Davis Police Chief Dan Cooper, left, and Speaker of the House Charles McCall (R-Atoka) are shown at the state capitol during work on legislation that would help move trains through Davis and other Oklahoma cities more efficiently.

PHOTOS BY SABRINA DUCK

The Sulphur boys, above, and girls, below, won their respective district titles last Saturday in Sulphur and will now head to the regional tournament in Henryetta on Thursday. The boys, coached by Chase Todd and Grant Bates, won in a nail-biter, 73-69, and the girls, led by Toby Todd and Tracey Eldred, scored 90 points and rolled to an easy win.

The Bulldog’s Weston Arms, left, drives around a Henryetta defender in Sulphur’s four-point district title win over the Knights last Saturday in the Bulldog gym.

PHOTO BY DEJAY ARMS

PHOTO BY MIKE WEST

Retired National Park Service worker Rosalind Burrough related her well-traveled career in a talk for the Arbuckle Historical Society at its meeting Monday night, Feb. 18 at the Museum.

She remembered poignant facts about her service on a team after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City.

News

PHOTO BY MIKE WEST

Retired National Park Service worker Rosalind Burrough related her well-traveled career in a talk for the Arbuckle Historical Society at its meeting Monday night, Feb. 18 at the Museum.

She remembered poignant facts about her service on a team after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City.

Rosalind Burrough has come a long way from the wheat fields of her youth.

PHOTO BY DEJAY ARMS

These four Sulphur teachers were recognized as Teacher of the Year nominees during the final regular season home basketball game against Kingston last Tuesday.

Davis Police Chief Dan Cooper, left, and Speaker of the House Charles McCall (R-Atoka) are shown at the state capitol during work on legislation that would help move trains through Davis and other Oklahoma cities more efficiently.

OKLAHOMA CITY –A bill that would fine rail companies for blocking railroad intersections with stopped trains passed unanimously out of the House Transportation Committee last week.

Obituaries

Graveside services for Juanita Gilbert, of Sulphur, will be held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 23 at Nebo Cemetery with Paul Melton officiating.

Funeral services for Jacky Don “Jack” Peery were held 11:00 a.m., Friday, February 15, at the Hale’s Memorial Chapel in Davis with Reverend Clay Shannon officiating.

Graveside memorial services for Miguel Munoz, of Sulphur, will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 22, at-Oaklawn Cemetery wit the Fort Sill Honors Team officiating.

Sports

PHOTOS BY SABRINA DUCK

The Sulphur boys, above, and girls, below, won their respective district titles last Saturday in Sulphur and will now head to the regional tournament in Henryetta on Thursday. The boys, coached by Chase Todd and Grant Bates, won in a nail-biter, 73-69, and the girls, led by Toby Todd and Tracey Eldred, scored 90 points and rolled to an easy win.

Things were not looking good for the Sulphur boys on Saturday night.

The Bulldog’s Weston Arms, left, drives around a Henryetta defender in Sulphur’s four-point district title win over the Knights last Saturday in the Bulldog gym.

PHOTO BY DEJAY ARMS

It was a great weekend for the Sulphur wrestlers at the regional tournament in Marlow, as four Bulldogs qualified for the state tournament.

PHOTO BY DEJAY ARMS

Sulphur’s Tavius McDonald goes up for an uncontested layup in the Bulldog’s loss to Latta last Saturday.

The tough stretch for the Sulphur boys continued last week, as they fell twice to Plainview and Latta.

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