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Early Voting Ends Friday In Democratic, Republican Party Primary Runoffs Elections
May19

Early Voting Ends Friday In Democratic, Republican Party Primary Runoffs Elections

Friday will be the last day to cast an early ballot in person in the Democratic and Republican Party Primary Runoffs, with Election Day following on Tuesday, May 24, 2022. Hopkins County residents may still vote early by personal appearance from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday-Friday, May 16-20, in the Hopkins County Justice of the Peace 2 Courtroom, 128G Jefferson Street, Sulphur Springs in either the Democratic or Republican Primary...

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Early Voting In Party Primary Runoff Elections Began This Morning, Continues Through Friday
May16

Early Voting In Party Primary Runoff Elections Began This Morning, Continues Through Friday

Early voting in the Democratic and Republican Party Primary Runoffs began this morning (May 16, 2022) and will continue through Friday, with Election Day following on Tuesday, May 24, 2022. Early voting in the Republican and Democratic Party Primary Runoff Elections will be conducted in Hopkins County Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace’s Courtroom at 128G Jefferson St. in Sulphur Springs from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 16-20, 2022....

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34 Resignations, 26 New Hires, 15 Other Personnel Changes Approved For SSISD
May10

34 Resignations, 26 New Hires, 15 Other Personnel Changes Approved For SSISD

Trustees accepted 34 resignations, approved 26 new hires and 15 other personnel changes for Sulphur Springs ISD during the regular school board meeting Monday evening May 9, 2022. The 75 personnel changes will affect every campus, including administration. Bush Primary First grade self-contained classroom teacher Monica Armstrong, kindergarten self-contained personnel Angel McCoy, third grade teacher Aleesa Morris, special education...

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SSHS Wildcats Win 3 Individual, 2 Team 2022 State Academic UIL Championships
May09

SSHS Wildcats Win 3 Individual, 2 Team 2022 State Academic UIL Championships

Sulphur Springs High School students brought home from the 2022 State Academic UIL Meet this past week three individual state championships and two team championships along with 8 other medals in 6 events. Individuals earning state championships were: Addisyn Wall – Barbara Jordan Historical Essay,Lausen Ost – Latino Historical Essay Contest, andShelby Ray – Literary Criticism. SSHS literary criticism team receive championship award...

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St. Philip’s Episcopal Church To Celebrate 150 Years May 1
Apr29

St. Philip’s Episcopal Church To Celebrate 150 Years May 1

KSST Owners Challenge Community To Match Donation To Help Raise Needed Funds To Restore Stain Glass Windows St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, 1206 College St., Sulphur Springs, Texas St. Philip’s Episcopal Church this Sunday will celebrate a big milestone – the church’s 150th anniversary as a mission in Sulphur Springs, Texas. Bishop Fraser Lawton of the Church of St. Dunstan in Mineola, who is also the assisting...

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April 13 Chamber Connection: Educational Lunch And Learn Coming Up On April 20
Apr13

April 13 Chamber Connection: Educational Lunch And Learn Coming Up On April 20

By Butch Burney Education will be the topic of the Chamber’s next Lunch and Learn, scheduled for 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, April 20, at The Oaks Bed and Breakfast. Cumby ISD faculty will be on hand to talk about their PTECH program and how student internships can benefit businesses and students alike. Sulphur Springs ISD Superintendent Mike Lamb will also be on hand to discuss the $93 million bond proposal that will go before...

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April 6 Chamber Connection – Lots of Upcoming Activities Planned This Month
Apr06

April 6 Chamber Connection – Lots of Upcoming Activities Planned This Month

Be A Super Hero April 7, Help With Kids Kingdom Rehab Weekend of April 22-23, School Days Lunch & Learn On April 20 By Butch Burney, Chamber CEO/President Kids Kingdom needs your help the weekend of April 22-23, just as it did when it was built 25 years ago. The Sulphur Springs Leadership Class has selected to rehab Mary Bonham’s Kids Kingdom in Buford Park. And just like when it was constructed quarter-century ago, everyone is...

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Sulphur Springs High School Designer Headed To State For Fourth Consecutive Year
Mar18

Sulphur Springs High School Designer Headed To State For Fourth Consecutive Year

A Sulphur Springs High School designer is once again headed to the state UIL competition. This year, AllieGrace Woodard has qualified to advance in two UIL theatrical design categories- Hair and Makeup, and Costumes contests. Both are areas she continues to shine in, SSHS reported Thursday evening. This year will be her fourth consecutive year Woodard has advance to state in theater design categories. In 2019, the high school designer...

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Hopkins County Voting Centers For March 1 Democratic & Republican Party Primary Elections
Feb28

Hopkins County Voting Centers For March 1 Democratic & Republican Party Primary Elections

Less Than 10% Of Registered Voters In Hopkins County Cast Ballots During Early Voting The early voting center in Hopkins County closed Friday with a total less than 10 percent of the county’s 24,310 registered voters casting ballots either in person or by mail. Republican and Democratic voters will have one more opportunity to select their choice from a list of candidates for state, national and local offices on Tuesday, March...

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NETLA, Area Youth Gearing Up For The 2022 Hopkins County Junior Market Livestock Show
Feb17

NETLA, Area Youth Gearing Up For The 2022 Hopkins County Junior Market Livestock Show

Northeast Texas Livestock Association (NETLA) and area youth are gearing up for the 2022 Hopkins County Junior Market Livestock Show, which kicks off Feb. 22 at Hopkins County Civic Center. The four-day event showcases livestock projects grown and agriculture mechanics projects constructed by Hopkins County FFA and 4-H members. 2021 ag mechanics project show entry The top rated projects from the livestock contest and show are...

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