Brian Toliver Ford Grand Opening On Wednesday
Nov10

Brian Toliver Ford Grand Opening On Wednesday

  Grand Opening for Brian Toliver Ford Lincoln in Sulphur Springs will be held this Wednesday, November 12 with a ribbon cutting at noon and festivities continuing until 2 p.m.. Visit...

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School Board Meets Monday at 6PM
Nov09

School Board Meets Monday at 6PM

At a regular meeting Monday night at 6 p.m., the Sulphur Springs School Board is expected to hear a report from Assistant Superintendent Betty Lawson on education performance of the Bilingual/ESL Program during last school year. During action items, the board will consider adding updated electronic security systems to Bowie and Lamar Primary schools. The board will also consider approving Campus Improvement Plans for this school...

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Crime Stoppers Donates Equipment to the Police Department
Nov07

Crime Stoppers Donates Equipment to the Police Department

Recently the local Crimestoppers group purchased a computer system for the Sulphur Springs Police Department to collect a database of info on local children in case any of them goes missing. Info on about 100 children was gathered at Kids Zone during Fall Festival. Patrol Captain Jason Ricketson said in the past children were fingerprinted and parents were given cards to keep. He explained if those cards were lost, the information...

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Hospital Employees Recognized for Tenure
Nov07

Hospital Employees Recognized for Tenure

Employees recognized for 5-45 years of service at Memorial Hospital and Clinic.”  An employee banquet was held October 23rd to recognize the group.                    ...

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“Updated” City Managers Report
Nov07

“Updated” City Managers Report

Sulphur Springs City Manager Marc Maxwell reported on street work, the Wastewater Treatment Plant and tornado warning sirens in his Manager’s Report to the City Council Tuesday night. He reported that the annual paving program was completed with Morris Drive, Russell Drive, Kendall Lane, Fuller Street, North Davis Street from the Blacklands Railroad tracks to Park Street and Hinnant Street all being paved. Maxwell added League Street,...

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Peter Karstens Discusses Renovating the Old City Hall
Nov07

Peter Karstens Discusses Renovating the Old City Hall

In order to renovate old Sulphur Springs City Hall, the city business office, water department and tax collection office will be relocated to a temporary building that will be located just west of old City Hall. The building will arrive the week before Thanksgiving and should open the week after Thanksgiving. The drive-through pay window is being replaced by a machine where bills can be paid. City departments will relocate to old City...

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United Way Report & 100% Club
Nov05

United Way Report & 100% Club

Good Afternoon!  I just wanted to update you on our meeting earlier today.  After final calculations were made, our total for today is $48,344.46, bringing us to $122,020.82.  We’re at 76% of $160,000!!!  We were privileged to have several special guests in attendance.  Four Blue Blaze officers from SSHS were able to join us and help “cheer” us on!!  Girls in attendance were Captain Jessica Lappin, Sr. Lieutenant Hailey Harrington,...

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Arturo’s Wood Oven Pizza Comes to Sulphur Springs
Nov04

Arturo’s Wood Oven Pizza Comes to Sulphur Springs

Arturo’s Pizza, a wood oven restaurant, is coming to Main Street in downtown Sulphur Springs. The owners of the establishment, Arthur and Tina Kunzman, are jumping right into the renewal spirit of Sulphur Springs with their brand new business, the idea of which was conceived from their former home in Iowa. “We moved here on a dream,” Arthur Kunzman said. “We’ve had the right help in the right places and...

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“Updated” The Lights of Life Gala Celebration Kicks Off
Nov04

“Updated” The Lights of Life Gala Celebration Kicks Off

http://www.ksstradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Lights-of-Life-Kickoff.mp3 The 19th Lights of Life Campaign and 9th annual Gala is underway after a kickoff event at Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Tuesday morning. The events were created by the hospital foundation to raise funds to purchase items for the hospital. $25 lights in memory of or in honor of loved ones are now for sale and will go on a Christmas tree that will be...

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“Updated” Lights of Life 2014-2015 Kicks Off Tuesday Morning Nov. 4th at 10AM
Oct30

“Updated” Lights of Life 2014-2015 Kicks Off Tuesday Morning Nov. 4th at 10AM

Download (PDF, 1.32MB) http://www.ksstradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Lights-of-Life.mp3 After months of planning, the 19th annual Lights of Life Campaign and 9th Gala will get underway with a kickoff next Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the lobby of Hopkins County Memorial Hospital. Foundation Director Jackie Thornton says the kickoff is a time to thank the campaign’s sponsors. People may purchase a light on a Christmas tree in memory of...

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