The Sulphur Fire Department was called to a scene of a 12:32 a.m. commercial building fire on Tuesday on the community’s west side Tuesday morning.

A Fittstown woman, identified in media reports Tuesday as 52-year-old Hope Skiles, died Friday evening when the van she was driving was struck by the Heartland Flyer passenger train in Davis.

A ribbon cutting opened the long-awaited pedestrian bridge over Rock Creek linking the Chickasaw Cultural Center with the Cat’s Eye Road cul-de-sac in the Chickasaw National Recreation Area.


This past week marked the twenty second anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing. That day is still fresh in my memory.

This week’s Indian Pioneer Paper was recorded by W.P.A. field writer Maurice Anderson on March 19, 1937.


The Sulphur junior high baseball team beat Kingston, 4-1 in the championship game of the Kingston Tournament last Saturday, April 15.

Both Sulphur track teams had great showings last weekend at the Lake Country Conference meet at Plainview.

The boys finished fourth and the girls came in fifth.

The Lady Dogs continued to roll last week, as they swept through district play, pounding Dickson 12-0 and Plainview 10- 0, twice.

Sulphur Times-Democrat

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