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Noble Leaving CNRA For Colorado Position

Noble Leaving CNRA For Colorado Position

Chickasaw National Recreation Area Superintendent Bruce Noble announced, “I am taking another...

Ex-Teacher Waives Preliminary Hearing

Ex-Teacher Waives Preliminary Hearing

A Sulphur woman facing two counts of forcible sodomy and two counts of second degree rape in...

Dogs Lose Key District Game To Outlaws, 24-6

Dogs Lose Key District Game To Outlaws, 24-6

by Whitt Carter Several big plays through the air from the Marlow offense and a long weather...

Cross Country Teams Gearing Up For Regionals

Cross Country Teams Gearing Up For Regionals

by Whitt Carter Sulphur cross country teams are gearing up for regionals, as the fall season...

  • Noble Leaving CNRA For Colorado Position

  • Ex-Teacher Waives Preliminary Hearing

  • Dogs Lose Key District Game To Outlaws, 24-6

  • Cross Country Teams Gearing Up For Regionals


Ex-Teacher Waives Preliminary Hearing

A Sulphur woman facing two counts of forcible sodomy and two counts of second degree rape in alleged incidents that occurred about one year ago at her rural Sulphur home, waived her right to a preliminary hearing last Wednesday and will be formally arraigned at 9:00 a.m. on October 22 in the Carter County Courthouse.

Noble Leaving CNRA For Colorado Position

Chickasaw National Recreation Area Superintendent Bruce Noble announced, “I am taking another job.” Noble made the announcement at last Wednesday’s Sulphur Chamber of Commerce meeting. Noble said he will be moving in December to Colorado to the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park.

Cross Country Teams Gearing Up For Regionals

by Whitt Carter

Sulphur cross country teams are gearing up for regionals, as the fall season nears end. Regionals will be October 25 and assignments will be out this Friday. Head coach Terry Neal has been encouraged with his team this year, especially after moving up a class to 4A. “Our regional assignments come out this week and it’ll be tough to qualify our teams, since we moved up to 4A this year,” said Neal. “Our athletes have worked hard and we’re excited to go compete.”

Dogs Lose Key District Game To Outlaws, 24-6

by Whitt Carter

Several big plays through the air from the Marlow offense and a long weather delay at halftime were too much for the Bulldogs to overcome in a pivotal district 3A-4 matchup Friday night, as Sulphur fell 24-6 at Outlaw Field. Marlow quarterback Braeden O’Dell was 11-of-16 for 230 yards and two scores. Logan Knox caught seven of those passes for 219 yards, including the 32 and 24 yard touchdowns, as well as a 55-yard pass play on the Outlaws opening drive to set up Marlow’s first score.

Elementary Students Learn Fire Safety Procedures

by Mike West

Students at Sulphur Elementary School observed Fire Prevention Week from Sunday, Oct.5 through Saturday, Oct. 11. During the school week, presentations by Sulphur Fire Department were conducted at the school. That week, hardworking firemen brought a fire truck and an accident rescue truck to the school. Students toured the vehicles, and heard a presentation on fire safety and prevention.

OSD Students Enjoy Classroom At Veterans Lake

by Mike West

Blame it on the snakes! Students from Kindergarten to sixth grade at Oklahoma School for the Deaf held their semi-annual Outdoor Classroom at Chickasaw National Recreation Area due to their own outdoor area currently being infiltrated by snakes. The school’s primitive rocky acreage south of the main campus was used for the Spring outdoor classroom May 5-7, according to coordinator Jan Carter.