United Way 100% Club for November 12th, 2014
Nov17

United Way 100% Club for November 12th, 2014

100 % Club for November 12, 2014; companies meeting or exceeding the posted goal Sulphur Springs Middle School SSISD Technology Dept. Big Smith’s/Dip Net Muddy Jake’s Payne Electric Texas Trading Company Appliance Hospital Medicine Chest Lou Nell’s Sulphur Springs Floral 24 Hour Gym A&S Air Conditioning The Shoe Inn All World Travel Berning Insurance Group Sulphur Springs Vision Dr. Doughtie Dr. Tris Dr. Fielder Civic Center Staff...

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UPRA Cinch Rodeo Nov. 21st, 22nd and 23rd
Nov16
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Local Banks Closing Thursday the 27th
Nov14

Local Banks Closing Thursday the 27th

All local banks will be closed Thursday, November 27th and will re-open for business on Friday, November 28th.

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The Blue Santa Toy Drive is Underway
Nov14

The Blue Santa Toy Drive is Underway

The Blue Santa toy drive is underway. Sulphur Springs Police Chief Jay Sanders says they hope to help from 1500 to 1600 children, their biggest year ever. Parents can fill out applications at CANHelp at 613 Gilmer. Deadline for applications is November 26 although Chief Sanders says no one in need will be turned away. The Salvation Army will be taking applications for clothing from Angel Tree Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon and next...

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Brian Toliver and Family Hosts the Grand Opening of Toliver Ford
Nov12

Brian Toliver and Family Hosts the Grand Opening of Toliver Ford

At noon Wednesday, Brian and Leesa Toliver, along with their sons Brent and Jonathan, their wives and grandchildren, hosted the Grand Opening of the renovated Toliver Ford. The turn out for the event was excellent with the showroom packed from wall to wall. The Toliver family has been in the automobile business since 1930, when the price of a Ford pickup was $295.00. As their great-grandfather , Mr. R.L. Burton, used to say,...

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Panda Express United Way Give back
Nov12

Panda Express United Way Give back

The Panda Express requires that you have a copy of the flyer or a copy on your phone. It must be presented at time of purchase in order for United Way to be credited. So here it is! Download (PDF,...

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State Representative Dan Flynn Here Yesterday “Video”
Nov11

State Representative Dan Flynn Here Yesterday “Video”

State Representative Dan Flynn met with Sulphur Springs’ constituents at Coffee on the Square Monday evening. Flynn told KSST that he had filed several bills in the early filing period for January’s Legislative Session. Flynn said the bills support the free exercise of faith, family and freedom. The bills cover a wide area from additional second amendment gun rights to abolishing daylight savings...

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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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