Celebration Antiques
May24
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“Made to Lead” Workshop for Summer 2016
May20

“Made to Lead” Workshop for Summer 2016

Chanda Fulgium, Senior Vice-President of Healogics, has created a free four-week leadership initiative for Sulphur Springs entitled “Made to Lead”. Anyone may attend the sessions. Fulgium bases her workshop on business leadership training which can positively affect company culture. Curriculum for the course will be based on Lance Wallnau’s “seven mountains of cultural influence” to show how anyone can...

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Producers Sell Over 5,000 Head of Cattle AT NETBIO Sale
May19

Producers Sell Over 5,000 Head of Cattle AT NETBIO Sale

Livestock producers from throughout Texas and neighboring states converged on the Sulphur Springs Livestock Commission Wednesday to market their cattle at the May Northeast Texas Beef Improvement pre-conditioned stocker and feeder calf sale. Consignors shipped 5,162 head of calves and yearlings to the NETBIO sale that drew a big crowd of sellers, buyers and visitors. “We had a lot of good cattle consigned to the sale and there was a...

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CNB Contacting ATM Thursday Users
May13

CNB Contacting ATM Thursday Users

City National Bank asks anyone who used the ATM downtown location Thursday between 6:20 a.m. and 11 a.m. (only that time period) to please call CNB. The bank has contacted every customer for whom they have a phone number but want to be sure to have contacted all who used the machine. According to John Sellers with CNB, 95% or more have been contacted but they want to assure all customers regarding the security of their transaction and...

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Animal of the Week: Peanut the Pit
May11

Animal of the Week: Peanut the Pit

Peanut is a female Pit Bull puppy who is only five weeks old. She was signed over and given to the Sulphur Springs Animal Shelter by the Police. “The Sheriff’s Office arrested somebody who apparently is not getting out of jail, so we got him to sign the dog over so we can find her another home,” Animal Shelter Officer Barbi Blanch said. “He couldn’t get any family members to come get her.” The...

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Auto Fire, Repossessions, Questionable Business Practices Plague Lot on Gilmer Street
May05

Auto Fire, Repossessions, Questionable Business Practices Plague Lot on Gilmer Street

A Sulphur Springs fire investigator is seeking to determine the reason for an April 29th auto fire discovered at 2:03 a.m. behind what has been the location for Father and Son Auto on Gilmer Street. Fire Inspector Aaron Kager is seeking the cause of the fire discovered when Sulphur Springs Firemen were returning to Fire Station 2, according to the City Fire Marshall. The firemen noticed the blaze and responded to the location. After...

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Meredith Caddell Changes Hats
May05

Meredith Caddell Changes Hats

Meredith Caddell is going to miss being on the “busy” corner of town when she steps down as President/CEO of the Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce. The 300 Connally Street location is smack dab in the middle of everything going on in Celebration City. Meredith is going in an exciting direction by becoming Hopkins County Healthcare Foundation Director, a role held by Jackie Thornton for a decade. In the meantime, she will...

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PJC-Sulphur Springs Campus, A Vision in Process
Apr29

PJC-Sulphur Springs Campus, A Vision in Process

With the cutting of a ribbon and the grand opening of the new PJC-Sulphur Springs Campus located on Loop 301 in the newly remodeled building that once housed Foxworth Galbraith Lumber Company, Paris Junior College President Pam Anglin’s vision for expansion of educational opportunities in the region took one more step forward. Dr. Anglin told KSST News that the junior college experience in both academic and technology play a...

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Scrapie Confirmed in a Hartley County Sheep
Apr26

Scrapie Confirmed in a Hartley County Sheep

  AUSTIN – Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) officials have confirmed scrapie in a Hartley County ewe. The ewe was tested by TAHC after the owner reported signs of weight loss and lack of coordination to their local veterinarian. The premises was quarantined and a flock plan for monitoring is being developed by the TAHC and USDA. “The TAHC is working closely with the flock owner, sharing all of the options for disease...

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Education Foundation Expo Features Eight Grant Winning Projects
Apr25

Education Foundation Expo Features Eight Grant Winning Projects

  Eight grant winning projects will be featured Wednesday during the 2016 Education Foundation Expo at the Hopkins County Civic Center. The Sulphur Springs Independent School District invites all local businesses and community members to join them for the Expo from at 11:30 a.m. until at 1:00 pm. Tickets are $15 for the event, which includes lunch provided by the SSHS Culinary Arts students. The Expo will showcase the eight...

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