Warrant Service Leads to Additional Charges; CPS Begins Investigation
Sep28

Warrant Service Leads to Additional Charges; CPS Begins Investigation

When the Special Crimes Unit and Hopkins County Deputies serving two Hopkins County warrants for Manufacture Delivery of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, over 1-gram but less than 200 grams, a Felony 1 and two warrants for Manufacture Delivery of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, over 1-gram but under 4-grams, a Felony 2, additional methamphetamine was found and a Child Protective Services investigator was called. Two...

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Budget Set, Master Plan Commissioned; Part of Litigation Settled; Sidewalk Grant Sought
Sep28

Budget Set, Master Plan Commissioned; Part of Litigation Settled; Sidewalk Grant Sought

It took less than 30 minutes for the Sulphur Springs City Council to race through and approve all items on their 17 item agenda the last Tuesday night in September. The meeting takes the place of the council’s October regular session. The council will be attending a state-wide conference for city councils during the week of usually reserved for their October meeting. Toole Design was approved to begin in October and take four to five...

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Lady Cats Now 4-1 in District Following Win in Mt Pleasant
Sep28

Lady Cats Now 4-1 in District Following Win in Mt Pleasant

The Lady Cats’ volleyball team defeated Mt. Pleasant, 3-1 on the road Tuesday night. The Lady Cats won, 25-15, 27-25, 21-25 and 28-26. Coach Justin Maness said it was a hard fought match on the road and he added Mt. Pleasant was ready to play. He said his team persevered and got the win. Coach Maness said he would take a win on the road in district play. Lady Cat Autumn Tanton led the Lady Cats with 13 kills and Sheretta Hill...

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Freshman Kirkpatrick’s Decisive Point Give Wildcats Team Tennis Win in Mt Pleasant
Sep28

Freshman Kirkpatrick’s Decisive Point Give Wildcats Team Tennis Win in Mt Pleasant

The Wildcats’ team tennis squad eked out a 10-9 district victory on the road at Mt. Pleasant Tuesday. The Wildcats had easily defeated the Tigers in a non-district match back on August 9 but Mt. Pleasant played more tougher this time with more on the line. Wildcats Tennis Coach Tony Martinez said his team was really into the match and showed a lot of camaraderie. Freshman Jonah Kirkpatrick won the decisive point in dramatic...

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Sep27
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Tuesday Game Day: Volleyball and Tennis at Mt Pleasant
Sep27

Tuesday Game Day: Volleyball and Tennis at Mt Pleasant

There is volleyball and team tennis on this Tuesday game day. The Lady Cats’ volleyball team is tied for first place in the district and they will be on the road Tuesday evening at Mt. Pleasant. Since opening district play with a loss at Hallsville, the Lady Cats have won three straight district games. Their most recent victory was at Pine Tree Friday, where the Lady Cats took a thrilling 3-2 win. The action begins Tuesday with...

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Winnsboro Police Report for September 19-25, 2016
Sep27

Winnsboro Police Report for September 19-25, 2016

Winnsboro Police Department made three arrests, investigated one accident, answered 170 calls for service, issued 61 citations and wrote 49 warnings during the seven day period, September 19-25. Nikolas Rakich, 20, of Winnsboro was arrested for Manufacture/Deliver/Sell Controlled Substance and Possession of marijuana in a drug free zone on Monday the 19th. Pedro Guerrer, 47 of Saltillo was arrested Wednesday the 21st for No Drivers...

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“Updated” Sheriff’s Service SUVs Are Welcomed Addition to County Law Enforcement
Sep27

“Updated” Sheriff’s Service SUVs Are Welcomed Addition to County Law Enforcement

When the three new Sheriff’s Service SUVs arrive and are put in service by Hopkins County Sheriff’s deputies, the level of law enforcement will add another layer of diversity for the county according to Sheriff-elect Lewis Tatum. The new Pursuit SUVs were approved Monday by Hopkins County Commissioners court. Tatum told KSST News that the new SUVs will be police pursuit vehicles and therefore better prepared for the task of police...

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World Wide Photo Walk in Sulphur Springs!
Sep27

World Wide Photo Walk in Sulphur Springs!

PICTURE THIS…. THE ANNUAL WORLD WIDE PHOTO WALK IN SULPHUR SPRINGS, TEXAS! Downtown Business Association member Perry Altenbaumer announces that Saturday October 1, 2016 is the annual World Wide Photo Walk and Sulphur Springs will again be joining in! The 7th annual Walk is sponsored by the Sulphur Springs Downtown Business Alliance. Amateur and wanna-be photographers are welcome to enter in this FREE, FUN and EDUCATIONAL event....

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Wildcats Relentless Against Pine Tree; Face Determined Marshall
Sep26

Wildcats Relentless Against Pine Tree; Face Determined Marshall

Wildcats Football Coach Greg Owens had a lot to talk about on KSST and Channel 18 TV Saturday Morning Coach’s Show after Friday night’s 49-21 win at Pine Tree. He said after the Wildcats fell behind the Pirates, 14-0 in the first quarter, the defense made some adjustments that helped slow Pine Tree down. He praised the play of defensive linemen Cameron Cooks and D’Ideric Dugan who put a relentless pass rush on the...

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