Bo Studio Facade Constuction
Oct22

Bo Studio Facade Constuction

The studio 222 at 222 Main Street is having repairs done to the exterior of the building. “Due to the desires of the city to make downtown look better, I thought maybe I better get with the program,” Studio 222 owner Deborah Bohanon said. “Right now it’s just exterior because I did a lot of work on the interior the first year or two to set it up for recording. It’s mainly just repair of the concrete and...

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Heritage Corvette Classic Nov 24th & 25th
Oct22
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9th Annual Heritage Square Car Show, Nov. 1st
Oct22
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High School Theatre Department Raising Funds For United Way
Oct22

High School Theatre Department Raising Funds For United Way

The Sulphur Springs High School Theatre Department is having a play with dessert featuring the short comedy 10 Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse. It will take place Thursday, October 30 on the Middle School Stage. There will be performances at 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 and are available from cast members or by calling the High School. Proceeds will go to the United Way. By Don Julian, KSST News and Sports...

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United Way Update
Oct22

United Way Update

After a third report meeting Tuesday, the Hopkins County United Way has collected $38,588.92. That’s 24.1% of the goal of $160,000. A total of $13,774.92 came in Tuesday alone. The meeting featured a visit by former United Way Secretary Charlotte Henderson, who Drive Chairman Chris Voorheese called a United Way Legend. A Burgers At the Banks event Thursday during lunch will benefit United Way. By Don Julian, KSST News and Sports...

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Renovation of the Knight’s Head Inn
Oct20

Renovation of the Knight’s Head Inn

“My wife has always loved that building ,” Mr Glaess said. “We went to school in Commerce and when she would get sad, we would make the drive from Commerce and it didn’t matter whenever it was, 12:00 or 1:00 in the morning. We would just go and sit in that empty parking lot across the street, and we promised if it ever became available and we had the opportunity to buy it, we would actually do that. When that...

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IdziBitzy Bakery Opening on Main Street
Oct17

IdziBitzy Bakery Opening on Main Street

  Among one of the many buildings being renovated and constructed in Sulphur Springs, Texas is the IdziBitzy Bakery. The IdziBitzy Bakery has moved here from outside Brashear and is set to open in a short couple of weeks. “We started the bakery as a family bakery with my mother and lots of support from from my aunts,” owner Michelle Idzi said. “It has become my bakery because I have gotten to know so many of my...

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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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Texas Farm Bureau Puts on “Ag in the Class”
Oct14

Texas Farm Bureau Puts on “Ag in the Class”

The Texas Farm Bureau put on its’ first day of the two day Ag in the Class for fourth grade students Monday in the Civic Center Arena. More than 400 students were in attendance Monday from all over Hopkins County and surrounding counties. Don Smith with the Texas Farm Bureau of Hopkins and Rains counties said the event teaches young people about agriculture, what it does and why it is done. He noted it’s all about food production that...

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City Council Wrap Up 10/07/14
Oct09

City Council Wrap Up 10/07/14

At Tuesday night’s meeting of the Sulphur Springs City Council, the council approved an ordinance on first reading for issuance and sale of $5-million of certificates of obligation for more street work, equipment and renovation work for old City Hall. The council also passed several ordinances on second and final reading to help Saputo Dairy Foods receive financial incentives from the state for a plant expansion....

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