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PJC Holding Information Sessions on Loan Availability in the Fall
Jun18

PJC Holding Information Sessions on Loan Availability in the Fall

Paris Junior College will begin participating in the William D. Ford Federal Direct Stafford Loan Program starting with the 2018 fall semester. To examine and determine loan requirements, weekly information sessions will be held now through August 16 about the application process. The fall semester starts August 27. “PJC has set up a stringent application process for the new loan program,” said PJC President Dr. Pam Anglin. “There are...

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TAMUC Offers Summer Fun for Almost Everyone
Jun17

TAMUC Offers Summer Fun for Almost Everyone

By Laura Owens Texas A&M Commerce is hosting their FALL New Student Orientation this summer.  Students arrived on June 14th to find energetic upperclassmen who were eager to help them get started. Students experienced several informational sessions around the campus, took identification card pictures and set up accounts.  The day ended with a rally in the auditorium and special interest sessions. The day was filled with fun and...

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PJC-Sulphur Springs: Math Anyone? Register for Summer or Fall
Jun15
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Meet Dairy Festival Contestants #7 and #8, Lucia and Caitlyn
Jun14

Meet Dairy Festival Contestants #7 and #8, Lucia and Caitlyn

It’s a full week of rehearsals for the eight Dairy Festival contestants on the stage of the SSISD Auditorium inside the Civic Center. That’s where the Coronation Pageant will be held on Saturday June 16th at 7 pm. Tickets will be $10 at the door, and the exciting evening will be filled with beauty, creativity and talent. Let’s meet the final two contestants from a KSST Morning Show interview held on Thursday June 14,...

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Lil’ 4’s Kids Club Director Letitia Conliff of Sulphur Springs Featured on “The View”, Receives Major Funding
Jun13

Lil’ 4’s Kids Club Director Letitia Conliff of Sulphur Springs Featured on “The View”, Receives Major Funding

Seven years ago, this gracious woman decided to open her arms and her heart to the “inner city” kids in Sulphur Springs who had no “safe haven” or positive place to go after school. Letitia Conliff did not have a lot of money and really no place to open an after-school program, but she has done it anyway. At a small building she rents near downtown Sulphur Springs, she prepares and serves a light afternoon meal...

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Meet Dairy Festival Contestants # 4, #5 and #6,  Cameron, Harley and Abbie
Jun13

Meet Dairy Festival Contestants # 4, #5 and #6, Cameron, Harley and Abbie

We’re counting down the days until the Hopkins County Dairy Festival Pageant takes place on Saturday June 16, 2018 at 7 pm onstage in the SSISD Auditorium inside the Civic Center. Let’s meet three more “dairy debutante” contestants! Contestant #4 Cameron Horton has proven her cow milking skills by winning the hands-on contest last weekend. Her ride in a hot air balloon was so exhilarating that she plans to crew...

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School Board Notes Campus Improvements, Summer Activities, Action Items During June Meeting
Jun13

School Board Notes Campus Improvements, Summer Activities, Action Items During June Meeting

New signs are being erected at Primary Schools and Douglass ECLC has a new sign with the correct spelling of the name of the school—Douglass. This information and more was presented to the Sulphur Springs School Board Tuesday night during their June session. Along with the signs, other physical changes are being made to buildings in the district as well. At Lamar Primary School, additional parking area is being constructed along...

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Personnel Changes at SSISD Approved in June Board Meeting
Jun13

Personnel Changes at SSISD Approved in June Board Meeting

Tuesday evening during the SSISD Board meeting,  a number of personnel changes were noted. Among the resignations was Wildcat Defensive Coordinator Triston Abron. Abron’s replacement in the slot, Alexander Guerra, was hired. Nicolus Wiggins, Head Boys Soccer Coach and Science Teacher, also resigned. Other resignations, new personnel, and personnel changes are noted below. Summer Contract- due to mid-term hire date Kaley...

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Four Sulphur Springs Middle School Students Participate in Envision’s Junior National Leadership Conference in D C
Jun12

Four Sulphur Springs Middle School Students Participate in Envision’s Junior National Leadership Conference in D C

(photos and story) by Brandon Williams Four Local SSMS Students Taking Part in Envision’s Junior National Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C. This summer, Jack Bain, Merrin Williams, Jocelyne Yanez, and Khira Young from Sulphur Springs, Texas, will join outstanding middle school students from across the nation to take part in a unique academic and career oriented development experience, Envision’s Junior National Leadership...

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Meet Dairy Festival Contestants #1, #2 and #3,  Kaitlyn, Cassidy and Alexis
Jun12

Meet Dairy Festival Contestants #1, #2 and #3, Kaitlyn, Cassidy and Alexis

This week on KSST Radio and Channel 18 TV, we will interview current Queen Jaci Reed and all eight contestants for the 2018 title of Hopkins County Dairy Festival Queen, in the order that they will appear on Pageant night. All the contestants entered as 17-year-old Juniors in local high schools, and all will be Seniors when school starts this Fall. Each is very excited about the Pageant on Saturday June 16 at 7 pm in the SSISD...

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