Fall didn’t last long in the Sulphur area following a couple of rounds of frigid weather last week and a light dusting of snow late Sunday. However, the beauty of the season was captured in this submitted photo at Lincoln Bridge in Chickasaw National Recreation Area before trees lost their leaves after the two frigid blasts swept through the area.
by Mike West
The current Miss Oklahoma, Alex Eppler, told a rapt audience of Sulphur Intermediate students that “I was a NERD because I loved school.” She went on to explain the acronym N.E.R.D. for the students at an assembly Thursday, Nov. 13. The N, Eppler explained, stands for “Never give up!” The E is for “Encourage everyone.” R is for “Respect everyone.” D is for “Do your best.”
by Whitt Carter
The Sulphur boys basketball program enters 2014-2015 after it’s best two-year stretch since 1986-1987. The Bulldogs advanced to the area tournament for the second straight year – hadn’t been done since ‘86-87 – and won the conference championship for the first time since 2002.
by Whitt Carter
For two and a half quarters, Sulphur was right there with 9-1 and previously No. 1 ranked Seminole. But missed opportunities and turnovers were too much to overcome for the Dogs, as Sulphur fell to Seminole 35-7 in the first round of the playoffs Friday night at Chieftain Stadium.
Area ladies are invited to attend the“Crossway Christmas Extravaganza” on Tuesday, Dec 2. The doors will open at 6:00 p.m. for viewing of the tables with dinner served at 6:30 p.m. A delightful atmosphere of uniquely different tables decorated with a Christmas theme and laden with delicious food should guarantee a wonderful girls night out.