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Cushman Show in Full Swing
Oct18

Cushman Show in Full Swing

Cushman Club members had a safety meeting then took to the streets of Sulphur Springs.  Even more scooters are now on display at the Civic Center.  And for the right price, you can own your very own Cushman Scooter. Cushman 2018 006 Cushman 2018 005 Cushman 2018 004 Cushman 2018 003 Cushman 2018 002 Cushman 2018 001 Cushman 2018...

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Tradin’ Post for Thursday, October 18th, 2018
Oct18

Tradin’ Post for Thursday, October 18th, 2018

For Sale: Western Style Dining Table, 8ft long and 2 benches. 3 Western Style end tables.  903 246 5766 We haul off junk, 903 330 4068 For Sale: (36)  8″ foundation bolts (normally $1.50)  selling for 50 cents each.  Also 3 bags of ties for rebar.   903-689-6750.  Or come by 501 Ingram St.  Ask for Thurman Free:  an alumina extension ladder.  If interested, or for more details, please...

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Hearts of Life Presents Diesel for Adoption
Oct18

Hearts of Life Presents Diesel for Adoption

Diesel Diesel is approximately 1-2 years old, medium in size and believed to be a Shepherd/Cattle dog mix.  He seeks your approval with almost everything he does.  Diesel is very well behaved.  He will walk and run with you on the leash as commanded.  He is not very fond of cats however.  Diesel’s adoption fee is $100.00 which includes all previous vetting, neuter and rabies shot. Please contact Hearts...

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Win A Pair of Tickets to Date Night at the Brewery
Oct17

Win A Pair of Tickets to Date Night at the Brewery

Like this story and make sure you like KSST’s Facebook page, and you could win a pair of tickets.  Enjoy a Taco Bar by Lefty’s Catering, live Music by Jason and the Alibis at the BackStory Brewery Thursday October 18th, 7PM. In conjunction with Help-A-Child Benefit, proceeds go towards children’s charities. A few tickets are still available for $25 each, just call 903-348-1878 for more information. Winner’s...

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Tradin’ Post for Tuesday, October 16th, 2018
Oct16

Tradin’ Post for Tuesday, October 16th, 2018

For Sale: (36)  8″ foundation bolts (normally $1.50)  selling for 50 cents each.  Also 3 bags of ties for rebar.   903-689-6750.  Or come by 501 Ingram St.  Ask for Thurman Free:  an alumina extension ladder.  If interested, or for more details, please call 903-885-3485. For Sale:  a 3m overhead projector.  “Still in the box.”  Asking $60.00 for it.  If interested, or for more info., please call, or text,...

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Candlelight Vigil Planned for Victims of Domestic Violence Moved to The ROC Due to Weather
Oct15

Candlelight Vigil Planned for Victims of Domestic Violence Moved to The ROC Due to Weather

The Safe-T Crisis Center of Sulphur Springs’ Outreach plans a Candlelight Vigil on Tuesday October 16, 2018 at 6:30pm in The ROC,  at 115 Putman Street. The event was previously planned to be conducted at Celebration Plaza. The purpose of the Vigil is to honor the silent voices and those who have lost their lives to domestic violence. Speakers will include Hopkins County Attorney Dusty Hyde Rabe, and domestic violence survivor...

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Central Baptist Church Invites Kids, Families for Autumn Events in October
Oct15

Central Baptist Church Invites Kids, Families for Autumn Events in October

According to Melinda Henderson of the Children’s Ministry at Central Baptist Church, two exciting October events are in place for local kids and families! On Saturday October 20, “Pick of the Patch” will begin at noon immediately after the end of the Hopkins County Fall Festival Parade. At Pick of the Patch, free hot dogs will be cooked by members of the Sheriff’s Department, and youngsters can enjoy bounce...

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Healthcare Foundation Joins “Bras for the Cause” to Raise Funds  for New 3-D Mammography Equipment
Oct15

Healthcare Foundation Joins “Bras for the Cause” to Raise Funds for New 3-D Mammography Equipment

Meredith Caddell, CEO Hopkins County Healthcare Foundation According to Meredith Caddell, CEO of the Hopkins County Healthcare Foundation, the local community has embraced the “Bras for a Cause” nation-wide event during October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month. A fundraising bra decorating contest is currently going on, with numerous displays set up in local businesses around the county. In addition to the Business Category,...

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Dinner Bell Menu For October 17, 2018
Oct14

Dinner Bell Menu For October 17, 2018

Dinner Bell October 17, 2018 Community Partner:   Nations Lending Corporation Menu:  Chicken ParmesanRice Pilaf Roasted VegetablesGarden SaladButtered French BreadLemon Cake To Die ForLemon Pudding (a no added sugar dessert) Same time (11:45 a.m.). Same place (Fellowship Hall of the First United Methodist Church). Hope you join us for this nourishing...

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Watch Out for Spooks on the Road By Johanna Hicks
Oct13

Watch Out for Spooks on the Road By Johanna Hicks

I’ve never been a big fan of Halloween because it has taken on a sinister, dark, and scary nature.  As a child, I enjoyed dressing up in a homemade costume and going from door-to-door with my older brother to procure those tasty treats.  We never had to worry about danger lurking around the corner or mischievous acts.  We just enjoyed seeing our neighbors and other kids enjoying the evening.  Times have changed, but there are still...

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