The Lions Club Parade
Dec04

The Lions Club Parade

On Friday, December 5, The Lions Club Parade will march through Sulphur Springs to celebrate this year’s Christmas season. This year’s parade will be containing veteran volunteers as well as several local and influential organizations. The parade will be broadcast live on KSST 1230 am and replayed at a later date on Suddenlink Cable channel 18 “Carriage House Manor is one of our sponsors, they usually put on a pretty...

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Crossroads Music to Host Kirby Brown By Cindy Roller
Nov20

Crossroads Music to Host Kirby Brown By Cindy Roller

The Crossroads Music Company has been busy this season lining up concerts for the adoring fans. They have hosted renowned artists like Slaid Cleaves, the Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Bluegrass Band, Rhett Butler, Kate Hearne and Emily Elbert, just to name a few. Most recently gracing the stage were Hearne and Elbert with their sweet sounds. “I was very impressed by both girls. They have taken their songwriting to the next level. I see good...

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Rodeo Starts Tonight
Nov20

Rodeo Starts Tonight

Here’s ways you can support Rodeo this week, as we head toward the Cinch UFR coming to town this weekend… Take the kids to see the stagecoach on Celebration Plaza this Thursday night. It’s a beautifully restored Butterfield Stagecoach which belongs to a local owner. Dress Western on Friday. Just wear your western duds to school, work and show your support of rodeo. And stop in at the KSST Studio and let us snap your photo for our...

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Christmas Lights Contest Sponsored by the Downtown Business Alliance
Nov18

Christmas Lights Contest Sponsored by the Downtown Business Alliance

The Sulphur Springs Downtown Business Alliance is having a Christmas Lights Contest for city residents who live along the route of the Lions’ Club Lighted Christmas Parade on Connally, Church and Houston streets. Judging will take place the night of the parade on Friday, December 5. Prize money will include $500 for first place, $200 for second place and $100 for third place. Winners will be announced on December...

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“Updated” Help Save the Rodeo
Nov12

“Updated” Help Save the Rodeo

Hopkins County Judge Robert Newsom has heard talk that an annual rodeo event might move away from the county in the future due to lack of support. Judge Newsom is encouraging everyone to support this weekend’s Cinch United Finals Rodeo event at the Civic Center Arena. To stir interest, there will be an event on the downtown plaza Thursday at 5 p.m. Citizens are also encouraged to dress western Friday and to attend rodeo events this...

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Veterans Day on the Square
Nov07

Veterans Day on the Square

Many community groups are coming together to present a Veterans Day Ceremony at the Veterans Memorial on Celebration Plaza at 11 a.m. Tuesday. Special guest speaker will be Retired Major General Charles L. Wilson of Commerce. Lots of students will attend along with the Sulphur Springs High School Jazz Band and Choir. The U.S. flag will be lowered at the start of the program and then raised at the end. Tt noon, Sulphur Springs High...

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Photo Walk Winners Announced
Nov06

Photo Walk Winners Announced

Sulphur Springs Worldwide Photo Walk fifth year winners were (front) First Place Malorie Padron receiving a $50 gift certificate to Texas Art & Frame, (right middle) Second Place Mike Watson receiving a monopod donated by The Appliance Hospital owner Perry Altenbaumer (top middle), (left middle) Third Place Andy Pendleton was presented a $25 gift certificate to Muddy Jake’s Sports Grille and Pub by Manager Lonnie Fox (back right)....

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“Updated” History by Foot with John Sellers
Nov05
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KSST Co-Owner Rhonda Young Garners Two Awards
Nov03

KSST Co-Owner Rhonda Young Garners Two Awards

KSST Co-Owner Rhonda Young Participated in Saturdays Heritage Square car Show and came away with two awards. Her 1952 Ford Truck was a top 15 pick and won the award for ” Best Ford...

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Heritage Square Car Show Saturday a Huge Success
Nov02

Heritage Square Car Show Saturday a Huge Success

More than 160 classic cars were displayed at the ninth annual Heritage Square Car Show Saturday downtown. Rita Edwards with the Downtown Business Alliance said the number of entries was more than ever before. Some local enthusiasts showed cars but Ms. Edwards said the large majority were from all over. One man brought a vehicle from Corpus Christi. Two men from Justin had the most unusual entries: a Rat Rod Wrecker and Rat Rod...

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