Sharon Feldt, an East Texas Author, Has Self-Published a Children’s Book Called The Stable

Sharon Feldt, an East Texas author, has self-published a children’s book called The Stable. Ms. Feldt discussed the book on KSST’s Good Morning Show with Enola Gay Tuesday morning....

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Dr. Ray Perryman Returns to Sulphur Springs
Nov25

Dr. Ray Perryman Returns to Sulphur Springs

Noted economist Dr. Ray Perryman will be returning to Sulphur Springs soon.  We learn more from Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Meredith Caddell. http://www.ksstradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Ray-Perryman-Returns.mp3...

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SS Commercial Services: Sculpting Sulphur Springs
Nov25

SS Commercial Services: Sculpting Sulphur Springs

With the exception of a few buildings, downtown Sulphur Springs has seen a complete renovation in the past couple of years. The people behind it all have been SS Commercial Services, an industrial construction and plant maintenance company here in Sulphur Springs. The owner of SS Commercial Services, John Heilman, has been in charge of the company since 1978. “When I got out of the Marine Corps, I became a policeman in Euless,...

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New Service Offered at Memorial Clinic Women’s Center.
Nov25
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United Way 100% Club for 11/18/14
Nov24

United Way 100% Club for 11/18/14

100 % Club for November 18, 2014; companies meeting or exceeding the posted goal Cross Country Communication ReMax Advanced Edward Jones, Chris Voorheese Parmer Truck and Trailer Hammond Mobile Homes Century 21 First Group Home Spring Suites Redneck Trailer Supplies Furr’s Financial Solutions Fieldhouse Century 21 Hometown

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Hopkins County Commissioners Court Meets Monday Morning
Nov24

Hopkins County Commissioners Court Meets Monday Morning

The Hopkins County Commissioners Court is expected to consider approving an easement and right of way for the new County Jail Project at a regular meeting Monday morning. The court is also expected to consider approval of a debarment policy for the county. Work sessions on the Civic Center, environmental operations, the new jail, the sheriff’s office and the budget are schedule after the regular meeting. The court will also get their...

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Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Board Meets Monday Night at 6
Nov24

Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Board Meets Monday Night at 6

The Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Board will consider one budgeted and one non-budgeted item during a regular meeting Monday night at 6 p.m. The budgeted item is an overhead light for a hospital operating room. The non-budgeted item is a weight-bearing platform for Orthopedics at Memorial Clinic. The board will also consider approving an additional partner for its’ nursing home UPL program.

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Dr. Philip White Retirement Reception
Nov21

Dr. Philip White Retirement Reception

Dr. and Mrs. White were honored today by the Memorial Hospital and their daughter Meredith an RN for his 34 years of service to the hospital and his patients. Memorial Hospital CEO Michael McAndrew and Dr. Philip White                                   Mr. and Mrs. Philip White                      ...

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Hopkins Place Sponsors a Holiday Toy Drive
Nov20

Hopkins Place Sponsors a Holiday Toy Drive

Hopkins Place in Sulphur Springs is partnering with Hospice Plus to collect toys for Blue Santa. A Blue Santa barrel is located at Hopkins Place. The effort began November 1 and will continue until December 9. On the 9th there will be a special toy drop-off event at Hopkins Place. The building will be decorated and there will be carolers, candy canes for children along with hot cocoa and hot cider. Sherry Drummond, Director of...

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PJC Has Big Plans for the Former Foxworth Building on the Loop
Nov17

PJC Has Big Plans for the Former Foxworth Building on the Loop

Big changes are coming to the Paris Junior College Sulphur Springs campus. PJC has purchased the old Foxworth-Galbraith building and they plan to build a 4,800 square foot welding shop. A state grant will provide equipment. The old showroom will be converted to classes to teach mechatronics and 3D drafting. Courses will be available in the spring. Phase II calls for building 18 new classrooms to move classes for traditional students...

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