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Wildcat Park Dedication Ceremony
Apr20

Wildcat Park Dedication Ceremony

Tonight, April 20th 2018, was the official Grand Opening for the new baseball fields in Wildcat Park. Superintendent Mike Lamb began the dedication by thanking the fans, taxpayers and school board members. He continued to thank the baseball coaches.  Lamb offered a special thank you to the maintenance crew, and local vendors for all their hard work and support. Lamb explained that the building, upkeep and support “is a community...

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Channel 18 News Friday, April 20, 2018
Apr20
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Davidson Withdraws From City Council Place 1 Race
Apr20

Davidson Withdraws From City Council Place 1 Race

Justin Davidson, Candidate for Sulphur Springs City Council Place 1 has announced that he will be withdrawing from the May 5, 2018, election for City Council. In Davidson’s official statement, he stated the following: “With disappointment, anger and frustration and against my better judgement, I must withdraw my candidacy for City Council. Small town big brother, you win! The personal threats against me and my family,...

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North East Texas Children’s Museum Takes Step Towards the Future
Apr20

North East Texas Children’s Museum Takes Step Towards the Future

    A KSST Morning Show visit with Northeast Texas Children’s Museum Sharline Freeman and Museum Board of Directors President Donna Tavener shed some light on an important upcoming event for the educational needs of children in the ever-expanding area of outreach by the Museum. Plan to attend the Silent Auction and bid on fossil-hunting trips, horseback riding lessons, a flyover, a Taste of Sulphur Springs Restaurants...

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Complete Video Presentation: Chamber of Commerce City Council Candidate Forum
Apr20

Complete Video Presentation: Chamber of Commerce City Council Candidate Forum

In one hour and 17 minutes, five candidates for three places on the Sulphur Springs City Council presented opening and closing statements and answered submitted questions regarding their individual view of the past, present, and future of the city during a Thursday night, April 19, 2018, candidates forum sponsored by the Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce at the Sulphur Springs Middle School. Place 1 candidates, challenger Erica...

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Channel 18 News, Thursday, April 19, 2018
Apr19
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Major Fundraiser for Rotary Club…’Claws for a Cause’ April 28, Downtown!
Apr19

Major Fundraiser for Rotary Club…’Claws for a Cause’ April 28, Downtown!

Whether you call them mudbugs or crawdads, if you love a crawfish boil, you shouldn’t miss our very own annual food-and-fun event, the “Claws for a Cause” Rotary Crawfish Boil”! It’s Saturday April 28, 2018 starting at 5 pm on Celebration Plaza in attractive downtown Sulphur Springs. Advance tickets are on sale now at $25 each at local banks or through Facebook clawsforacause/ssrotarycrawfishboil. Tickets...

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Freedom Ball Garners $82,600 for Veteran’s Memorial
Apr19

Freedom Ball Garners $82,600 for Veteran’s Memorial

As a result of the Hopkins County Freedom Ball 2018, $82,600 will be available to fund the engraving of names, maintenance, and the kiosk at the Hopkins County Veteran’s Memorial located in downtown Sulphur Springs. Organizers announced the results of the fund raiser conducted recently at the Canyon Creek Event Center. Additional funds will also be made available thanks to the commitment to monthly contributions made during the...

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Channel 18 News, Wednesday April 18, 2018
Apr18
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Lowen Withdraws from Place 3 City Council Race
Apr18

Lowen Withdraws from Place 3 City Council Race

Andy Lowen has withdrawn from the May 5th Sulphur Springs City Council race. Lowen had filed for Place 3 on the council but had kept a low profile during the campaign thus far. Lowen had sought a place on the council in past...

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