This week’s Indian Pioneer Paper was recorded by W.P.A. fieldworker Maurice Anderson on May 3, 1937 at Mr. Richardson’s residence near Wynnewood, OK.

At a time when trust in government is at or near an all-time low, it is critical that Congress and the President do everything we can to ensure that American tax dollars are being well-spent.

This Indian Pioneer Paper was recorded by Margaret McGuire on September 25, 1937.


Brenda Pyle has been selected by her peers as the district’s Teacher of the Year. She is an English teacher for the 11th grade at Sulphur High School.

Sulphur native Todd Dilbeck is well known around the state of Oklahoma.

He’s been coaching and has been an administrator for 34 years, so that’s no surprise.

The Regional University System of Oklahoma regents announced Dr. Katricia G. Pierson as the next East Central University president.


The Sulphur boys got their biggest win of the season on Tuesday night, but suffered a tough loss in district play to Lone Grove on Friday, putting them in the loser’s bracket of the regional tourna

The Sulphur girls continue to play good basketball at the right time, as they beat Lone Grove in district play on Friday, 55-38.

The dust has settled and the brackets are set.

And Sulphur will have two familiar faces at the OSSAA State Wrestling Championships this weekend.

Sulphur Times-Democrat

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