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W. D. “Skeeter” Scott
Apr27

W. D. “Skeeter” Scott

Funeral services for W.D. “Skeeter” Scott, age 76, of Pickton, will be held at 2:00 P.M. on Sunday, April 30, 2017 at Murray-Orwosky Funeral Chapel with Rev. Johnny Wheat officiating and Garry Allen assisting.  Interment will follow at Mahoney Cemetery with Mike Boyd, Guy Hatch, T.N. Gregory, Tom Reynolds, David Wayne Jones and Mark Phillips serving as pallbearers and Frank Caldwell, Frank Penny, Ed Pingle, Fred McCauley and Billy...

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Channel 18 News Thursday, April 27, 2017
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Spring Football Provides Opportunities For Developing Players
Apr27

Spring Football Provides Opportunities For Developing Players

The Wildcats’ football team completed their third practice of the spring Wednesday after school. Before they even got started Monday morning, Wildcats Offensive Coordinator Matt Young talked about things he wants to see accomplished by the end of spring drills. He said first and foremost, he wants to see players be physical and to see how physical they can be. Next Coach Young wants the passing game to develop with quarterbacks...

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Wildcats in 10th After First Day of Regional Golf Tourney
Apr27

Wildcats in 10th After First Day of Regional Golf Tourney

The Wildcats’ golf team is in tenth place after the rain-delayed first round of the Regional Golf Tournament Wednesday at Rockwall Golf and Athletic Club. There are fifteen teams participating. Alex Motes led the Wildcats Wednesday with an 11 over par 83. He’s tied for 22nd place in the tournament. Carter Lewis shot 84. Andrew Escobar had 87. Caleb Lewis came in with an 89. Matt Calhoun shot 93. The Wildcats shot a team...

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Lady Cats Begin Bi-District Series
Apr27

Lady Cats Begin Bi-District Series

The Lady Cats’ softball team opens their best two out of three bi-district series at Lovejoy in Lucas Thursday at 7 p.m. The Lady Cats will be playing with heavy hearts after the death of the mother of Lady Cats’ pitcher Bailey Haggerty on Monday in Dallas. On KSST Radio and Cable Channel 18’s Saturday Morning Coaches Show, Lady Cats Softball Coach David Carrillo gave a scouting report on Lovejoy. He said they had...

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Donald Dickey Turner
Apr27

Donald Dickey Turner

A Masonic graveside service for Donald Dickey Turner, of Lone Oak, was held Saturday morning, April 29, 2017, in Smyrna Cemetery. Mr. Turner passed away Wednesday, April 26, at Legend Health and Rehabilitation in  Greenville. He was born Jan. 9, 1932 in Dallas, to James Truman and Annie Lores DickeyTurner. He married Mary Amanda Tarkington April 4, 1959 in Dallas. He served in the U.S. Army in his younger years. During his working...

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KSST is Giving Away Rangers Tickets!
Apr27

KSST is Giving Away Rangers Tickets!

KSST will be giving away a pair of tickets to each of the Texas Rangers Games this Weekend.  Winners will be picked during Afternoon Drive 4-6PM on Thursday April 27th, 2017.   Rules:  The tickets must be picked up from the KSST Studios on Friday April 28th.  The tickets must NOT be resold!   How to enter: Like KSST on Facebook, AND like this Post on Facebook.     Share...

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Affiliated Driving Class June 29th at Senior Center
Apr27

Affiliated Driving Class June 29th at Senior Center

Another driving class is being held at the Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center from 10 to 4 PM at June 29th. Lunch will be available for $2 a meal. This class is good for a Ticket Dismissal or 10% Discount on your Liability Insurance for 3 years. Share...

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TxDOT Launches Motorcycle Safety Awareness Campaign
Apr27

TxDOT Launches Motorcycle Safety Awareness Campaign

AUSTIN – In an effort to curb an increase in motorcycle fatalities on Texas roads, the Texas Department of Transportation is launching its “Share the Road: Look Twice for Motorcycles” campaign as part of Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month in May. The campaign implores drivers to watch closely for motorcycles, especially at intersections and when changing lanes. “Part of our responsibility as motorists is to always be aware of other...

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Lodema Cox
Apr27

Lodema Cox

Mrs. Lodema Cox, age 89 of Winnsboro, passed away on Thursday, April 27th, 2017 in Winnsboro. She was born on July 26th, 1927 in Wood County to the late William Busby and Bertha Collins Busby. She was a homemaker and a member of Walnut Street Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, William Edger Cox; two sisters, seven brothers and one grandson, Arnold Lee Crofford, She is survived by, daughters, Glenda...

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