Savannah Owens, Author at Ksst Radio
Late Night Sports: Friday March 15th, 2019
Mar16

Late Night Sports: Friday March 15th, 2019

Wildcats Baseball 9, Greenville 2 Wildcat Jaxon Chaney pounded a grand slam home run and a three-run homer to power the Wildcats’ baseball team past Greenville, 9-2 in their home district opener at Wildcat Park Friday night (March 15). Chaney’s three-run shot was a part of a five run first inning that put the Wildcats up 5-0. His grand slam in the bottom of the sixth made it a 9-1 game. Jace Burchfield also drove in a run...

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Commerce Tennis Tournament-Big Wins for SS
Mar16

Commerce Tennis Tournament-Big Wins for SS

Sulphur Springs secures 1st place in the Boys and Girls Division. Emily Dick 1st place Consolation Girls Singles Zoe Wilson 3rd place Girls Singles Savannah Lilley and Paige Miesse 1st place Consolation Girls Doubles Carlos Lopez / Jeauxleigh Cantu 1st place Mixed...

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Meal a Day Menu for March 11th-15th
Mar11

Meal a Day Menu for March 11th-15th

Meal A Day Menu March 11th  – March 15th Monday Taco Soup Crackers Tossed Salad Tuesday Chicken Tenders Mashed Potatoes/Gravy Green Beans Roll Wednesday Chili Cheese Dogs Pickle Spears Cole Slaw Fritos Thursday Chicken Pot Pie Broccoli Pickled Beets Friday Sliced Ham Cooked Cabbage Pinto Beans Corn...

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Tira News March 1, 2019
Mar01

Tira News March 1, 2019

By Jan Vaughn I appreciate Mick Petty letting me know about the burial of Zelma Hargrave McCullough. Her memorial service was held on February 21, 2019, under the direction of West Oaks Funeral Home. Please be in prayer for her family. Mick, also, informed me that a huge cedar tree blew down in the old section of the Tira Cemetery. It will be removed when the ground is not so wet. Joyce Dodd reports that the next Bible study at the...

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You CAN Manage Your Diabetes By Johanna Hicks
Feb28

You CAN Manage Your Diabetes By Johanna Hicks

You CAN Manage Your Diabetes!             As many of you know, our youngest son was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 2 ½ and our world was turned topsy turvy!  When I re-entered the career as Extension Agent several years ago, my passion was diabetes education.  Our son was my inspiration for helping others manage diabetes....

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Pesticides and waterways By Mario Villarino
Feb22

Pesticides and waterways By Mario Villarino

Recent rain in Hopkins County has created large portions of stagnant water that creates a challenge to landowners when trying to maintain them. National Pesticide Information Center stated: When you look at a glass of water, you are looking at a world traveler. Water evaporates off the earth and circles the globe as clouds and vapor. It is deposited as rain and snow. Rain and snow melt then flow down streams and rivers into estuaries...

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Secure Your Child’s Future – Free Car Seat Inspection: By Johanna Hicks
Feb22

Secure Your Child’s Future – Free Car Seat Inspection: By Johanna Hicks

               Every parent wants the best for their child’s future, and one of the best ways to make sure your child will have a bright future is to be sure that you are correctly using the correct car seat for your child…and that the seat is correctly installed in your vehicle.  The problem is that keeping them safe in vehicles isn’t as easy as it might...

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Tira News for Feb 15th, 2019
Feb15

Tira News for Feb 15th, 2019

By Jan Vaughn We want to express our appreciation to the North Hopkins Beta Club for their donations to the Tira Food Pantry. They had a “Pack the gym!” night, where NH basketball fans received free admission for wearing a red shirt and bringing a canned item. Yvonne Weir reports, “Dustin, Natalie, and Maria spent last weekend with us. We had a good game of Canasta. On February 8th Wesley attended A Night to Shine at Brightstar...

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What to Expect from the 4-H Program By Mario Villarino
Feb15

What to Expect from the 4-H Program By Mario Villarino

I often get asked when new families join 4-H what to expect of the program. It is usually the word of 4-Hers and their families that provides the answer correctly. For many, it is the livestock projects, for others the very many other activities in 4-H.  According to Marty Vahlenkamp (www. https://texasyouthlivestock.com) the answer for sure it is different for every 4-H’er depending on their goals and personal situation. The typical...

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Going Green By Johanna Hicks
Feb15

Going Green By Johanna Hicks

               When you hear the words “going green,” your thoughts probably turn to water conservation, energy conservation, using environmentally-safe cleaning products, and so on.  However, the focus of this column is totally different.  I’m talking about salad greens – spinach, in particular....

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