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Affiliated Driving Class June 29th at Senior Center
Apr27

Affiliated Driving Class June 29th at Senior Center

Another driving class is being held at the Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center from 10 to 4 PM at June 29th. Lunch will be available for $2 a meal. This class is good for a Ticket Dismissal or 10% Discount on your Liability Insurance for 3 years. Share...

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Sandra Phillips, 50 Years at City National Bank!
Apr27

Sandra Phillips, 50 Years at City National Bank!

Sandra Phillips was hired in April 1967 in a ground-floor position at City National Bank’s original downtown building.  Since then, she has seen the industry change, the building change and almost all the equipment she works with on a daily basis. One thing that hasn’t changed is that CNB is “good people to work for. They care about their employees”. Sandra was hired right out of college and like most beginner...

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Wildcat Baseball Hosts Senior Night
Apr26

Wildcat Baseball Hosts Senior Night

On April 25th, 2017, the Wildcats baseball team honored five senior players during senior night celebrations. Kyle Dodd, Micheal Arnold, Mason Buck, Easton Silman, and Heston Golightly all played their final game for the Wildcats, as well as the last ever game in Eagle Stadium. Following presentations of the seniors, former Eagle players threw out the first pitches for the game. In between each inning prizes were given out to fans to...

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Yantis Catfish Classic is May 6,7 at Minnow Bucket
Apr26

Yantis Catfish Classic is May 6,7 at Minnow Bucket

The 13th annual Yantis Catfish Classic Tournament is planned for Saturday May 6 and Sunday May 7, 2017, headquartered on Lake Fork at the Minnow Bucket Marina on State Highway 154 at Yantis, Texas.  Tournament fishing will take place from 7 am until 3 pm both days with $25,000 plus in cash and prizes. There will be hourly paybacks for fish caught as well as cash prizes for Top Senior, Top Female, Top Young Angler and Top Youth. Seven...

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Twelve Candidates Run For Mt Vernon School Board
Apr25

Twelve Candidates Run For Mt Vernon School Board

There are officially twelve candidates for the Mt Vernon School Board election. The twelve candidates are after three seats on the board, all looking to create an atmosphere of change within the Mt Vernon school community. Candidates on the May 6th ballot will be Mellisa Dunavant, Brook Bussell, Josh Jordan, Sal LeBlanc, Colin Clasby, Jeremey Monroe, Claudio Telles, Bill Travis, Lyle Swatsell, Steve Asay, Marie Latortue, and Allison...

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Video Story: Choral Society Prepares for Spring Concert
Apr25
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St Mark Baptist Church Annual Men & Women’s Day Celebration April 23rd
Apr21

St Mark Baptist Church Annual Men & Women’s Day Celebration April 23rd

St. Mark Baptist Church in the St. Mark Community, will have their annual Men & Women’s Day Fellowship Program on Sunday, April 23 at 3:00 pm. Special guest church will be Independent Baptist Church and Pastor, Rev. Bobby Thomas. Special musical selections will be rendered by St. Luke Baptist Church, Rev. Troy Young, pastor and East Caney Baptist Church, Rev. LaVelle Hendricks, pastor. All churches are invited to come help...

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Seymore Church Hosts 42 Tournament
Apr21
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LiL 4’s Kids Club Non-Profit Fundraiser
Apr21

LiL 4’s Kids Club Non-Profit Fundraiser

LiL 4’S FOUNDER LATITIA CONLIFFE WITH VOLUNTEER SANDRA CUMMINGS In Sulphur Springs, there is a non-profit after-school organization that serves children ages 2-18. President of Lil 4’s is Latitia Conliffe and Vice President is Sandra Cummings, both of Sulphur Springs. The location for the club is 200 Fuller Street, where kids flock for fun, snacks, singing, homework time and lots of TLC and opportunity to talk about their...

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New Phi Theta Kappa Inductees
Apr20

New Phi Theta Kappa Inductees

Six new members were inducted into the Beta Zeta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the two-year college honor society, during ceremonies held recently at the Paris Junior College-Sulphur Springs Center.Students who are in PTK have opportunities to develop qualities of scholarship, leadership, fellowship, and service. To be eligible, students must have a grade point average of 3.5. The inductees included, from left, Destri Danley, Rachel...

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