Hopkins County News Archives - Ksst Radio
Dallas Man Arrested for Drugs When Deputy Responds to Possible Assault
May21

Dallas Man Arrested for Drugs When Deputy Responds to Possible Assault

A Hopkins County Deputy responded to a possible assault in the 1500 block of Shannon Road Sunday evening. When the deputy arrived, he ensured the individuals were separated and asked Joshua Kenney Mandell, 33, of Dallas, to empty his pockets. A baggie containing a clear chrystal like substance believed to be methamphetamine fell from his left pocket. He also removed a black container from the same pocket. A search of the container...

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Brashear Man Arrested for Possession of Meth
May21

Brashear Man Arrested for Possession of Meth

Following a traffic stop on Highway 11 West at County Road 4786, Elija Don King, 22, of Brashear was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, more than 1-gram but less than 4-grams, and other charges. When King appeared nervous, the Hopkins County Deputy asked him to exist the vehicle and for consent to search. A pat down revealed a pipe commonly used for smoking methamphetamine in a black pouch along with...

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Missouri Man Arrested for Drug Possession Following Fight in Middle of Highway
May21

Missouri Man Arrested for Drug Possession Following Fight in Middle of Highway

Two individuals fighting in the middle of State Highway 19 North drew the response of a Hopkins County Deputy. There he found Ronald Dominic Hayes, 40, of Kansas City, MO. It was thought Hayes was on PCP. The deputy found a glass container containing what is suspected to be PCP. Hayes was taken to Hopkin County Jail where he was secured in the violent cell. Hayes stated he did not remember the incident. He is charged with Possession...

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2018 Hopkins County Dairy Festival Schedule of Events…Make Time for Fun!
May21

2018 Hopkins County Dairy Festival Schedule of Events…Make Time for Fun!

Hello everyone! We don’t want you to miss anything during the 2018 Hopkins County Dairy Festival, so here’s the schedule. See ya there! Monday May 21st Queen’s Dinner at The Alcove at 6:00. If you have not yet RSVP’d please do that right away. You should wear a nice outfit as there will be lots of pictures made: newspaper, KSST etc. KSST usually wants to talk to each of you about the festival so just be prepared if they...

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Enjoying An End-of-School Tradition at Miller Grove ISD…With Lots of History and Pride
May21

Enjoying An End-of-School Tradition at Miller Grove ISD…With Lots of History and Pride

When Enola Gay arrived in front of the Miller Grove school, she parked her car and simply followed her nose as well as a steady flow of people heading toward the new school cafeteria. Most of the third-grade class were already enjoying their lunch tray of Hopkins County stew, cheese and crackers, and the older classes would be filing in soon for a decades-long tradition at the country school…the End of School Stew. It’s...

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City of Como Plans Prayer Vigil for Sunday Afternoon Following Saturday Accident
May20

City of Como Plans Prayer Vigil for Sunday Afternoon Following Saturday Accident

According to Como Mayor Darla Lewis Henry the Como City Hall will open today, Sunday, May 20th at 5 p.m. for a prayer vigil focused on the tragic accident that occurred in the city Saturday. Mayor Henry said, “Many communities, many families and friends are affected and our own community first responders and by standers that witnessed the event all need prayer.” The vigil is in response to a morning traffic accident...

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Dinner Bell Menu For May 23th, 2018
May20

Dinner Bell Menu For May 23th, 2018

DINNER BELL MENU May 23, 2018 Community Partner Rotary Club, the Community Sponsor,  is Cooking Hamburgers! Menu: Hamburgers and All The Trimmings Baked Beans Potato Salad Banana Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting Banana Pudding (no added sugar dessert) Same time (11:45 a.m.). Same place (Fellowship Hall of the First United Methodist Church). Served at 11:45 AM at the First United Methodist Church in Sulphur Springs,...

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Video Presentation: Dairy Festival Scrapbooks
May19

Video Presentation: Dairy Festival Scrapbooks

Videography by Doug Haston Lynda Hagar and Patricia Chase joined Enola Gay in conversation regarding the Dairy Festival pictures from the past. Hagar has kept a scrapbook of pictures and she and Chase draw from a wealth of knowledge and experience in Dairy Festival...

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Two Adults Dead, Two Children Injured in Saturday Auto Accident in Como
May19

Two Adults Dead, Two Children Injured in Saturday Auto Accident in Como

A two vehicle accident Saturday morning around 11 a.m. in Como left two adults dead and two children hospitalized. One child was flown to Children’s Hospital in Dallas and the second child transferred to a local hospital by ambulance. The two adults were pronounced dead at the scene by Justice of the Peace B. J. Teer. The victims were from Alba, TX. The accident occurred at State Highway 11 and FM 69 when the Chevrolet Colorado Pickup...

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Early Voting Ends; Tuesday is Primary Runoff Election Day
May19

Early Voting Ends; Tuesday is Primary Runoff Election Day

May Primary Runoff Early Voting ended Friday with 228 Republicans and 16 Democrats casting ballots. It was the largest one day turnout during the week. A total of 817 Republicans and 55 Democrats voted in what is reported by the Texas Association of Broadcasters to be a low voter turnout statewide. Now attention turns to Tuesday, May 22, and Primary Election Day. In Hopkins County, voting places have been consolidated for this...

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