Support Your SSHS Wildcats
Nov24
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Symphony League Auction: Huge Success
Nov20

Symphony League Auction: Huge Success

By Savannah Owens The Symphony League Auction was held on Saturday November 18th from 5:00-9:00 pm. There were a bunch of unique home items, great Christmas gifts, gift-certificates, tasty looking food items, and much more. Phones rang all night long as people called in to bid for items. Bill Owens, dressed as Uncle Sam, was one of the six people manning the phones and enjoying every minute the action.   A quilt was in high...

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Lowes Heroes Project Donation to Lil’ 4’s
Nov03

Lowes Heroes Project Donation to Lil’ 4’s

Lowes has a company program in every store, called the Lowes Heroes Project. This program allows Lowes to help out underfunded community projects and non-profit organizations. Assistant Store Manager Michael Farrell, is in charge of the Sulphur Springs program. Lowes Heroes Project’s newest recipient was the Lil’ 4’s. Lowes donated an insulating roof, and walls. Earlier they also donated two wall unit Air...

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A Local Eagle Scout Needs Your Help
Oct28

A Local Eagle Scout Needs Your Help

Nathan Tiegiser is working on his Eagle Scout Project. He decided to refurbish the signs in Pacific Park, on Saturday November 11th. However this task is not a small feat. There are four signs approximately 4’x8′ x 8″.  Each sign is in need of the wood backs and wood frames being replaced and new paint all around. The lettering is engraved and will also need paint. Nathan needs you to help fund his Eagle Scout...

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The Fall Festival Carnival: More than Meets the Eye
Oct28

The Fall Festival Carnival: More than Meets the Eye

The Fall Festival Carnival offers food, fun rides, a petting zoo, and exciting games. There was an artist carving wooden statues with a chainsaw. Carter blood care and the Hunt regional mobile mammography coach were out for the community as well. But there’s one opportunity that stands out from the rest. The Broken Wheel Ranch Project is offering horse rides to the public at the carnival to raise money for their cause:  helping...

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Generous Donation Recieved for Walk To Remember
Sep29

Generous Donation Recieved for Walk To Remember

The Employees of Saputo made a generous donation to A Walk To Remember. For more information on A Walk to Remember Click...

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Local Girl Scouts Help Harvey Victims
Sep02

Local Girl Scouts Help Harvey Victims

On September 9th, at 10 am, on the Square, help the Girl Scouts of Hopkins County give back to the children affected by Hurricane Harvey by donating school supplies: back packs, lunch boxes, pencils, crayons, glue sticks, markers, rulers; anything a child needs for school. Bring school supplies so these children can know we care! If you have any questions or to make a donation call: Rachael Beggs (903)-243-7730 or Jennifer Huggett...

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Gas Still Available in Sulphur Springs
Sep01

Gas Still Available in Sulphur Springs

After the gas scare from Hurricane Harvey on August 30th and 31st, many people filled up their tanks. As a result, many Gas stations around Texas are out of gas. But KSST has you covered! Here are some gas stations in Sulphur Springs that have gas*:   Exxon-1700 South Broadway: Price: 2.49-Diesel Exxon-College St: Price: 2.49-Regular Brookshire’s: Price: 2.54-Regular 2.89-Unleaded+ 3.05-Super Unleaded Joe...

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A Walk To Remember Quilt Raffle
Aug27

A Walk To Remember Quilt Raffle

The Senior Citizens Center is raffling off a beautiful quilt made by Teri Ruff and donated by Bill Ruff. “This photo doesn’t do the quilt any justice.” Karon Weatherman said “I put on the Flyer a group photo the the Terrific Tuesday’s group with the Quilt.” The quilt can be seen at the Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center. Tickets are $ 1.00 each or 6 for $ 5.00.  You can purchase your tickets...

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University Partnership with Children’s Museum Moves Forward By: Scott Cason
Aug26

University Partnership with Children’s Museum Moves Forward By: Scott Cason

University Partnership with Children’s Museum Moves Forward By: Scott Cason COMMERCE, TX— The Board of Directors of the Northeast Texas Children’s Museum recently voted to move ahead on a unique partnership proposal offered by Texas A&M University-Commerce President Ray Keck. The vision Keck shared with the board members was for a new facility south of campus and on the grounds of the former university president’s home. This new...

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