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Community Comes Together at Reilly Springs After Tree Damage from Wind
Mar17

Community Comes Together at Reilly Springs After Tree Damage from Wind

Following a storm which affected parts of Hopkins County early Thursday, March 14, a few damage reports came in to KSST. One of those was from tree damage at the Reilly Springs Community Center. A large tree was uprooted and fell across a driveway to the Community Center which connects it to the Reilly Springs Baptist Church next door. Apparently, the tree had a weakened root system. There was no injury and no damage to any building,...

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Sulphur Springs Animal Shelter Receives a Grant from Lambert’s MuttNation
Mar17

Sulphur Springs Animal Shelter Receives a Grant from Lambert’s MuttNation

On Saturday March 16, 2019, Barbi Blanch, an employee of City of Sulphur Springs Animal Control, noticed on Facebook that her shelter was the Texas recipient of the 50 States/50 Shelters Grant, an annual selection among deserving animal shelters. She quickly shared the news with her co-worker Annie Patridge. Interestingly, the Shelter already had a Pet Adoption Day scheduled that day at Tractor Supply in Sulphur Springs, so it turned...

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Dinner Bell Menu For March 20, 2019
Mar17

Dinner Bell Menu For March 20, 2019

Dinner Bell March 20, 2019 The V. F. W. local post is the Community Partner  Menu: Shepherd’s Pie Roasted Vegetables Garden Salad Yeast Rolls Pecan Pie Cake Butterscotch Pudding (the no added sugar dessert) Make Dinner Bell a Spring Break outing. Your out of school children are very welcome. Same time (11:45 a.m.). Same place (Fellowship Hall of the First United Methodist Church). Hope to see you for good food and great...

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Blue Blazes Upcoming Spring Show
Mar15

Blue Blazes Upcoming Spring Show

SSHS Blue Blazes Continue to Work on Their Spring Show Coming in April After next week’s spring break, when the Sulphur Springs Blue Blazes Drill Team returns to school, they will have about 5 weeks until their annual Spring Show. This year’s Spring Show will take place April 26-27. The theme of this year’s show is Jukebox Saturday Night. Blue Blazes Director Christie McCullough calls it a trip down memory lane that...

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PJC Regents commend students,  learn of enrollment increase
Mar15

PJC Regents commend students, learn of enrollment increase

Paris Junior College Students at Regent meeting Paris Junior College was well represented at Community College Day at the Texas Capital late last month with students from all three campuses participating in the special event in Austin. While in Austin for Community College Day on Jan. 30, the students were able to meet Rep. Dan Flynn and Rep. Gary VanDeaver. PJC Regents recognized Cyan Burkhart, Kyson Hogue, Sylvia Feijen, Tabitha...

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Observing National “Patient Safety Week” at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital
Mar15

Observing National “Patient Safety Week” at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital

Kari Draper, Quality/Safety Director at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital, Sulphur Springs Kari Draper wears a number of hats in her job as Director of Quality and Safety at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital in Sulphur Springs, and her support team members make able assistants in the endeavor. In fact, Kari is Director of Quality, Risk Management, Safety and Accreditation. Although the highest standards of patient safety are observed...

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Meal a Day Menu for March 18th-22nd
Mar14

Meal a Day Menu for March 18th-22nd

Meal A Day Menu March 18th   –  March 22nd Monday BBQ Rope Sausage Ranch Style Beans Cole Slaw Roll Tuesday Chicken Spaghetti English Peas Garlic Toast Wednesday Meatloaf Mashed Potatoes Green Beans Roll Thursday Chicken and Dumplings Crackers Tossed Salad Friday Beef Patties with Roast Gravy Macaroni and Cheese Malibu Vegetables...

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Living With Asthma By Johanna Hicks
Mar14

Living With Asthma By Johanna Hicks

Living with Asthma                More than 1.5 million people in Texas are affected by asthma, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). However, this number does not include those who have the disease and have not yet been diagnosed. So, what exactly is asthma and what can you do about it?...

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Tira News March 14, 2019
Mar14

Tira News March 14, 2019

Tira News By Jan Vaughn The quarterly Tira City Council meeting was held on Monday, March 11th. The group discussed routine business and Community Center upkeep and repairs. The Council would like to express appreciation to the anonymous donor for the generous contributions to the Tira Food Pantry. Yvonne and Wesley Weir and Brenda Allen attended the Mac Powell and the Family Reunion Show at Greenville Municipal Auditorium on Friday,...

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Tradin’ Post for Thursday, March 14th, 2019
Mar14

Tradin’ Post for Thursday, March 14th, 2019

For Sale: a leather recliner rocker. This is a large chair. “Very comfortable.” Beige in color. “In good condition.” It does have one stain on the foot rest. Asking $75.00 for it. If interested, or for more info., please call 903-885-2045. Needing: a handyman for a small porch roof repair. If you can help, or for more details, please call 903-885-9464. Help Wanted: First Christian Church in Paris is in need of...

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