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PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK

Sulphur High School’s 2018 graduates gather at midfield and toss their caps into the air as firework’s shoot high into the night sky at the end of commencement exercises at Agee Field in May. All total, there were 92 seniors to cross the stage and receive their diplomas.

Grads Bid Farewell

 

 

PHOTO BY MIKE WEST

Jeremy Jones was presented as the new CEO at Arbuckle Memorial Hospital. He spoke at the Sulphur Chamber of Commerce meeting Wednesday, Jan. 24. He discussed the ongoing flu season’s effect on the hospital. He also announced plans to build a new Rural Health Clinic that will become part of the current hospital building. Jones began work in his new position on Dec. 1, 2017.

City Hall, Hospital, School Changes, Flu Epidemic, Election Dominate News Events In 2018

While 2018 has been a “quieter” news year than some recent years, there still are some stories that stand out. The flu epidemic is a story most would like to forget.

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

Up, Up And Away

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

Murray State College alums Howard Mitchell, left, and regent Steven Jolly, of Sulphur, discovered a shared history during a chance meeting a the 77 Grill in Davis recently.

College Alums Discover Shared History During Chance Meeting At Davis Eatery

Tishomingo, Okla. (December 18, 2018) - Murray State College alumnus Howard Mitchell and Murray State College Board of Regents’ chair Steven Jolly have a lot in common.

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