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Storm results in some hail damage, downed trees and power lines
Mar25

Storm results in some hail damage, downed trees and power lines

Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County weathered Monday’s early morning storm relatively unscathed, emergency officials said late Monday morning. Neither city nor county officials received reports of any tornado touching down in either Sulphur Springs or Hopkins County. County emergency officials went on high alert as the National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for the county starting shortly after midnight....

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Wildcats Track Results
Mar25

Wildcats Track Results

Two Wildcats Track Athletes Compete With Big Boys at Dallas Jesuit Sheaner Relays Saturday The Wildcats’ track team sent nine athletes to the Dallas Jesuit Sheaner Relays this past Friday and Saturday (March 22-23). They got two especially outstanding performances. Jeremiah Roland finished in second place in the high jump. Landry Tyson got a third place finish in the 300-meter hurdles. We will have a more complete report later...

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Wildcat Baseball Suffers Loss
Mar25

Wildcat Baseball Suffers Loss

Wildcats Baseball Coach Says Texas High Player Changed His Approach to Win Game Friday Texas High’s star Friday against the Wildcats was their lead off hitter Chris Sutton. Coach Hammack said he is a pull hitter than never goes to right field. Sutton went against form and hit the ball into right field to score the two runs that made a difference in a 6-4 Texas High win at Wildcat Park, Coach Hammack said he knew going in it was...

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Lady Cats Soccer Playoff Set
Mar25

Lady Cats Soccer Playoff Set

Lady Cats Soccer Bi-District Match Firmed Up, Lady Cats Face Hallsville The Hallsville Lady Bobcats leapfrogged Jacksonville into first place in District 16-5A soccer and that changed the Sulphur Springs Lady Cats playoff plans. The Lady Cats renew their rivalry with old district foe Hallsville in bi-district action. The two teams meet Friday (March 29) at 6 p.m. at Mount Pleasant’s Sam Parker Field. The Lady Cats are visitors....

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Channel 18 News:  Monday, March 25, 2019
Mar25
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Northeast Texas Farmer’s Co-op is 80 Years Old!
Mar25

Northeast Texas Farmer’s Co-op is 80 Years Old!

On March 24, 2019, “the Co-op” as it’s known in Sulphur Springs will begin it’s 80th year serving the farming community in Hopkins County and it’s member-patrons. For a good segment of our population, the Co-op is a household word, and almost a member of the family. Most everyone knows General Manager Brad Johnson, also Donnie Peters, Store Manager and Jim Ratzlaff, Credit Manager. Among the...

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Adam Teer Resigns As Civic Center Manager
Mar25

Adam Teer Resigns As Civic Center Manager

Hopkins County Civic Center Manager Adam Teer is resigning his post, effective April 8. Civic Center Manager Adam Teer Teer said told Hopkins County Commissioners Court that another career opportunity was presented to him, and after much consideration and prayer, he has accepted it. Hopkins County Judge Robert Newsom noted Teer will be going into hotel management. Teer declined to specify any further details about the new position...

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KSST is Giving Away Opening Day Texas Rangers Tickets!
Mar25

KSST is Giving Away Opening Day Texas Rangers Tickets!

KSST is giving away four tickets to the Thursday, March 28th, 2019 Texas Ranger Season Opener. The Rangers will be facing the Chicago Cubs. How to enter: Like KSST on Facebook, AND like this Post on Facebook. Rules: The tickets must be picked up in person from the KSST Studios. If they can’t be picked during business hours, after-hours pickup can be arranged. 903 885 3111The tickets must NOT be resold!Unclaimed tickets will be...

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City’s Public Safety Director On Administrative Leave Pending Investigation
Mar25

City’s Public Safety Director On Administrative Leave Pending Investigation

Sulphur Springs Public Safety Director Jay Sanders The city’s top public safety official has been placed on administrative leave, Sulphur Springs City Manager Marc Maxwell said Monday. Jay Sanders, whose job as public safety director is to oversee both Sulphur Springs Police Department and Fire Department, was placed on administrative leave with pay at the end of last week, city officials reported. The action is “due to...

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Intense But Brief Weather Affected Sulphur Springs Area During Early Monday
Mar25

Intense But Brief Weather Affected Sulphur Springs Area During Early Monday

Around midnight on Sunday March 24, 2019 the Early Warning Sirens situated in various areas around Sulphur Springs were heard, alerting residents to impending dangerous weather. The National Weather Service upgraded a Severe Thunderstorm Warning to include a Tornado Warning, and residents were told to take cover. James Terry, on air at the KSST Weather Desk, kept listeners informed of the alerts from the National Weather Service, and...

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