The Arbuckle Historical Society Museum in Sulphur has opened a new exhibit of vintage and antique cameras and photographic equipment. Most of the exhibit is a donation by Mike West, who has been camera collecting for more than 50 years.
By Mike West
Runners from Sulphur took the top three places in Saturday’s Bison View 5K run in the Chickasaw National Recreation Area. First Place went to Keegan Johnson, 15, who ran the race in a little over 21 minutes. He was followed by Rico Williamson in second place. Elizabeth Thompson came in third. The latter two finished within five seconds of each other.
By Whitt Carter
The Sulphur Lady Bulldogs capped off what has been a highly successful regular season this week, winning the Lake Country Conference Championship and the district title. The Lady Dogs were tied with Pauls Valley for first in district play after the win over the Panthers last Monday, but a Pauls Valley loss to Lone Grove later in the week and a Sulphur win over Dickson helped secure the district crown.
By Whitt Carter
Sulphur head coach Jim Dixon said his team needed to respond after losing for the first time at John Marshall in week four. No problem. The Dogs rolled to a 55-21 win over Madill in their first district game on Friday night at Agee Field and reminded everyone why they were the favorite to win the district in the preseason.
On September 18, BancFirst hosted an event at the Oklahoma City Zoo where over 200 winners from BancFirst communities across Oklahoma had the opportunity to meet one of the biggest personalities in the NBA. BancFirst selected one winner from each BancFirst community to attend a VIP show and private Meet & Greet with Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams.
I took the Oklahoma Challenge and I Promise Not to Text and Dive! This personal promise was one of the many solutions put into action for the Sulphur High School team and Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) who recently traveled to Shawnee for a leadership conference on the dangers of distracted driving. Laura Carter, Jordan Goodman, Abby Dixon, Presley Mc-Clure, Taryn Stout, accompanied by Lana Hilliard joined other FCCLA groups from across Oklahoma to develop awareness plans for their local schools and communities on a timely issue of distracted driving.