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PHOTO BY MURRAY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Drugs, cash, weapons and paraphernalia are shown above after being seized following routine traffic stops in Sulphur and Davis last week. Charges were filed against two men and two women.

Traffic Stops Lead To Arrest Of Drug Suspects

Sulphur, Davis and Murray County lawmen last week joined forces in taking down four alleged drug trafficking suspects in two separate stops on Tuesday, July 16, officials said. 

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PHOTO COURTESY OF NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

Chickasaw National Recreation Area Ranger Sarah Puckette prepares a park telescope prior to a Friday night Star Party at Veterans Lake Dam.The weekly event goes on through the summer as part of a series of nature programs.

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PHOTO BY JON WILSON

CNRA Park Guide Ashley Loper presents a nature program at the amphitheater at Buckhorn Campground recently.The programs are presented on Saturday nights as part of a series offered through the summer on weekends in the park.

Visitors Pack Park For Weekend Fun

Following a busy July 4th holiday period, the Chickasaw National Recreation Area continued to be a very popular destination for visitors seeking scenic beauty, swimming, camping, hiking, and picnicking experiences.

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A Sulphur woman, Amber N. Stephens, 25, was killed when this SUV went airborne off of S.H. 7 last Sunday and crashed into tress on the north side of the road. Stephens, who was a passenger in the vehicle, was pronounced dead at the scene by Murray County Ambulance personnel. The accident happened near the Sandy Creek Bridge, about 1.7 miles west of the city limits.

Sulphur Woman Among 5 Killed On Area Roads

A Sulphur woman became the fifth victim in a deadly week on area roads after she was killed in a one-vehicle, roll-over accident last Sunday.

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