Jury Deliberating In Trial Of Delta County Man Accused Of Sexual Assault Of A Child
Oct17

Jury Deliberating In Trial Of Delta County Man Accused Of Sexual Assault Of A Child

The trial of Johnny Ray Conley, a Delta County man accused of four counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child, continued Thursday in the Eighth Judicial District Court in Sulphur Springs, with jurors still deliberating after 5:30 p.m. Oct. 17. The offenses were alleged to have occurred in or around Aug. 1, Sept. 1, Oct. 1 and Nov. 1, 2001, when the alleged victim was 7-8 years old. The trial was moved to Hopkins County, with jury...

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Corsicana Football Coach is Hal Wasson, Former Coach at Southlake Carroll
Oct17

Corsicana Football Coach is Hal Wasson, Former Coach at Southlake Carroll

The Wildcats travel to Corsicana for a Friday night (October 18) district game and the Head Football Coach of the Corsicana Tigers is Hal Wasson. He is in his first year as Tigers Head Football Coach. In a long coaching career, Coach Wasson has been involved in programs all over Texas. His most notable job was head coach at Southlake Carroll. He was there 11 years including a state championship year in 2011. Coach Wasson left there a...

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Channel 18 News:  Thursday, October 17, 2019
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Friday an Early Release Day for SSISD
Oct17

Friday an Early Release Day for SSISD

Friday, October 18th, is an early release day for SSISD. All students and staff in the Sulphur Springs ISD will be released an hour early on Friday. Buses will also run one hour ahead of their regular schedule. Rusty Harden Assistant Superintendent – Human Resources & Support Services Sulphur Springs Independent School District 903-885-2153

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Reilly Springs Jamboree Plans a Benefit Concert for Reed/Ivey Families Oct. 19
Oct17

Reilly Springs Jamboree Plans a Benefit Concert for Reed/Ivey Families Oct. 19

On Saturday October 19, 2019, the Reilly Springs Jamboree will hold to their regular schedule of a gospel and country show starting at 6pm, and will add a Benefit Concert for the Reed/Ivey families starting at 8pm. Performances will take place on the stage of the old Reilly Springs schoolhouse, now Community Center at 109 CR 1439 in southeastern Hopkins County. Admission will be $10 person or donation, at the door. The League Street...

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United Way Report Meeting Shows Campaign Donations and Pledges Coming In!
Oct17

United Way Report Meeting Shows Campaign Donations and Pledges Coming In!

2019 Campaign Chairs for Hopkins County United Way, Bill and Beverly Owens Bill and Beverly Owens guested on the KSST Good Morning Show on Thursday October 17, 2019, to bring the community up to date on the progress of the 2019 United Way Campaign in Hopkins County. “We are pleased to report Campaign pledges counted today total $3,962.00, bringing our total to date to $45,812.54! We are looking forward to adding to these numbers...

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NETBIO October Sale Report
Oct17

NETBIO October Sale Report

Producers sold 3,924 head of pre-conditioned cattle at the October Northeast Texas Beef Improvement Organization (NETBIO) sale held Wednesday at the Sulphur Springs Livestock Commission.A total of 164 NETBIO producer/members brought pre-conditioned cattle to the sale. The cattle were purchased by 31 buyers at an average of $774.86 per head. “The market was good and the sale went very well,” said David Fowler, NETBIO board member and...

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North Hopkins Alumni Homecoming 2019
Oct17

North Hopkins Alumni Homecoming 2019

The annual North Hopkins Alumni Homecoming was held on Saturday, October 12, 2019. There were thirty-nine attendees for the event. Dr. Darin Jolly, North Hopkins ISD Superintendent, led a tour of the campuses. A video presentation, created by Amie Davidson and her technology students, was played in honor of the Classes of 1969, 1979, and 1989 for their 50-, 40-, and 30-year reunion, while the guests enjoyed a meal catered by...

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Bicyclist Arrested On Misdemeanor Warrant, Controlled Substance Charge
Oct17

Bicyclist Arrested On Misdemeanor Warrant, Controlled Substance Charge

Marco Antonio Orduna A 23-year-old Sulphur Springs man reportedly stopped for riding a bicycle on the wrong side of the road ended up in jail Wednesday afternoon on a misdemeanor warrant and for methamphetamine possession, according to arrest reports. The man reportedly caught Sulphur Springs Police Department Special Crimes Unit Sgt. Joe Scott’s attention by his bicycle on the wrong side of the road against traffic, thus he was...

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Hopkins County Sheriff’s Deputies Arrest Caddo Mills Man On Tampering With Evidence Charge
Oct17

Hopkins County Sheriff’s Deputies Arrest Caddo Mills Man On Tampering With Evidence Charge

A 31-year-old Caddo Mills man was arrested at 1:20 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 17, for tampering with evidence, found in Dr. Pepper cans, according to arrest reports. Josue Joshue Espinoza was reportedly stopped by a Hopkins County sheriff’s deputy, who noticed the Ford Mustang that passed him on Loop 301 about 12:52 a.m. Oct. 17 didn’t have front license plate. The deputies turned around and tried to stop the man on West...

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