Even with local and state COVID-19 cases rising at a fast pace, the show must go on. In the dark shadows of the pandemic, residents and visitors from near and far, will get to see a bright spot during the holiday season with the official Opening Night Ceremonies kicking off here on Saturday, November 28.
Sulphur firemen last week mop up a small grass fire on Burnside Road, containing it to just a few acres. But, while they were able to contain this one, Sulphur Fire Chief Pete Haines is advising caution while burning or working outdoors with power equipment due to the heavy fuel load and the every present Oklahoma wind.
Fire season is upon us. This according to Sulphur Fire Chief Pete Haines.
Cases of COVI-19 have risen sharply in Murray County since last week, according to figures from the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
Murray County Court Clerk Christie Pittman notified commissioners that she had deposited a letter of intention with the County Clerk’s Office, to resign her post effective February 1, 2021. The notice took place during new business at the regular weekly commissioners’ meeting on Monday.
The beauty of fall is in full display in the Murray County area with gorgeous hews of red, orange and green as this photo of Veterans Lake shows. With gusty winds, however, fall foliage won’t last too much longer, and with mild temperatures forecast for the remainder of the week, now is the time to catch those priceless photos.