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Resident on Plano Street Charged With 10 Counts of Possession of Child Pornography
Oct20

Resident on Plano Street Charged With 10 Counts of Possession of Child Pornography

According to Sheriff Lewis Tatum, two weeks ago, Hopkins County Sheriff’s Investigator Sgt. Corley Weatherford received several complaints from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Weatherford, who heads up the local task force, began investigation that led to the arrest of River James Graham, 21, a resident on Plano Street in Sulphur Springs. Graham has been charged with 10 counts of possession of child...

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Hopkins County
Oct19

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Hopkins County

Ragan Dennis, a caseworker and counselor employed by Safe-T Family Services located in Sulphur Springs, visited the KSST Studios during Domestic Violence Awareness Month. She wants to let the public know where help is available for persons threatened in an abusive or potentially violent situation, relationship or lifestyle.  Through it’s network of agencies, Safe-T helps provide counseling,  support and housing for  women, women...

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Wildcats Marching Band Qualified for Area Competition
Oct18

Wildcats Marching Band Qualified for Area Competition

The Wildcats Marching Band qualified for Area competition at the UIL Region IV Marching Contest in Mt. Pleasant Tuesday. Wildcats Band Director Charles McCauley said it was a big, big deal. The UIL contest is the first leg of the annual quest for sweepstakes by the band. Every other year, bands can advance to area and state and this is that year, McCauley said the band had a really good day. He called their performance on Tuesday the...

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Lady Cats Outlast Pine Tree With 3-2 Win; Remain Tied for First Place in District
Oct17

Lady Cats Outlast Pine Tree With 3-2 Win; Remain Tied for First Place in District

For the second straight match, the Lady Cats’ volleyball team won a crucial set 5 to take a 3-2 win. Tuesday night as they outlasted Pine Tree on the road, 11-25, 25-20, 26-28, 25-19 and 15-13. Last Friday they won at home over Texas High, 3-2. Lady Cats Volleyball Coach Justin Maness called Tuesday night’s contest a great match. The Lady Cats assured they will at least stay tied for first place after Tuesday’s game....

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Hall of Honor Inductees: An Update on the Recipients
Oct17

Hall of Honor Inductees: An Update on the Recipients

FB13 FB14 FB15 FB16 FB17 The following 2017 Hall of Honor Inductees were inducted into the Wildcat Hall of Honor on Friday October 13th, 2017. ASHLEY WELDON (A.W.) LINDLEY – Class of 1925 – Football “A. W. Lindley not only set a football record that remains unbroken to this day, he also was a sophomore letterman on the first SSHS district championship football team in 1922. At 180 pounds as a junior, he was the largest player on...

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As Propellant Canister is Removed the T-Shirt Launcher Explodes at Wildcat Football Game
Oct16

As Propellant Canister is Removed the T-Shirt Launcher Explodes at Wildcat Football Game

An explosion during the second quarter of the Wildcat Friday night football game at Prim Stadium sounded like a weapon firing or even louder to many in attendance at the game and to those across the street from the stadium. The t-shirt cannon/launcher, used by the Cat Pack to propel t-shirts into the crowd following Wildcat touchdowns, exploded causing minor injuries to two students and requiring stitches in the fingers of one,...

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Lady Cat Volleyball Defeats Texas High to Take Half Game Lead in District Play
Oct14

Lady Cat Volleyball Defeats Texas High to Take Half Game Lead in District Play

The Lady Cats’ volleyball team surged into first place after they edged by Texas High in a pulse pounding five set win, 3-2 in Wildcats Gym Friday. The Lady Cats got off to a fast start. Perhaps playing their best set of the year, the Lady Cats dominated Texas High, 25-5. Erika VanBenthem served for six straight points. Sadie Stroud later had nine serves for points. Texas High fought back to even the match with a set two...

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Two Local Men Arrested for Cattle Theft
Oct13

Two Local Men Arrested for Cattle Theft

Hopkins County Sheriff’s Investigator Dennis Findley and Texas State Cattle Raisers’ Special Ranger Toney Hurley arrested two local men for the theft of 12 head of cattle and selling them in Oklahoma. Landon Dee Harness, 22, of Sulphur Springs and Lane Wesley Keller, 21 were arrested for Theft of Cattle, less than $150,000. The pair had secretly fed the cattle for a period of time and were able to load them into trailers using the...

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Hopkins County Military Coalition Seeks Additional Members
Oct12

Hopkins County Military Coalition Seeks Additional Members

The Hopkins County Military Coalition is an all Volunteer Unit formed in 1998 of Veterans from different branches of service whose primary purpose is to provide final Military Honors for any Honorably Discharged Veteran in and around Hopkins County.  According to Karon Weatherman, Senior Citizen Center Executive, the Hopkins County Military Coalition is in need of additional members to be able to fulfill the requests from...

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City Council Approves First Reading of Ordinance Regulating Pay Day Lenders, Concrete for Crosstown Trail, Plat for Love’s Travel Center
Oct11

City Council Approves First Reading of Ordinance Regulating Pay Day Lenders, Concrete for Crosstown Trail, Plat for Love’s Travel Center

During the Sulphur Springs City Council Meeting the council approved all items on the agenda. Love’s Travel Center, to be located across Highway 19 from Pilot Truck Stop, will be required to install a 12-inch water main as a part of the plat approval. City Manager Maxwell noted to KSST News that the two agencies in the world that provide mapping information to all the other GPS groups have been updated with the new configuration at...

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