Ducks Unlimited Dinner Thursday
Feb10

Ducks Unlimited Dinner Thursday

Ducks Unlimited began in 1937 during the Dust Bowl when the waterfowl population had plummeted to an all time low due to drought. A few sportsmen banded together and formed an organization with one mission; to preserve the continent’s waterfowl habitat. After years of faithful members spread across the United States, Mexico, and Canada, Ducks Unlimited is the largest and most effective private waterfowl and wetlands conservation...

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Spring Planting
Feb10

Spring Planting

by Mario Villarino As you go over ksstradio.com during your Sunday ready, you probably are celebrating Valentines’s Day somehow and enjoying the cooler temperatures of the year. Our youth livestock projects are getting ready for their county livestock show scheduled for the last part of the month (NETLA Show Feb 25-27, 2016, Regional Civic Center Arena)  and our ranchers and gardeners  are getting ready for our summer to start....

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Mother-Son Superhero Night at Children’s Museum
Feb10

Mother-Son Superhero Night at Children’s Museum

Wham! Bam! Slam! Superheroes are coming to the Children’s Museum on Saturday, February 27 from 6:30 to 8:30 PM. Now that the Daddy-Daughter Dance is history for this year, it is time to turn attention to the Mother-Son Superhero Night, a time for mothers and sons. The evening will feature Galactic heroes from Earth and beyond. Superheroes can be the traditional Superman, Batman, or Spiderman; they might also be a Jedi from Star Wars...

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She’s Such a Darlin by Michael Jefferson
Feb10

She’s Such a Darlin by Michael Jefferson

Michael Jefferson is a student at SSISD Middle School. KSST supports the efforts of all students interested in journalism, and is proud to publish their efforts.   I know you guys have seen Mrs. Darlin around school helping with all of the technology problems. She is also the cheerleader coach for the 7th graders, but now she has a bigger role. She is in charge of all the new tablets we just got here at the middle school and she...

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Student Council by Brenden Lynn and Justin Brock
Feb10

Student Council by Brenden Lynn and Justin Brock

Justin Brock is a student at SSISD Middle School. KSST supports the efforts of all students interested in journalism, and is proud to publish their efforts. Brenden Lynn is a student at SSISD Middle School. KSST supports the efforts of all students interested in journalism, and is proud to publish their efforts.es here Have you ever thought about being a big part of your school? Did you know that there’s a place for you right here at...

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Sulphur Springs Middle School District 15 5-A UIL Meet Results
Feb09

Sulphur Springs Middle School District 15 5-A UIL Meet Results

On Februrary 6th, 2016, the Sulphur Springs Middle School UIL students competed at the District 15-5A Academic Meet. For 6th grade, in the Art category, Bailee Burnett placed first, Shelby Ray placed fourth and the third place team consisted of Bailee Burnett, Shelby Ray, Allie Grace Woodard, and Anna Adair. In Calculator Applications, Peyton Hammack placed fifth individually, and Peyton Hammack, Micah Flemens and Mary Cruz placed...

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Meal A Day Menu  February 8th – February 12th
Feb06

Meal A Day Menu February 8th – February 12th

Meal A Day Menu Meal A Day Menu February 8th – February 12th   Monday Beef Spaghetti Malibu Vegetables Garlic Bread Tuesday Rope Sausage and Sauerkraut Black Eye Peas Corn Bread   Wednesday Sweet and Sour Chicken / Rice Chinese Vegetables Egg Roll Thursday Loaded Potato Soup Crackers Cheese   Friday Beef Sour Cream Enchiladas Refried Beans Spanish Rice Chips and Salsa Share...

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Varisty Basketball by Justin Brock and Brenden Lynn
Feb05

Varisty Basketball by Justin Brock and Brenden Lynn

Justin Brock is a student at SSISD Middle School. KSST supports the efforts of all students interested in journalism, and is proud to publish their efforts. Brenden Lynn is a  student at SSISD Middle School. KSST supports the efforts of all students interested in journalism, and is proud to publish their efforts. “To make Varsity, you must be a player who’s invested in the game of basketball.  A player who will go the extra mile to be...

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Kids Kingdom Closed Monday – Wednesday
Feb05

Kids Kingdom Closed Monday – Wednesday

Kids kingdom will be closed Monday February 8, Tuesday February 9, and Wednesday February 10 for mulching. Share...

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Tira News  By Jan Vaughn
Feb05

Tira News By Jan Vaughn

A large group of Panthers fans gathered for the North Hopkins School Homecoming game on Tuesday night. Aysha Day was voted Homecoming Queen for 2016 by the student body. She is the daughter of Brandi Day and Chanse Fite and the grand-daughter of Kathy Day and the late Jimmy Day, Debbie and Bobby Harris, Mike and Valaree Fite and Sherry Smiddy and Powell Vickery. Aysha was escorted by her dad Chanse Fite and her pop Bobby Harris....

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