A recent report issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states, “concussions among youths playing a sport or being physically active is an area of concern.”

Last Saturday, you would not have to go to a “cowboy bar” to ride a mechanical bull. You could do that right here in Sulphur at the downtown Plaza.

The Sulphur Police and Sulphur Fire Departments’ phone systems will soon be capable of recording all calls received by the two departments, council members were told in Monday night’s regular meeti


There has never been a more urgent situation then we are currently facing here in Oklahoma.

The 1870 map made by the surveyors under the provisions of the Treaty of 1855 carefully noted the position of the hills, groves of trees and creeks of the area.

As the United States continues its historic buildup of its defense capabilities, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has committed to increasing security investments as well.


As most know, in softball, scoring as many runs as possible is a good thing.

Allowing as little as possible is also a good thing.


Football is back and before too long, the Dogs will be hitting someone other than their teammates.

Abigail Jones placed 2nd in the Nation at the USA Track and Field Jr. Olympic Championship this past week in Greensboro, NC in the 11-12 year old division of the discus.

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