Holiday Closures for Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County

Here is a list of closures and changes affecting Sulphur Spring and Hopkins County residents during the holiday season 2021. More information will be added as it comes in to KSST.

The Sulphur Springs Post Office will be closing at 1pm on Friday December 24, and remain closed through the weekend. There will be no postal service on Saturday December 25 and no package delivery on Sunday December 26 by Postal carriers.

Guaranty Bank will close at 1pm Friday December 24 and remain closed on Saturday December 25.

Alliance Bank branches will remain open through Thursday December 23 and will be open until noon on Christmas Eve Friday December 24. Alliance Bank will re-open on Monday December 27, 2021.

City National Bank will close at noon on Friday December 24 Christmas Eve, and will not offer Saturday services on Christmas Day.

Pilgrim Bank plans to close at 1pm Friday December 24 and remain closed on Saturday December 25.

The Covid Vaccine Clinic at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Sulphur Springs will not be held on Friday December 24 or on Friday December 31. The Friday Covid Vaccine Clinic will re-open starting Friday January 7, 2022 from 9am til noon in the front lobby of the Sulphur Springs hospital.

City of Sulphur Springs offices will be closed both Thursday December 23 and Friday December 24 for the holiday.

There will be no change in trash pickup for residents in the City of Sulphur Springs this Christmas. The Monday/Thursday schedule and the Tuesday/Friday normal schedule will be observed.

There will be no Dinner Bell on Wednesdays for the remainder of December. The Dinner Bell food ministry of First United Methodist Church will resume on Wednesday January 5, 2022.

Meal a Day will take Friday December 24 as a holiday. No Meal a Day meals will be served or delivered on Friday December 24.

School resumes in Hopkins County school districts during the first week of January 2022.

KSST invites everyone to tune in for the reading of the Christmas cards sent in by listeners. The cards will be read on the air each morning through Friday Christmas Eve between 8:15am and 8:30am on the Good Morning Show, by retiring host Enola Gay and station owner Chad Young.

Author: Enola Gay

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