PHOTO BY MIKE WEST

The Sulphur Board of Education approved the employment of Matt Holder as Superintendent for the 2019-2020 school year at a special board meeting Thursday, Nov. 8. The Holder family, shown above, was on hand that night. They are, from left, four year old Lucas held by his mother, Kena, Huston, 13, Matt Holder, and Hannah, 15.

PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK

Sulphur teachers, from left, Grant Bates, Rod Boles, Lacrinda Howard and Kelly Dunn, were honored at the Sulphur-Perkins-Tryon football game last Friday as recipients of the Sulphur Kiwanis Club’s Outstanding Teacher Awards for the first nine weeks.

PHOTO BY MIKE WEST

Sulphur Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts gathered Sunday to observe Veterans Day with patriotic activities. Despite the cancellation of the traditional Veterans Day Parade in Sulphur due to winter weather, Cub Scout Pack 160 loaded up their parade float and drove the route through town anyway. They are shown here in front of the Sulphur Veterans Center, one of their stops that day.

PHOTO BY DEJAY ARMS

Sulphur’s Trey Kiser (32) returned to action last Friday against Perkins-Tryon after suffering an ankle injury several weeks ago. Kiser, the team’s leading rusher, rolled up 235 yards on the ground and two touchdowns as the Dogs hammed out a first-round playoff win.

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PHOTO BY MIKE WEST

The Sulphur Board of Education approved the employment of Matt Holder as Superintendent for the 2019-2020 school year at a special board meeting Thursday, Nov. 8. The Holder family, shown above, was on hand that night. They are, from left, four year old Lucas held by his mother, Kena, Huston, 13, Matt Holder, and Hannah, 15.

The Sulphur Board of Education held a special meeting Thursday night, Nov. 8 to name a new superintendent.

PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK

Sulphur teachers, from left, Grant Bates, Rod Boles, Lacrinda Howard and Kelly Dunn, were honored at the Sulphur-Perkins-Tryon football game last Friday as recipients of the Sulphur Kiwanis Club’s Outstanding Teacher Awards for the first nine weeks.

Four local teachers were recognized at the Sulphur-Perkins-Tryon playoff football game last Friday night at Agee Field with Outstanding Teacher Awards for the first nine weeks.

PHOTO BY MIKE WEST

Sulphur Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts gathered Sunday to observe Veterans Day with patriotic activities. Despite the cancellation of the traditional Veterans Day Parade in Sulphur due to winter weather, Cub Scout Pack 160 loaded up their parade float and drove the route through town anyway. They are shown here in front of the Sulphur Veterans Center, one of their stops that day.

Undaunted by chilly weather, Sulphur Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts turned out in great numbers to participate in the Centennial observance of Veterans Day Sunday, Nov. 11.

Opinion

Arbuckle Footnotes

In too many communities across the nation, opioid addiction has destroyed and claimed lives, causing unexpected grief and loss for families.

This week’s Indian Pioneer Paper was recorded by W.P.A. field worker Maurice Anderson on July 26, 1937.

Sports

PHOTO BY DEJAY ARMS

Sulphur’s Trey Kiser (32) returned to action last Friday against Perkins-Tryon after suffering an ankle injury several weeks ago. Kiser, the team’s leading rusher, rolled up 235 yards on the ground and two touchdowns as the Dogs hammed out a first-round playoff win.

Another week, another dominating performance.

Trey Kiser

The Bulldog’s Trey Kiser and Tavius McDonald were named Players of the Week for their effort in the Bulldog’s 34-7 playoff win over Perkins-Tryon in last Friday night’s game.

Sulphur wrapped up a 9-1 season and finished as District 3A-4 champs last Friday night, beating Pauls Valley 27-14.

Sulphur Times-Democrat

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