Faith Huffman, Author at Ksst Radio
Complaint Of Naked Man In Car Results In Arrest
Jun17

Complaint Of Naked Man In Car Results In Arrest

Sulphur Springs Police Department responded just after midnight Sunday night to a report of a person who did not have clothing on climbing the seats of his vehicle. Officers contacted a 41-year-old Sulphur Springs man, who they noted in arrest reports was exhibiting signs and indicators of intoxication on a stimulant drug. He was sweating profusely despite the fact that the temperature was only 66 degrees outside, the officers alleged...

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I-30 Traffic Stop In Cumby Yields Methamphetamine, Marijuana Pipe, 2 Arrests
Jun17

I-30 Traffic Stop In Cumby Yields Methamphetamine, Marijuana Pipe, 2 Arrests

Alexis Danielle CarlsonJoshua Devin Depriest A routine traffic stop on Interstate 30 in Cumby early Sunday morning resulted in the arrest of two Arkansas residents. They each received one controlled substance charge. Cumby Police Sgt. Ray Embro reported seeing a white Toyota Camry at 1:28 a.m. June 16 without a license plate light. The car passed him on Interstate 30 west at mile marker 109. Embro reported catching up and stopping the...

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Wildcats 7 on 7 Football Team Comes Close To Qualifying For State At Tyler Tourney Saturday
Jun17

Wildcats 7 on 7 Football Team Comes Close To Qualifying For State At Tyler Tourney Saturday

The Wildcats’ Varsity 7 on 7 Football Team just missed qualifying for the state tournament at a state qualifier tournament in Tyler on Saturday, June 15. The Wildcats opened pool play with a 26-24 loss to Marshall. Wildcats Quarterback Coach Mike Meador said the Wildcats really should have won that game. He said the Wildcats knew that they had to win their last two pool game contests to advance. The Wildcats defeated Tyler Lee,...

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J.D. Franklin Honored At Street Unveiling, Ceremony
Jun17

J.D. Franklin Honored At Street Unveiling, Ceremony

J.D. Franklin was honored Monday morning for his many civic contributions during a ceremony at Morning Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, which concluded with an unveiling of J.D. Franklin Drive. Franklin’s family, friends, church and community members gathered to recognize Franklin and celebrate the renaming of Jackson Street from Martin Luther King Jr. Drive to College Street as J.D. Franklin Drive Monday. Gloria and J.D....

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Commissioners Court Agrees to Tax Rebate Program
Jun17

Commissioners Court Agrees to Tax Rebate Program

Hopkins County Commissioners Court Hopkins County Commissioners Monday agreed to a proposal from Sulphur Springs-Hopkins County Economic Development Corporation to move away from tax abatement programs to tax rebate programs The program still allows the county go grant tax incentives for businesses, especially new businesses investing in a Hopkins County location. However, instead of the business getting the abatement up front. The...

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2 Commissioners, Sheriff Announce Plans to Seek Reelection
Jun17

2 Commissioners, Sheriff Announce Plans to Seek Reelection

Hopkins County Precinct 1 Commissioner Mickey Barker, Sheriff Lewis Tatum and Precinct 3 Commissioner Wade Bartley announced Monday morning their intent to run for reelection to their respective offices in the 2020 primaries. Two county commissioners and the county sheriff Monday morning announced their plans to seek reelection in 2020. Precinct 3 Commissioner Wade Bartley plans to seek a third term as commissioner, while both...

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Sulphur Springs Man Jailed For Felony DWI
Jun17

Sulphur Springs Man Jailed For Felony DWI

Matthew William West A 35-year-old Sulphur Springs man was arrested for driving with two children in the car Saturday night. Sulphur Springs Police Lt. Eddie Moon and Officer Derick Williams stopped a Chevrolet 1500 at 9:48 p.m. June 15 after observing it being driven unsafely while the driver made a lane change on Davis Street at Hinnant Street. Upon contact with the driver, identified in reports as Matthew William West, the officers...

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Meal A Day Menu: June 17-21, 2019
Jun16

Meal A Day Menu: June 17-21, 2019

Meal A Day Menu June 17-21, 2019 Monday — Steak Fingers, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Broccoli and a Roll Tuesday –Sliced Ham, Red Potatoes, Green Beans and a Roll Wednesday — Chicken and Dressing Casserole, Sweet Potatoes, Green Beans and a Roll   Thursday — Beef Spaghetti, English Peas, Garlic Sticks and Tossed Salad Friday — Chicken Fried Chicken and Gravy, Macaroni and Cheese, Malibu Vegetables and a...

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Jimmy De Odell
Jun16

Jimmy De Odell

Jimmy De Odell of Como, passed away Tuesday, June 11, 2019. The son of J.L. (Boy) and Eva Jo Odell. He is survived by two sons, Jimmy Brandon Odell of Irving and Ryan De Odell of Pickton; One brother, Mike Odell and wife Rose of Como; one sister; three grandchildren, Dylan Laine, Abagail Grace and Kendal Beth Odell, all of Pickton; one niece, Jill Odell Murray and husband Judd, and their children Jake and Jenna Murray; one nephew,...

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Rachel Bramlett Crowned 2019 Dairy Festival Queen
Jun16

Rachel Bramlett Crowned 2019 Dairy Festival Queen

The Hopkins County Dairy Festival culminated Saturday with the crowning of the 2019 Hopkins County Dairy Festival Queen during the annual pageant. Rachel Bramlett, daughter of Mark and Brenda Pope, was named the new queen. After a few comical moments in which 2018 Dairy Festival Kaitlyn Ferrill had difficulty getting the crown to turn loose from its secure position in her hair, Ferrill placed it atop Bramlett’s head. As the 2018...

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