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SSISD Campuses Utilized For Summer Reading, Remediation, Enrichment, Training For Students, Staff
Jun22

SSISD Campuses Utilized For Summer Reading, Remediation, Enrichment, Training For Students, Staff

Although summer officially began with the Summer Solstice on Friday, ask any local school children and they’ll tell you summer began nearly a month ago, when regular classes were dismissed. However, while many are enjoying a three month break classes, that doesn’t mean the halls have been empty. Students in need of a little extra help catching up on or making up classes are attending summer school at Sulphur Springs...

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SSISD Students Enjoy Another Successful STEAM Camp at SSMS
Jun21

SSISD Students Enjoy Another Successful STEAM Camp at SSMS

Approximately 60 students in grades 4-8 participated in STEAM Camp taught by 12 adults and 1 eighth grader June 18-20, at the middle school. Sulphur Springs Independent School District this week offered STEAM Camp for students in grades 4-8. The three-day enrichment program offers students a fun, creative, hands-on way to learn science, technology, engineering, artist and math disciplines using robotics, circuits, coding, and more to...

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Hopkins County Records for the Week of June 21, 2019
Jun21

Hopkins County Records for the Week of June 21, 2019

Hopkins County Clerk’s Office, 128 Jefferson Street, Suite C Land Deed Transactions Paul E. Payne to Annalee M. Trevino; tract in the TG Birdwell surveyRay Grimes and V. Annis Grimes to Duane Swasso and Jamie Swasso; tract in the Thomas Tovar surveyCarol Lee Susat to John Heilman; tract in the RH Scott surveyJohn Heilman to Carol Susat; tract in the RH Scott surveyJohn H. Heilman to Danielle Berry and John Berry; tract in the RH...

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Irving Man Arrested On Felony DWI Charge Following I-30 Traffic Crash
Jun21

Irving Man Arrested On Felony DWI Charge Following I-30 Traffic Crash

Eric Stephen Gambrell A 56-year-old Irving man reportedly involved in a crash was arrested Thursday afternoon for felony driving while intoxicated. Sulphur Springs police responded to a reported crash on Interstate 30 west at mile marker 127 at 3:13 p.m. Thursday. SSPD Officer Adrian Pruitt contacted 56-year-old Eric Stephen Gambrell of Irving upon arrival, the officer noted in arrest reports. Pruitt alleged Gambrell was unsteady on...

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Fort Worth Woman Arrested In Hopkins County On Haltom City Robbery Charge
Jun21

Fort Worth Woman Arrested In Hopkins County On Haltom City Robbery Charge

Lesley Shavonne Allen A Fort Worth woman was arrested in Hopkins County late Thursday night on a Haltom City robbery charge, according to police reports. Sulphur Springs Police Officer Cleve Williams reported stopped a Chrysler Sebring on Interstate 30 east at mile marker 130 for a traffic violation. A records check using the passenger’s information showed 40-year-old Lesley Shavonne Allen of Fort Worth to be wanted by Haltom...

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County Emergency Responders Participate In Mock Disaster Drill
Jun21

County Emergency Responders Participate In Mock Disaster Drill

Emergency responders worked together Friday morning to practice, assess and hone their emergency skills in the field during drill simulating a mock disaster. Hosted in the Gerald Prim/Hopkins County Civic Center Pavilion parking lot and within Sulphur Springs ISD Athletic Complex, officials reacted as if dispatched to areas in which a tornado had occurred. Multiple people sustained varied levels of injuries, from the walking wounded...

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Crazy Days of Summer
Jun20

Crazy Days of Summer

Johanna Hicks Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, Family & Community Health Agent, 1200-B West Houston St., P.O.Box 518 Sulphur springs, TX 75483; 903-885-3443 – phone;903-439-4909 – fax; [email protected] By Johanna Hicks, B.S., M.Ed. Summertime around our office is busy – not so much from phone calls and foot traffic, but from camps, 4-H events, conferences and youth leadership events. We are over half-way finished with the 2019...

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Annual Fan Drive For Seniors Concludes
Jun20

Annual Fan Drive For Seniors Concludes

Pictured: Mike Hart, Karon Templeton Weatherman, Tim Gee and Steve Junkins The Sulphur Springs Corvette Club partnered with the Senior Citizens Center for the fourth year in a row to hold an Annual Fan Drive for senior citizens. This year 91 fans were collected and distributed to senior citizens throughout the...

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2 Arrested On Felony Warrants, 1 on Misdemeanor Charge Wednesday
Jun20

2 Arrested On Felony Warrants, 1 on Misdemeanor Charge Wednesday

A Yantis man and Sulphur Springs woman were arrested Wednesday by local officers on felony warrants. A third person also was jailed on another unrelated misdemeanor warrant, according to arrest reports. John Phillip Smith Jr. Hopkins County Sheriff’s Deputy Alvin Jordan was dispatched to the adult probation office, where he took 43-year-old John Phillip Smith Jr. of Yantis into custody on a felony warrant for violation of...

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Wildcats 7 on 7 Varsity Football Team Has Last Chance To Qualify For State Tourney Friday
Jun20

Wildcats 7 on 7 Varsity Football Team Has Last Chance To Qualify For State Tourney Friday

The Wildcats’ varsity 7 on 7 football team has one last chance to qualify for the state tournament at a Rowlett tournament Friday, June 21. The Rowlett state qualifier tournament is a big one featuring 32 teams. The field has been split into two groups of 16. The finalist from each of the groups will qualify for state. Wildcats Quarterbacks Coach Mike Meador says the Wildcats have a favorable draw in their pool. The Wildcats...

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