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Know Your Native Plants By Mario Villarino
May19

Know Your Native Plants By Mario Villarino

Know your native plants: Queen Anne’s Lace or wild carrot It is hard to miss the abundance of flowering Queen Anne’s Laces in Northeast Texas at this time of the year. If for some reason you have not notice yet, pay attention in the south side of Sulphur Springs (Highway 154 south and highway 11) and you might notice road ditches covered with it. According to the University of Arkansas –Extension horticulturist (retired) Gerlad...

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High School Graduation is Upon Us! By Johanna Hicks
May19

High School Graduation is Upon Us! By Johanna Hicks

High School Graduation is Upon Us! School is winding down for the year, and for many, this will be the end of familiarity and the beginning of the unknown.  High school seniors are the “big men on campus”, and then all of a sudden, they become freshmen again, thrust into new surroundings and the unknown.  Temptations and radical thinking will bombard these young people.  As a parent, I encourage you to stay true to your belief system...

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Tradin’ Post, Friday, May 19th, 2017:
May18

Tradin’ Post, Friday, May 19th, 2017:

For Sale:  a Hay Dolly “in excellent condition.”  It has brand new tires and safety chains on it…  Asking $500.00 for it…  …  …  Also, for sale, a heavy duty Smoker bought just last year.  “It’s only been used three times.”  Originally paid $699.00 for it, asking $550.00 for it…  Includes wood and the bricks it sits on…  …  For more info., please call...

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Tradin’ Post, Friday, May 19th, 2017:
May18

Tradin’ Post, Friday, May 19th, 2017:

For Sale:  a baby car seat.  Asking $5.00 for it…  For more details, please call 903-885-2735…  …  … Share...

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SSHS Fishing Team Going to State…Again!
May18

SSHS Fishing Team Going to State…Again!

According to Fishing Team coach and sponsor Norman Sanders, the 20 students in the SSISD angling program have had a great year, and are about to take their boats to Lake Ray Roberts to State competition this weekend. Three 2-man teams have risen to the surface…Braden Katchinska/Matt Reynolds…Skyler Long/Sloan McGahee…and Sam Scott/Hagan Hunt. …and will enter competition with about 200 other high school teams...

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Free Ladies Seminar at Grace Family Church
May17

Free Ladies Seminar at Grace Family Church

Betty Caudle and members of the Ladies of Grace organization at Grace Family Church in Sulphur Springs are inviting all area ladies in and around Hopkins County to attend a free seminar for women this weekend. Peggy Joyce Ruth and her daughter Anjelica Schum will be speakers at the free seminar on Friday May 19 from 5-7 pm and on Saturday May 20 from 9 am til 2 pm, hosted in the Fellowship Hall of Grace Family Church, 1901 East Loop...

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National Nursing Home Week Unites Residents, Staff and Volunteers at Carriage House Manor
May15

National Nursing Home Week Unites Residents, Staff and Volunteers at Carriage House Manor

National Nursing Home Week Unites Residents, Staff  and Volunteers at Carriage House Manor Local skilled nursing center demonstrates “Spirit of America” during events for annual observance   Sulphur Springs, TX – Carriage House Manor will host daily events as part of National Nursing Home Week (NNHW), which runs from May 14 to 20. This year’s national observance’s theme, “The Spirit of America”, highlights the bond among...

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Tira News May 12, 2017
May12

Tira News May 12, 2017

by Jan Vaughn Linda Parsons had extensive shoulder surgery two weeks ago, but, Linda commented, with the help of the women in Tira, she and Buddy managed the farm just fine. She says, “Thank you ladies.” Linda shared that the North Hopkins second grade basketball team got together Tuesday night (May 9th) at the Cooper Dairy Queen for an ice cream party and the coach handed out trophies for the team being undefeated all season....

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This Memorial Day, Don’t Become a Memory! By Johanna Hicks
May12

This Memorial Day, Don’t Become a Memory! By Johanna Hicks

This Memorial Day, Don’t Become a Memory! As my husband and I watch the evening news each night, we are troubled by the number of auto and/or truck accidents that are caused by intoxication.  With Memorial Day rapidly approaching, people will be on the move on our highways, and the risk is heightened.  Memorial Day weekend, 2015, saw 17 Texas motorists lose their lives on our roadways due to alcohol and/or drug impairment.  All of...

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Hamburger Fundraiser for Heritage CCC
May11

Hamburger Fundraiser for Heritage CCC

You may have noticed the office of Heritage Christian Counseling Center along the sidewalk on Connally Street in downtown Sulphur Springs, but may not know who the agency serves. The goal of the non-profit organization is to ensure that everyone in need of mental health care will receive the help they need, regardless of their ability to pay.  According to Counselor Mary Lesche, their mission statement is to provide individual, family...

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