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The Vintage Side of Celebration City: Quilt Show and Brick Street Market
Aug16

The Vintage Side of Celebration City: Quilt Show and Brick Street Market

Billie Ruth Standbridge, known as “B.R.” to her friends, and Danna Bain of “Danna’s Southern Charm and The Florist” are members of the Sulphur Springs Downtown Business Alliance.  DBA membership is made up of individuals and businesspeople from all over town, not just downtown. So, it was with great enthusiasm that these ladies stopped by the studio to share the news about a fun, colorful public event...

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Divorce Care Series Begins August 23 at FUMC Sulphur Springs
Aug15

Divorce Care Series Begins August 23 at FUMC Sulphur Springs

  Divorce Care, a weekly support group for persons dealing with the effects of divorce, is starting a new series of meetings. Divorce Care will be held on Wednesday August 23, 2017 and the following Wednesdays from 6-7:30 pm at First United Methodist Church in Sulphur Springs in the basement classroom. Look for signs from the canopy entrance of the church. For details, contact Tom Young at 903-413-1673 or [email protected] or...

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Back to School Bash n Splash Water Party at Wesley UMC Saturday Aug 19
Aug15

Back to School Bash n Splash Water Party at Wesley UMC Saturday Aug 19

Pastor Steve Cook invites all youngsters from pre-K to high-school age to the annual end of summer water party at Wesley United Methodist Church , 614 Texas Street in Sulphur Springs. The Back to School Bash and Splash is set from 3-6pm on Saturday August 19 and it’s absolutely free. There will be a dual slip-n-slide, and large double water slide and other water games. There will also be several stations of Ice Hunt for Toys. A...

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2017 Hopkins County Stew Festival: Shirt Design Winner Announced
Aug14

2017 Hopkins County Stew Festival: Shirt Design Winner Announced

For the second year in a row, the combined efforts to two Sulphur Springs residents have claimed the bragging rights for the Hopkins County Stew Festival Shirt Design. In all, 18 designs were submitted to the Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce for consideration. Cindy Roller is staff photographer for the City of Sulphur Springs, and Editor of the Cooper Review. Adam Whitson is program director at KSST 1230 AM in Sulphur Springs, TX....

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Dinner Bell Menu For August 16, 2017
Aug14

Dinner Bell Menu For August 16, 2017

Dinner Bell Menu for August 16, 2017 Our Savior Lutheran Church this week’s Community Partner. This Wednesday before the students go back to school our menu stars old fashioned comfort foods. Flapper Pudding (so easy a flapper could make it) is a 1920’s vintage dessert that has been reworked to remove the raw eggs in the original recipe and renamed Pineapple Dream Dessert. It tastes just like the original that was the favorite...

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Divorce Care Begins Wednesday August 23, 2017
Aug14

Divorce Care Begins Wednesday August 23, 2017

Divorce Care begins another session this Wednesday, August 23, 2017.  Meet in the basement of the FUMC Church in Sulphur Springs.  Time is 6:00 to 7:30 pm.  Contact Tom Young at 903.413.1673 (email [email protected]) or Debbie Young at 903.243.1235 ([email protected]). Just follow signs from entering at the back door. Share...

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New “Civil Process For Texas” Penned by Hopkins County Native John Steinsiek
Aug11

New “Civil Process For Texas” Penned by Hopkins County Native John Steinsiek

For the past ten years, Civil Process Consultant John Steinseik has produced a civil process handbook that is used by judges,  law enforcement agencies, lawyers and citizens alike. Every two years, the handbook is updated to reflect changes in Supreme Court rulings and Texas Legislative laws. The 2017/2018 version, published by Blue360 Media, will be available online starting August 24, 2017 and will reflect the new laws for Texans...

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Small Changes Can Have Big Lifetime Results By Johanna Hicks
Aug11

Small Changes Can Have Big Lifetime Results By Johanna Hicks

Small Changes Can Have Big Lifetime Results During my recent Texas Extension Association of Family & Consumer Sciences state conference in Round Rock, our opening session speaker provided some great information that we, as Extension Family & Consumer Sciences agents, have been teaching.  It’s always good to know that the same messages are being shared across the state.  Roberta Anding, clinical and sports dietitian for Baylor...

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Video Interview: A Shining Star: Amanda Thompson Brandenburg
Aug10

Video Interview: A Shining Star: Amanda Thompson Brandenburg

Amanda Thompson Brandenburg admits she was bitten by the theater bug early in life, during a First Baptist Church children’s play where she sang publicly for the first time. During her growing-up years in Sulphur Springs, she was onstage as often as she could be in school productions, children’s summer workshops and local community theater. In college and away from home, she stayed close to her roots and in recent years...

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Celebrity Movie Calendar Fundraiser Features Local Talent to Help Sr’s Center
Aug10

Celebrity Movie Calendar Fundraiser Features Local Talent to Help Sr’s Center

Karon Weatherman displays the first copy of the Hopkins County Senior Celebrity Movie Calendar. This fundraising calendar was the idea of one of the seniors who attends the Center’s activities. It was created to help fund a new, larger Senior Citizen’s Center in Sulphur Springs. The full-color 24-month calendar for 2018/2019 includes twenty-four movie poster photos featuring local senior citizens you may know. Cost is $20...

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