Saturday Night Music in Celebration City-Jacoby Smith
Jul24
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Nelda Faye Green
Jul24

Nelda Faye Green

Funeral Services for Nelda Faye Green, age 68 of Sulphur Springs, were held Monday, July 25, 2016, at 10 a.m. at Murray-Orwosky Funeral Home with Bro. Chambler Dennis officiating and David Cook assisting.  Interment followed at Mt. Sterling Cemetery with Ty Shane Brumfield, Jr., Ryan Brumfield, Josh Cockrum, Jordan Cockrum, Jacob Ball and Charlie Brumfield serving as pallbearers.  Visitation was held Sunday, July 24, 2016, from 6-8...

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Adopt -A-Cop To Provide Vests for Officers
Jul24
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The People Behind The Market
Jul24

The People Behind The Market

by Allison Bledsoe The Sulphur Springs Farmers Market has been a hotspot on Saturday nights for several years. Vendors from all across Texas, whether they’re from Como or as far as Denison, flock to the downtown area. The vendors spend time setting their tents, tables, merchandise, and displays up for shoppers and onlookers alike. I went downtown Saturday evening to meet the people who give the farmer’s market it’s...

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Quitman Woman Charged in Two Counts of Possession of Penalty Group 1 Controlled Substances
Jul23

Quitman Woman Charged in Two Counts of Possession of Penalty Group 1 Controlled Substances

Falyn Kathleen Henson, 28, of Quitman was nervous when she was stopped by local law enforcement Friday in an auto owned by a 41-year old Quitman man who was a passenger in the vehicle. He gave officers permission to search the vehicle. They found a number of medications that did not belong to either the driver or passenger. A bottle of liquid Promethazine-Codeine did belong to her brother who lives in Eastland. The medication had a...

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Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by Felon; Two Arrested for Methamphetamine
Jul23

Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by Felon; Two Arrested for Methamphetamine

A traffic stop of a 1998 Ford F-150 pickup Friday found the Arkansas driver nervous and the passenger tampering with evidence in an attempt to hide some of the suspected methamphetamine. Hopkins County deputies found the driver to have a suspended Arkansas driver’s license. Following consent to search the vehicle, the driver side door contained contraband including a black vile with a clear baggie inside containing a green leafy...

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In Defense Of Capitalism
Jul23

In Defense Of Capitalism

by Intern Steven Payne During the duration of Senator Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign, the cause of Socialism was carried by the senator and many of his supporters, especially among the millennial voters. It was spoken of as a cure for American corruption in both the economy and the government. For the supporters of the Democratic-Socialist movement, Capitalism is the sickness which is plaguing American society, giving an...

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Channel 18 News Friday, July 22, 2016
Jul22
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SSISD Personnel Changes
Jul22

SSISD Personnel Changes

A special meeting of the Sulphur Springs ISD school board was held on Friday, July 22, 2016. Resignations   Lane Doughtie Math Teacher Middle School   New Personnel   Julianna Ramirez ESL/LPAC Facilitator Admin. Building Karina Perez Title I Aide Travis Primary Taryn Dungan Technology Aide SS Elementary Bethany Markey Special Ed Aide SS Elementary Matthew Miles SpEd Teacher SS Elementary Cristina Munoz Bilingual Aide SS...

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Sports Summer Camps Next Week
Jul22

Sports Summer Camps Next Week

Sulphur Springs ISD is offering football and tennis camps next week. Each will have two different sessions daily based on this fall’s student grade level. Wildcat Football Coach Greg Owens will have football camp Tuesday through Thursday in the Multipurpose Building. Boys entering the third through the eighth grades will have camp each day from 8:30 a.m. until 11 a.m. Cost is $45. There will also be a camp for Sulphur Springs...

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