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City Council, School Board Candidates Making Final Pitches
Sulphur city council and school board candidates are making their final pitches this week and next for one position on each of the boards. Running for a position on the Sulphur City Council are two volunteer firemen, Ryan Peters, the incumbent and challenger Duriel Flowers. Peters is a Sulphur businessman, who owns Ryan’s Body Shop, and Flowers is employed at the Wynnewood Refining Company, LLC. Challenging for a position on the Sulphur Board of Education are Benji Sartars, the incumbent and challenger Bill Manion. Sartors is employed by the Chickasaw Nation and Manion is employed by a firm south of Sulphur. The election is set Tuesday, April 2. To be eligible to vote in either of the two elections, a person must already have registered by March 8. Voters wishing to register for future elections can do so at the Murray County Election Board office at 703 West 11th Street in Sulphur. In the city council elections, eligible voters throughout the city can vote in the Ward 4 race. In the school board election, eligible voters within the Sulphur School District can vote.
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