Sulphur firemen on Monday responded to this car fire after the driver noticed flames coming from the floor area while he was driving on West Broadway. No one was injured, according to officials on the scene.
by Mike West
Sulphur Public Schools have been busy this summer with changes and repairs at all four buildings. Several buildings had to have repairs and required cleaning after earlier flooding. School Superintendent Gary Jones said that the flooding could have been worse. “Nothing was lost,” he said. “Mostly we just did repairs. The costs were minimal.” He added that most of the costs for repairs were in man hours of labor.
Eleven-year-old Gavin Moore of Davis will play on the All American Travelball USA team at the baseball international championship in Clearwater, Fla., this October. The championship will include teams from nine other countries. He was selected after a standout performance at the All American Travelball Select Classic in Marietta, Ga., in June.
by Whitt Carter
Sulphur softball will kick off their fast pitch season next Tuesday when the Lady Dogs travel to Ada and as within years past, expectations are high. The Lady Dogs return all but one of their infi eld, but will welcome three new outfi elders. Sulphur will undoubtedly be led by seniors Reilly Williams and Carly Heitland.
DOAV has openings for the August 8th reduced cost spay and neuter clinic for pets from families earning less than $50,000 annually. If the animal is a stray or feral cat, there is no income restriction. DOAV is working with the community at reducing the overpopulation of cats in south central Oklahoma. The cost to spay a cat with DOAV is $45. The cost to spay a dog starts at $50 and goes up according to weight. Vaccines with DOAV are $12. If your animal was previously spayed or neutered and your income is below $50,000, you qualify for the $12. vaccines. Call 580-622-3467 to register your pets for either.
by Mike West
Delighted children enjoyed a swim party Sunday, July 26 that featured a live performance of a Bible story. The event was at the home of John and Vickie Scaggs in Sulphur. The event is the third in the “Water and the Word” series at Sulphur United Methodist Church. The summer series takes children and families to a local site to reenact a Bible parable that involves water.