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Retired National Park Service worker Rosalind Burrough related her well-traveled career in a talk for the Arbuckle Historical Society at its meeting Monday night, Feb. 18 at the Museum.

She remembered poignant facts about her service on a team after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City.

Rosalind Burrough Recalls Harrowing 9-11 Experience In New York

Rosalind Burrough has come a long way from the wheat fields of her youth. In her more than 30-year career with the National Park Service, she even wound up serving

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It felt like a Family Night for a couple of local brothers, as Brian and Tony Day celebrated Brian’s recognition as a successful scouting leader in Sulphur.The occasion was the annual Banquet held by the Washita District of the Arbuckle Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America in Wynnewood on Saturday, Feb. 2.

Brian Day was awarded the District Award of Merit. He is shown here on the right with his brother, Dr. Tony Day, who also is active with Sulphur Troop 160 where Brian is Scoutmaster. Brian is an Eagle Scout and a member of Scouting’s Order of the Arrow.

Sulphur Scouting Leader Receives Washita District Award Of Merit

Sulphur Boy Scout Leader Brian Day received the Washita District Award of Merit at the annual District Banquet in Wynnewood Saturday, Feb. 2. The District is one of three that

Lori Bright accepts the Sulphur Citizen of the Year award from its namesake, De Lannom, at last Thursday’s combined banquet of the Sulphur and Davis Chambers of Commerce.

Bill Wright, Chickasaw National Recreation Area superintendent, accepts the Civic Club of the Year Award on behalf of the Sulphur Rotary Club.

Jeff, left, and son, Brandon Flowers, of Flowers Heating and Air, accept the Small Business of the Year Award at last Thursday night’s joint Sulphur/Davis Chamber Banquet.

Juanita Owens, left, accepts the Leadership Murray County Award presented by Lacee Sartors.

Clint Grinstead, right, owner of C & C Backhoe in Davis, accepts the Helen Webber Citizen of the Year Award from Stantford Webber, left, and Janelle Webber Payne.

Outgoing Sulphur Chamber President Robin Jolly, hands the gavel to incoming President Lynn Hickman at the conclusion of last Thursday night’s banquet.

Larry Hawkins, left, superintendent of Oklahoma School for the Deaf, accepts the Large Business of the Year Award from outgoing Sulphur Chamber President Robin Jolly.

Lori Bright Named Sulphur Citizen Of The Year During Joint Chambers’ Banquet

A large crowd attended the joint Sulphur/Davis Chamber of Commerce annual banquet held last Thursday evening at the Murray County Expo Center. The theme of the banquet, “This Is Us,”

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Helping Our Own

Sulphur Chamber of Commerce members are shown with tables of food that were donated last week as part of a local push to get items to federal workers who were

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