PHOTO BY DEJAY ARMS

ABOVE: Sulphur’s Price Daube, right, scores the Bulldog’s first touchdown in their loss to Heritage Hall last Friday. Daube scored on a 43-yard strike from quarterback Cole Johnson in the third quarter.

Sulphur basketball king and queen candidates will be preparing for the school’s homecoming ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 15. The queen candidates are, from left, front row, Delanie Muck, Meredith Jones, Kaytee Waters and Mishayna Gilmore. The king candidates, in back, are Cedon Harazda, Keegan Johnson, Samuel Barker and Cole Johnson.

News

The Sulphur Board of Education approved a motion to move forward with a $1.85 million bond issue in 2019. The move was made at their regular monthly board meeting on Monday night.

Sulphur basketball king and queen candidates will be preparing for the school’s homecoming ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 15. The queen candidates are, from left, front row, Delanie Muck, Meredith Jones, Kaytee Waters and Mishayna Gilmore. The king candidates, in back, are Cedon Harazda, Keegan Johnson, Samuel Barker and Cole Johnson.

Basketball homecoming ceremonies are quickly approaching for students and fans as Sulphur High School transitions from an extended football season to winter sports’ activities.

Brandi Bolton

A 38-year-old Davis woman was booked into Murray County Jail Sunday afternoon in the stabbing death of her boyfriend, county officials have confirmed.

Opinion

Arbuckle Footnotes

This Indian Pioneer Paper was recorded by a WPA field writer on March 19, 1937.

I was born July 8, 1877 in Oregon.

Finishing Our Work

While much has been accomplished this year, there are still several items left to complete. As the current Congress concludes, lawmakers must come together to finish the remaining work.

Arbuckle Footnotes

I was born in Texas in 1868 and my first trip to the Indian Territory was in 1887. Father was T.J. Erwin and Mother was Louisa Hall, both born in Texas.

Sports

PHOTO BY DEJAY ARMS

ABOVE: Sulphur’s Price Daube, right, scores the Bulldog’s first touchdown in their loss to Heritage Hall last Friday. Daube scored on a 43-yard strike from quarterback Cole Johnson in the third quarter.

What started as a stormy night with a couple of rain delays, ended in a game to forget for Sulphur, as they fell to Heritage Hall 50-14 in the Class 3A State Championship game on Friday night at We

BOY’S PREVIEW

The Sulphur boys basketball team hits the hardwood this week, when they open the season at the Madill Winter Classic.

PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK

The Bulldog’s Trey Kiser, right, and Sulphur Superintendent Paula Crawford, center, accept the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association silver trophy following the state title game

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