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Sulphur high school girl’s basketball team members celebrate after defeating Cascia Hall in the finals of the regional tournament at Henryetta last Saturday evening. The Lady Bulldogs will now move on to the area tournament where a win will send them to the coveted state meet.

Celebrating A Big Win

Sulphur high school girl’s basketball team members celebrate after defeating Cascia Hall in the finals of the regional tournament at Henryetta last Saturday evening.

Oklahoma School for the Deaf Superintendent Larry Hawkins poses in March, 2018 with scissors used to cut a ribbon symbolizing the dedication of the Larry Hawkins Activity center in his honor. Hawkins died unexpectedly last Saturday.

Area Mourns Death Of OSD Superintendent

Citizens throughout this area are joining with the statewide deaf community in mourning the passing of Oklahoma School for Deaf Superintendent Larry Hawkins, who died unexpectedly on Saturday, Feb. 23.

Davis Police Chief Dan Cooper, left, and Speaker of the House Charles McCall (R-Atoka) are shown at the state capitol during work on legislation that would help move trains through Davis and other Oklahoma cities more efficiently.

Bill Aimed At Preventing Trains From Blocking Critical Rail Crossings Passes House Committee

OKLAHOMA CITY –A bill that would fine rail companies for blocking railroad intersections with stopped trains passed unanimously out of the House Transportation Committee last week. House Bill 2472 would

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