LoginCreate an account

  Username: Password:
Home News-Telegram News

Local News

Marynell Bryant uncovers history’s mysteries in library

User Rating: / 1

For many, uncovering the mysteries of their family tree creates an indescribable connection to a time-forgotten legacy. Finding out a lineage might be filled with pirates, war heroes or having connections to famous historic events can paint a colorful personal history for those daring enough to do the research. 


Get ready for Pigskin Pick ‘Em

The Pigskin Pick ‘Em contest that debuted in the News-Telegram three years ago returns this season with weekly cash prizes and a bonus for guessing all games correctly.


Meal A Day looking for drivers

Meal A Day is in serious need of volunteer cooks and drivers several days during the week.

The program provides balanced, nutritious lunches that are delivered to senior citizens who are unable to prepare meals for themselves and have no one to do so for them as well as served at a low cost to patrons of the Senior Citizens Center. The program operates weekdays, with helpers cooking meals in the morning so they can be delivered or served by lunch time.


‘Down Home Living Magazine’ debuts today

Echo Publishing Company’s newest venture, ‘Down home Living Magazine,’ debuts today as first editions of the publication are delivered to various homes in Sulphur Springs. More editions will go out next week locally, as well as to homes in Greenville, Paris, Mount Pleasant and Mount Vernon.


Waterloo to Zulu

For almost 50 years, Sulphur Springs lawyer W.T. Allison has been enthralled with tiny metal soldiers. After spending a lifetime collecting more than 13,000 figurines spanning the Battle of Waterloo to the Zulu Wars, Allison is more in love with his hobby than ever. 

Page 10 of 1421



mySSnews Login

User Menu