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Lady Cats Volleyball Bests Marshall Lady Mavs in Four
Sep18

Lady Cats Volleyball Bests Marshall Lady Mavs in Four

The Lady Cats volleyball team had another hard-fought district match on Friday, Sept. 17, this time against the Marshall Lady Mavs. Coach Bailey Dorner’s squad hosted the Lady Mavs in the SSHS Main Gym on Friday for Sulphur Springs’ third district match. The Lady Cats lost a nice lead in set one and unfortunately for the home team they would go on to lose the first set 26-24. Sets two and three were won by Sulphur Springs,...

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SSHS 2021 Homecoming Pre-Game Recognition
Sep18

SSHS 2021 Homecoming Pre-Game Recognition

The mood at Gerald Prim Stadium was festive Friday night, Sept. 17, as fans and alumni packed the stands for the Sulphur Springs High School 2021 Homecoming pre-game recognition and Varsity Wildcats Football versus the Crandall Pirates. The pre-game activities included recognition of the 11 young ladies nominated by the senior class to serve as the Homecoming Court. Each nominee was escorted by her parents or other family members onto...

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Wildcats Football Team Loses Track Meet With Crandall Lions on Homecoming
Sep17

Wildcats Football Team Loses Track Meet With Crandall Lions on Homecoming

It was a tale of two halves for the Wildcats’ Homecoming game versus Crandall.  The Wildcats lead 20-8 in the first half, but it did not last long, as the Pirates were able to take the lead 29-20 going in to the second half.  The visiting Crandall Pirates would go on to win 57-34 in both teams’ district openers. Not only that, but Crandall was able to score 42 straight before Sulphur Springs was able to punch it in the...

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Information From the Truck Driving Class at the Paris Junior College Sulphur Springs Campus
Sep17

Information From the Truck Driving Class at the Paris Junior College Sulphur Springs Campus

Truck driving instructor Robert Ashbreck, standing, reviews rules with students (from left) Larry Ponder, Laura Thompson and William Reed during a classroom session at the PJC-Sulphur Springs Center. To inquire about this and other workforce education programs at PJC, call 903-885-1232. Paris Junior College Sulphur Springs truck driving class at the Sulphur Springs campus

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Wildcats, Lady Cats Cross Country, Lady Cats Volleyball, and Homecoming Football Game On Deck Today
Sep17

Wildcats, Lady Cats Cross Country, Lady Cats Volleyball, and Homecoming Football Game On Deck Today

Homecoming Friday brings lots of Wildcats and Lady Cats sports today. At the time of this posting, Wildcats and Lady Cats cross country will already be participating in the Pine Tree Mark Darby Invitational, held in Longview. Coach Ross Hicks and his program will no doubt be hoping for equal or better results than last Saturday’s Hallsville Invitational, where the Wildcats placed fifth. The Wildcats cross country coach said...

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Constitution Week is September 17-23; View DAR Display in SS Public Library Foyer
Sep17

Constitution Week is September 17-23; View DAR Display in SS Public Library Foyer

Display was done by Marynell Bryant, who is Chapter Regent, Gail Boles who is Constitution Week Chairman and Sandy Noe. The items belong to various members. What is Constitution Week? Constitution Week is the commemoration of America’s most important document. It is celebrated annually during the week of September 17-23. The United States Constitution stands as a testament to the tenacity of Americans throughout history to...

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30 SSHS Students Kickoff Chick-fil-A Leader Academy
Sep17

30 SSHS Students Kickoff Chick-fil-A Leader Academy

Sulphur Springs High School kicked off a new program Wednesday designed to help students develop into effective leaders. The Chick-Fil-A Leader Academy is one of the largest leadership academies in America, with 110,000 students from over 1,050 schools in 40 states helping more than 2. 5 million people through impact projects since it launches in 3 schools in 2013. “Sulphur Springs Chick-Fil-A will be sponsoring our students as...

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A Lunch & Learn With Slaton, Hall, Part of 87th Legislature’s Town Hall Visits
Sep16

A Lunch & Learn With Slaton, Hall, Part of 87th Legislature’s Town Hall Visits

Approximately 50 persons took advantage of the opportunity over lunch Wednesday to hear an update directly from State Rep. Bryan Slaton and State Senator Bob Hall regarding the recent 87th Texas Legislature sessions, during a Lunch and Learn meeting. The town hall meeting on Sept. 15, 2021 was sponsored by the Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce, with Atmos Energy and Oncor as contributing sponsors, at Sulphur Springs Country Club....

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Lady Cats Golf Fall Schedule Finalized
Sep16

Lady Cats Golf Fall Schedule Finalized

Wildcats football head coach and athletic director Greg Owens earlier this week released the men and women’s golf schedules for the fall 2021 season. The season gets underway in just a few weeks at the beginning of October when the women’s junior varsity team takes part in their first tournament hosted by Pine Tree at the Woodhollow Golf Course, located in Longview. The fall 2021 season will tee off for the JV Lady Cats on...

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From the White House to Texas A&M University-Commerce: Alumnus Makes “Historic” Gift
Sep16

From the White House to Texas A&M University-Commerce: Alumnus Makes “Historic” Gift

COMMERCE, Texas — As a White House liaison for the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, Ted Crim was privileged to watch American history unfold from a front-row seat. Now, the Texas A&M University-Commerce alumnus will share his impactful life and career with the university through a bequest intention using both real estate and other personal property assets. A gift through a bequest is a simple and generous...

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