PHOTO BY SCOUTER BILL MCANGUS

It felt like a Family Night for a couple of local brothers, as Brian and Tony Day celebrated Brian’s recognition as a successful scouting leader in Sulphur.The occasion was the annual Banquet held by the Washita District of the Arbuckle Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America in Wynnewood on Saturday, Feb. 2.

Brian Day was awarded the District Award of Merit. He is shown here on the right with his brother, Dr. Tony Day, who also is active with Sulphur Troop 160 where Brian is Scoutmaster. Brian is an Eagle Scout and a member of Scouting’s Order of the Arrow.

PHOTO BY MIKE WEST

Feed the Board — The Sulphur School Board enjoyed tasty muffins and cinnamon rolls at the board’s meeting Monday, Feb. 4. The treats were provided by OPAA! — a food service company seeking to help feed the school district’s students in every grade.

Company representatives gave a presentation about how the company works to supply child nutrition meals.The board later voted to approve outsourcing the meals to the company.

News

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister put into sharp focus goals for secondary education in Oklahoma during a talk in Sulphur on Monday.

PHOTO BY SCOUTER BILL MCANGUS

It felt like a Family Night for a couple of local brothers, as Brian and Tony Day celebrated Brian’s recognition as a successful scouting leader in Sulphur.The occasion was the annual Banquet held by the Washita District of the Arbuckle Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America in Wynnewood on Saturday, Feb. 2.

Brian Day was awarded the District Award of Merit. He is shown here on the right with his brother, Dr. Tony Day, who also is active with Sulphur Troop 160 where Brian is Scoutmaster. Brian is an Eagle Scout and a member of Scouting’s Order of the Arrow.

Sulphur Boy Scout Leader Brian Day received the Washita District Award of Merit at the annual District Banquet in Wynnewood Saturday, Feb. 2.

PHOTO BY MIKE WEST

Feed the Board — The Sulphur School Board enjoyed tasty muffins and cinnamon rolls at the board’s meeting Monday, Feb. 4. The treats were provided by OPAA! — a food service company seeking to help feed the school district’s students in every grade.

Company representatives gave a presentation about how the company works to supply child nutrition meals.The board later voted to approve outsourcing the meals to the company.

The Sulphur Public Schools Board members approved outsourcing the Child Nutrition Program, after hearing a Public Comment presentation on the subject that began their regular meeting on Monday, Feb

Obituaries

Wilson - Funeral Services for Mr. Tim Leroy Conner, 65, formerly of Wilson were held at 2:00 p.m., Thursday, Feb.

A memorial service for Barbara Lynn Bunting, 72, of Sulphur, was held at 1:00 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 5 at the Sulphur United Methodist Church with Rev. Jim Shepherd officiating.

Services for Charles Duvall Gray, 44, Sulphur, will be held at 11:00 a.m., on Friday Feb. 15, at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church in Wynnewood with Rev. Frank Washington officiating.

Sports

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.

PHOTO BY DEJAY ARMS

Lady Bulldog Kara Lee (35) drives around a Plainview defender for a basket in Sulphur’s win last Friday on the road.

The Sulphur girls got a big win over Plainview on Tuesday but suffered just their second loss to Latta on Saturday night, as they will wrap up the regular season and head into the playoffs this wee

PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK

Sulphur’s Tavius McDonald (in white jersey) drives between two Madill defenders in last week’s loss at home.

The Sulphur boys had a tough week, falling twice in losses to Madill and Marietta as they head down the homestretch of the 2018-2019 season.

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