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Peerless Baptist Church VBS Starts Monday, June 17th
Jun14

Peerless Baptist Church VBS Starts Monday, June 17th

Peerless Baptist Church announces their “Mane” Event with their Vacation Bible School starting Monday, June 17th. There is still time to register or find out more info by calling Lois at (903)...

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Melba June Diamond
Jun13

Melba June Diamond

Melba June Mapes Diamond, 82, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Tuesday, June 11, 2019. She was born on March 24, 1937 in Yantis, Tx to Julius and Sallie (Byrd) Mapes. After graduating Valedictorian of Yantis High School Class of 1955, she met a young pastor at Como Christian Church, who would soon become the love of her life, James B. Diamond. Melba and James married on September 2, 1956 at Como Christian Church and shared...

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New Solar Energy Project Proposed for Dike area
Jun12

New Solar Energy Project Proposed for Dike area

Another solar electric generating facility is being considered for the Dike area of northeastern Hopkins County. Sites in Pennsylvania and Oklahoma, as well as other “locations across the world and other parts the United States” are being also reportedly being considered for the Alpin Sun solar project. Alpin Sun is the same company responsible for Solemio Solar farm SSISD granted a limited value agreement for tax...

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Failed Cooper Bank Could Cost FDIC Over $27 Million Dollars
Jun04

Failed Cooper Bank Could Cost FDIC Over $27 Million Dollars

Late Friday regulators closed the Enloe State Bank in Cooper, Texas. This is the first bank failure in Texas in over five years. The FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation) has sold the insured deposits and some of the assets of the bank to Legend Bank of Bowie, Texas. The FDIC has also stated that approximately $500,000 of the bank’s deposits exceeded the insured’s limits. Those customers who had accounts exceeding...

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Reverend Billy Max Condrey
Jun04

Reverend Billy Max Condrey

Reverend Billy Max Condrey, age 62, of Winnsboro, formerly of Mount Vernon, passed away while doing what he loved, working outside, in the late morning hours of Saturday, June 1, 2019 in Winnsboro, Texas. Billy was born on September 8, 1956 in Big Lake, Texas to Mary Ruth Raney Averrit and the late Joe Zane Condrey. Billy graduated from Mount Vernon High School. After being called to the ministry, Billy attended Southwestern Baptist...

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Marvin Harold Franke
May30

Marvin Harold Franke

Marvin Harold Franke, age 89, of Sulphur Springs, went home to be with the Lord, on May 29, 2019 surrounded by his family. He was born on May 9, 1930 in Mauston, Wisconsin to the late Carl A. and Josephine Lehman Franke. Marvin grew up on the family farm and upon reaching his majority, enlisted in the Navy, serving in the Air Wing Division aboard the USS Valley Forge during the Korean War. A self educated man with deep wisdom and...

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Football Camp Starts
May28

Football Camp Starts

Wildcat Football Camp for Kids Entering 3rd Through 7th Grade Starts This Evening      The Wildcat Football Camp is the first of the SSISD summer sports camps this year. It is designed for boys entering the third through the seventh grade next school year. The three-day camp gets underway Tuesday (May 28) and runs through Thursday (May 30). It has usually been held in late August and it’s been during the day. This...

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Community Players, Inc., presents, “Odd Couple”
May15

Community Players, Inc., presents, “Odd Couple”

“ The Odd Couple-Female Version “Neil Simon’s hilarious comedy will be performed by the Community Players on May 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26 at Main StreetTheatre, Sulphur Spring..  Evening performances begin at 7 pm.  Sunday matinees begin at 2 pm.  For tickets, go to www.communityplayersinc.comOr...

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SSHS Spring Football Wraps Up
May15

SSHS Spring Football Wraps Up

Wildcats Varsity and JV Take on Gilmer in 7 on 7 Football Tuesday Night  The Wildcats’ 7 on 7 football teams, JV and Varsity, took on Gilmer Tuesday evening (May 14) in the Multipurpose Building. Both teams got in two games with the Buckeyes. In the first Varsity game, the Wildcats and Buckeyes tied, 35-35 with Gilmer scoring a touchdown right as the horn went off signaling the end of the game. Quarterback Noe Ponce led the...

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Linda Moore
May15

Linda Moore

Graveside services for Linda Moore, 76, of Sulphur Springs, will be conducted at 10 a.m. on Friday, May 17, at the Sulphur Springs City Cemetery. The Rev. Charles Moore will officiate. Visitation will be held Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. at West Oaks Funeral Home. She died Tuesday. Linda Gail Lloyd was born on April 28, 1943, in Sulphur Springs, the daughter of Gambrell and Frances Lloyd, who preceded her in death. She married A.E....

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