Cumby Trojan News
Feb05

Cumby Trojan News

Senior Travis Taylor, Trojans quarterback, signed to play college football for Oklahoma Panhandle State University. Looking on are his parents Lisa and Kenny Taylor. His coach is Cumby athletic director Tom Dracos. Freshman Dayton Wood, shown  with his Wether goat at the 2016 Ft Worth Stock Show, placed 6th out of 100 senior entries in Senior Showmanship, ages 13-18. Dayton was also a State qualifier in FFA Greenhand Creed Speaking,...

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Varisty Basketball by Justin Brock and Brenden Lynn
Feb05

Varisty Basketball by Justin Brock and Brenden Lynn

Justin Brock is a student at SSISD Middle School. KSST supports the efforts of all students interested in journalism, and is proud to publish their efforts. Brenden Lynn is a  student at SSISD Middle School. KSST supports the efforts of all students interested in journalism, and is proud to publish their efforts. “To make Varsity, you must be a player who’s invested in the game of basketball.  A player who will go the extra mile to be...

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Micah “The Warrior” Reed’s Party by DeQuarian Wilkerson
Feb05

Micah “The Warrior” Reed’s Party by DeQuarian Wilkerson

DeQuarian Wilkerson is a student at SSISD Middle School. KSST supports the efforts of all students interested in journalism, and is proud to publish their efforts. On December 5th, 2015 Micah’s 13th birthday was held.   It was at the ROC from 2pm to 4pm.  Micah Reed will always be remembered here at Sulphur Springs Middle School. If you don’t know who Micah is he was a boy at our school Sulphur Springs Middle School who died of cancer...

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Coach Futch by Brenden Lynn
Feb04

Coach Futch by Brenden Lynn

Brendon Lynn is a student at the Sulphur Springs Middle School. KSST supports the efforts of all students interested in journalism, and is proud to publish their work.     There are all kinds of coaches here in Sulphur Springs, Texas that we see each day.  Each of these coaches have their own unique personalities.  Well, there is at least one of these coaches that has chosen to make his new home here in Wildcat country; and, we...

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Saltillo Lions Homecoming on February 5
Feb04

Saltillo Lions Homecoming on February 5

This is Homecoming and Senior Week at Saltillo ISD. The Homecoming Court will be presented during Halftime of the Lady Lions Varsity game. There are 8 Queen’s nominees who are all Seniors. Seated L to R – Duchesses, Jr. Ana Gallegos, Sophomore Jordan Sustaire and Freshman Lindsay Butler. Standing are Jacie Thompson, Kortne Wilson, Malori Hogue, Haylee Clover, Paula Boekhorst, Kendall Hayley, Mason McGill and Katy Perea....

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Sulphur Bluff Homecoming Royalty
Feb04

Sulphur Bluff Homecoming Royalty

2016 Sulphur Bluff Basketball Homecoming Royalty were selected on January 29 in Bears Gym. Kindergarten Crown Bearers are Coda Cockrell and Evan Dugnolle, Prince and Princess are Alley Collett and Montana Hurley, Duke and Duchess are Madison Goodwin and David Rosas, and Homecoming King and Queen are Tori Dorner and Cody Vance. Share...

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Hopkins County School News
Feb03

Hopkins County School News

Congratulations to Aysha Day, 2016 Homecoming Queen for the North Hopkins Panthers. During the Feb. 2 Homecoming game, North Hopkins Boys beat the Cumby Trojans. Cumby will host the Como-Pickton Eagles on Friday February 5 in games that start at 5pm, and Yantis will travel to Bloomberg. The Saltillo Lions will hold Homecoming on Friday February 5, facing Union Hill. Games begin at 5pm with the JV Girls, followed by presentation of the...

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SSHS Hearts Festival King and Queen Nominees
Feb03

SSHS Hearts Festival King and Queen Nominees

by Allison Bledsoe Sulphur Springs Student Council will hold the 2016 Hearts Festival on February 13th from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. at the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center. On Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of last week SSHS students nominated the “Sweethearts” from their grade level as well as a “Wild Card” couple that consists of two students from separate grade levels. From the Freshman grade Jaci Glenn and...

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“Updated, Additional Video”Renovation Bringing Change to the Civic Center Auditorium
Feb02

“Updated, Additional Video”Renovation Bringing Change to the Civic Center Auditorium

Hopkins County Civic Center Auditorium is being renovated. Exterior doors are being raised and other work is being performed to prevent water in the building. Water in the auditorium has been a persisitent problem over the past years. Don Roundtree, who is directing the renovation, gave KSST a tour of the building Monday.             Share...

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Fort Worth Stock Show A Success for Como-Pickton FFA
Feb01

Fort Worth Stock Show A Success for Como-Pickton FFA

The first weekend of the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo saw success for the Como-Pickton FFA. Caden Anglin won the winter yearling class  in the Junior Brown Swiss Dairy Show with Berretta, a Brown Swiss heifer bred by Overstreet Farms of Chillicothe, Texas. This was Caden’s first time participating in a stock show. Como-Pickton FFA also saw success in the Agricultural Mechanics show. FFA students exhibited 4 projects: a...

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