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Help A Child Benefit Celebrates 10th Anniversary With Huge Event Oct. 21
Oct16

Help A Child Benefit Celebrates 10th Anniversary With Huge Event Oct. 21

Knowing that more help is always needed, Wade Bartley imagined creating an event that would assist abused, handicapped and disadvantaged children who come from the Northeast Texas area. The benefit event he had in mind would enable local individuals and businesses with a heart for helping to have greater reach with donations of money. Today, the Help-a-Child Benefit  is observing it’s tenth year in sending assistance to  three...

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Tradin’ Post, Tuesday, October 17th, 2017:
Oct16

Tradin’ Post, Tuesday, October 17th, 2017:

Want: This party will crack or shell pecans…you can bring them to him or call (903)-383-3323. Need: A gentle adult cat that is neutered and house-trained as a pet for a house-bound lady…please call (903)-438-3568. For Sale: A refrigerator and a gas dryer…asking $50 each…call (501)-920-3303. Share...

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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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Meal A Day Menu For October 16th-20th
Oct15

Meal A Day Menu For October 16th-20th

Meal A Day Menu            October 16th  –   October 20th     Monday      Chili Cheese Dogs Cole Slaw Baked Beans Chips Tuesday Sweet and Sour Chicken Rice Egg Rolls Chinese Vegetables Wednesday Ham and Potato Casserole California Blend Vegetables Roll   Thursday Cheese Burger Casserole Pinto Beans  Broccoli Friday Chicken Pot Pie Pickled Beets        Corn 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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Photos from the Lady Cats Volleyball game
Oct14

Photos from the Lady Cats Volleyball game

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Flu Shot Clinic Coming to the SS Senior Center
Oct13

Flu Shot Clinic Coming to the SS Senior Center

A Flu Shot Clinic  will be available at the Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center on Thursday, November 9th from 10:00 – 11:30 with Mays Home Care.  Be sure to bring your Medicare Cards! 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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Tira News October 13th 2017
Oct13

Tira News October 13th 2017

By Jan Vaughn. The Tira Food Pantry is available to help families and individuals who may be in need of a few food items. The pantry stock is running low and residents are encouraged to donate non-perishable items. For more information, please contact Tami Joslin, 903-268-2496. Congratulations are in order for Melissa Wischerman, who graduated from basic training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Her mother, Candy Wishcerman says, “So...

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