Corvette Show Wrap Up
Oct28

Corvette Show Wrap Up

Tony Hughes, vice-President of the Sulphur Springs Corvette Club, said Saturday’s event on and around the plaza was a fantastic show. He added many attendees called it the best show they’d ever been to. Hughes said there were 183 Corvettes entered. They had only 186 spaces. There were 88 cars in last year’s show. Hughes said he would have hated to be a judge with all the beautiful cars in the show. One of the Best of Show winners at...

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Dr. Darren Arnecke on the Care Unit at Memorial Hospital
Oct15

Dr. Darren Arnecke on the Care Unit at Memorial Hospital

Physical, occupational, and speech therapies present a challenge for those in need of rehabilitative care. For those needing rehab, time, travel, and comfort are often a priority in choosing where and when the service is provided. For those who perform the rehab, the challenge of proper facilities and tools is paramount. Dr. Darren Arnecke, Doctor of Internal Medicine and medical director for the Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Rehab...

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Wildcat Marching Band Garners Top Marks
Oct14

Wildcat Marching Band Garners Top Marks

Wildcats Marching Band Director Charles McCauley says the band’s hard work last week really paid off. McCauley says the band had strong performances Friday night and twice Saturday at a Mt. Pleasant contest. The band got the top scores of all 1s. The band earned third place overall and was the top Class 5A band. The Wildcats Band will perform at a final contest Saturday in Prairiland at 2:15 p.m. UIL competition will be on October...

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Senior Citizens Day During Fall Festival
Oct14

Senior Citizens Day During Fall Festival

Karon Weatherman, Director of the Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center, is in charge of Senior Citizens Day during Fall Festival. It will take place on Tuesday, October 21 at the Senior Citizens Center. Ms. Weatherman has scheduled a LCR Tournament. LCR is a popular game at the center. For $8, a person can buy into the tournament and have lunch. Cash prizes will go to...

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Weather Alert Sirens Accidentally Sounding
Oct14

Weather Alert Sirens Accidentally Sounding

For the second time this month, a city of Sulphur Springs weather alert siren accidentally went off. The latest incident occurred at around 4 a.m. Monday. In both cases, Police Chief Jay Sanders says there was a lot of lightning in the area. He believes lightning caused a power surge that triggered the alarms. He says he is working with experts to prevent a...

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Health Care Worker at Dallas Hospital Tests Positive for Ebola
Oct12
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“Updated” Walk to Remember Benefiting “Terrific Tuesdays”
Oct10

“Updated” Walk to Remember Benefiting “Terrific Tuesdays”

Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center Director Karon Weatherman had good news Friday. Some additional financial gifts put A Walk To Remember over its’ $10,000 goal. Ms. Weatherman reported $10,603.71 in the bank with a pledge of $750. At the Thursday evening walk at The Gardens at Memorial, a total just under the goal was announced. Funds benefit the Terrific Tuesdays program, which provides activities for victims of Alzheimer’s...

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City Managers Report 10/08/14
Oct09

City Managers Report 10/08/14

Sulphur Springs City Manager Marc Maxwell says the city now has three new tornado warning sirens that will insure coverage by sirens for the entire city limits. By the way, the sirens that sounded last week during a storm were not the new ones. They were older ones that sounded by accident due to a lightning caused power surge. Maxwell also says the city Wastewater Treatment Plant continues to struggle to get enough oxygen to...

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Passionately Pink For the Cure – April McGuffey Hopkins County EMS
Oct07

Passionately Pink For the Cure – April McGuffey Hopkins County EMS

The third annual Passionately Pink For the Cure 5K Walk/Run takes place Saturday at Buford Park. Registration is at 7 a.m. with the walk/run starting at 8 a.m. Funds raised benefit the Susan Komen Foundation’s fight against breast cancer. Hopkins County EMS and local firefighters put on the event and publicize it by wearing pink...

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“Updated” 2014 Homecoming Court
Oct06

“Updated” 2014 Homecoming Court

Ten senior students named to the Sulphur Springs High School Homecoming Court were announced Monday morning during a photo shoot in the high school gym. Those named to the court include Cortney Crook, Madeline Massey, Audrey Eddins, Chandler Silman, Hattie Schultz, Alexis Stribling, Katie Barnett, Sarah Rost, Kinzi Irving, and Caitlin Helm. KSST news spoke with each of the nominees. The Homecoming Queen will be named and crowned...

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