Fueled by strong winds and low relative humidity, a vehicle fire on S.H.

An American bald eagle, right, nurtured back to life by Wildcare Oklahoma in Noble after eating what authorities said was rat poison, was released last Thursday at the Chickasaw Nation Cultural Cen

A raging fire with the potential of quickly spreading to nearby structures was contained to several outbuildings in the Five Lakes area, south of Sulphur, last Wednesday.


For the past seventeen years, the United States has been engaged in several military conflicts, primarily, but not exclusively, in the Middle East.

My parents were F. R. Thomas, born in Georgia and Sallie Beaver Thomas, born in Texas. Father was a farmer. There were thirteen children in our family. I was born in Texas, August 4, 1867.

If one thing is certain following the teacher walkout and thousands of conversations with educators during the last two weeks it is that the numerous issues with our public school system are the re


The Sulphur Bulldogs baseball squad has had a tough season but are still continuing to battle, and will play in bi-districts tomorrow at Bethany.

The Sulphur Lady Bulldogs are district champs again.

The Sulphur girls golf team had a good showing at the conference tournament last week at Falconhead Golf Course.

Jordan Goodman shot 94 in some windy conditions to make all-conference.

Sulphur Times-Democrat

P.O. Box 131
Sulphur, OK 73086
PH: (580) 622-2102