Wood County Sheriff’s Report  September 11, 2019 to September 17, 2019
Sep20

Wood County Sheriff’s Report September 11, 2019 to September 17, 2019

September 11th Deputies were dispatched to HWY 69 near Quitman, at approximately 2:31 a.m., in reference to an alarm. Deputies checked the building and it was secure. At 3:08 a.m., horses were reported out on FM 515 near Yantis. At 7:35 a.m., cows were reported out on FM 182 near Quitman. Deputies spoke with the reporting party, at approximately 8:16 a.m., in reference to an assault that occurred on CR 1540 near Alba. This case has...

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Tradin’ Post for Friday, September 20th, 2019
Sep20

Tradin’ Post for Friday, September 20th, 2019

Office Chair, leather with brass brads, wood trim arms and legs pedestal base. Brass rollers for easy movability. $50 (Call:993-945-2984) Four Twin Beds with “like new” mattress & box springs. Whether you need one or more these are in great condition. $50 each (Call 903-945-2984) Four western style twin bed tan suede cloth comforters, with bed-skirt, and matching throw pillows. Very cute for youth bedroom. $20 each...

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Epilepsy Awareness Fundraiser at Backstory Brewery
Sep20

Epilepsy Awareness Fundraiser at Backstory Brewery

November 16, 2019 at the Backstory Brewery in Sulphur Springs, a fundraiser will be held to help develop a cure for epilepsy. For more information call 903 703 8123 or 903 669 5403.

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Dinner Bell Menu for September 25th, 2019
Sep19

Dinner Bell Menu for September 25th, 2019

City National Bank is this week’s Community Partner Vegetable Frittata Navy Beans with Ham Cornbread Muffins with Butter Peach Crisp with Whipped Cream Peaches in Sugar Free Peach Jello (the no added sugar dessert) Another Fall type of menu BUT when will Fall come upon us?!! Same time. (11:45 a.m.) Same place (Fellowship Hall of The First United Methodist Church). If you don’t come you will miss the good food and the great...

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October – Good Things Coming! by Johanna Hicks
Sep19

October – Good Things Coming! by Johanna Hicks

September seemed to have flown by! With October quickly approaching, thoughts turn to cooler weather, trees changing colors, pumpkins, and roasted marshmallows. At our Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Office, things are buzzing as we prepared for numerous events and programs. Below is a sampling: National 4-H Week Kick-off: October 6-12, 4-H members and leaders all across the nation will be recognizing the impact of the 4-H program....

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Tradin’ Post for Thursday, September 19th, 2019
Sep19

Tradin’ Post for Thursday, September 19th, 2019

A ruby red Dooney and Bourke purse brand new, asking $100 but will negotiate on price call 903.513.6312 for question and pic, also have a smaller one asking $50 Home-grown goodies from our local family farm for sale: cantaloupe, yellow squash, bell peppers, large zucchini, a few watermelon, cucumbers & hot peppers. For more info, please call 469-693-2246 For Sale: 4X4 posts. Available in sizes 8, 10, 12, or 14 feet long. Asking...

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Dinner Bell Served by VFW
Sep18

Dinner Bell Served by VFW

The September 18th, 2019 Dinner Bell was served by members of the VFW Post 8560. The First United Methodist Church serves a free community meal each Wednesday at 11:45AM. Everyone is welcome to come and dine.

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Community Outreach Lunch
Sep18
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Arbala Haunted Woods: Closed Indefinitely
Sep18

Arbala Haunted Woods: Closed Indefinitely

  KSST spoke with Arbala Haunted Woods staff Wednesday morning.  They confirmed that the Arbala Haunted Woods closed their doors last year. If you know of another fall activity that KSST should share, email it to us at [email protected]  

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Tira News For Sept. 11, 2019
Sep18

Tira News For Sept. 11, 2019

By Jan Vaughn The Tira City Council met on Thursday, September 12th at the Tira Community Center for their quarterly meeting. The group voted to cancel the council election for November 5, 2019, since Mayor Allen Joslin and council members, Joyce Dodd and Janie Lewis were unopposed. Janie Lewis gave an update on the recent repairs at the center. Joyce Dodd shared that the Tira Food Pantry is running low. The quarterly financial report...

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