A once picturesque home on West Broadway in Sulphur is now just a memory after it and a similar home just its east were in the process of being torn down this week.
A Davis man was killed and his passenger was airlifted to an Oklahoma City hospital in critical condition following an ATV accident on private property, four miles north of Davis and one-half mile west of U.S. 77, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
As of today, Sulphur students are on tap to begin school as scheduled on August 12, 2020, but with some changes. This was the message received by the Sulphur Board of Education at the regular monthly meeting Monday night.
Although it might not have been the biggest July 4th celebration in recent years, visitors by the hundreds still flocked to the Little Niagara swimming hole in Chickasaw National Recreation Area over the weekend despite an uptick in reported COVID-19 cases in the area. While some park areas are still closed, visitors found relief from the hot temperatures in the cold waters of the park’s most iconic swimming hole.
Sulphur’s Tim Colbert was bestowed the highest honor for a tribal citizen after being named last week to the Chickasaw Nation Hall of Fame after a four-decade long period of service.