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Meal a Day Menu for April 23rd-27th
Apr22

Meal a Day Menu for April 23rd-27th

Meal A Day Menu April 23rd  – April 27th  Monday Cheese Burgers Lettuce Tomato Onion Pickle Spears Baked Beans Chips   Tuesday BBQ Rope Sausage Macaroni and Cheese Cole Slaw Roll Wednesday Spiral Cut Honey Ham Sweet Potatoes Green Beans Roll Thursday Apricot Glazed Chicken Breast On a Bed of Rice Providence Vegetables Corn   Friday Chicken Pot Pie Pickled Beets Broccoli and...

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Aviation History: What ever happened to the eleven VC-140B Lockheed JetStars?
Apr22

Aviation History: What ever happened to the eleven VC-140B Lockheed JetStars?

Eleven C-140Bs were assigned to the Military Airlift Command. They were flown as VC-140B’s on special government and White House airlift missions by the 89th Military Airlift Wing at Andrews AFB, Maryland. The VC-140B’s were capable and versatile, but by the early 1980’s the Air Force was looking for a replacement. JetStars were out of production and spares were getting expensive. The JetStar was also not as fuel efficient as newer...

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A Chance to Visit Heritage Park and See Amazing Art for FREE: TODAY, Saturday April 21st
Apr21

A Chance to Visit Heritage Park and See Amazing Art for FREE: TODAY, Saturday April 21st

By: Savannah Owens The 6th Annual Heritage Park Youth Art Show Exhibition is on display at the Heritage Park Chapel, Today, Saturday April 21st, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Susan Carey, Hopkins County Historical Society Member, is leading the exhibit.  The exhibit is completely free for the public to view. “This is one of the few times it is totally free to visit the park” Carey said. The art is inspirational, thought...

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Wildcat Park Dedication Ceremony
Apr20

Wildcat Park Dedication Ceremony

Tonight, April 20th 2018, was the official Grand Opening for the new baseball fields in Wildcat Park. Superintendent Mike Lamb began the dedication by thanking the fans, taxpayers and school board members. He continued to thank the baseball coaches.  Lamb offered a special thank you to the maintenance crew, and local vendors for all their hard work and support. Lamb explained that the building, upkeep and support “is a community...

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North East Texas Children’s Museum Takes Step Towards the Future
Apr20

North East Texas Children’s Museum Takes Step Towards the Future

    A KSST Morning Show visit with Northeast Texas Children’s Museum Sharline Freeman and Museum Board of Directors President Donna Tavener shed some light on an important upcoming event for the educational needs of children in the ever-expanding area of outreach by the Museum. Plan to attend the Silent Auction and bid on fossil-hunting trips, horseback riding lessons, a flyover, a Taste of Sulphur Springs Restaurants...

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The Winners of the UPRA Tickets
Apr20

The Winners of the UPRA Tickets

Each winner will receive 2 passes to the Friday Night Event. And the winners are: Maricela Resendiz Chris Mars Cindy Wooden Chuck Hill Brittney Gregory The Tickets: Good for the Friday April 20th 2018 event. Will be given in pairs. Rules: The tickets must be picked up from the KSST Studios before 5pm Friday April 20th, 2017.  903 885 3111 The tickets must NOT be resold! Unclaimed tickets will be dispersed by KSST. Employees of KSST...

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You’ve Been Whipped By Johanna Hicks
Apr20

You’ve Been Whipped By Johanna Hicks

You’ve Been Whipped!                Many of you have already gotten wind of a new event being held during the 2018 Hopkins County Dairy Festival.  Excitement is building, and plans are in full swing as we prepare for the “Whipped” Challenge.  Businesses, civic clubs, and organizations are encouraged to enter a team.  Here’s how it works: 1)      The contest will take place on the front grounds of the Hopkins County Civic Center, 1200...

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Pond Management: Algae By Mario Villarino
Apr20

Pond Management: Algae By Mario Villarino

Aquatic vegetation management can be a perplexing problem. The first part of that problem is proper identification. Management of most aquatic plant species depends on properly identifying the desirable or nuisance plant. Many ponds have more than one type of aquatic plant, and care must be taken to identify all the aquatic plants inhabiting the pond. Some pond plants may be beneficial to local or migratory wildlife, and therefore,...

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Tradin’ Post for Friday, April 20th, 2018:
Apr19

Tradin’ Post for Friday, April 20th, 2018:

Antique Wash pot good for flowers, 1 old milk can, 2 antique lawn chairs and 1 antique swing, metal, 903 348 9850. 2 cemetary plots side by side in the Garden of Love at Restlawn Memorial Park . $2400 for the pair. Currently selling for $1380 each. Call Cheryl @ 903-975-0381. Needing:  building town down for materials.  The building is located at 306 Davidson…  For more details, please call 903-348-5296…  …  …...

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Major Fundraiser for Rotary Club…’Claws for a Cause’ April 28, Downtown!
Apr19

Major Fundraiser for Rotary Club…’Claws for a Cause’ April 28, Downtown!

Whether you call them mudbugs or crawdads, if you love a crawfish boil, you shouldn’t miss our very own annual food-and-fun event, the “Claws for a Cause” Rotary Crawfish Boil”! It’s Saturday April 28, 2018 starting at 5 pm on Celebration Plaza in attractive downtown Sulphur Springs. Advance tickets are on sale now at $25 each at local banks or through Facebook clawsforacause/ssrotarycrawfishboil. Tickets...

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