Sulphur Times-Democrat

Eldred, Borders, Stewart Place High In Rock Creek Invitational

Eldred, Borders, Stewart Place High In Rock Creek Invitational

by Whitt Carter The annual Rock Creek Invitational saw several Sulphur track and fi eld athletes...

Boys Finish 4th In PV Golf Tournament

Boys Finish 4th In PV Golf Tournament

by Whitt Carter The Sulphur boys golf team continued their strong play as of late, fi nishing...

Citizens Turn Out In Big Numbers To Clean Up Sulphur

Citizens Turn Out In Big Numbers To Clean Up Sulphur

by Mike West Sulphur cares about cleaning up the city. A key indicator of this fact was the more...

Options Available In Emergency Notification System

Options Available In Emergency Notification System

by Mike West Murray County 911 and Emergency Management Director Gary Ligon wants to get the word...

  • Eldred, Borders, Stewart Place High In Rock Creek Invitational

  • Boys Finish 4th In PV Golf Tournament

  • Citizens Turn Out In Big Numbers To Clean Up Sulphur

  • Options Available In Emergency Notification System


Options Available In Emergency Notification System

by Mike West

Murray County 911 and Emergency Management Director Gary Ligon wants to get the word out about the new notification system that was installed recently. The software offers choices for citizen notification of emergencies of many kinds. It’s not just about tornado warnings anymore, Ligon explained.

Citizens Turn Out In Big Numbers To Clean Up Sulphur

by Mike West

Sulphur cares about cleaning up the city. A key indicator of this fact was the more than 135 citizens who gave up their Saturday morning, April 11 to pick up litter all over town.
The numbers were a big increase over last year, when about 40 showed up.

Girls Win Three Straight, Lose To Ranked Davis

by Whitt Carter

The Sulphur Lady Bulldogs continued their hot play as of late, winning three of four games and several in big fashion. The No. 18 Lady Dogs runruled Byng 12-4, Dickson 18-0 and beat Madill 10-5 before losing to Class 4A No. 3 Davis 12-7. “We played great all week long,” said Sulphur head coach Heath Gilbert.

Boys Finish 4th In PV Golf Tournament

by Whitt Carter

The Sulphur boys golf team continued their strong play as of late, fi nishing fourth at Pauls Valley last week. The Dogs fi nished with a team score of 389, behind Blanchard (325), Pauls Valley (326) and Kingston (331).

OSD Reading Team Wins 4th In Nat’l Competition

A group of middle school students from the Oklahoma School for the Deaf recently traveled to Washington D.C. to compete in the Gallaudet University National Battle of the Books. OSD entered the competition in November for the first time. The school’s Green Team division was among 22 schools competing nationwide. The team advanced to playoffs in January and then to the national level.

Students Connect With Armed Forces Past And Present

This year, Sulphur Middle School students have made a connection with the United States armed forces throughout many projects. In November all students learned about the meaning of Veteran’s Day during their Citizenship and Freedom Week studies. Eighth graders in their American History classes taught by Carleena Day and Woody Haigood, interviewed veterans in their family and shared essays with their classes.