PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK

Sulphur’s surging Lady Bulldogs were rock solid over the weekend, sweeping to the title of the Charles K. Heatley Tournament in Lindsay with three solid wins. The team and coaches are pictured showing their winning trophy after defeating Comanche for the title.

Trey Kiser, on top in left photo, controls his Ardmore opponent in the Dog’s recent loss to the Tigers.

Cade Shackleford, on top in right photo, controls his Ardmore opponent in Sulphur’s competition at Ardmore last week.

PHOTOS BY SHAWN SWARTZ

Groundbreaking ceremonies for Arbuckle Memorial Hospital’s new Rural Health Clinic, shown in the right portion of this architect’s rendering, adjacent to the hospital’s iconic entrance, at left, will be held at 2:00 p.m. Monday.

PHOTO BY MIKE WEST

The Community Food Box program in Sulphur started with installation of the “yellow box,” shown at left, in the shopping plaza on Broadway at W. 16th St. It was begun by the Mayo Family, who still maintains the box along with the community. That box is temporarily located near the Dollar General store entrance, while the parking lot is undergoing renovation.

PHOTO BY MIKE WEST

During the partial government shutdown, the Chickasaw National Recreation Area Headquarters offices are closed, as are other Park buildings such as the Nature Center.This is the entrance on the south side of the Chickasaw Visitors Center, which leads to the shuttered CNRA offices.

News

Groundbreaking ceremonies for Arbuckle Memorial Hospital’s new Rural Health Clinic, shown in the right portion of this architect’s rendering, adjacent to the hospital’s iconic entrance, at left, will be held at 2:00 p.m. Monday.

Groundbreaking ceremonies for Arbuckle Memorial Hospital’s Rural Health Clinic will be held Monday, Jan. 21 at 2:00 p.m., administrator Jeremy Jones announced this week.

PHOTO BY MIKE WEST

The Community Food Box program in Sulphur started with installation of the “yellow box,” shown at left, in the shopping plaza on Broadway at W. 16th St. It was begun by the Mayo Family, who still maintains the box along with the community. That box is temporarily located near the Dollar General store entrance, while the parking lot is undergoing renovation.

The Bible encourages us to “feed the hungry.” Sulphur has a relatively new food outreach program with community food boxes appearing in the town.

PHOTO BY MIKE WEST

During the partial government shutdown, the Chickasaw National Recreation Area Headquarters offices are closed, as are other Park buildings such as the Nature Center.This is the entrance on the south side of the Chickasaw Visitors Center, which leads to the shuttered CNRA offices.

The partial federal government shutdown that began on Dec. 22, 2018 has become the longest shutdown in history as of Saturday, Jan. 12. The shutdown was three weeks old then.

Obituaries

Jimmie was born September 25, 1944 in Oklahoma City, to the late Samuel A. and Winfred C. (Bell) Carlile. He died Tuesday, January 8, 2019 in Davis at the age of 74. Jimmie and the former Ms.

Sherry Richburg-Nelson was born March 14, 1965 in Oklahoma City to the late Donald Ray and Patsy Lee McCollum. She died Sunday, January 13, 2019 in Duncan, at the age of 53.

Graveside services for Jack Olinger, 82, Davis, will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019 at Elmore City Cemetery officiated by family members.

Sports

PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK

Sulphur’s surging Lady Bulldogs were rock solid over the weekend, sweeping to the title of the Charles K. Heatley Tournament in Lindsay with three solid wins. The team and coaches are pictured showing their winning trophy after defeating Comanche for the title.

Another week, another run over victories.

Trey Kiser, on top in left photo, controls his Ardmore opponent in the Dog’s recent loss to the Tigers.

Cade Shackleford, on top in right photo, controls his Ardmore opponent in Sulphur’s competition at Ardmore last week.

PHOTOS BY SHAWN SWARTZ

It was a good week for Sulphur wrestlers, as they got a district dual victory over Bethel 54-30 on Thursday, before placing 8th as a team at the Greg Henning Invitational in Tuttle over the weekend

PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK

Sulphur’s Makella Mobly, left, drives to basket in last Saturday’s win over Byng.

Both Sulphur basketball teams were back in action last Saturday night, as the girls remained undefeated and the boys suffered a tough loss at Byng.

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