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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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Winnsboro Police Department Oct. 26-Nov. 1 Media Report
Nov03

Winnsboro Police Department Oct. 26-Nov. 1 Media Report

The Winnsboro Police Department Oct. 26-Nov. 1, 2020, media report included the following activity: Winnsboro Police Department Arrests No Arrests Calls for Service The Winnsboro Police Department responded to a total of 131 calls forservice during this reporting period. Citations The Winnsboro Police Department issued 32 citations and 44 warningsduring this reporting period.

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Franklin: State Parks To Remain Open Next Week
Mar14

Franklin: State Parks To Remain Open Next Week

Texas State Parks are open, and park staff are ready to welcome visitors for the day or for overnight stays, according to Texas State Parks Director Rodney Franklin. Outdoor spaces at state parks, Franklin said, are well suited to increased social distance, and park staff remain diligent in taking steps to make visits as safe and enjoyable as possible. Below is what Franklin said park visitors can expect from staff and how they can...

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AG Paxton Establishes Resource Webpage For Volunteer Security in Houses Of Worship
Mar12

AG Paxton Establishes Resource Webpage For Volunteer Security in Houses Of Worship

Press Release AUSTIN – Attorney General Ken Paxton today launched a webpage containing educational materials and resources for volunteer security teams to legally and effectively protect houses of worship. The webpage at www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/houses-worship details Texans’ constitutional rights, necessary laws and licenses related to carrying firearms, and training resources for security volunteers in houses of...

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Texas Joins Electronic Registration Information Center
Mar10

Texas Joins Electronic Registration Information Center

AUSTIN – The Office of the Secretary of State today announced that Texas will become the 30th state to join the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC), a non-profit consortium of member states. ERIC’s mission is to assist states in increasing voter participation and improving the accuracy of America’s voter rolls. ERIC is governed and managed by the member states, and was formed in 2012 with assistance from The...

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Burger Cook-off/Fundraiser To Benefit Local Schools: Tonight!
Aug03

Burger Cook-off/Fundraiser To Benefit Local Schools: Tonight!

By Savannah Owens Tableleaf and SS Dodge invite the public to gather tonight at 5pm at Backstreet Brewery to enjoy the cooking competition and taste some appetizers and sliders. All proceeds benefit SSISD schools. There are also numerous giveaways, and prizes free with the price of admission. Admission is a donation of $20 but if you get there early and test drive a Dodge truck, SS Dodge will cover the entry fee. There will also be...

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If You Can’t Stand the Heat—Neither Can Your Dog
Aug03

If You Can’t Stand the Heat—Neither Can Your Dog

By Savannah Owens Many people consider July to be the hottest time of summer, but a recent study from Forbes stated that August is the hottest month in East Texas. As those temperatures reach triple digits its important for you and your dog to practice ways to not overheat. source: Forbes.com Here are 10 tips to help your pets stay cool in the heat of the summer: 1.       Ice Water-One of the easiest...

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