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Tira News for May 16, 2019
May16

Tira News for May 16, 2019

By Jan Vaughn Grace Vaughn with several of her family members at Posey Baptist Church on Mother’s Day Regina Payton spent a few days with her mother, Martha Payton. She mentioned that her brother and sister-in-law, Brad and Virginia Payton, were coming for a visit on Sunday, along with an aunt and uncle. Our son, Delayne Vaughn, of Waco, was here on Saturday and Sunday. We enjoyed visiting and playing games. On Sunday, many of...

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Producers Sell Over 5,000 Head Of Cattle At NETBIO Sale
May16

Producers Sell Over 5,000 Head Of Cattle At NETBIO Sale

Auctioneer and Livestock Commission co-owner Joe Don Pogue takes bids on a pen of cattle during the Northeast Texas Beef Improvement Organization’s May sale held Wednesday. Livestock producers converged on the Sulphur Springs Livestock Commission Wednesday to market their cattle in the May Northeast Texas Beef Improvement Organization pre-conditioned stocker and feeder calf sale. A total of 241 producer/members of NETBIO shipped...

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Community Players, Inc., presents, “Odd Couple”
May15

Community Players, Inc., presents, “Odd Couple”

“ The Odd Couple-Female Version “Neil Simon’s hilarious comedy will be performed by the Community Players on May 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26 at Main StreetTheatre, Sulphur Spring..  Evening performances begin at 7 pm.  Sunday matinees begin at 2 pm.  For tickets, go to www.communityplayersinc.comOr...

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SSHS Spring Football Wraps Up
May15

SSHS Spring Football Wraps Up

Wildcats Varsity and JV Take on Gilmer in 7 on 7 Football Tuesday Night  The Wildcats’ 7 on 7 football teams, JV and Varsity, took on Gilmer Tuesday evening (May 14) in the Multipurpose Building. Both teams got in two games with the Buckeyes. In the first Varsity game, the Wildcats and Buckeyes tied, 35-35 with Gilmer scoring a touchdown right as the horn went off signaling the end of the game. Quarterback Noe Ponce led the...

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Marine Corp League Honors Peace Officers
May15

Marine Corp League Honors Peace Officers

Veterans-2019-23 Veterans-2019-31 Veterans-2019-20 Veterans-2019-16 Veterans-2019-25 Veterans-2019-36 Veterans-2019-45 Veterans-2019-61 Veterans-2019-49 The Hopkins County Marine Corp League honored Peace Officers on Celebration Plaza Wednesday morning. The simple ceremony included the Policeman’s Prayer and the playing of taps. This is one of many events planned for the League this May. At 0800 (8AM) sharp, Detachment...

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Chamber Connection- May 15, 2019
May15

Chamber Connection- May 15, 2019

Chamber Connection- May 15th I have some big news to report about the Homemade Ice Cream Freeze-off. Shannon Oaks Church will be taking over the Ice Cream Freeze-off from the Chamber. So… what does this mean for you? It means that everything will be exactly the same! The Ice Cream Freeze-off will be held on Saturday, June 8 th at 5:30 p.m. on the rear lawn of Shannon Oaks, just before the hot air balloon launch and glow. Tickets will...

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Ice Cream Freeze Off at Shannon Oaks Church
May14
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Branded Ranch Rodeo Ticket Giveaway #2
May14

Branded Ranch Rodeo Ticket Giveaway #2

Coming to the Hopkins County Civic Center, May 18th, 2019. Doors open at 4pm. Be sure to use your ticket stub to enter the door prize giveaway. Rules and Information: The tickets must be picked up in person from the KSST Studios, 717 Shannon Rd East, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482. If they can’t be picked during business hours (8AM – 5PM, M-F), after-hours pickup can be arranged. 903 885 3111The tickets must NOT be...

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Hopkins County Genealogical Society Monthly Meeting
May14

Hopkins County Genealogical Society Monthly Meeting

HOPKINS COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY MONTHLY MEETINGWHEN: Thursday, May 16, 2019 @ 7:00 p.m.WHERE: HCGS Library, 611 N. Davis St., Sulphur Springs, TX 75482WHAT: “Early Settlement of Caribbean Area and Southern U.S.“ PRESENTER: Don Easterling Don Easterling was born and raised in Franklin County. He graduated from Talco High School and East Texas State University. A former teacher, he is now retired and lives on the family farm in...

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Graduation Time
May13

Graduation Time

PJC-Sulphur Springs Center Assistant Director Iris Gutierrez helps student Melody Shannon try on a graduation robe to prepare for the Friday evening commencement exercises. Shannon will be one of several hundred students receiving their diplomas at the 7 p.m. ceremony in the stadium on the PJC Paris...

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