Greenville, TX


2022 SSHS Homecoming Royalty Announced

Homecoming mums, footballs, spirit items and other Wildcat gear washed the home side stands at Gerald Prim Stadium in Wildcat blue, sprinkled with gold and yellow as Sulphur Springs students, families and fans packed in to show support for the home team and see which of the 10 SSHS Homecoming nominees would receive crowns.

Texas A&M-Commerce routs NAIA’s North American U. 63-3

COMMERCE, Texas (AP) — Zadock Dinkelmann threw three touchdown passes to Andrew Armstrong and Texas A&M-Commerce staked NAIA-member North American University to a 3-0 lead before scoring 63 unanswered points for a 63-3 non-conference win on Saturday night. Texas A&M-Commerce (2-2) held the Stallions to just 18 total yards,...

Know This Man? Police in Wills Point, TX are Looking for a Suspected Burglar

The Wills Point, Texas Police Department is currently searching for a man suspected of the burglary of several vehicles. Recently, the Wills Point Police posted a query to the public on their Facebook page regarding the identity of a man caught on camera allegedly breaking into more than one car on September 22 in the very early hours of the morning--sometime between the hours of 12 a.m. and 4 a.m.

3 North Texas bakeries among best in Texas: Report says

North Texas is home to many of the best things in Texas, the Dallas Mavericks, Cowboys, Stars, Wings, FC Dallas, and that's just the sports teams. Food is one of the categories North Texas takes deep pride in and there's no shortage of great bakeries in the region.

One in Custody, One At Large After Sulphur Springs Chase

One man is in custody and one at large after a vehicle and foot chase in Sulphur Springs. The two men attracted the attention of Hopkins County Deputies when they observed driving a stolen Dodge Challenger bearing the license tags of a Kia. They took Eddie Ringo of Arkansas into custody, and Markevus Taggart, also of Arkansas, remains at large. They think the men are members of a ring of thieves who stole about 20 cars from an Ennis car dealership.

Calendar of events

MADD Northeast Texas Walk - Sept. 24 - 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. - Shannon Oaks Church. Corvette Club Corvette Show - all day - Saturday, Sep. 24. Lone Star Heritage Quilt Show - Saturday, Sept. 24 - 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. - The ROC in Sulphur Springs. Oct....

City of Fate celebrates groundbreaking for new three-story mixed-used building, The Horizon at Main

FATE, TX (Sept. 23, 2022) The Canales family broke ground yesterday morning on a new three-story mixed-use building called The Horizon at Main located at 200 E. Fate Main Pl. The family, their business JCK Concrete, City Council members, City staff, and members of the community were present to celebrate the momentous occasion. Many in attendance took turns shoveling dirt to signal the start of construction. As three other mixed-use buildings are currently under construction, this building will be the fourth of its type in Downtown Fate.

Threats Made Against Commerce HS

Commerce ISD was notified Wednesday morning about threats made on social media targeting students at the High school. The school district has removed the students involved, and Commerce High School Administration and ISD Police are investigating. Superintendent Charlie Alderman said there would be consequences.

Lady Wildcats roll past PTAA at home

The Sulphur Springs Lady Wildcats picked up another victory Tuesday by sweeping the Greenville PTAA Lady Panthers. This win gave them their second straight win to close out their non-district schedule. The first set would be dominated by the Lady Wildcats, as the Lady Panthers struggled right out of the gate. The Lady Wildcats would win the first set 25-5. The second set would see the Lady Panthers play better, as they scored more points than the previous set. But in the end, the Lady Wildcats would win the second set 25-18, extending their lead to 2-0.

49th Christmas Joys Holiday program

The month of October is knocking on the door, which means the annual Extension holiday program, “Christmas Joys” is not far behind! Formerly known as Christmas Show and Tell, this program was started by my predecessor, Janie Crump, and I have continued the legend. It is a highlight of the year for many people. Not only is it an entertaining program, but for me personally, it kicks off the holiday season! The 49th annual “Christmas Joys” program is on the calendar, and we are currently accepting reservations.