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Cold Fronts in the Garden by Mario Villarino
Oct20

Cold Fronts in the Garden by Mario Villarino

Cold season is here! As you have already noticed, cold front during the fall can create a serious challenges for farmers and gardeners alike. When refereeing to this time of the year, Keith C. Hansen, Extension Horticulturist, Smith Co. – Tyler, Texas wrote for Aggie horticulture: “The cool, crisp days of fall are finally here, bringing pleasant outdoor gardening weather. The change from daylight savings reminds us that the first...

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Ahhh-Autumn, Pumpkins, & Onions By Johanna Hicks
Oct20

Ahhh-Autumn, Pumpkins, & Onions By Johanna Hicks

Greetings from Omaha, Nebraska!  As I prepare this week’s column, I’m enjoying the cool temperatures on the second day of the National Extension Association of Family & Consumer Sciences conference.  It has been an adventurous trip, but I won’t go into that for now.  However, the cooler temperatures have inspired me to share a recipe from Extension’s “Dinner Tonight” website.  I hope you will try this recipe as a main dish! Creamy...

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Hall of Honor Inductees: An Update on the Recipients
Oct17

Hall of Honor Inductees: An Update on the Recipients

FB13 FB14 FB15 FB16 FB17 The following 2017 Hall of Honor Inductees were inducted into the Wildcat Hall of Honor on Friday October 13th, 2017. ASHLEY WELDON (A.W.) LINDLEY – Class of 1925 – Football “A. W. Lindley not only set a football record that remains unbroken to this day, he also was a sophomore letterman on the first SSHS district championship football team in 1922. At 180 pounds as a junior, he was the largest player on...

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Hay Rides and Fun Times at the Shannon Oaks Pumpkin Patch
Oct16

Hay Rides and Fun Times at the Shannon Oaks Pumpkin Patch

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SSHS Little Cheer Clinic: Last Day for Pre-Registration
Oct16

SSHS Little Cheer Clinic: Last Day for Pre-Registration

Sulphur Springs High School is hosting a Cheer clinic for children grades Pre-k through 6th grade. Share...

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Friday Night Highlights
Oct14

Friday Night Highlights

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Hall of Honor Inductees
Oct14

Hall of Honor Inductees

FB13 FB14 FB15 FB16 FB17 The following 2017 Hall of Honor Inductees were inducted into the Wildcat Hall of Honor on Friday October 13th, 2017. ASHLEY WELDON (A.W.) LINDLEY – Class of 1925 – Football HEATH JOHNSON – Class of 1987 – Football BRANDY SACHS – Class of 1992 – Softball AARON COTTRELL – Class of 1997 – Cross Country and Track. Share...

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Fall Weed Control in Lawns By Mario Villarino
Oct13

Fall Weed Control in Lawns By Mario Villarino

A common weed affecting home lawns this time of the year is the Slender Aster. According to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Aggie Turf unit, Slender Aster is an annual weed with simple, linear, and alternate leaves. Heads with yellow disk flowers while ray flowers can be white, blue, purple, violet, and pink. Gets increasingly woody and more difficult to control as it matures late in the season and in areas where it can be a...

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Transitioning to Fall By Johanna Hicks
Oct13

Transitioning to Fall By Johanna Hicks

Transitioning to Fall During the months of October and November, pumpkins seem to be a staple: pumpkin patches, jack-o’-lanterns, fall pumpkins decorations, and pumpkin pie.  Pumpkins are one of the most popular crops, with 1.5 billion being grown each year.  With all that pumpkin, what else can you do with it? You can make your own pumpkin puree!  You will need 2 pie pumpkins or 1 regular carving pumpkin.  The pie pumpkins are easier...

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You’re Invited: Sulphur Springs Youth Orchestra Fundraiser Concert
Oct09
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