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Tira News January 18th 2019
Jan18

Tira News January 18th 2019

By Jan Vaughn I don’t have much news this week, but I wanted to pass this along. I just learned that Beth Patterson, of Jefferson, passed away and was buried in the Tira Cemetery on January 4, 2019. Her husband, was the late Jerry Patterson. Please be in prayer for the family. I have to admit that I am not familiar with this couple. I would love to be able to share more about their connection to our community. Joyce Dodd would like to...

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Vegetable Grafiting- Tomato By Mario Villarino
Jan18

Vegetable Grafiting- Tomato By Mario Villarino

Since people first learned to graft plants, a myriad of grafting techniques have been developed. In The Grafter’s Handbook, Garner enumerates and describes some forty different grafts. Success in grafting depends not only on a technically correct graft but in preparation of the scion and rootstock for graftage. Equally critical are the optimum time for grafting, and proper aftercare. With high labor costs, only a few of the more...

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Easy, Breezy New Year’s Resolution By Johanna Hicks
Jan18

Easy, Breezy New Year’s Resolution By Johanna Hicks

             While eating more fruits and vegetables and parking as far away from the supermarket as possible will help improve your health in 2019, here’s a resolution that can impact the lives of others — as well as your own life.  Make a resolution in 2019 to focus on your driving and drive like you would want the person in front of you, behind you, and beside you to drive.                  On many occasions, I have found myself...

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Local Artist Displaying Western and Wildlife Paintings Around State
Jan17

Local Artist Displaying Western and Wildlife Paintings Around State

Local artist Edgar Sotelo Edgar Sotelo, a long-time resident of the Shirley Community in Hopkins County, is receiving increasing recognition in art circles across the state. About 20 of Sotelo’s Western paintings remain on display in a one-man show through January 2019 at the American Quarter Horse Association Hall of Fame and Museum in Amarillo. And this is not his first display at the AQHA Headquarters. He has been the...

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The MLK Social Justice Awards Event on Jan. 21   Will Celebrate the Life      and Legacy of Dr. King
Jan15

The MLK Social Justice Awards Event on Jan. 21 Will Celebrate the Life and Legacy of Dr. King

Organizer Dr. Lavelle Hendricks (left) and Dr. Mark Rudin, President of Texas A and M University, Commerce The 28th annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Awards Ceremony will be held in Sulphur Springs, Texas on MLK Day, Monday January 21, 2019 at 7pm. The location is Morning Chapel Missionary Baptist Church at 208 Fuller Street, where Dr. H.B. Nash is pastor. Dr. Lavelle Hendricks, Pastor at East Caney Missionary Baptist Church,...

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Winnsboro Police Report January 7-13, 2019
Jan15

Winnsboro Police Report January 7-13, 2019

Winnsboro Police made two arrests, responded to 120 calls for service, issued 26 citations and wrote 39 warnings during the report period January 7-13, 2019. There were no accidents reported. Klee Frazier, 55, of Winnsboro, was arrested January 7th on a Winnsboro Municipal warrant. Marta Patricia Torres-Regalado, 43, of Winnsboro, was arrested January 10th on multiple Winnsboro Municipal...

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Dinner Bell Menu For January 16, 2019
Jan14

Dinner Bell Menu For January 16, 2019

Dinner Bell January 16, 2019 Community Partner:   CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Hospital  Menu: Spaghetti and Meat Sauce Broccoli Salad with Bacon and Cheese—AKA Piggly Wiggly Salad Garlic Buttered French Bread  Pecan Pie Cake Orange Gelatin Dessert (the no sugar added dessert) Same time (11:45 a.m.). Same place (Fellowship Hall of the First United Methodist Church).Comfort food is the fare of the day. Come join...

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Chamber Sponsors Annual Law Enforcement/First Responder Appreciation Awards Dinner
Jan11

Chamber Sponsors Annual Law Enforcement/First Responder Appreciation Awards Dinner

Lezley Brown, CEO of the Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce, facilitated the annual Law Enforcement, Fire and First Responder Appreciation Awards Dinner held on Thursday January 10, 2019 at the Civic Center in Sulphur Springs. “Officer of the Year” and other recognitions were handed out by the various branches. A delicious ribeye steak dinner was provided by local attorney Jim McLeroy and his team of volunteer cooks. After...

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Greenville Entertaiment Series Offers Great Value During Membership Drive
Jan11

Greenville Entertaiment Series Offers Great Value During Membership Drive

Amy Melton, VP Membership of Greenville Entertainment Series As GES Vice President of Membership, Amy Melton is reaching out to Hopkins County residents who enjoy live musical performances. A total of six Season Passes to the Greenville Entertainment Series Season will be offered through KSST, KRVA and ksstradio.com during the mid-week of January 2019. Concerts presented by the Greenville Entertainment Series are performed on the...

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Tira News Jan 11th 2019
Jan11

Tira News Jan 11th 2019

By Jan Vaughn Kim and Lee Beck traveled to Lubbock to surprise son, Jackson Daily, on his 25th birthday. They stayed at the Woodrow House Bed and Breakfast that is owned by Jackson’s in-laws. Kim shared, “A big birthday celebration and New Year’s party rang in the new year with family and friends.” She adds, “Son, Jason Beck, came to visit last week on a break from Naval assignment in Washington, D.C. We are having a happy start to...

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