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SHS Homecoming Ceremonies Set On Friday, Sept. 25

Sulphur homecoming king and queen candidates this year are pictured above. They are, from left, seated, senior candidate Kinlee Duck, junior candidate Emily Barker, sophomore candidate Amera Garner and freshman candidate Codi Reid; back row, king candidates Logan Smith, T J Todd, Garrett Trett and Sage Borders. Homecoming ceremonies will be held Friday, Sept. 25 at 6:30 p.m. at Agee Field. PHOTO BY LISA WATSON

SHS Homecoming Ceremonies Set On Friday, Sept. 25

In spite of the pandemic, life still goes on in Sulphur as normal as possible. School’s in session, the annual Murray County Bedlam football game between the Bulldogs and Davis Wolves was held last Friday and beginning next week, Sulphur High School’s annual homecoming coronation ceremonies will be observed.

Bulldog Seniors Honored At Game Friday

Bulldog Seniors Honored At Game Friday

Sulphur High School senior football players trot out onto the field in pre-game festivities as the Bulldogs took on Class 2A power, Washington, last Friday in their first home game of 2020. Normally, the seniors are honored at the last home game, but due to COVID-19 and the uncertainty of the season, the annual event was pushed up to the beginning.

Arrests Made In I-35 Murder Probe

Juan Manuel Rosas

Arrests Made In I-35 Murder Probe

ARLINGTON, Texas – Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) agents have made two arrests in a murder investigation that began in June when an unidentified deceased male was found along the interstate in Murray County. The deceased was identified two days later as 43-year-old Juan Manuel Rosas, of Denton, Texas.

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