At Sulphur Springs Country Club Golf Tourneys Monday, Wildcats Take 1st and Lady Cats are 2nd
Oct20

At Sulphur Springs Country Club Golf Tourneys Monday, Wildcats Take 1st and Lady Cats are 2nd

There’s no place like home. Wildcats Golf Coach Jeremy DeLorge and Lady Cats Golf Coach Whitney Spigener enjoyed opening their fall golf season with small tournaments at their home course, at the Sulphur Springs Country Club, on Monday (October 19). Both local teams had good days. The Wildcats, playing in a six team field, shot 304 and took first place, Two Wildcats seniors, Kip Childress and Grant Mohesky, both shot the...

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Lady Cats Volleyball and Wildcats Team Tennis Have District matches on Tuesday Game Day
Oct20

Lady Cats Volleyball and Wildcats Team Tennis Have District matches on Tuesday Game Day

On this Tuesday (October 20) game day, there is district volleyball and team tennis. The Lady Cats Volleyball Team will wrap up the first half of district play with a road match at Longview. The Lady Cats JV Gold Team plays Longview at 4:30 p.m. Then the Lady Cats JV Blue Team plays the Lady Lobos at 5:30 p.m. The Lady Cats Varsity plays Longview at around 6:30 p.m. The Lady Cats are 4-1 in district play and 7-6 for the season. The...

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TxDOT Urges Drivers to ‘End The Streak’ of Daily Deaths on Texas Roads as 20TH Anniversary Approaches
Oct20

TxDOT Urges Drivers to ‘End The Streak’ of Daily Deaths on Texas Roads as 20TH Anniversary Approaches

NEWS RELEASE   PARIS DISTRICTTim McAlavy(903) [email protected]   TxDOT URGES DRIVERS TO ‘END THE STREAK’ OF DAILY DEATHS ON TEXAS ROADS AS 20TH ANNIVERSARY APPROACHES November 7, 2000 was the last deathless day on Texas roadways Share This Tweet This Download Photos Download Video Oct 20, 2020AUSTIN – The sound of baseball and the smell of barbecue fills a North Austin neighborhood. It’s the start of a new summer and...

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In Texas, CAFOs Are Regulated by the TCEQ by Mario Villarino
Oct20

In Texas, CAFOs Are Regulated by the TCEQ by Mario Villarino

Developed by Dr. Mario A. Villarino, County Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources Hopkins County, Texas In Texas, concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) are regulated by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). Any CAFO with more than 300 animal units (more than 200 mature dairy cows) located in the dairy outreach program...

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Dinner Bell Menu for October 21, 2020
Oct20

Dinner Bell Menu for October 21, 2020

The mission of the Dinner Bell is to end hunger in Hopkins County. Fresh, hot, nutritious meals are prepared by volunteers each Wednesday and served to our guests in the First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. If you or your business would like to sponsor a Dinner Bell meal give the Church a call at 903/885-2185 Dinner Bell Menu for October 21, 2020 Dinner Bell remains a GRAB and GO operation with meals distributed under the...

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Drive-Thru Flu Clinics Offered Oct. 22, Oct. 27 For All Ages
Oct20

Drive-Thru Flu Clinics Offered Oct. 22, Oct. 27 For All Ages

Weekly Business News, Oct. 20, 2020 By Holly Ragan, Senior Market Development, CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs, holly.[email protected] Sulphur Springs, Texas, October 20, 2020– CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs has ONE mission: To Extend the Health Ministry of Jesus Christ. Flu Shots: Drive-Thru Clinics available for the community – ALL ages Take advantage of our drive-thru flu clinics...

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Oct. 19 Hopkins County COVID-19 Update: 77 New Cases, 61 Recoveries, 5 Additional Nursing Home Deaths
Oct19

Oct. 19 Hopkins County COVID-19 Update: 77 New Cases, 61 Recoveries, 5 Additional Nursing Home Deaths

October continues to be record setter for COVID-19 cases in Hopkins County. At least twice this month Hopkins County/Sulphur Springs Emergency Management officials have reported new daily high records in COVID-19 cases. The total number of new cases reported in HC/SSEM’s Oct. 19 Hopkins County COVID-19 update has already far exceeded those reported in previous months. Overall, HC/SSEM reported receiving confirmation that 77...

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Trading Post for October 19, 2020
Oct19

Trading Post for October 19, 2020

Under the Big Top! Look for the big white tent. KSST Garage Sale! New Items: Used Fine Area Rugs, not your ordinary run of the mill. Sized from 8×5 up to 10×14. Some come with pads. Runners and large area rugs. Treadmill. Rental quality (and quantity) chairs and tables for sale. We have an assortment of home decorations, Halloween, and fall decor. Everything priced to move! See today at the KSST studios, 717 Shannon Road....

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Sulphur Springs ISD Board To Appoint Head Start Policy Council Rep, Consider Renewing Legal Contract
Oct18

Sulphur Springs ISD Board To Appoint Head Start Policy Council Rep, Consider Renewing Legal Contract

The Oct. 19 Sulphur Springs ISD Board of Trustees meeting agenda is light on action items, but heavy on administrative and informational reports. A special recognition, Red Ribbon Week, the bilingual and English as a second language program, and Head Start training are among the the items listed under the latter heading. SSISD logo Superintendent Michael Lamb is scheduled to recognize the City of Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County for...

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20 Percent Of Registered Hopkins County Voters Cast Ballots In First 4 Days Of Early Voting
Oct17

20 Percent Of Registered Hopkins County Voters Cast Ballots In First 4 Days Of Early Voting

More than 20 percent of registered Hopkins County voters had cast ballots during the first 4 days of early voting in the Nov. 3 elections, according to the Secretary of State’s Office. That’s 4,885 of the 23,954 registered voters in Hopkins County casting ballots by the close of business on Friday, Oct. 16. This number includes 4,208 in person voters (17.57 percent) and 677 voters (2.82 percent) submitting ballots by mail....

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