Lifestyle | Ksst Radio
Storm results in some hail damage, downed trees and power lines
Mar25

Storm results in some hail damage, downed trees and power lines

Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County weathered Monday’s early morning storm relatively unscathed, emergency officials said late Monday morning. Neither city nor county officials received reports of any tornado touching down in either Sulphur Springs or Hopkins County. County emergency officials went on high alert as the National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for the county starting shortly after midnight....

Read More
Northeast Texas Farmer’s Co-op is 80 Years Old!
Mar25

Northeast Texas Farmer’s Co-op is 80 Years Old!

On March 24, 2019, “the Co-op” as it’s known in Sulphur Springs will begin it’s 80th year serving the farming community in Hopkins County and it’s member-patrons. For a good segment of our population, the Co-op is a household word, and almost a member of the family. Most everyone knows General Manager Brad Johnson, also Donnie Peters, Store Manager and Jim Ratzlaff, Credit Manager. Among the...

Read More
Tradin’ Post for Monday, March 25th, 2019
Mar25

Tradin’ Post for Monday, March 25th, 2019

2017 EZ-Go Delux Golf Cart, electric $3200. Like new oak pellet stove, $800 comes with some pellets and manual, and heats up to 2000 sq ft. Electric wheelchair, folds up, weights only 68#, goes 25 miles on a charge, used twice, $1400. Call 903 440 4148, ask for Jim. Lift Chair Recliner, used one month. 903 243 4911, or 903 945 2196. Lost: a black dog. The dog has white toes. The dog is part lab. The dog’s name is Joe. Last seen...

Read More
Intense But Brief Weather Affected Sulphur Springs Area During Early Monday
Mar25

Intense But Brief Weather Affected Sulphur Springs Area During Early Monday

Around midnight on Sunday March 24, 2019 the Early Warning Sirens situated in various areas around Sulphur Springs were heard, alerting residents to impending dangerous weather. The National Weather Service upgraded a Severe Thunderstorm Warning to include a Tornado Warning, and residents were told to take cover. James Terry, on air at the KSST Weather Desk, kept listeners informed of the alerts from the National Weather Service, and...

Read More
Dinner Bell Menu For March 27, 2019
Mar25

Dinner Bell Menu For March 27, 2019

Dinner Bell March 27, 2019 IHOP is the Community Partner Menu: Pancakes, Butter and Syrup Bacon Ham, Egg and Cheese Casserole with Homemade Salsa Fresh Fruit Come have Brunch with us. Perfect for a new Spring Day.Same time (11:45 a.m.). Same place (Fellowship Hall of the First United Methodist Church).Our doors will be open and the WELCOME mat is out. Hope to see...

Read More
Tradin’ Post for Sunday, March 24th, 2019
Mar24

Tradin’ Post for Sunday, March 24th, 2019

Lost: a black dog. The dog has white toes. The dog is part lab. The dog’s name is Joe. Last seen in the Ridgeway area. If you have seen this dog, or for more details, please call 903-243-4361. Leave a message if no answer. Found: a black angus, or could be a brama, bull. Strayed to a pasture on County Road 2426. If this is your bull, or for more details, please call 972-489-4012 or 903-885-7092. For Sale: Music Equipment....

Read More
Candy For EEA Egg Hunt Still Accepted
Mar23

Candy For EEA Egg Hunt Still Accepted

East End Allegiance Our Youth is still accepting candy and candy-filled eggs to be hidden for their April 13 Easter egg hunt at Pacific Park. Ultimately, the group would like to have 1,000 candy-filled eggs to hide for children at Buford Park on April 13. Eggs can be dropped off at Vanna’s Pop Up Shop 233 Linda Drive, Suite F, on Saturdays. To make arrangements for pick up call Whitney Rolandat 903-348-8725. All Sulphur Springs youth...

Read More
Tri County RFL Plans April 6 Dinner for Cancer Survivors
Mar23

Tri County RFL Plans April 6 Dinner for Cancer Survivors

Tri County Relay For Life Committee will honor cancer survivors at 6 p.m. Saturday, April 6 with a special survivors dinnner, at Shannon Oaks Church, 1113 East Shannon Road.“This is for survivors and their caregivers. This is a new location for us,” said Tri County RFL Committee Chair Gina Giguere.This will be a special time for cancer survivors to fellowship with others who have battled or are also battling cancer,...

Read More
Tradin’ Post for Friday, March 22nd, 2019
Mar22

Tradin’ Post for Friday, March 22nd, 2019

Found: a black angus, or could be a brama, bull. Strayed to a pasture on County Road 2426. If this is your bull, or for more details, please call 972-489-4012 or 903-885-7092. For Sale: Music Equipment. Guitars, PA systems, mixing board. pre-amplifier and speakers. Bass Amplifier. Peavey brand on most Call for more information and pricing (903) 438-9377. For Sale: a “newly built” chicken coup. Measures 4X4. It is five and...

Read More
Proposed C.A.R.E. Center Visionaries Speak Out on World Downs Syndrome Day
Mar22

Proposed C.A.R.E. Center Visionaries Speak Out on World Downs Syndrome Day

Rene and Clay wear colorful socks to observe World Downs Syndrome Day on March 21and invite all interested persons to a Vision Meeting at Sulphur Springs City Hall on Monday March 25, 2019 starting at 5:30pm where their vision for a C.A.R.E. Center will be revealed. Rene Aguilar and Clay Pirtle each came to be caretakers of special needs family members through different paths. Clay and his wife were informed that their unborn child...

Read More