Dairy Fest
Jun11

A Spectacular Night with the Hot Air Balloon Glow: 2018 Dairy Fest

The Balloon glow is always a crowd favorite of the Dairy Festival. This year viewers enjoyed the “Spider-pig” and “Ladybug” as well as many other  beautiful hot air balloons. The hot air balloon pilots amused spectators as they lit up their balloons to keep time with the music which played in the background. It was an amazing show that could only be described as spectacular. Several pilots talked with onlookers...

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2018 Dairy Festival Parade: Party till the Cows Come Home
Jun11

2018 Dairy Festival Parade: Party till the Cows Come Home

The Dairy Festival Parade matched this years Dairy Festival Theme of “Party till the Cows Come Home” as each float was decorated to resemble many different sorts of parties: Tea-parties, Luau’s, slumber parties, masquerades, and much more! All the floats were creative and had intricate designs.  As usual, many of the floats threw candy to the delight of the children in the crowd. The Dairy Museum gave out stress...

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2018 Junior Dairy Show
Jun11

2018 Junior Dairy Show

At the 2018 Junior Dairy Show 26 Local FFA and 4H students in 3rd grade through high school competed to see who raised the best calves this year. Only calves born September 1st or after of last year were eligible to compete. The top 15 placed calves will be sold to the top bidder and the students receive the money.  Many of the students try to buy their calves back since they forge strong bonds over months of caring for them.   This...

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Chillin’ at the Ice Cream Freeze Off
Jun10

Chillin’ at the Ice Cream Freeze Off

Friends of all ages visited at the Ice cream freeze off while enjoying an exciting assortment of ice cream flavors. This year’s freeze off brought several hundred people out to the Shannon Oaks Church Lawn where the ice cream cooks had set up in the shade. There were a variety of flavors for all types of folks. Fruit flavors included Banana, Plum, and Peach. A highly talked about flavor included Vanilla Dr. Pepper. Others included...

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