tornado sighted west of Davis Sunday began a stretch of multiple tornado touchdowns in Oklahoma, including one in Fairfax later Sunday, eight in central Oklahoma and several sightings in Tulsa on T

“Bridges” was the theme for the Oklahoma School for the Deaf’s open house from 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Friday, September 28.

LEFT PHOTO: Senior Trey Kiser, left, crowns Lily Borders as the new Sulphur High School football homecoming queen in ceremonies last Friday evening.


I was born in 1861 in Texas. Father was Charley Worley and mother was Martha Criner, both born in Tennesse. I came to the Indian Territory with my father and mother in 1873.

This past legislative session I authored SB1053.

Last week, Congress responsibly fulfilled its most fundamental duty to the American people by funding some of the nation’s most critical and pressing needs.


It was another dominant performance for the Sulphur Bulldogs last Friday night, as they dismantled Lone Grove in a 56-16 win. The No.

The Sulphur Lady Bulldogs season came to an end last weekend, as they fell to Newcastle in the regional tournament.

Sulphur’s Cole Johnson and Logan Smith were named Players of the Week for their effort in the Bulldog’s 55-7 win over the Purcell Dragons last Friday.

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