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The Many Reasons to be Thankful By Mario Villarino
Nov16

The Many Reasons to be Thankful By Mario Villarino

As I was looking back at 2018, I was reflecting as how much the year changed during it evolvement. As we started with a mostly drought season, we pass thru an “Army-worm October” into a flooded season to end on a cold winter spell. This year could not be anything different almost every month. One thing in common is the impact of the weather into our hay production. Traditionally, our pastures can support our livestock with hay...

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Attend NETCS “A Starry Night” Christmas Concert on December 1,2 on SSISD Stage
Nov15

Attend NETCS “A Starry Night” Christmas Concert on December 1,2 on SSISD Stage

NETCS Board President Mary Lou Foster and Director Carol Allen The stage of the SSISD Auditorium inside the Hopkins County Civic Center will be transformed into a holiday wonderland of stars for the Northeast Texas Choral Society annual Christmas concert. Choral Director Carol Allen and NETCS Board President Mary Lou Foster visited with Enola Gay on the KSST Morning Show to invite the public to this one-of-a-kind concert. Tickets are...

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Tradin’ Post for Thursday, November 15th, 2018
Nov15

Tradin’ Post for Thursday, November 15th, 2018

A two shelf flat screen tv stand, the shelves are a dark gray charcoal color, asking $30 in excellent shape call or txt 903.441.4517 for more information. 40′ Aermotor windmill tower and 8′ windmill wheel complete. A602 1924 era, rebuilt motor new babbitt bearings, tail and sail blades in great shape for its age. Windmill is on a trailer and can be delivered locally…..$3000.00 Call: 903-243-1050 Pair – 4ft x...

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Children’s Museum Receives Tobacco Grant from Hunt Regional Healthcare
Nov15

Children’s Museum Receives Tobacco Grant from Hunt Regional Healthcare

(November 14, 2018, Commerce, Texas) – The Children’s Museum’s MEGALung is traveling to schools throughout Hunt County. As the recipient of a recent Tobacco Grant from Hunt Regional Healthcare, the Children’s Museum is bringing their one-of-a-kind lung to classrooms. As part of the instruction, students have the opportunity to sit inside the 8 foot tall MEGALung. Such lung diseases as cancer, emphysema, pneumonia,...

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Blue Santa Workers Find Joy in Helping in 2018 Season of Giving for Needy Families
Nov14

Blue Santa Workers Find Joy in Helping in 2018 Season of Giving for Needy Families

Blue Santa organizers  L. to R. Sgt. Josh Shuefeldt of SS Police Dept., Amy Griggs of the Hopkins County Empty Stocking Program and Shanna Martin of CANHelp Individuals and organizations driving the local Blue Santa Campaign have one major attribute in common; their sincere joy in making sure Christmas is bright with toys for the children of local families who are facing hard times financially. In Hopkins County, sign-ups to receive...

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Exciting DBA “Ladies Night Out” Shows it Pays to “Shop Local” during 2018 Holidays
Nov14

Exciting DBA “Ladies Night Out” Shows it Pays to “Shop Local” during 2018 Holidays

As the holidays get closer and closer, you’ll hear reminders to “Shop Local” this Christmas, and that includes local merchants of many types, all over Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County. Why drive out of town when there’s such a variety of shops and stops right here? Plan to join the “Shop Local” campaign now, and begin looking for interesting gift-worthy items for your Thanksgiving and Christmas...

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Agrilife: Hopkins County 4-H Members Featured; Master Wellness Volunteer Training; Jalapeno Cornbread
Nov13

Agrilife: Hopkins County 4-H Members Featured; Master Wellness Volunteer Training; Jalapeno Cornbread

Hopkins County 4-H Members Featured                In the next few weeks, you’ll be reading about the variety of programs, series, workshops, field days, and other events offered through Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Hopkins County.  We recently held our annual Extension Leadership Banquet to honor our committees, Master Volunteers, 4-H leaders,...

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Hopkins County EMS Presents: “Fill the Box” Blanket Drive
Nov13

Hopkins County EMS Presents: “Fill the Box” Blanket Drive

“Fill The Box” Blanket Drive Presented By: Hopkins County EMS Where: Sulphur Springs Walmart When: November 22, 2018   6pm-Midnight November 23, 2018    7am-Noon All Blankets will be donated to Safe- TCrisis Center.  New or Slightly used blankets accepted.   Free Hot...

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Cinch United Finals Rodeo Ticket Giveaway VIII
Nov13

Cinch United Finals Rodeo Ticket Giveaway VIII

Yes friends… it’s true. KSST is giving away 4 tickets to the Cinch United Finals Rodeo coming to Sulphur Springs November 15th, 16th, and 17th. To enter, comment on this post, and make sure you ‘Like’ our Facebook page. The tickets are good for any date. The winners will be announced on and contacted via Facebook. Tickets can be picked up at the KSST Studios, 717 Shannon Rd during regular business hours (8...

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Tradin’ Post for Tuesday, November 13th, 2018
Nov13

Tradin’ Post for Tuesday, November 13th, 2018

40′ Aermotor windmill tower and 8′ windmill wheel complete. A602 1924 era, rebuilt motor new babbitt bearings, tail and sail blades in great shape for its age. Windmill is on a trailer and can be delivered locally…..$3000.00 Call: 903-243-1050 Pair – 4ft x 8ft tall galvanized clothes line poles $30. 56′ of used 6ft wood fence panels all $65. 4ft tall x 10ft long wire fencing $10.  12 – 3ft wood...

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