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Homecoming Court 2017 Photos
Sep17

Homecoming Court 2017 Photos

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16th Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks
Sep11

16th Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks

By Savannah Owens On September 11th, 2001, members of the terrorists group al-Qaeda hijacked four flights: American 11, United 175, American 77 and United 93. Two planes- American 11 and United 175- hit the World Trade Centers in New York; Flight 77 collided into the Pentagon in Virginia, and the last plane, United 93, crashed in a Pennsylvania field after passengers regained control and diverted it from the White House. A total of...

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What’s the History Behind Labor Day?
Sep04

What’s the History Behind Labor Day?

The Central Labor Union first created labor day in 1882, as a holiday to celebrate and appreciate workers. The first ever Labor Day was on Tuesday September 5th 1882, when union workers held a parade/march from New York City Hall to Union Square. After the parade, laborers headed to “Reservoir Park for picnics, concerts, and speeches. Two years later, the Central Labor Union moved the parade to the first Monday in...

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Aviation History: VC-137C 62-6000
Sep03

Aviation History: VC-137C 62-6000

The following information comes from local Sulphur Springs resident Tony Hughes.  Mr Hughes worked on, performed engine run up, pre-flight/post flight and flew as an aircraft mechanic observer on FCF’s (functional check flight) at the Greenville, Tx. plant, formerly known as TEMCO.  The Greenville plant started as Temco (Texas Engineering & Manufacturing Co.) then changed to Ling-Temco Electronics, Inc. in 1960, then...

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Gas Still Available in Sulphur Springs
Sep01

Gas Still Available in Sulphur Springs

After the gas scare from Hurricane Harvey on August 30th and 31st, many people filled up their tanks. As a result, many Gas stations around Texas are out of gas. But KSST has you covered! Here are some gas stations in Sulphur Springs that have gas*:   Exxon-1700 South Broadway: Price: 2.49-Diesel Exxon-College St: Price: 2.49-Regular Brookshire’s: Price: 2.54-Regular 2.89-Unleaded+ 3.05-Super Unleaded Joe...

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Sulphur Springs New Sister City
Aug24

Sulphur Springs New Sister City

By Savannah Owens If Sulphur Springs had a sister city it would be Calgary in Alberta, Canada. Allthough Calgary is much much larger than Sulphur Springs the two have many similarities.    Calgary has a rich history of cowboys, rodeos, cattle roundups and stampedes.  It started as a small city that grew through the great depression. Calgarians struggled through the dust bowl and prohibition just like many of the citizens of Sulphur...

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5 Exotic Places to Eat If You’re Feeling Adventureous and Like to Travel
Aug22

5 Exotic Places to Eat If You’re Feeling Adventureous and Like to Travel

By Savannah Owens Whenever I travel the thing I look forward to the most is trying new cusine. My family recently traveled to Calgary Canada and needless to say there were some interesting places to eat! Warning! This article may make you hungry… Blink– A good name for an eye-doctor, but an odd name for an upscale restaurant. Despite any wariness about their quirky  name, this place delivers on their food. For starters...

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Aviation History: C-130 Hercules
Aug13

Aviation History: C-130 Hercules

The following information comes from local Sulphur Springs resident Tony Hughes.  Mr Hughes worked on, performed engine run up, pre-flight/post flight and flew as an aircraft mechanic observer on FCF’s (functional check flight) at the Greenville, Tx. plant, formerly known as TEMCO.  The Greenville plant started as Temco (Texas Engineering & Manufacturing Co.) then changed to Ling-Temco Electronics, Inc. in 1960, then...

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Economic Development Corporation Meeting: Update
Aug07

Economic Development Corporation Meeting: Update

The Economic Development Corporation (EDC) honored two industries and teachers on Monday at noon. The eight high school teachers paired up into teams of two, and then two teams visited Saputo Dairy Foods, and the other two teams visited Clayton Homes. Jenny Arledge, Director of College and Career Readiness at SS High School, spoke with KSST to explain more about how the teachers and industries worked together.  The teachers were given...

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Aviation History: Lockheed C-121 Constellation
Aug06

Aviation History: Lockheed C-121 Constellation

The following information comes from local Sulphur Springs resident Tony Hughes.  Mr Hughes worked on, performed engine run up, pre-flight/post flight and flew as an aircraft mechanic observer on FCF’s (functional check flight) at the Greenville, Tx. plant, formerly known as TEMCO.  The Greenville plant started as Temco (Texas Engineering & Manufacturing Co.) then changed to Ling-Temco Electronics, Inc. in 1960, then...

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