Sulphur Springs High School Class of 1950 Donates for NEW Senior Citizens Center
Feb21

Sulphur Springs High School Class of 1950 Donates for NEW Senior Citizens Center

The Sulphur Springs High School Class of 1950 made a donation towards a NEW Senior Citizens Center.  They  made the donation in Memory of Juanita Wallace.  Juanita  was their classmate and a LONG time Volunteer at the Senior Citizens Center.   The Class of 1950 Challenges EVERY Graduating Class  to make a donation towards acquiring a New Senior  Citizens Center.   Share...

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Como United Methodist Church – Annual Wild Game Dinner and Auction March 4th, 2017
Feb15

Como United Methodist Church – Annual Wild Game Dinner and Auction March 4th, 2017

The Annual Wild Game Dinner and Auction at the Como United Methodist Church  will take place March 4th, 2017. For more information Phone: (903) 488-3541 Email: comoumc@gmail.com Share...

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Morning Chapel Baptist Church – Soul Food Cafe
Feb10

Morning Chapel Baptist Church – Soul Food Cafe

Morning Chapel Baptist Church – Soul Food Cafe Back by popular demand, the Soul Food Cafe is back.  Proceeds benefit the upcoming Youth Ministry Trip. Share...

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PJC Adult Education Program
Feb09

PJC Adult Education Program

A new program at the Paris Junior College – Sulphur Springs Center targets individuals with a high school diploma or GED who are looking to start college to pursue a career. The Adult Education and Family Literacy program is offering the Life Skills Education Advancing People (LEAP) Academy to equip potential students for success beginning Thursday, Feb. 16. The free LEAP Academy will provide information about college and career...

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Tira News February 3, 2017
Feb03

Tira News February 3, 2017

I received word that Steven Vickery passed away on Thursday evening, following a battle with heart problems. Funeral arrangements are pending. A Pancake Breakfast fundraiser to help his family with medical expenses is scheduled for Saturday morning, February 4th, from 8:00 to noon at the Hopkins County Central Fire Station, next to UPS on South Texas Street. Please keep his family in your prayers. Steven’s father, Powell...

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Miller Grove News February 3, 2017
Feb03

Miller Grove News February 3, 2017

With heavy heart this week I must report the recent house fire in the community.  Keith and Vicki (Mabe) Lee who live just down the road from me, on FM 2653, came home to their house engulfed in flames Wednesday evening.  Several fire trucks were on the scene but they were not able to save the home.  A shell is all that is left – the family lost all of their belongings.  Their sons, Chance and Chase, have both graduated high...

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Free Tax Preparation Starts Feb 4th, 2017
Feb01

Free Tax Preparation Starts Feb 4th, 2017

AARP sponsored free tax form preparation starts February 4th, 2017. Share...

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Lions Club Meets to Discuss Hoop Dreams
Jan31

Lions Club Meets to Discuss Hoop Dreams

The weekly meeting of the Sulphur Springs Lions Club was held at Pizza Inn on Tuesday 12:00pm.  Lions Club members coach the Hoop Dreams teams.  The next Hoop Dreams game will be Monday February 6th at the Sulphur Springs Elementary School Gym. Games will be played from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Feb. 6, Feb. 13 and Feb. 20 at 829 Bell St. An awards ceremony will be held Feb. 20, with participation medals awarded to students. Parents or...

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Starbucks Ribbon Cutting
Jan30

Starbucks Ribbon Cutting

January 30th, 2017 was an exciting, highly anticipated day for most Sulphur Springs residents. Starbucks finally opened early Monday morning and held it’s Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting at 2 pm that same afternoon. Before the ribbon cutting, drink and dessert samples were handed out to visitors. Despite a full parking lot, the lines have been considered quite painless to many customers, so far. Share...

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The Building Fund Begins
Jan27

The Building Fund Begins

Members of the First United Methodist Church of Sulphur Springs presented a check to Senior Citizens Center Director Karon Weatherman. Members of FUMC gave what they could during a 5 month campaign in 2016.  The funds were kept separate from other church offerings.  “This was over and above our regular giving to the church,” said Campbell. The congregation voted to divide the donations 3 ways, and give to 3 separate needs...

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