Education Expo at the Civic Center on March 12
Mar05

Education Expo at the Civic Center on March 12

The Sulphur Springs ISD is still accepting reservations for the March 12 Education Expo at the Civic Center. Tickets, including lunch are $15. School Superintendent Michael Lamb discussed the Expo with Enola Gay on KSST’s Good Morning Show Thursday...

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Daylight Home Burglaries Plagues Sulphur Springs.
Mar05

Daylight Home Burglaries Plagues Sulphur Springs.

Hopkins County Sheriff’s Chief Criminal Investigator Lewis Tatum is urging Hopkins County residents to be nosy neighbors in an attempt to help the Sheriff’s Office solve some recent cases of daylight home...

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Mother Land Weather
Mar05

Mother Land Weather

If you think our weather is bad, look at this temp map from the Mother land.

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Hopkins Place at 809 Camp St is having a “Coffee Hour
Mar05

Hopkins Place at 809 Camp St is having a “Coffee Hour

Hopkins Place at 809 Camp St is having a “Coffee Hour” for those who care for Seniors on Thursday, March 26th from 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Caring for a loved one can be very wearing on the caregiver. To better take care of others, you must first take care of yourself. Take a break and join others who support a senior at a coffee hour to lean how to get the compassionate, supportive resources you need. You may find that...

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Winter Storm Watch Ends Early
Mar05

Winter Storm Watch Ends Early

 As quickly as it came, it is disappearing. The National Weather Service in Fort Worth has cancelled the winter storm warning AT 10:35 a.m.—an hour and 25 minutes prior to the original noon end time on Thursday. Roadways are likely to remain icy or partially snow and slush covered for much of the day. However, sunny skies have already started to promote melting on many area roadways this morning. Temperatures are still on track to...

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