LoginCreate an account

Home News-Telegram News

Local News

SMU professor of Wesley studies speaking at Faith Alive series Sunday, Monday

Dr. Billy Abraham, who received his doctoral degree from Oxford before serving as a Methodist minister in Ireland and the U.S. and becoming the professor of religious philosophy at SMU, will be the guest speaker at the 16th Annual Faith Alive Preaching Series, scheduled this Sunday and Monday at First United Methodist Church.


Nehemiah Foundation plans to build 4 new homes

The Nehemiah Foundation Board of Directors has agreed to construct four new homes as funding becomes available.

Completion date for middle school pushed back again

Construction updates, bond refunding and improvements to Gerald Prim Stadium were among the topics of discussion at Monday’s Sulphur Springs Independent School District board meeting.

Pipeline blocked from crossing Lamar County farm; protest rally planned in Paris Friday

PARIS, Texas (AP) — Owners of a northeast Texas farm have obtained a court order to block TransCanada from crossing the farm with a proposed pipeline planned to carry Canadian oil to refineries along the Texas Gulf coast.


Meal A Day running low on volunteer drivers

Two people with an hour on their hands, a valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle are being sought to help out a program that provides a daily meal to shut-ins, disabled and elderly Sulphur Springs residents.
Page 867 of 1561



mySSnews Login

User Menu