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Meal a Day Menu for November 20th-24th

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Meal a Day Menu for November 20th-24th

Meal A Day Menu  November 20th – November 24th     Monday    Frito Chili Pie Corn Tossed Salad Tuesday Chicken Spectacular Carrots Pickled Beets Wednesday Turkey and Dressing Sweet Potatoes Green Beans Cranberry Sauce Roll   Thursday Closed for Thanksgiving Holiday Friday Ham and Potato Casserole Broccoli Roll    Share...

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Symphony League Auction: LIVE

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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...

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Handicapable Rodeo: Cowboys and Cowgirls For a Day

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Handicapable Rodeo: Cowboys and Cowgirls For a Day

The UPRA Rodeo coincides with the  Handicapable Rodeo. This annual event was put on from help with the UPRA Rodeo Cowboys, SSHS Key Club Students, Cheerleaders, and many other students. The special education and handicap children are able to participate in various rodeo style activities: such as horseback riding and mechanical bull riding. The participants come from all over, not just Sulphur Springs, and are able to have fun being cowboys and cowgirls for a day. Civic Center Handicap Rodeo 2 Civic Center Handicap Rodeo 3 Civic Center...

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Happy Thanksgiving from our Staff! By Johanna Hicks

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Happy Thanksgiving from our Staff! By Johanna Hicks

               Recently, I had the privilege of leading a discussion on cooking with winter squash – butternut and acorn, in particular.  I demonstrated a recipe that is rich in vitamin A and C, as well as being a good source of fiber and deliciousness!  The recipe is a delightful accompaniment to any meal, but especially appropriate for Thanksgiving.  Enjoy this recipe at your Thanksgiving meal, and from our staff to you, have a Happy Thanksgiving! Butternut Squash Casserole Ingredients: 1 butternut squash (about 2 pounds) 2 apples, cored...

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UPRA Rodeo Royalty, Hopefuls Make Promotional Visit to KSST, Channel 18

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UPRA Rodeo Royalty, Hopefuls Make Promotional Visit to KSST, Channel 18

With the “Cinch” United Professional Rodeo Finals in town this weekend, the nine candidates for UPRA titles were making their way around town prior to arena competitions during the rodeo’s three performances. These young ladies range in age from thirteen to eighteen and represent rodeos and cattle companies in Texas and Louisiana. All of them are already seasoned rodeo competitors who aspire to represent the UPRA’s five-state circuit. Both the current Miss UPRA and Miss Teen UPRA are actually from the same community,...

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Vote for Local Teen Syndee Hawkins to Sing National Anthem Contest at Cattle Industry Convention in Phoenix, Az.

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Vote for Local Teen Syndee Hawkins to Sing National Anthem Contest at Cattle Industry Convention in Phoenix, Az.

Nineteen year-old Sydnee Hawkins of Sulphur Springs, Texas is one of four finalists vying for the privilege of singing the National Anthem at the Spring convention of one of the oldest and largest cattleman’s organizations in the United States. The National Beef Cattleman’s Association sponsors the singing contest each year, the winner earning the honor of appearing at the convention and trade show in Phoenix in early 2018. Voting is a simple and quick process, so please help Sydnee get the most votes by voting daily through early...

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Miss Rodeo America, Lisa Lageschaar, Comes Home to Hopkins County

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Miss Rodeo America, Lisa Lageschaar, Comes Home to Hopkins County

At age 26, Miss Lisa Lageschaar whose home is Pickton, Texas is about to hang up her crown and banner because she has already achieved the pinnacle of Rodeo Royalty in the United States. As Miss Rodeo America 2017, she has served as the top representative of the PRCA Rodeo world wearing the crown she earned at National Finals Rodeo in December 2016. Lisa sat down with Enola Gay in the Channel 18 TV studio for a rare hometown interview about her amazing career. Although raised on a dairy farm, Lisa always had a horse to ride,  running barrels...

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A Christmas “Feast of Favorites” Onstage December 2,3 By Northeast Texas Choral Society

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A Christmas “Feast of Favorites” Onstage December 2,3 By Northeast Texas Choral Society

​It’s hard to believe, admits Carol Ruth Allen, Director of the Northeast Texas Choral Society, but “her baby” is 20 years old in 2017. Shortly after getting settled in Sulphur Springs, the classically-trained choral teacher’s dream for community chorale began to morph into an idea which she prayerfully nurtured It then became a concept which her husband, family and friends embraced as well.  In 1997, Carol’s  concept of the community choir became flesh and blood  when 100 local singers joined during the first...

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Dinner Bell Sponsored by Knights of Columbus

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Dinner Bell Sponsored by Knights of Columbus

  This week’s Dinner Bell was an early celebration of Thanksgiving, complete with turkey and dressing, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes, green beans, yeast rolls, honeycrisp salad, and pumpkin pie, as a well as a sugar-free pumpkin fluff. The meal was sponsored and served by volunteers from the Knights of Columbus. The Dinner Bell Ministry would like to extend their thanks to all of the Community Partners from throughout the year, as well as the FUMC and the friends who join them for each meal. If you or your business would like to...

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