Uncategorized Archives - Ksst Radio
Symphony League Auction: LIVE
Nov18

Symphony League Auction: LIVE

The annual Symphony League Auction is happening tonight! Be sure to call (903)-885-0700 to bid on the many exciting items available! Watch live on Facebook, Channel 18, or view the list of items here. You don’t want to miss out on all the fun! Share...

Read More
What Happened to the Civic Center?
Nov17

What Happened to the Civic Center?

Last weekend, during the Ranch Rodeo a sponsor accidentally crashed into the top of the Civic Center awning. A KSST Source said “the sponsor’s load was too high” and it couldn’t fit under the Civic Center awning, resulting in the damages viewed below. The Civic Center is currently working on receiving bid’s to repair the broken section. Share...

Read More
Republican Candidates Officially Sign-Up at Courthouse
Nov12

Republican Candidates Officially Sign-Up at Courthouse

On Saturday Nov. 11th 2017 at 9:30 am, Ten republican Candidates signed-up to officially run in the upcoming elections. Also in attendance were the Honorable Judge Newsom, and Head of the Republican party Donnie Wisenbaker. Share...

Read More
Veterans Day Assembly at Sulphur Springs High School
Nov10

Veterans Day Assembly at Sulphur Springs High School

By Savannah Owens On Friday November 10th, from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm Sulphur Springs High School hosted an assembly to honor the veterans from our community. Josh Williams, assistant superintendent for SSISD, took time to honor each branch of service men and women from the: U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marines, U.S. Air Force, and the U.S. Coast Guard, as well as the spouses of the veterans. Jaci Reed beautifully sang the National Anthem,...

Read More
Freeze Damage & How to Spot It By Mario Villarino
Nov03

Freeze Damage & How to Spot It By Mario Villarino

Fall, winter, and spring bring the danger of frosts and freezes to Texas gardens, orchards, and landscapes. Although sporadic and unpredictable, these cold spells have left their mark on horticulture in Texas by wiping out peach crops, freezing pecans in their shucks, forcing the replanting of spring vege­tables, killing valuable landscape plants, and necessi­tating the replacement of beloved avocado, citrus, and fig trees. Home...

Read More
Jewelry and Wine makes for a Really Good Time: Main Street Uncorked
Oct23

Jewelry and Wine makes for a Really Good Time: Main Street Uncorked

The first annual Sulphur Springs street-wide “Uncorked” wine tasting was held on Saturday Oct. 21st from 2:00 to 7:00 pm. Around 25 vendors were selling wine, jewelry, olive oil, cheese, jams, knives, clothes, home decorating items and much more. With 300+ attendees throughout the day, Uncorked was an event for everyone-tables were set up with crayons and paper for families to color on, while everyone enjoyed the music...

Read More
Cold Fronts in the Garden by Mario Villarino
Oct20

Cold Fronts in the Garden by Mario Villarino

Cold season is here! As you have already noticed, cold front during the fall can create a serious challenges for farmers and gardeners alike. When refereeing to this time of the year, Keith C. Hansen, Extension Horticulturist, Smith Co. – Tyler, Texas wrote for Aggie horticulture: “The cool, crisp days of fall are finally here, bringing pleasant outdoor gardening weather. The change from daylight savings reminds us that the first...

Read More
Meal A Day Menu For October 16th-20th
Oct15

Meal A Day Menu For October 16th-20th

Meal A Day Menu            October 16th  –   October 20th     Monday      Chili Cheese Dogs Cole Slaw Baked Beans Chips Tuesday Sweet and Sour Chicken Rice Egg Rolls Chinese Vegetables Wednesday Ham and Potato Casserole California Blend Vegetables Roll   Thursday Cheese Burger Casserole Pinto Beans  Broccoli Friday Chicken Pot Pie Pickled Beets        Corn Share...

Read More
Flu Shot Clinic Coming to the SS Senior Center
Oct13

Flu Shot Clinic Coming to the SS Senior Center

A Flu Shot Clinic  will be available at the Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center on Thursday, November 9th from 10:00 – 11:30 with Mays Home Care.  Be sure to bring your Medicare Cards! Share...

Read More
Good Deeds happening at Rock Creek
Oct11

Good Deeds happening at Rock Creek

Janice Irwin knows how important it is to know that you are loved. She made gift bags for the residents of Rock Creek to let them know just that. She filled the bags with goodies and things that they use every day and tied a note to each bag saying “You Are Loved”. Share...

Read More