Walk Like MADD and Test Drive a Chevy
Jun18

Walk Like MADD and Test Drive a Chevy

MADD will be at Jay Hodge Chevrolet in Sulphur Springs 11AM till 2PM Saturday June 22nd, 2019. Swing by, purchase your chance to win the smoker/trailer combo, grab a free hamburger or hot-dog, and support Mother Against Drunk Driving. Need a new car? Take a test drive and Jay Hodge will donate even more to MADD.

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MADD: Win a Smoker and Trailer Friday
Jun17

MADD: Win a Smoker and Trailer Friday

MADD will be at Freddy’s Fast Cash 10AM till 3PM Friday June 21st, 2019. Swing by, purchase your chance to win the smoker/trailer combo, grab a free hot-dog, and support Mother Against Drunk Driving. Hot-dogs ready at 12PM; get’em before they run out. Need a loan? Talk to Freddie and get a chance to win cash money. Drawings at 11AM, 1PM, and 3PM.

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Beverley, Bill Owens To Co-Chair Hopkins County United Way 2019-20 Campaign
Jun05

Beverley, Bill Owens To Co-Chair Hopkins County United Way 2019-20 Campaign

Hopkins County United Way’s new board members, 2019-20 campaign co-chairs and theme, budget and allocations committee were announced Wednesday, June 5. Lifelong Hopkins County residents Beverley and Bill Owens were announced Wednesday as the co-chairs for Hopkins County United Way’s 2019-2020 fundraising campaign. “I am very excited for Bill and Beverley this year. We are here to be your support group. If you need...

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Meal A Day Benefits From Burgers and Fries Donation
May30

Meal A Day Benefits From Burgers and Fries Donation

Pictured from left: Kate DelCastillo, Jacky Cruz and Karon Weatherman Kate DelCastillo and Jacky Cruz presented a $1,225 from from Burgers and Fries to Karon Weatherman for the Meal A Day program. Burgers and Fries employees for years have donated all of their tips to Meal A Day. Customers also make donations for Meal A Day in a designated donation jar at Burgers and Fries. When the jar is full, Burgers and Fries staff donate all the...

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Rotary Club Grant and Scholarship Recipients
May30

Rotary Club Grant and Scholarship Recipients

The Rotary Club of Sulphur Springs met May 30, 2019, to present both grant and scholarship money to area recipients. 100% of the proceeds from Claws for a Cause 2019 were dispersed among the groups and individuals Rotary Club deemed most worthy. The 2019 event set new records for both pounds of crawfish eaten, and revenue generated. This in turn set new records for the amount of money given back to the community. These increases were...

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Brotherhood of the Mitchell Chapel C.O.G.I.C. Lunch
May17
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SSHS Spring Football Wraps Up
May15

SSHS Spring Football Wraps Up

Wildcats Varsity and JV Take on Gilmer in 7 on 7 Football Tuesday Night  The Wildcats’ 7 on 7 football teams, JV and Varsity, took on Gilmer Tuesday evening (May 14) in the Multipurpose Building. Both teams got in two games with the Buckeyes. In the first Varsity game, the Wildcats and Buckeyes tied, 35-35 with Gilmer scoring a touchdown right as the horn went off signaling the end of the game. Quarterback Noe Ponce led the...

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Relay For Life Supporters Pack The ROC Friday
May12

Relay For Life Supporters Pack The ROC Friday

Relay For Life Tri Counties-Texas wrapped up late Friday night with more than $40,000 raised online and during the annual American Cancer Society benefit and awareness event. Committee members shortly after midnight were still collecting funds, but said early estimates were for more than $40,000 collected for RFL, and counting. Donations can be made year round, and teams who wish to continue fundraising online and otherwise can do so...

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SSHS Football QB Coach Comments on Spring Football
May09

SSHS Football QB Coach Comments on Spring Football

Wildcats Football QB Coach Says Spring Football is Very Important for His Varsity Signal Callers The Wildcats’ football team has two players vying to be the starting varsity quarterback during spring workouts. They are Junior to be Kaden Walker, who is 6-foot-2 and 205 pounds, and senior to be Noe Ponce. Wildcats Quarterback Coach Mike Meador said he expects big things from Wallace. He said Wallace will surprise people how fast...

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* RFL Update: Teams Can Start Setting Up, Survivors Can Pick Up Shirts Starting At 2 p.m At The ROC
May09

* RFL Update: Teams Can Start Setting Up, Survivors Can Pick Up Shirts Starting At 2 p.m At The ROC

Relay for Life Tri Counties-Texas will be held Friday, May 10, rain or shine — just at a different location and with an abbreviated schedule. With predictions of rain for the next 48 hours, RFL Committee members Thursday afternoon made the decision not to cancel this year’s big event, but to move it about a block off Celebration Plaza inside The ROC, 115 Putman St. Event Chair Gina Giguere said they decided to err on the...

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