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Wood County Sheriff’s Report For Nov. 18-23, 2020
Nov25

Wood County Sheriff’s Report For Nov. 18-23, 2020

Wood County Sheriff’s Office provided the following activity report for Nov. 18-23, 2020: Alarm: 6Animal Complaint: 9Arrest/Warrant: 9Assault: 4Burglary: 2Criminal Trespass: 1Disturbances/Disputes: 16Fire-Structure: 2Fraud: 3Inquest: 2Livestock at Large: 9Noise Complaint: 1Reckless Driver: 4Shots Fired: 3Suspicious Activity: 17Theft: 11Traffic Closed by Arrest: 2Traffic Hazard: 4Violation of Protective Order: 1Welfare Check: 14 Wood...

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Adding Up at PJC
Nov24

Adding Up at PJC

Jocelyn Perez, left, and Diana Gallegos work on a math problem under the direction of Instructor Charla Holzbog during their class at the PJC-Sulphur Springs Center.  Social distancing is being practiced in all classrooms, like Instructor Holzbog’s lecture shown above. Call PJC-Sulphur Springs Center Campus at 903-885-1232 for more information. Paris Junior College — located in Paris, Texas, about 100 miles northeast of...

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During the Year 2020, Many Different Parts of Agriculture Became Challenged by Mario Villarino
Nov23

During the Year 2020, Many Different Parts of Agriculture Became Challenged by Mario Villarino

Developed by Dr. Mario A. Villarino, County Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources Hopkins County, Texas During the year 2020, many different parts of agriculture became challenged either because lack of distribution or lack of workforce. As we celebrate our thanksgiving, we can see the importance of food and food supply in our society. There are...

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Hicks: Preparing for Holiday Gatherings and Upcoming Programs in January
Nov23

Hicks: Preparing for Holiday Gatherings and Upcoming Programs in January

By Johanna Hicks, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, Family & Community Health Agent, Hopkins County Five Ways to Prepare for Holiday Gatherings The holiday season is here, along with fun, family, and or course, delicious foods. Food play a big role during the holidays as it bring traditions, comfort, and a sense of togetherness. It’s okay to enjoy your holiday foods, but keep in mind moderations is key. Aside from a well-balanced...

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Wood County Sheriff’s Report Nov. 11-17, 2020
Nov19

Wood County Sheriff’s Report Nov. 11-17, 2020

Wood County Sheriff’s Office provided the following activity report for Nov. 11-17, 2020: Abandoned Vehicle: 2Alarm: 8Animal Complaint: 8Arrest/Warrant Service: 5Assault: 4Burglary: 3Criminal Mischief: 4Criminal Trespass: 3Disorderly Conduct: 1Disturbances/Disputes: 6Fire Structure: 1Fraud: 5Livestock at Large: 8Missing Person: 2Motorist Assist: 3Reckless Driver: 2Shots Fired: 2Suspicious Activity: 21Theft: 7Traffic Hazard:...

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Wildcats Football Head Coach Discusses Greenville Loss and Upcoming Crandall
Nov18

Wildcats Football Head Coach Discusses Greenville Loss and Upcoming Crandall

On Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020, we here at KSST radio met up with Wildcats football head coach Greg Owens to discuss the upcoming game on Friday versus Crandall. The Wildcats lost to the Greenville Lions on Friday, 47-27. The loss in Greenville last Friday eliminated the Wildcats from playoff contention. Coach Owens said it was kind of a weird situation, where teams such as the Wildcats have two games left, and the team is...

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Saltillo Boys Basketball Beats  Longview Christian for First Win of Season
Nov18

Saltillo Boys Basketball Beats Longview Christian for First Win of Season

The Saltillo Lions travelled out on Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2020 to play Longview Christian, beating the Eagles soundly, 77-57. The win gives the Lions their first of the season, evening out their record to 1-1 to begin the 2020 season. Saltillo lead at the end of the first, 24-8, and never looked back, taking a 43-28 lead in to halftime. Even as offensive production for Saltillo slowed in the second half, leading after three quarters,...

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Atmos Energy Provides Big Boost to PJC Early Childhood Education Students
Nov18

Atmos Energy Provides Big Boost to PJC Early Childhood Education Students

Paris Junior CollegePublic Information Services Paris Junior College has received a $10,000 donation for early childhood education scholarships from Atmos Energy. The first-time partnership between PJC and Atmos will assist education students attending PJC in Paris, Greenville and Sulphur Springs. “Through our Fueling Safe and Thriving Communities program, we proudly support the local school districts that nurture bright minds and...

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Wildcats Defensive Coordinator Discusses Greenville Loss and Upcoming Crandall
Nov17

Wildcats Defensive Coordinator Discusses Greenville Loss and Upcoming Crandall

On Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2020, we here at KSST radio met up with Wildcats football coordinators to discuss the upcoming game on Friday versus Crandall. The Wildcats lost to the Greenville Lions on Friday, 47-27. The loss in Greenville last Friday eliminated the Wildcats from playoff contention. Wildcats football Defensive coordinator Alex Guerra said there were times when his team did really well, but the edge for Greenville came...

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Wildcats Football Offensive Coordinator Discusses Greenville Loss and Upcoming Crandall
Nov17

Wildcats Football Offensive Coordinator Discusses Greenville Loss and Upcoming Crandall

On Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2020, we here at KSST radio met up with Wildcats football coordinators to discuss the upcoming game on Friday versus Crandall. Matt Young The Wildcats lost to the Greenville Lions on Friday, 47-27. The loss versus the Lions eliminated the Wildcats from playoff contention. Wildcats football offensive coordinator Matt Young said that his team did not do enough to get the victory last Friday, but noted that defense...

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