The sacrifices of those who’ve served in America’s military, and specifically the war dead, were honored with an observance on Memorial Day, Monday, May 28 in Sulphur.
After 32 years, Oklahoma School for the Deaf graduate Edwin Carrington returned to Sulphur to address the Senior Class of 2018 at their graduation.
You did not want to be a tree here on Tuesday, May 15. In mid-afternoon, severe thunderstorms bombarded the area bringing lots of rain, hail and winds gusting upwards of 80 mph.
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 last Friday night’s commencement exercises at Agee
Platt National Park American Legion Post 148 of Sulphur will host a Memorial Day Service at 10:00 a.m. on Memorial Day, May 28.