Sulphur Springs ISD resumes class on January 4, 2017 along with Yantis ISD and Como-Pickton CISD. Sulphur Bluff ISD and Cumby ISD students will go back to school on Monday January 9.
Registration for the Spring semester is underway at Paris Junior College-Sulphur Springs Center. First day of class is January 17.
A free G.E.D. class is being offered through Paris Junior College-Sulphur Springs Center. Beginning on Monday January 9, the classes will be conducted at the CANHelp building on Gilmer Street. Pre-registration is required, contact Registration Clerk Macenzie Langston at 903-782-0467.
Guaranty Bank and Trust in Sulphur Springs will host a drop-in reception for Texas A and M Commerce President Dr. Ray Keck on Monday January 9 from 12 noon until 1pm. The public is invited to attend. KSST listeners can also hear Dr. Keck during the Morning Show with Enola Gay on Monday at 8:15am.
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The weekly Dinner Bell food ministry of First United Methodist Church will re-open on Wednesday January 11, 2017. Anyone in need of a hot meal can eat free of charge between 11:45 and 12:45 weekly on Wednesdays at the church fellowship hall on Atkins Street.
The second annual Children’s Health and Safety Fair at the Northeast Texas Children’s Museum is coming up on the morning of Saturday January 14. Practical health, diet, cleanliness and car safety will be demonstrated between 9:30 and 11:30am at child-size stations, and all other play areas will be open. Children, parents and guardians are encouraged to attend free of charge. The museum is located in Commerce at Highway 50 at Culver Street.