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Books For Babies
May23

Books For Babies

Books for Babies The Kappa Omicron Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International in conjunction with the Gladys Alexander Chapter of the National Honor Society recently donated 362 story books to be presented to newborns at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital in Sulphur Springs. Pictured left to right are Christi Couch, R.N.; Carissa Carter and Bracken Sant, NHS members; Gail Herman and Madison Millsap, DKG members; and Megan...

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Channel 18 News:  Thursday, May 23, 2019
May23
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Police Follow Trail Of Parts To Sleeping Man In Damaged Truck
May23

Police Follow Trail Of Parts To Sleeping Man In Damaged Truck

Sulphur Springs police followed a trail of car parts to a man in a Dodge Ram pickup with front end damage early Thursday morning. Officers had responded to complaints of multiple crashes. They observed what was found to be a trail of vehicle parts, and followed it from the 500 block of Woodlawn Street to the 900 block of North Hillcrest Drive. There, police reported seeing a blue pickup that had apparently sustained heavy front end...

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3 Arrested Following Midnight Complaint
May23

3 Arrested Following Midnight Complaint

A complaint regarding intoxicated people on Connally Street resulted in three arrests early Thursday morning. Sulphur Springs Police Officer Zach Brown, Sgt. Josh Shufeldt and Lt. Eddie Moon were dispatched at 12:08 a.m. to the 200 block of Connally Street. As they arrived, Moon reported one man started walking away from him near a Davis Street business. He finally stopped, after being instructed to do so numerous times, Moon...

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Local Author’s Book Showcases the Texas Ranger Who Ended Bonnie and Clyde’s Crime Spree in 1934
May23

Local Author’s Book Showcases the Texas Ranger Who Ended Bonnie and Clyde’s Crime Spree in 1934

It was on May 23, 1934 that the bloody career of the most notorious criminal couple in American history came to an end. Now, eighty-five years later, a recent release by local author Gene Shelton will better acquaint readers with the lawman who stopped the pair. The book is entitled “MANHUNTER” and is a novel based on the life and times of Frank Hamer, Texas Ranger. Shelton actually wrote the book over 20 years ago based...

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7 Pounds Of Suspected Methamphetamine Discovered In Car Speaker During Traffic Stop
May23

7 Pounds Of Suspected Methamphetamine Discovered In Car Speaker During Traffic Stop

Andrew Zachery Berry A traffic stop on Interstate 30 by Cumby police yielded more than 7 pounds of methamphetamine in a sub-woofer box located in the trunk of a car and a small container of THC inside of the vehicle, according to arrest reports. Cumby Police Officer Kenneth Jones reported seeing an eastbound beige colored vehicle drive onto the shoulder and over the white line, after passing him on I-30 around 1:45 p.m. Thursday....

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Meet Four More Contestants for  Ms. Hopkins County Sr!
May23

Meet Four More Contestants for Ms. Hopkins County Sr!

Everyone of this year’s field of ten contestants is excited about the Pageant, set for Saturday June 1. Let’s meet four more of the ladies who visited the KSST studios during the Good Morning Show with Enola Gay. L. to R. JanGray, Vender Wright, Marjean Allen and PamGeorge Marjean Allen is a first-year contestant who learned about it through Karon Weatherman at the Senior’s Center,and immediately signed up! Marjean...

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Channel 18 News:  Wednesday, May 22, 2019
May22
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Wildcat Football Camp Takes Place Next Week During the Evening
May22

Wildcat Football Camp Takes Place Next Week During the Evening

For years the Wildcat Football Camp for youngsters has been one of the last one’s held during the summer. This year it will be the first. It will also be an evening camp. Camp dates are next Tuesday through Thursday (May 28-30) from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. each day in the Multipurpose Building. Wildcats Football Coach Greg Owens hopes the changes will result in increased attendance. The Camp is for boys entering the third grade...

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SS Public Library Summer Reading Program
May22

SS Public Library Summer Reading Program

The Sulphur Springs Public Library Summer Reading Program is coming up soon. Sulphur Springs Public Library Director, Hope Cain, says ” We look forward to summer every year and are pleased to be so well received. ” Please see the details about the 2019 Summer Reading Program below. Sulphur Springs Public Library Summer Reading Program 2019 Sulphur Springs Public Library Summer Reading Program 2019...

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