NTHS Induction Ceremony
Jan27

NTHS Induction Ceremony

On Monday, January 26 at 6p.m. the National Technical honors Society held an induction ceremony for their new members. These new members were seniors Hunter Allen, Ty Bench, Laura Graham, Emily Gray, Vanessa Gonzalez, Alyssa Gutierrez, Karla Martinez, Drew McCullough, Joseph Moreno, Deketra Mosely, Mariah Nelson, Billy Phillips, Maison Price, and Jennifer Zavala. The new junior members were Stephanie Arciga, Spencer Bramlett, Lilibeth...

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Lady Cats Soccer Loses Last Pre district Game Friday
Jan26

Lady Cats Soccer Loses Last Pre district Game Friday

The Lady Cats’ soccer team lost 3-1 at Paris Friday night. It was the Lady Cats’ last match before the start of district play at Marshall Tuesday night. The Lady Cats are 1-5-2 this season. Lady Cats Coach Jesus DeLeon said his team had another slow start on Friday falling behind 2-0 due to a defensive mistake and trouble with a Paris set piece. Faith Singleton scored the Lady Cats goal getting an assist from Esmeralda Sanchez...

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NHISD Menu For February
Jan26

NHISD Menu For February

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SSHS Powerlifting Meet Last Saturday
Jan26

SSHS Powerlifting Meet Last Saturday

About 300 athletes, both boys and girls, competed in Saturday’s Sulphur Springs Powerlifting Meet. The Wildcats finished in 11th place. Wildcats Powerlifting Coach Jeremy Offutt said two Wildcats qualified for medals, Jonathan Alvarez, a freshman, finished second in the 123-pound class and Alex Gamez was fifth in the 220-pound class. Coach Offutt said several other Wildcats lifters just missed placing by just a few pounds. He noted...

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Open Seats in the Upcoming Election
Jan22

Open Seats in the Upcoming Election

Filing for seats on the Sulphur Springs City Council, Sulphur Springs School Board and the Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Board gets underway next Wednesday and will continue through February 27. Sulphur Springs City Council seats in Places 1, 2 and 3 are up this time. Current incumbents are Craig Johnson in Place 1, Clay Walker in Place 2 and Oscar Aguilar in Place 3. Filing will take place with City Secretary Gale Roberts at City...

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PJC Work Begins
Jan22

PJC Work Begins

Work has begun on the construction of the foundation for the welding shop that will be located at the new PJC-Sulphur Springs Center (formerly Foxworth-Galbraith Lumber Company). The welding program will be the first of several vocational programs to be offered at the new campus. The campus will undergo remodeling and expansion to accommodate all academic and vocational programs in the future. Paul Bailey Public Information Paris...

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Wildcat Soccer Lose Just Before District Begins
Jan21

Wildcat Soccer Lose Just Before District Begins

The Wildcats’ soccer team lost their last non-district game at Pittsburg, 3-1 Tuesday night, with multiple players benched due to injuries. Scott Galarza and Adrian Lopez both were injured after running into each other, hitting their heads only 20 minutes into the game. Lopez was taken to the hospital because a cut on his head as a result of the collision, and Galarza suffered a minor concussion. Their one goal came from Israel Lopez...

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Ladycats Lose Against Lobos Tuesday
Jan21

Ladycats Lose Against Lobos Tuesday

The Lady Cats’ basketball team had a tough night on the road Tuesday night at Longview as the Lady Lobos won 64-35.  Daieyshia Pruitt led the Lady Cats with 15 points, including two-three pointers.  The Lady Cats are now 3-5 in district play. The Ladycats will practice against the Wildcats boys on Thursday to better prepare themselves for Friday against Marshall here at Sulphur Springs Stadium.  I talked with Lady Cats Basketball...

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Wildcats Lose After Leading Three Quarters
Jan21

Wildcats Lose After Leading Three Quarters

For three quarters, the Wildcats’ basketball team played some of their finest ball in one of the closest games of the season. They saw exceptional athleticism from Cain Cody with 24 points total and taking five charges throughout the game. They led Longview 46-40 after three quarters at Wildcats Gym Tuesday night. The fourth quarter was a different story as the Lobos outscored the Wildcats 32-12. The Lobos scored many of their shots...

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SSISD Students Win Blue Ribbon at a Fort Worth Show
Jan20

SSISD Students Win Blue Ribbon at a Fort Worth Show

New Sulphur Springs High School Ag Mechanics teacher J.T. Luper took two students and their projects to a Fort Worth show this past weekend.  I talked with Luper and student Hunter Stonaker and Ethan Phillips who both came back with a blue ribbon. The projects presented were Phillips with a shop cart project who won second place class, ans Stonaker with a 32 foot dove tail float trailer who received a blue ribbon in Fort Worth....

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