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What’s Happening at Tractor Supply?
Jul21

What’s Happening at Tractor Supply?

Tractor Supply is getting  “2 new Air-Conditioning systems”.  Darryl Haidek was helping work on the install and explained that timing of installs varies since “none are the same..It’s hard to say how long it will take.” Hopefully Tractor Supply workers won’t have to wait too long in the Texas heat for their new air-conditioning! Tractor Supply New AC Tractor Supply New AC Tractor Supply New AC...

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NETBIO Scholarships Awarded
Jul21

NETBIO Scholarships Awarded

Buyers, sellers and visitors attending the July 19 Northeast Texas Beef Improvement Organization cattle sale got to witness the presentation of five $1,000 college scholarships awarded to students majoring in agriculture. The scholarships are given in the name of Jim Jacobs and Dr. J. D. Norris, two men involved in organizing NETBIO and who served as directors before their deaths. NETBIO CEO Dwyatt Bell presented the scholarships and...

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Wednesday July 19th NETBIO Sale Report
Jul21

Wednesday July 19th NETBIO Sale Report

Livestock producers from throughout Texas and some neighboring states converged on the Sulphur Springs Livestock Commission Wednesday July 19th, 2017 to sell their cattle at the July Northeast Texas Beef Improvement Organization’s pre-conditioned stocker and feeder calf sale. Consignors shipped 5,285 head of calves and yearlings to the NETBIO sale that drew a full house of sellers, buyers and visitors. “We had a lot of good cattle...

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What’s Happening to the Lot on South Broadway?
Jul19

What’s Happening to the Lot on South Broadway?

Ground has been broken on the lot next to City National Bank (CNB) on South Broadway. The CNB Mockingbird Branch is going to be doing some renovations and will be moving into the portables across the street, next to their Mortgage Branch building. While an official move-out date has not been set, CNB Officials want their customers to know that the “drive through will still remain open, and everything will continue to operate as...

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Getting Ready At PJC
Jul19

Getting Ready At PJC

GETTING READY: Pauline Rubarts of Miller Grove is getting ready for the fall semester at the PJC-Sulphur Springs Center campus. Above she discusses her registration possibilities with Advisor Carey Gable. Early registration continues on campus through August 21. For more information call 903-885-1232 or visit the campus located at 1137 Loop 301 East. Share...

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Best Place to Take Kids in Sulphur Springs Poll: The Official Unscientific Results are In
Jul17

Best Place to Take Kids in Sulphur Springs Poll: The Official Unscientific Results are In

The results of a poll on KSSTRadio.com’s home page are in.  The question?  What is the best place to take kids in Sulphur Springs. The results are as follows: Kid’s Kingdom in Buford Park Splash Pad in Pacific Park Celebration Square Coleman Park Best place in Sulphur Springs to take children to play Buford Park with Kids Kingdom (46%) Pacific Park with the Splash Pad (22%) Celebration Square with the Fountain! (16%)...

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Spend Saturday Nights On The Square
Jul16

Spend Saturday Nights On The Square

The Saturday Evening Market is definitely something worth checking out! Lots of children were dancing as “Buddy and the flashbacks” entertained the crowd with cover songs such as “Pretty Woman”, “You Send Me”, and asking for audience participation in singing the song “Doowah Diddy Dum”. The crowd clapped along to the beat and cheered after every song. People brought lawn chairs and sat...

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Echo Publishing Re-Grand Opening
Jul12

Echo Publishing Re-Grand Opening

During the noon hour on Wednesday July 12, the public is invited to tour the new Echo Print and Design Studio of Sulphur Springs, a stand-alone business of Echo Publishing. The business remains in it’s current location on Church Street near downtown, with a new entrance on the south side of the building. The public is invited to stop by between noon and 1:30 pm to meet the staff, tour the new studio and enjoy a BBQ lunch served...

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CANHelp’s Back to School Fair-OPEN TO EVERYONE
Jul12

CANHelp’s Back to School Fair-OPEN TO EVERYONE

By Savannah Owens CANHelp’s Shanna Martin sat down with KSST to talk about how school supplies registration is going and what people can expect from their Back to School Fair. One week into registration, CANHelp has about 50 kids registered for school supplies, but the organization expects somewhere between 300 and 1,000 kids to register for school supplies by August 4th. They have received $3,000 in donations, and that money...

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Wake Up With the Saturday Morning Market
Jul09

Wake Up With the Saturday Morning Market

Where can you go to find fresh produce, as well as tasty treats, and practical purchases? That’s right, the morning market! Located on Gilmer street between Alliance Bank and City National Bank and available every Saturday from 8:00a.m. to 2:00 p.m. . This hidden gem is one of the best things about Sulphur Springs. Friendly, local vendors look forward to visiting with customers and discussing the history behind their products....

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