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Sulphur Springs FFA Members Recognized For Proficiency, Hard Work
May18

Sulphur Springs FFA Members Recognized For Proficiency, Hard Work

Several students were recognized earlier this week during the annual Sulphur Springs High School FFA Banquet for their successes and hard work. SSHS FFA had eight Leadership Development Teams and 16 students competing n a number of invitational contests as well as district and area contest in the fall. Those teams included: Greenhand Quiz Team – Cash Vititow, Hannah Sells, Brooklyn Burnside, and Beau BankstonChapter Quiz- Breanna...

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SSHS Seniors Awarded More Than $3.3 Million In Scholarships, Awards At Ceremony — Part 2
May18

SSHS Seniors Awarded More Than $3.3 Million In Scholarships, Awards At Ceremony — Part 2

Sulphur Springs High School seniors Thursday night received more than $3.3 million in scholarship offers and other awards. Several students were the recipient of more than one award, some received offers from more than one institution, others received large awards or multiple awards from their chosen school. Rhett Reid has been offered a $4,0000 Academic Achievement Award from the University of Texas at Tyler, a $24,000 University of...

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Channel 18 News:  Friday, May 17, 2019
May17
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Brotherhood of the Mitchell Chapel C.O.G.I.C. Lunch
May17
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SSHS Seniors Awarded More Than $3.3 Million In Scholarships, Awards At Ceremony — Part 1
May17

SSHS Seniors Awarded More Than $3.3 Million In Scholarships, Awards At Ceremony — Part 1

More than $3.3 million in scholarships, military and other monetary rewards were presented to seniors at the Sulphur Springs High School Awards Ceremony Thursday evening, May 16, at SSHS Auditorium at Hopkins County Regional Civic Center. Top graduates, UIL scholars, students who have earned Medical Assistant Certifications, Forrest Gregg MVP and James Cameron Fighting Heart Award recipients were also recognized during the program....

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CHRISTUS Stroke Team Offers Free “Stroke Awareness Lunch and Learn” at noon Wednesday May 22
May17

CHRISTUS Stroke Team Offers Free “Stroke Awareness Lunch and Learn” at noon Wednesday May 22

RN Byron Prince and RN Cassidy Cameron of the Stroke Team Within ongoing efforts to become designated a “Primary Stroke Center”, CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital of Sulphur Springs has begun an Acute Stroke Program. Facilitating this program is a special “Stroke Team” of professionals who can assess and assist persons experiencing stroke symptoms at the hospital Emergency Room. Because time is so important to...

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‘Chicks For Charity’ Non-Profit Makes SS Symphony League it’s Final Recipient
May17

‘Chicks For Charity’ Non-Profit Makes SS Symphony League it’s Final Recipient

Some of the organizers pictured during an earlier KSST interview L. to R. Dee Elliott, Mandy Kennedy, Peggy Deitze, Jane Sargent and Pennye West Chicks for Charity, a 501c3 non-profit charity organization operating in Hopkins County, has officially been dissolved as of May 16, 2019. This follows Chicks donations of several thousands of dollars which have made a large impact upon worthy local causes since it’s 2010 inception. The...

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Jefferson Man Jailed On Dallas County Warrant
May17

Jefferson Man Jailed On Dallas County Warrant

Brian Scott Greenhill A traffic stop by Cumby police early Thursday morning resulted in a 42-year-old Jefferson man’s arrest on a Dallas County forgery charge. Cumby Police Sgt. Ray Embro reported stopping a Chevrolet Aveo at 1:51 a.m. May 16 on Interstate 30 west at mile marker 108 for defective taillights. On contact, the driver was identified as 42-year-old Brian Scott Greenhill of Jefferson. A records check showed Greenhill...

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I-30 Traffic Stop Results In Recovery Of Stolen Trailer and Mower, 1 Arrest
May17

I-30 Traffic Stop Results In Recovery Of Stolen Trailer and Mower, 1 Arrest

Heriberto Reyes Sulphur Springs Police arrested a 33-year-old Jonesboro, Arkansas man early Thursday morning after he was found in possession of a cargo trailer that’d been reported to Arkansas authorities as stolen. Investigation later Thursday by Sulphur Springs Police revealed a mower in the unit also had been reported stolen. Sulphur Springs Police Cpl. Chris Rosamond reportedly stopped a Ford F250 pickup and cargo trailer...

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Dairy Festival is “Over the Moon in Dairyland” June 7-15
May17
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