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Wildcats Football Struggle Against Bulldogs

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Wildcats Football Struggle Against Bulldogs

Royse City Defense Bottles Up Wildcats as Bulldogs Take 36-9 Win in SS Homecoming Game The experienced Royse City defense gave the Wildcats Football Fits Friday night (September 20) as the Bulldogs took a 36-9 victory in the Homecoming game at Gerald Prim Stadium. The Wildcats actually got on the scoreboard first. After the teams traded interceptions (Chase Haney got the Wildcats pick), the Wildcats got a safety with the Royse City deep snapper sent the snap well over the head of Bulldogs’ punter Payton Petroff. The Wildcats led 2-0....

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Paris District Road Report for the week of Sept. 23, 2019

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Paris District Road Report for the week of Sept. 23, 2019

Paris — Here’s a look at work planned in Delta, Lamar and Red River Counties during the week of Sept. 23, 2019. These schedules are subject to change due to weather conditions, equipment failure or other unforeseen issues. Motorists are advised to remain alert and pay special attention to all signs, barricades and traffic controls, and reduce their speed as they approach and travel through work zones.They should also avoid distractions such as cell phones, eating, drinking, or car audio or navigation systems. Paris Area (Delta,...

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Wildcats Football Team Wants to Get Into Win Column Versus Royse City For Homecoming Friday

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Wildcats Football Team Wants to Get Into Win Column Versus Royse City For Homecoming Friday

It’s Homecoming and the Wildcats Football Team hopes to break into the win column against high flying opponent Royse City Friday (September 20) at 7:30 p.m. at Gerald Prim Stadium. The confident Bulldogs come in with a 2-0 record after solid wins over Frisco Centennial, 28-7 and Garland, 37-14. This is the Bulldogs district opener as they had a bye last week while all other district teams were in action. The Wildcats are 0-3 after a home loss to Frisco Wakeland, 53-17 and road losses at Lovejoy, 34-27 and at Terrell, 15-13 in their...

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Paris Junior College Announces Distinguished Alumni Awards

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Paris Junior College Announces Distinguished Alumni Awards

Two Selected for the 2019 PJC Distinguished Alumni Award PJC Distinguished Alumni Two lifelong friends have been selected as posthumous recipients of the Paris Junior College 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award, according to PJC President Dr. Pam Anglin. The late Barney W. Bray, III, Class of 1964 and Thomas Cedric “Tommy” Townsend, Class of 1963 will be honored during PJC’s 2019 Homecoming festivities November 9 at the Love Civic Center. Bray passed away July 30, 2018 and Townsend died November 18, 2013. TheDistinguished Alumni Award is the...

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Epilepsy Awareness Fundraiser at Backstory Brewery

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Epilepsy Awareness Fundraiser at Backstory Brewery

November 16, 2019 at the Backstory Brewery in Sulphur Springs, a fundraiser will be held to help develop a cure for epilepsy. For more information call 903 703 8123 or 903 669 5403.

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Wildcats Football JV and Freshmen Teams Play Thursday Night

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Wildcats Football JV and Freshmen Teams Play Thursday Night

For those who just can’t wait until Friday night for football, I give you Thursday (September 19) night lights. Actually these games start early enough that they may be done before the sun goes down. The Wildcats JV will be playing the Royse City JV this evening at Royse City. Game time is at 6 p.m. Meanwhile at Gerald Prim Stadium, the Bulldogs freshmen team will be taking on the Wildcats freshmen. Game time is also at 6 p.m. The Sulphur Springs Middle School Seventh Grade will have intramurals on Saturday morning at 9 a.m. and 10 a.m....

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Royse City Football Coach David Petroff is in His Seventh Year as Bulldogs Head Coach

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Royse City Football Coach David Petroff is in His Seventh Year as Bulldogs Head Coach

David Petroff is the Head Football Coach of the Royse City Bulldogs, who the Wildcats play Friday night (September 20) on Homecoming at Gerald Prim Stadium. Petroff is in the seventh year in Royse City. It’s his first head coaching job. Previously he was defensive coordinator at Waco Midway and was an assistant at Frisco High School. The Bulldogs are off to a 2-0 start this season with non-district wins over Frisco Centennial and Garland. Royse City had a bye last week. Coach Petroff said the Bulldogs have been much improved this season...

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October – Good Things Coming! by Johanna Hicks

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October – Good Things Coming! by Johanna Hicks

September seemed to have flown by! With October quickly approaching, thoughts turn to cooler weather, trees changing colors, pumpkins, and roasted marshmallows. At our Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Office, things are buzzing as we prepared for numerous events and programs. Below is a sampling: National 4-H Week Kick-off: October 6-12, 4-H members and leaders all across the nation will be recognizing the impact of the 4-H program. In Hopkins County, we will start the week on Monday, October 7 with the reading of the 2019 4-H Proclamation by...

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NETBIO Sale Results

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NETBIO Sale Results

NETBIO producers sell 4,634 head of cattle Producers sold 4,634 head of pre-conditioned cattle at the September Northeast Texas Beef Improvement Organization (NETBIO) sale held Wednesday in the Sulphur Springs Livestock Commission auction market. “We had a lot of good cattle consigned to the sale and there was a lot of interest from the buyers — both those at the sale and some buying over the Internet,” said David Fowler, co-owner of the livestock commission. He said a total of 1,181 head sold to buyers over the Internet. “Producers continue...

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