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Glenn Epps Sentenced
Sep28

Glenn Epps Sentenced

Glenn Epps was sentenced in Eighth District Court Wednesday in connection with three convictions returned against him by a Hopkins County jury in August. District Judge Eddie Northcutt sentenced Epps to 12 months in prison for delivery of cocaine. Judge Northcutt sentenced Epps to 2-years in prison, to run after the 12-month sentence, for delivery of methamphetamine in a drug free zone. Judge Northcutt also sentenced Epps to 10-years...

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Yet Another Scam Makes the Rounds
Sep28

Yet Another Scam Makes the Rounds

An official appearing letter may be in your inbox.  Rest assured it is a scam. KSST received this letter via email on Wednesday September 28th, 2017. If you are a victim of an Internet crime, you may file a report with the FBI here. Share...

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Dan Flynn Seeking Re-election
Sep27

Dan Flynn Seeking Re-election

Incumbent State Representative Dan Flynn announced Tuesday night that he will be seeking re-election. Representative Flynn, from Van is currently serving in his sixth term as state representative. He represents several counties including Hopkins County. In a statement, Representative Flynn said he has represented the conservative values of his district consistently and to the best of his ability adding it would be an honor to serve...

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Methamphetamine in Pocket Adds Charges
Sep27

Methamphetamine in Pocket Adds Charges

An 18-year old Sherman woman was arrested shortly after 10 p.m. Tuesday September 26th, 2017 for having drugs in the Hopkins County Jail. Jail personnel came to suspect that the woman had narcotics on her person. She was taken to an interview room where she admitted having 1.4 grams of methamphetamine in the pocket of her jail shirt. She said she hid the drugs when she was booked into the jail earlier in connection with a theft case...

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2017 Hopkins County Stew Festival: Shirt Design Winner Announced
Aug14

2017 Hopkins County Stew Festival: Shirt Design Winner Announced

For the second year in a row, the combined efforts to two Sulphur Springs residents have claimed the bragging rights for the Hopkins County Stew Festival Shirt Design. In all, 18 designs were submitted to the Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce for consideration. Cindy Roller is staff photographer for the City of Sulphur Springs, and Editor of the Cooper Review. Adam Whitson is program director at KSST 1230 AM in Sulphur Springs, TX....

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The Results are In!
Aug07

The Results are In!

The results are in.  The least favorite intersection in Sulphur Springs is… Select your Least Favorite intersection Gilmer v.s. Main St v.s. College St on the square (67%) I-30 v.s. Highway 19 west of town (23%) 154 (Church St) v.s. Highway 19 v.s. Loop 301 north of town (8%) I-30 v.s. 301 Loop east of town (1%) Thanks for voting!  Loading ...   Various suggestions for this dubious honor include: The offset between...

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Texas Cicada
Aug01

Texas Cicada

They are out and about! This recently hatched cicada tried to climb a KSST Satellite Dish. His exuviae or abandoned exoskeleton marked his progress across a cement pad. The wood post was much easier to grip. The maiden voyage should happen this afternoon. Cicada 01 Cicada 02 Cicada 03 Cicada 04 Cicada 05   Share...

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How long will it last?
Jul27

How long will it last?

Shiny new signs attempt to direct traffic at the I-30 Highway 19 interchange. Tire marks on the recently added curbs and median suggest people are still attempting to avoid the new traffic flow. A sign previously added to the project met with a sticky end earlier this year.       Share...

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House Bill 1935: The Official Unscientific Results are In
Jul24

House Bill 1935: The Official Unscientific Results are In

The results of a poll on KSSTRadio.com’s home page are in.  The question? House Bill 1935, permits Texans (with a few restricted places) to carry knives longer then 5.5 inches. Yes that means swords, spears, and halberds etc…  The results are as follows: House Bill 1935, permits Texans (with a few restricted places) to carry knives longer then 5.5 inches. Yes that means swords, spears, and halberds etc... Select all that...

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Best Place to Take Kids in Sulphur Springs Poll: The Official Unscientific Results are In
Jul17

Best Place to Take Kids in Sulphur Springs Poll: The Official Unscientific Results are In

The results of a poll on KSSTRadio.com’s home page are in.  The question?  What is the best place to take kids in Sulphur Springs. The results are as follows: Kid’s Kingdom in Buford Park Splash Pad in Pacific Park Celebration Square Coleman Park Best place in Sulphur Springs to take children to play Buford Park with Kids Kingdom (46%) Pacific Park with the Splash Pad (22%) Celebration Square with the Fountain! (16%)...

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