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And the Rangers Ticket Winners Are…
Apr05

And the Rangers Ticket Winners Are…

Remember… it’s first come, first served.  We have eight pairs to giveaway for the April 8th and April 9th Texas Rangers Home Games.  KSST is open weekdays from 8AM to 5 PM.  (903) 885 3111 Hailey Hamilton Tucker Kristin Bradley Melinda Deaton Monk Rebecca Liesman Alicia Morgan Susana Soto Maricela Resendiz Jessica Kultgen Share...

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Rangers Opening Day Ticket Giveaway
Mar29

Rangers Opening Day Ticket Giveaway

Want a pair of tickets to the Texas Rangers Opening Day Game on April 3rd, 2017? Like this post, and like KSST on Facebook to enter. Listen to Afternoon Drive 4 – 6 PM Wednesday March 29th, 2017 to hear the winners. KSST is proud to bring you Ranger Baseball all season long. Passes can be picked up at the KSST Studios during business hours. Share...

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Go Fund Me Campaign for Tessa Skeen
Mar22

Go Fund Me Campaign for Tessa Skeen

A Go Fund Me account has been set up for Tessa Skeen.  Donations can also be made at the Sulphur Springs ECLC. Her obituary can be read here.   Share...

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Hammack on Wildcats Baseball
Feb21

Hammack on Wildcats Baseball

The Wildcats’ baseball team played its’ fourth and final scrimmage last Friday at North Lamar. Wildcats Coach Jerrod Hammack expects the Panthers to end up a playoff team. He said the weather was nice and warm Friday and he said the North Lamar field never looked better. Coach Hammack said he started a lineup that may be his opening day lineup Thursday. He said pitcher Ryan Humphries was sharp striking out 6. Coach Hammack...

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Westbound I-30 Traffic Backed up 4 miles at Highway 50
Feb10

Westbound I-30 Traffic Backed up 4 miles at Highway 50

Traffic is backed up for 4 miles on Westbound I-30 between Sulphur Springs and Greenville.  Officials are directing traffic to Highway 50 as HAZMAT assists with the clean up of the accident that resulted in a scrap metal truck roll over at the 101 mile marker. KSST thanks Leslie for the report and photos. Share...

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Driving Challenges in Sulphur Springs
Jan20

Driving Challenges in Sulphur Springs

My family has a little quote we use when find a street in desperate need of attention.  “What? Are they testing missiles out here?” I have collected a few gems in my travels around Sulphur Springs, TX.  Granted, most of these streets do no bear huge amounts of traffic.  Usually you have to go out of your way to find these streets. Residents might actually enjoy the holes, missing signs and untrimmed brush; it might keep...

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Winner Winner Winner Ranger’s Fan Fest
Jan18

Winner Winner Winner Ranger’s Fan Fest

Here are our winners!  I have a list of alternates if you can not pick up your tickets, or can’t go to the Fan Fest.  Call KSST at 903 885 3111 with questions. Thanks for Listening to KSST! Share...

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Bingo at the Senior Citizens Center; Fierce Competition
Jan18

Bingo at the Senior Citizens Center; Fierce Competition

Bingo at the Senior Citizens Center can be fierce.  Those who might think this is a casual game, or just something to pass the time would be sorely mistaken.  Prizes are coveted, and reports ‘post-game prize trading’ can be confirmed. Bingo is played twice a week at the Senior Center in Sulphur Springs. 150 Martin Luther King Blvd Sulphur Springs, Texas 75482 (903) 885-1661 Share...

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Tickets for the Texas Rangers Fan Fest up for Grabs!
Jan18

Tickets for the Texas Rangers Fan Fest up for Grabs!

KSST is giving away 6 tickets (3 pairs) to the January 21st, 2017 Texas Rangers Fan Fest event. Like this post of Facebook, and Like KSST’s Facebook page to enter. Winners will be announced during Afternoon Drive (4-6 PM) on Wednesday January 18th. The 2017 Rangers Season starts in late February.  KSST will carry the 2017 season games live. Winners can pick up tickets at the KSST Studios 717 Shannon Rd, Sulphur Springs, TX...

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Making Room; Before and After
Jan17

Making Room; Before and After

A City of Sulphur Springs crew makes short work of a derelict house at the corner of W Park and Church street Tuesday morning. The house was inspected before demolition, making sure no one was inside.  During the demolition, the track-hoe operator separates ferrous and non-ferrous metals out for recycling.  Tires and other items not allowed in the landfill near Commerce, TX are also sorted. Other ‘volunteer’ recyclers...

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