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Sulphur High School wrestling king and queen candidates were announced this week.The coronation ceremony is set for Thursday, Jan. 31. The candidates are, from left, front row, Joana Reyes, senior, Briley Miner, junior, Kyrtleigh Snow, sophomore, and Marissa Loftis, freshman. In back are king candidates, Caleb Pierce, Luke Henry and Trey Kiser.

Wrestling Queen Ceremonies Set

Sulphur High School will host its annal wrestling homecoming celebration on Thursday, Jan. 31 in their next to last regular season competition of the year against Madill. The ceremonies will

Arbuckle Memorial Hospital Board of Directors, Murray County Commissioners, hospital employees and others gathered on Monday, Jan. 21 to break ground on the hospital’s Rural Heath Clinic, which will be built adjacent to the current facility. The new clinic will house doctor’s offices and easy access to a wide array of services offered at the hospital.

BREAKING NEW GROUND

Arbuckle Memorial Hospital’s Board of Directors, administrators and staff, Murray County Board of Commissioners, builders and the general public all joined in Monday to break ground on a new Rural

PHOTO BY MIKE WEST

During the partial government shutdown, the Chickasaw National Recreation Area Headquarters offices are closed, as are other Park buildings such as the Nature Center.This is the entrance on the south side of the Chickasaw Visitors Center, which leads to the shuttered CNRA offices.

CNRA Affected By Partial Government Shutdown

The partial federal government shutdown that began on Dec. 22, 2018 has become the longest shutdown in history as of Saturday, Jan. 12. The shutdown was three weeks old then.

PHOTO BY MIKE WEST

The Community Food Box program in Sulphur started with installation of the “yellow box,” shown at left, in the shopping plaza on Broadway at W. 16th St. It was begun by the Mayo Family, who still maintains the box along with the community. That box is temporarily located near the Dollar General store entrance, while the parking lot is undergoing renovation.

Community Food Box Program Growing

The Bible encourages us to “feed the hungry.” Sulphur has a relatively new food outreach program with community food boxes appearing in the town. The first free food box was

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