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A Modern Day Dr. Dolittle
Feb25

A Modern Day Dr. Dolittle

A low mechanical buzz fills the air as Dr. Denise Fowler inserts a long pole with a flat-tipped grinder into the large white gelding’s mouth. The sedated horse blinks lazily as Fowler and her team brush and grind his teeth. As she files off the sharp edges and cleans his teeth, a new smell emanates from the horse’s mouth, it’s as if someone’s opened a fresh bag of Doritos mixed with the smell of fresh hay. Dr. Fowler pauses her work...

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Texas Science and Engineering Fair Seeking Judges for Virtual 2021 Competition
Feb23

Texas Science and Engineering Fair Seeking Judges for Virtual 2021 Competition

AUSTIN – Over 700 Texas middle and high school students will present their outstanding projects virtually as part of the 2021 Texas Science and Engineering Fair (TXSEF). The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) continues its commitment to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education and the success of tomorrow’s workforce by co-sponsoring the event for the 20th consecutive year with ExxonMobil. As a community supported...

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Friday: Weather-Related Closures, Schedule Changes, Postponements
Feb18

Friday: Weather-Related Closures, Schedule Changes, Postponements

With several inches of snow already covering the ground, another wintry storm on Wednesday night brought more snow and ice making travel difficult and dangerous until temperatures rise to allow thaw. Schools and organizations have reported weather-related closures and schedule changes as a safety precaution. Those weather-related schedule changes reported to KSST include: Schools Sulphur Springs ISD will remain closed and remote...

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Oncor Cites Poor Grid Conditions As Cause Of Extended Instead of Rolling Outages For Some
Feb16

Oncor Cites Poor Grid Conditions As Cause Of Extended Instead of Rolling Outages For Some

Civic Center Continues To Serve As Warming Center For Those Without Heat; Rides To Civic Center Available For Those Who Need To Get Warm Power continues to be an issue for many across the state Tuesday. The numbers in Hopkins County increased from 3,109 Oncor customers and 28 Farmers Electric customers without power at 12:10 p.m.. Feb. 16 to 4,155 Oncor customers and 951 FEC customers without power in Hopkins County at 12:30 p.m. Feb....

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Tuesday: Weather-Related Closures, Schedule Changes
Feb15

Tuesday: Weather-Related Closures, Schedule Changes

With several inches of snow covering the ground and another wintry storm predicted, schools and organizations have reported weather-related closures and schedule changes as a safety precaution. Those weather-related schedule changes reported to KSST include: Schools Sulphur Springs ISD will remain closed and remote instruction is canceled Tuesday-Friday, February 16- 19, due to power outages and dangerous weatherNorth Hopkins ISD is...

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Monday: Weather-Related Closures, Schedule Changes
Feb15

Monday: Weather-Related Closures, Schedule Changes

With a dusting of snow covering icy roads and more snow and another wintry predicted, several organizations have reported weather-related closures and schedule changes as a safety precaution. Those weather-related schedule changes reported to KSST include: Schools North Hopkins ISD is closing on-site class until further notice until at least mid-week. NHISD administrators will provide an update when classes will resume on-site. Remote...

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Monday: Weather-Related Closures, Schedule Changes
Feb14

Monday: Weather-Related Closures, Schedule Changes

With a dusting of snow covering icy roads and more snow and another wintry predicted, several organizations have reported weather-related closures and schedule changes as a safety precaution. Those weather-related schedule changes reported to KSST include: Schools North Hopkins ISD is closing on-site class until further notice until at least mid-week. NHISD administrators will provide an update when classes will resume on-site. Remote...

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This Week’s Friday Trash Pick Up Rescheduled In Sulphur Springs
Feb12

This Week’s Friday Trash Pick Up Rescheduled In Sulphur Springs

Trash pick up has been rescheduled this week for City of Sulphur Springs residents who normally would have their garbage collected on Friday. Trash will be picked up on Saturday, Feb. 13.  

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Public Notice: City Of Cumby Resolution No. 2021-01
Feb01

Public Notice: City Of Cumby Resolution No. 2021-01

Cumby City Council approved the follow, Resolution No. 2021-01, at a special Jan. 28 meeting. The City of Cumby is also currently accepting applications for a city secretary. The application is available on Indeed.com. Cumby City Council Resolution 2021-01; Applications for city secretary available on indeed.com

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Winnsboro Police Department Media Report — Nov. 2-8, 2020
Nov10

Winnsboro Police Department Media Report — Nov. 2-8, 2020

The Winnsboro Police Department media report for the week of Nov. 2-8, 2020, included the following activity:  Winnsboro Police Department Arrests Christopher Wilson, 35 years of age, of Winnsboro was arrested on 11/03/2020 for assault causing bodily injury- family violence and interference with emergency request for assistance.Alejandro Velazquez, 22 years of age, was arrested on 11/06/2020 for DWI, 2nd offense.Rodney Ferguson, 54...

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