The Murray County Expo was royally adorned with dozens of intricate quilts at the show Friday and Saturday, Oct. 13-14.

In today’s society, officers throughout the nation have had to make major changes in the way they work and handle each situation. Some of these changes include the way they train.

The Sulphur Chamber of Commerce, at its meeting Wednesday, Oct. 11, heard an update on developments at People’s Electric Cooperative.


This oral history was recorded by W.P.A. field worker Levina Beavers on April 19, 1938.

Our federal budget is a critical part of keeping our government functioning.

For many Americans, the perils of harsh weather are familiar parts of daily life. Oklahomans, for example, are all too familiar with natural disasters.


A whole host of Sulphur boys completed a season of tackle football for the Lexington Bulldogs and Remington Lowrance cheered on the cheer squad for the team.

Two top six teams in class 3A met Friday night at Agee Field.

The winner would have a driver’s seat for the 3A-4 district title and possibly a favorable route to a deep playoff run.

Another week, another blowout.

Sulphur continued their roll through district 3A-4 last week, as they stomped Pauls Valley, 55-13, to move to 6-1.

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