Downtown Farmers Market Will Change
Sep12

Downtown Farmers Market Will Change

Sulphur Springs City Manager Marc Maxwell believes that the city’s farmers’ market is going to change its’ personality over the next year. He sees less emphasis on food and more in arts due to the increased number of restaurants downtown. Maxwell admits the local farmers’ market has not taken off here. He says more producers with lots of product to sale are just not available here. Maxwell says that has surprised him....

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New County DWI Policy
Sep12

New County DWI Policy

Lawmen in Hopkins County will soon be changing the way they handle suspected DWI cases. If a suspect refuses to give a blood sample or take a Breathalyzer test, lawmen will contact either District Judge Eddie Northcutt, County Court at Law Judge Amy Smith or County Judge Robert Newsom for a search warrant for a blood draw. Judge Newsom said the new policy would result in stronger cases to prosecute...

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In the Spirit of Cooperation
Sep12

In the Spirit of Cooperation

With the new Hopkins County Jail project coming close to railroad property, Hopkins County Judge Robert Newsom has been working on an agreement with the railroad. Judge Newsom said he found the first draft from the railroad to be unacceptable. He suggested some changes and he said he’s optimistic the revised document would be approved by both parties. The east side of the jail project is near railroad property....

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September Events at the Library
Sep12

September Events at the Library

September is National Library Card Sign Up Month as libraries, including the Sulphur Springs Public Library, seek new members. Cards are free. During September, the local library also has a special way to reduce library fines. It ‘s called Food For Fines. Every non-perishable food item donated reduces fines by $1. At the end of the month, all food items will be donated to the Community Chest Food Bank....

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Hospital Approves Deficit Budget
Aug27

Hospital Approves Deficit Budget

Prior to voting for a deficit budget and a tax rate increase, Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Board member Suzanne Bankston said she was unhappy. She said she would vote for the budget as the very best that they could do but she added the board needed to look for major ways to make major revisions in the budget. Ms. Bankston said the board needed to determine what services they could deliver and which ones might be best done by...

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Triston Abron Wildcat Defensive Co-ordinator
Aug26

Triston Abron Wildcat Defensive Co-ordinator

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Matt Young Wildcat Offensive Co-ordinator
Aug26

Matt Young Wildcat Offensive Co-ordinator

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Rogers and Mulberry Streets Reconstruction Next
Aug11

Rogers and Mulberry Streets Reconstruction Next

[sc_embed_player fileurl="http://www.ksstradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Maxwell-on-Rogers-Street.mp3"]Listen to the interview with Marc Maxwell. A city of Sulphur Springs street crew made a first concrete pour as they worked on rebuilding Rogers Street between Connally and Van Sickle Monday. They started at 4 a.m. using portable light to see. That keeps them out of the hot afternoons when concrete dries very rapidly. Rogers and...

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Allison Irvin Talks About the Teams Progress
Aug11

Allison Irvin Talks About the Teams Progress

[sc_embed_player fileurl="http://www.ksstradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Lady-Cats-Volleyball.mp3"]Listen to the interview with Allison Irvin. New Lady Cats Volleyball Coach Allison Irvin learned a lot about her team from a pair of scrimmages last Friday and Saturday. Coach Irvin said she learned some strengths of the team and also some areas that needed work. The best scrimmage for the Lady Cats was Friday at home against Cumby...

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VBS at Central Baptist

[sc_embed_player fileurl="http://www.ksstradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/VBS-Central-Baptist.mp3"] Listen to the interview. Central Baptist Church in Sulphur Springs is having Vacation Bible School next week Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until noon each day. The public is invited to send their children entering the first through the fifth grades. The children will rotate between areas offering snacks, bounce houses and games,...

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