SULPHUR, Oklahoma -- A recent assignment to assist a pair of islands recover from the aftermath of two devastating hurricanes provided a lesson in gratitude for one Chickasaw citizen.

The annual Santa’s Helpers gifting program got into full swing last week. The deadline for donating gifts was Friday, Dec. 8.

Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy made an unofficial visit to Sulphur Monday, coming in by helicopter to Agee Field where he was greeted by prize recruit Jacob Farrell and Bulldog coach Jim


Note: The primary reason I have spent 17 years writing this column is that the Old West was not at all like the movies showed it and I wanted to relate just how hard life really was then in Indian

Regarded as a sacred city to the Jewish, Christian and Muslim faiths, the ancient city of Jerusalem as been at the center of dispute between Palestine and Israel for decades.

In America, we are fortunate to be a land of opportunity and to be one that is shaped by immigrants from all over the world. Likewise, law and justice also shapes our nation.


The Sulphur boys just had two practices last week after football season ended on Friday night. And evidently, two practices were enough for the first week.

The Sulphur girls have been practicing for quite a while now. A long football season just meant more practice for Sulphur head coach Toby Todd and his squad.

The Sulphur girls opened their season last night at Lexington, as the girls have been practicing for some time now and are glad to be getting things going.

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