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You’re Invited to a Royal Evening Out
Aug09

You’re Invited to a Royal Evening Out

By Savannah Owens The Lil’ 4’s club is hosting their Annual Kings and Queens Ball on Saturday August 12th at 4:00 pm. The Ball is a dinner as well as a talent show and pageant put on by the kids. It will be held at 200 Fuller street (Lil’ 4’s Building), and everyone is welcome to attend. This is a black tie event (no jeans or sneakers) and parents are requested to come.   This is Lil 4’s 8th year of...

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Dairy Queen Donation for the Senior Center Building Fund
Aug07

Dairy Queen Donation for the Senior Center Building Fund

Destanie Walls, General Manager, from Main Street Dairy Queen presented the Senior Citizens Center a Donation Check for the Building Fund for a New Senior Center. The proceeds came from Dairy Queen’s carnival last Saturday and were divided between the Lil 4’s and the Building Fund for the Senior Citizens Center. Share...

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The Results are In!
Aug07

The Results are In!

The results are in.  The least favorite intersection in Sulphur Springs is… Select your Least Favorite intersection Gilmer v.s. Main St v.s. College St on the square (67%) I-30 v.s. Highway 19 west of town (23%) 154 (Church St) v.s. Highway 19 v.s. Loop 301 north of town (8%) I-30 v.s. 301 Loop east of town (1%) Thanks for voting!  Loading ...   Various suggestions for this dubious honor include: The offset between...

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Good Times at the Dairy Queen Back To School Carnival
Aug05

Good Times at the Dairy Queen Back To School Carnival

Everyone who attended had a good time at the Back to School Carnival hosted by Dairy Queen.”Teams from both locations chipped in to help! We would like to make it an annual thing, and maybe switch between [the Main Street and South Broadway] locations.” Destanie Walls, GM for Main Street Dairy Queen, said. Students and families enjoyed bounce houses, duck pond games, dunking booth, the bake sale, face painting, and a photo...

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CANHelp Back To School Bash was a Big Success
Aug05

CANHelp Back To School Bash was a Big Success

CANHelp’s Back to School Bash was a huge success! There were over a thousand people in attendance. Shanna Martin met up with KSST to talk about the event. “It’s been crazy but good! For our first year, we think it’s a hit! We are very happy with the turnout and we want to make this a tradition.” Martin said her favorite part was “seeing the place filled up! It’s a testament to the community,...

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Dairy Queen’s Back to School Bash: Tonight from 6-8 pm
Aug05

Dairy Queen’s Back to School Bash: Tonight from 6-8 pm

The Dairy Queen restaurant on South Broadway is hosting a Back to School Carnival tonight from 6:00 pm- 8:00 pm. The event  is free and open to everyone!  Featured activities  for students will include: a bake sale benefiting local charities, face painting, a dunking booth, a picture booth, ring toss, and more!  The restaurant will  also be open during the event . KSST sat down with Lisa Derocco GM of South Broadway’s Dairy...

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ReachOut Events at the Hopkins County Community Chest
Aug02

ReachOut Events at the Hopkins County Community Chest

Fridays from 12pm -3pm Councelors travel to ReachOut sites to provide the same services offered at the main office to low income households in our community sites are as follows:  1st Friday of each month – Arbala Community Center On the corner of FM 1567 @ FM 2081 Arbala Texas 75433 2nd Friday of each month – Como United Methodist Church 309 Lynch Street Como Texas 75431 3rd Friday of each month – Peerless Assembly...

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Sulphur Springs Soccer Association Extends Registration Deadline
Jul28

Sulphur Springs Soccer Association Extends Registration Deadline

Fall registration extended to Sunday July 30. Walk up registration at Hibbett Sports Saturday July 29 10-2. Online registration at www.sulphurspringssoccer.org. Share...

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PJC Sulphur Springs news
Jul26

PJC Sulphur Springs news

PJC-Sulphur Springs Center mathematics instructor Cynthia Steward answers a student’s question during a second summer semester college algebra class. Registration for fall classes, which start August 28, continues during regular office hours at the campus. Share...

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House Bill 1935: The Official Unscientific Results are In
Jul24

House Bill 1935: The Official Unscientific Results are In

The results of a poll on KSSTRadio.com’s home page are in.  The question? House Bill 1935, permits Texans (with a few restricted places) to carry knives longer then 5.5 inches. Yes that means swords, spears, and halberds etc…  The results are as follows: House Bill 1935, permits Texans (with a few restricted places) to carry knives longer then 5.5 inches. Yes that means swords, spears, and halberds etc... Select all that...

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