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Argyle vs Liberty-Eylau at Prim Stadium Friday Night September 28, 2018
Sep25

Argyle vs Liberty-Eylau at Prim Stadium Friday Night September 28, 2018

The Wildcats’ football team may have an open date Friday (September 28) but Gerald Prim Stadium will be the site for quality Class 4A match ups both Thursday (September 27) and Friday. On Thursday, Liberty-Eylau and Argyle freshmen and JV teams will meet beginning at 5 p.m. Then Friday night at 7:30 p.m., the L-E and Argyle varsity teams will play. Liberty-Eylau is 1-3 for the season but they have played a rugged schedule. They...

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Lady Cats Slip to 0-2 in District Following Loss to Lindale
Sep25

Lady Cats Slip to 0-2 in District Following Loss to Lindale

The #25 state ranked Lady Cats’ volleyball team saw their district record slip to 0-2 after a 3-1 loss at #14 ranked Lindale Tuesday (September 25) night. The score was 18-25, 26-24, 14-25 and 22-25. It was the Lady Cats second road loss in district play. In set one, the Lady Eagles led only 17-16 but then closed with an 8-2 run to win, 25-18. The Lady Cats just hung on to win set two. They had a 24-19 lead late but the Lady...

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Channel 18 News Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Sep25
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Wildcat Football: Coordinators Review Royse City Game
Sep25

Wildcat Football: Coordinators Review Royse City Game

Wildcats Offensive Coordinator Matt Young on Royse City Game and Open Date Going into last Thursday (September 20) night’s game at Royse City, Wildcats Offensive Coordinator Matt Young said he found several things to worry about. One was the odd Thursday game instead of the usual Friday date. Then came he weather delay. There was the Bulldogs ball control offense that gave the Wildcats only 8 or 9 possessions during the game and...

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Game Day: Lady Cat Volleyball at Lindale; Team Tennis Match Moved to Wednesday
Sep25

Game Day: Lady Cat Volleyball at Lindale; Team Tennis Match Moved to Wednesday

The Lady Cats’ volleyball team is back in action in district play on this game day Tuesday (September 25). The Lady Cats travel to Lindale to face the Lady Eagles. The Lady Cats are 0-1 in district play after Friday’s 3-1 loss at Royse City in the district opener for both teams. The Lady Eagles are off to a 1-0 start in district play as they won at Mount Pleasant last Friday, 3-0. The Lady Cats have a season record of 24-8...

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Subscribe to KSST Radio YouTube Channel to View News and Sports
Sep25

Subscribe to KSST Radio YouTube Channel to View News and Sports

Not everyone subscribes to Sudden Link Cable in Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County. So what do you do if you want to see Channel 18 video productions of news and/or sports? Subscribe to ksst radio YouTube Channel. Using computer, smartphone, you can view on your devise or cast the video to your television through your streaming device. Currently the week night news casts are posted as are sports events in replay. Wildcat football...

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‘The Write Stuff’ from Young Publishers Class at Thee Treehouse Christian School
Sep25

‘The Write Stuff’ from Young Publishers Class at Thee Treehouse Christian School

Young Publishers Phil Criswell, Christian Ebel and Rebeccah Jackson with Creative Writing teacher Sharon Feldt After forty years of teaching kindergarten in public classrooms and teaching writing on the college level, Sharon Feldt of Sulphur Springs, Texas came out of retirement to teach again. It has become her dream job because it’s positioned in a most satisfying environment for her creative skills. Back in 2017, Sharon...

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A Glimpse of Some Fun and Interesting Activities at the Sulphur Springs Sr. Center to Benefit the Community
Sep25

A Glimpse of Some Fun and Interesting Activities at the Sulphur Springs Sr. Center to Benefit the Community

This week alone, a series of activities which benefit the community was held at the Seniors Center in Sulphur Springs, Texas. This was not exactly a special week, but a snapshot of the kind of good things going on there all the time!  A free educational seminar about Medicare benefits, a meeting by a group which uses their knitting skills to benefit persons in need, and a Mini-Walk to raise funds for an Alzheimer’s Caregiver...

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National 4-H Week October 7-13 Proclaimed in Hopkins County
Sep25

National 4-H Week October 7-13 Proclaimed in Hopkins County

Hopkins County Commissioners Court proclaimed October 7-13, National 4-H Week in the county. WHEREAS, The Hopkins County Commissioner’s Court is proud to honor the 4-H Youth Development Program of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service for 111 years of providing experience-based education to youngsters throughout the Lone Star State; and WHEREAS, This admirable program, which seeks to provide a learning experience for the...

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Failure to Register Social Media Presence Leads to Arrest of Parolee
Sep25

Failure to Register Social Media Presence Leads to Arrest of Parolee

Recently place on parole for Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child, Wayne Ray Campbell, 28, of Sulphur Springs, is back in Hopkins County Jail for Sex Offender Duty to Register for Life/Quarterly. Campbell failed to register his social media account and had begun to ask the wrong/inappropriate questions regarding a child in conversations on the account. Campbell was seeking someone to care for a relative that is in ill health but...

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