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Flames Destroy Home

Flames Destroy Home

Flames swept through a woodframe constructed home early last Saturday, destroying the...

Crash Kills One, Hurts Two

Crash Kills One, Hurts Two

A Sulphur man was killed and two others seriously injured in a one-vehicle crash three miles south...

Basketball King, Queen Coronation Set Feb. 12

Basketball King, Queen Coronation Set Feb. 12

The third and final homecoming event at Sulphur High School for the 2015-16 school year will be...

Girls Go 1-2 In Another Tough Week Of Play

Girls Go 1-2 In Another Tough Week Of Play

by Whitt Carter The Sulphur girls battled through another tough week, as they got a hard-fought...

  • Flames Destroy Home

  • Crash Kills One, Hurts Two

  • Basketball King, Queen Coronation Set Feb. 12

  • Girls Go 1-2 In Another Tough Week Of Play


Principals Rehired

by Mike West

The Sulphur school board voted to rehire all four principals and the high school assistant principal. The action was taken at the regular board meeting Monday, Feb. 1, following an executive session. The personnel include: Elementary Principal Shannon Muck; Intermediate Principal John Mann; Middle School Principal Dub Grisham; High School Principal Clete Cole; and SHS Assistant Principal Toby Todd.

Crash Kills One, Hurts Two

A Sulphur man was killed and two others seriously injured in a one-vehicle crash three miles south of Sulphur on U.S. 177 early Monday, Feb. 1, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported. Pronounced dead at the scene of the accident was 26-year-old Daniel Moose.

Dogs Enjoy Productive, Two-Win Basketball Week

Wins Over Dickson, Davis Keep Up Momentum

by Whitt Carter

The Sulphur boys had a solid and productive week, finishing 2-1 with wins over Dickson and Davis and a tough loss to Seminole on the road Saturday. Sulphur (9-7) beat Dickson 64-50, Davis 55-39 and fell to Seminole 68-59 in a busy week that saw some solid performances.

Girls Go 1-2 In Another Tough Week Of Play

by Whitt Carter

The Sulphur girls battled through another tough week, as they got a hard-fought victory over Dickson and struggled to find the basket against highly-ranked Davis. Sulphur beat Dickson 55-51 on Tuesday, fell to Davis 32-23 on Friday and lost a close one to Seminole 52-48 on Saturday.

SOTC Advisory Committee Meets To Align Curriculum With Industry Needs

All Southern Oklahoma Technology Center Instructors are required to have an annual advisory committee meeting. These meetings were created to help the instructors align their curriculum with industry standards. Committee members make suggestions on equipment and use, certifications students need when entering the workforce and safety standards. These meetings also give the instructor the opportunity to showcase their program and lead to partnerships between the industry and the technology center. This in turn helps students when they are ready for on the job training and also when they are looking for employment.

SMS Students Recognized

Sulphur Intermediate’s character word for the month of January was self-control. These students were recognized by their teachers for showing self control throughout the month. They are, from left, back row, Willie Watterson, Bricktin Woods, Daniel Amaya, Bodacia Phelps, Alyssa Hegwood, Paige Kirby, middle row, Harlee Walker, Laynie Bradley, Reagan Runyan, Audrey Mao, Luke Boles, Brytan Gaddy, Sinai Ugalde, front row, Caiden Beasley, Lua Hargis, Zoey Venegas, Haylee Meeks, Seth Johnson, and Kaden Seitz.