by Mike West
Marilyn Howe and Lauren Johnson were working in their new “elves workshop” recently, filling Christmas bags with toys, clothing, and books for kids. They are part of the “Santa’s Helpers” program here. The helpers are serving about 200 kids this year.
The theft of two all-terrain vehicles from a Sulphur residence in November has landed two men in area jails and one is facing an additional burglary charge in what was believed at the time a home invasion incident. The two men, Timothy David Miller, 30, Roff and Dillinger Cody Brumale, 24, Pickett, were charged last week in Murray County District Court.
Sulphur Youth Wrestlers competed in the Midwest City Tournament on December 6, winning two firsts and a second place medal. Pictured are, from left, Jody Primrose (2nd, Div. I, 49 lbs.), Landan Jones (1st, Div. 2, 46 lbs.) and Colten Kennedy (2nd, Div. 2, 64 lbs.).
by Whitt Carter
The Sulphur boys finished the Prague tournament with a 1-2 record last week, as they continue to improve as a young squad and build before Christmas break. Sulphur fell to Prague in the first round Tuesday 62-52 and Friday to Bristow in the loser’s bracket, 50-44, but rebounded nicely with a 64-59 win over Bridge Creek to end the tournament on a high note.
The Dance Center is inviting the public to attend their annual holiday production. This year’s show is “Mary Poppins and her Magical Christmas Bag.” The story takes place in Sulphur, where Mary Poppins has been hired to be a nanny to a set of beautiful twin girls.