Dinner Bell Served by VFW
Sep18

Dinner Bell Served by VFW

The September 18th, 2019 Dinner Bell was served by members of the VFW Post 8560. The First United Methodist Church serves a free community meal each Wednesday at 11:45AM. Everyone is welcome to come and dine.

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Scott Kelby World Wide Photo Walk is October 5, Join in the Sulphur Springs Walk!
Sep18

Scott Kelby World Wide Photo Walk is October 5, Join in the Sulphur Springs Walk!

Would you like to participate in a world-wide art/culture event and never leave your home town? You can, on October 5, 2019! In addition to being open to amateur photographers in countries around the globe, persons who want to join in can do so in Sulphur Springs, thanks to the Downtown Business Alliance. Just meet at Whimsy Boutique and Wine Bar at 300 Connally Street at 9am, and join the group as it makes several stops for photo-ops...

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Arbala Haunted Woods: Closed Indefinitely
Sep18

Arbala Haunted Woods: Closed Indefinitely

  KSST spoke with Arbala Haunted Woods staff Wednesday morning.  They confirmed that the Arbala Haunted Woods closed their doors last year. If you know of another fall activity that KSST should share, email it to us at [email protected]  

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Get Ready!! Over 50 Vendors Coming to Brick Street Vintage Market on Saturday!
Sep18

Get Ready!! Over 50 Vendors Coming to Brick Street Vintage Market on Saturday!

Celebration Plaza will stretch it’s boundaries to accommodate the nearly 60 vintage market vendors coming to downtown Sulphur Springs on Saturday September 21, 2019! This growing interest is being showcased one day only this weekend by the Downtown Business Alliance of local merchants. If you like shopping for one-of-a-kind jewelry, handmade soaps and lotions, re-purposed farm implements, trendy home decor items and boutique...

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Tira News For Sept. 11, 2019
Sep18

Tira News For Sept. 11, 2019

By Jan Vaughn The Tira City Council met on Thursday, September 12th at the Tira Community Center for their quarterly meeting. The group voted to cancel the council election for November 5, 2019, since Mayor Allen Joslin and council members, Joyce Dodd and Janie Lewis were unopposed. Janie Lewis gave an update on the recent repairs at the center. Joyce Dodd shared that the Tira Food Pantry is running low. The quarterly financial report...

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Broadway Street Nearing Completion
Sep18

Broadway Street Nearing Completion

The Tennessee Street and Broadway Street intersection should be completed this week. Dump trucks are hauling in fresh asphalt Wednesday morning as crews work on leveling the roadway after an important drainage project. The area that has been prone to flooding for years has been improved with a new drainage structure under the road. TxDOT crews have been working diligently on the project that spans four lanes of traffic (and a left...

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State Validation for Heifers/Steers October 14
Sep18

State Validation for Heifers/Steers October 14

State Validation for heifers and county only steers scheduled for October 14, 2019 6:00 to 7:00 PM, Cattleman Veterinary Services. The mission of the youth livestock validation program is to promote a positive youth development environment focused on ensuring rules for livestock exhibition are being followed under the supervision of County Extension Agents and Agricultural Science Teachers. This helps to foster integrity, virtues, and...

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Chamber Connection – Sept. 19, 2019
Sep18

Chamber Connection – Sept. 19, 2019

The Chamber is celebrating a big day!!! We are hosting our very own Ribbon Cutting Celebration on Tuesday, October 1st at our new location, 110 Main Street in Sulphur Springs. We will host an Open House from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. with our ribbon cutting at noon. Please make plans to come celebrate with us! I have some more very exciting news! The Chamber of Commerce is currently selling our 2019 Hopkins County Christmas ornament. This...

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Wildcats Team Tennis Results Against T-High
Sep18

Wildcats Team Tennis Results Against T-High

Texas High Wins Team Tennis Match Over Wildcats But Mixed Doubles Gets a Win Progress comes in baby steps as Wildcats Team Tennis chips away at the Texas High dynasty in district play. The score Tuesday (September 17) in Texarkana was Texas High 18, Wildcats 1. The Wildcats mixed doubles team of Jonah Kirkpatrick and Jeauxleigh Cantu got the win. The Tigers have only surrendered four points to the Wildcats over the past thirteen...

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Lady Cats Volleyball Loses Close Match
Sep17

Lady Cats Volleyball Loses Close Match

Lady Cats Volleyball Drops Match at Home, 3-0 to Wylie East Tuesday The Lady Cats Volleyball Team was competitive in three matches at home against Wylie East but couldn’t get a win in a 3-0 loss Tuesday (September 17) in the main gym at Sulphur Springs High School. The score was 20-25, 21-25 and 21-25. In set one, the Lady Cats quickly fell behind 5-1 and never took the lead. The Lady Cats got to within one point twice during...

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