PJC-Sulphur Springs Center Offers Classes to Community
Jul07

PJC-Sulphur Springs Center Offers Classes to Community

The Continuing Education Department at the Paris Junior College – Sulphur Springs Center is offering medical and software training courses to the public during the month of July. The classes will be held at the campus, located at 1202 West Houston. For registration or additional information, call 903-885-1232 or visit www.parisjc.edu/ce. Microsoft Word Level 1 covers creating, saving and opening documents; editing documents;...

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Remember The Titans Friday Night Movie at Celebration Square
Jul06

Remember The Titans Friday Night Movie at Celebration Square

‘Remember The Titans’ will be playing July 10th at Celebration Square. Bring your family, chairs, blankets, and settle down for a wonderful movie. ‘Remember The Titans’ is a movie that tells an inspirational true story.  It details the struggles and victories of a newly integrated high school football team in 1971. The movie has gotten very good reviews. The fountain will be on so the kids can have fun in the...

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“A Streetcar Named Desire” July 23 – 31
Jul06

“A Streetcar Named Desire” July 23 – 31

Home for the summer, Triston Pullen, a student at Santa Fe University of Art and Design, will be directing “A Streetcar Named Desire” to be staged at the Gospel Opry House, in six performances July 23-31. Evening performances will be at 7 p.m. and a matinee Sunday, July 26 is at 2 p.m. Proceeds from “Streetcar” will be used to fund a scholarship for a SSHS graduate in the drama department. Tickets in advance are $10 each and are...

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Hawgs For Dawgs Successful
Jul05

Hawgs For Dawgs Successful

The Third Annual Hawgs for Dawgs Rally raised funds July 4th for the Hearts for Life Animal Shelter in Hopkins County. Main Street was closed for the rally. KSST’s Doug Haston spoke with Lisa Ray, organizer for the event. Share...

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Brashear Baptist Church 4th of July Celebration
Jul04

Brashear Baptist Church 4th of July Celebration

Brashear Baptist Church invites everyone to join their 4th of July Celebration. The event starts at 6 PM at the Family Life Center. Share...

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What’s on Tap For the Weekend; A KSST Weekly Drive Time Feature
Jul02

What’s on Tap For the Weekend; A KSST Weekly Drive Time Feature

Each week on Thursday afternoon, city of Sulphur Springs Community Development Specialist Gus Gustafson tells us What’s on Tap for the weekend as he chats with Jordan Owens, Host of Afternoon Drive on KSST. Here the highlights from Gus for this fourth of July weekend.       http://www.ksstradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Whats-on-Tap-with-Gus.mp3 Share...

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‘Declaration of Independence’ Reading Today
Jul02

‘Declaration of Independence’ Reading Today

Thursday July 2, 2015 at 1:30 pm, everyone gather at the steps of Sulphur Springs Court House for a reading of the ‘Declaration Of Independence‘. More story and photos soon to come. Share...

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Donation was given to APL (Animal Protection League)
Jul02

Donation was given to APL (Animal Protection League)

Wednesday, July 1, 2015, a donation of 500 dollars was given to the Animal Protection league by the SS Corvette Club. The Animal Protection League was formed in 1984 in the state of Texas as an animal rescue and adoption agency. In May 1996, the League was reorganized with an additional goal of operating a low cost spay/neuter and vaccination program located at 468 Shannon Rd W in Sulphur Springs, Texas.  A low cost vaccination...

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Donation Given to Dinner Bell FUMC
Jul01

Donation Given to Dinner Bell FUMC

The Dinner Bell at FUMC has been operating for 3 years and has served over 18,000 meals. Judy Gilreath tells us that they serve 120 meals each Wednesday. Although there is no charge for the meal, they gladly accept donations. Wednesday July 1, 2015, a big boost donation of 500 dollars was given to The Dinner Bell at FUMC by the Sulphur Springs Corvette Club. Pictured in the photo (l-r) Tim Gee, Nancy Rooks, Judy Gilreath, Roy...

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