Yantis High One Act Play Going to Contest on April 1st, Needs Funding
Mar23

Yantis High One Act Play Going to Contest on April 1st, Needs Funding

Yantis High School’s One Act Play Group is going to Area contest on April 1st. We are hosting a dinner theatre at the Yantis school cafeteria on Thursday March 30th, 2017 to help raise funds for contest costs. DSC_4670 DSC_4677 DSC_4706 (1) DSC_4706 DSC_4734 DUTB 2 DSC_4658 Meal will begin at 6:00 and our production of  Digging Up the Boys by Laura Lundgren Smith will be performed at 7:00. Meal and admission are by donation....

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PJC-Sulphur Springs Offering CNC Machine Training
Mar22

PJC-Sulphur Springs Offering CNC Machine Training

Manufacturing affects many industries that drive our local economy and this hands-on field has high demand for qualified technicians as the new technology evolves. Computerized Numerical Control (CNC) machinists literally build things from scratch using computer-enhanced machines — and now the PJC-Sulphur Springs Center is offering a course covering the basics with CNC machine training. CNC machine training offers the chance to gain...

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Sulphur Springs FFA Teams Place at Houston Livestock Show
Mar22

Sulphur Springs FFA Teams Place at Houston Livestock Show

According to Sulphur Springs FFA Advisor John Holland, the FFA Show team traveled to Houston for the Junior Heifer show and calf scrambles. Thursday night Blaine Flemens, Phillip Rater, and Brennan Murray all competed in the Houston Rodeo Calf Scramble. If students compete in the Calf Scramble they must catch a wild calf, halter that calf, and then lead it into the winners square in the middle of the NRG Arena (Houston Texan’s Arena)....

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Kindergarten and Pre-K Roundups
Mar21

Kindergarten and Pre-K Roundups

Miller Grove and Cumby ISD plan Pre-K and Kindergarten Roundups during early April.  Early enrollment for Pre-K is for children age 3 or 4 on or before September 1, 2017. For early enrollment in Kindergarten, children must be age 5 on or before September 1, 2017. All must present proper documentation including birth certificate, Social Security card, current immunization record, proof of residence and a parent’s Driver’s...

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PJC Working Through The Pathways Institute
Mar21

PJC Working Through The Pathways Institute

One of thirty institutions in the country selected last year for the national Pathways Project to better guide academic and a career pathway, Paris Junior College is well along in the process. Recently staff and faculty attended the fourth of six institutes, this one focusing on student engagement in the classroom. Pathways provides support services and re-aligns curricula and instruction to help students master the knowledge and...

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Aslan Family Increase Endowment, Establish Two Mathmatics Awards Benefiting A & M Commerce
Mar16

Aslan Family Increase Endowment, Establish Two Mathmatics Awards Benefiting A & M Commerce

COMMERCE, TX—Dr. Bill Aslan, former faculty member and Professor Emeritus, recently established two mathematics awards and increased the Aslan Family Graduate Endowment by $10,000. These combined gifts amount to $30,000. Aslan’s recent contributions follow 23 consecutive years of support, benefiting Texas A&M University-Commerce students. These latest Department of Mathematics awards will support an outstanding undergraduate and a...

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A & M Commerce Presents Three Day Tuba/Euphonium Event
Mar15

A & M Commerce Presents Three Day Tuba/Euphonium Event

COMMERCE, TX—Texas A&M University-Commerce is proud to host three internationally acclaimed tuba and euphonium artists for a three-day event that will take place March 20-22 in Finney Concert Hall. A masterclass and lecture will take place Monday, March 20 at 4 p.m.; a Solo Recital will take place Tuesday, March 21, at 7:30 p.m.; and a Chamber Music Recital will take place on Wednesday, March 22, at 7:30 p.m. All events are free...

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Wildcat and Lady Cat Senior Nights
Mar14

Wildcat and Lady Cat Senior Nights

On Friday, March 10th, the Sulphur Springs Wildcats held Senior Night on the Sulphur Springs home field. 10 senior boys and their families were recognized. On Tuesday night, the Lady Cats held Senior Night, honoring 7 senior girls and their families. Below are pictures of Senior Night presentations and a few of our favorite Wildcat and LadyCat pictures. soccer 2017 soccer 2017 soccer 2017 soccer 2017 soccer 2017 soccer 2017 soccer...

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TxDOT Presents Save a Life Alcohol Awareness atPJC-Sulphur Springs
Mar13

TxDOT Presents Save a Life Alcohol Awareness atPJC-Sulphur Springs

The Texas Department of Transportation brought their Save a Life campaign to the PJC-Sulphur Springs Center campus the day before spring break began. TxDot employee Monica Freeman, left, watches as student Chris Goodson puts on goggles that simulates drunkenness. Goodson tried to toss a beanbag into the DWI toss test board while wearing the goggles but failed the test several times. A reminder that driving while under the influence...

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Sulphur Springs Symphony League 18th Annual Children’s Concert
Mar10

Sulphur Springs Symphony League 18th Annual Children’s Concert

Students from around Hopkins County filled the Hopkins County Civic Thursday April 10th, 2017.   The annual concert presented by the Sulphur Springs Symphony League featured Conductor Douglas Bakenhus. SSSL President Maletta Reynolds welcomed the crowd and thanked City National Bank for their support. This concert, the Independence Concert on Celebration Plaza, and other support for Arts in North East Texas are provided by the SSSL...

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