How to Listen Live to KSST
Jun27

How to Listen Live to KSST

You can listen live to KSST 1230 AM 24 hours a day on the internet or mobile device. The easiest way to listen is via the KSSTRadio.com site. Just click on ‘KSST Stream’ at the top right part of the page. This will work with most web browsers like: Chrome, Firefox, Safari. It also works on mobile devices.   We also have an Android App on Google Play. And an App on...

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Sulphur Springs Rainy Day Photos 6/17/2015
Jun17

Sulphur Springs Rainy Day Photos 6/17/2015

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Rater Catches Martins Homer
Jun15

Rater Catches Martins Homer

Phillip Rater a 14 year-old resident of Sulphur Springs, Texas, caught Texas Ranger Joey Gallo’s home run ball while seated in the front row of Section 51. Two batters later, he nearly caught the home run hit by Martin. ”I was texting my friend because he has a huge man-crush on Gallo, ‘Rater said. ”As soon as I saw it (Martin’s Homer), it was 5 feet from my head.” Joey Gallo and Leonys Martin hit...

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SSISD Early Release On Last Day of School
Jun02
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Copy of the Complete Autopsy Report for Tony Chance Ross
May07

Copy of the Complete Autopsy Report for Tony Chance Ross

The complete March 9, 2015 autopsy of Tony Chance Ross performed by David L. Zimmerman, M.D. at the request and written authorization of the Honorable Gary Alfred, Precinct #2, Smith County, Texas can be found below. Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Previous Article Previous Article Previous...

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Our Own Enola Gay’s 20th Anniversary
Apr16

Our Own Enola Gay’s 20th Anniversary

Local celebrity Enola Gay, a frequent contributor to KSSTRadio.com, is celebrating a 20 year tradition with the Reily Springs Jamboree.  The April 18th, 2015 show will feature performers that have been along side Enola over the years…..  ...

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Proposal to Change Voting in Hopkins County
Apr14

Proposal to Change Voting in Hopkins County

In hopes of being included in a pilot voting project by the Texas Secretary of State, Hopkins County government is holding some meetings.  The project would allow county voters to cast a ballot at any polling place in the county on election day.  It would also allow the county to reduce polling sites, perhaps from 21 to 14.  County Judge Robert Newsom hopes rural schools choose to be polling sites....

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Good Time Oldies Movie Weekend!

It’s a Movie Memories Weekend on Good Time Oldies! In celebration of the Academy Awards on Sunday we’ll showcase some of the best movie hits and Oscar winners from the `60s, `70s, and `80s.  Be sure to tune into KSST 1230 and the KSST Radio smartphone app this weekend to enjoy the greatest movie industry...

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Stock Show Passes Up For Grabs
Jan15

Stock Show Passes Up For Grabs

Listeners of KSST’s Early Morning Show, hosted by Enola Gay, have a chance to win free one-day passes to the Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show. This show is a 23-day event lasting from January 16 through to February 7. The Stock Show features a livestock exhibit, hosting a number of animals, and a first-class rodeo. The All Western Parade will march through downtown Fort Worth on January 17. People who attend can also...

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Dan Flynn Addresses Health Care Issues
Dec04

Dan Flynn Addresses Health Care Issues

State Representative Dan Flynn expects the state to have from $10-to-$12-billion in its’ Economic Stabilization Fund during the upcoming Legislative Session beginning in January. He says every special interest will think it’s their money and they’ll need it but he adds it won’t happen. Flynn told local health care professionals Monday there is a critical need to take care of community hospitals and he says he believes state leaders...

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