A group of Sulphur long timers and some others gathered for a roundtable discussion of local history Monday night, March 16 during the monthly meeting of the Arbuckle Historical Society of Murray County.
by Mike West
A street musician performing just off Interstate 35 at exit 51 is enhancing cultural variety in the arts in southern Oklahoma. Loris Mahto Mondoni’s entertainment venue is a bit unusual – the Arbuckle Mountains Original Fried Pies bakery and restaurant.
Sulphur powerlifting had another successful season, as they finished third in the Class 3A State Meet two weeks ago. Sophomore Brendan Lawson finished fourth in the 123-pound division and junior Martin Turrobiartes finished fifth in the 242-pound division.
Former Sulphur basketball stars Ebony Harrison, left, and Tierani Richardson, were both named to the all tournament team as members of Murray State Lady Aggies, when they won a trip to the national tournament in a win over Eastern Oklahoma State College recently.
On April 3 the Caring Christian Women will meet at the Artesian Hotel in Sulphur. The club will be meeting in the banquet room at the Artesian and have Bedre café preparing lunch.
The third annual Enlight showcase, a dance production with students from four area studios displaying their God given gifts and talents, is set for Sunday, March 29. It will be held at 2:00 p.m. at the Pauls Valley High School auditorium.