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PHOTO BY MIKE WEST

Wayne Edgar, of Sulphur, speaks at the rededication ceremony for the Travertine Nature Center in the Chickasaw National Recreation Area Saturday, Sept. 21. He is retired as the director of the Goddard Youth Camp that has a partnership with the CNRA. Edgar was present at the dedication of the new building 50 years ago.

Celebrating 50 Years

Wayne Edgar, of Sulphur, speaks at the rededication ceremony for the Travertine Nature Center in the Chickasaw National Recreation Area Saturday, Sept. 21. He is retired as the director of the Goddard Youth Camp that has a partnership with the CNRA. Edgar was present at the dedication of the new building 50 years ago.

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It wouldn’t be a car show without at least one iconic 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air. Sulphur’s Car Show Saturday had its share of the most classic collectible cars and trucks. In what was probably the biggest and best show in its 20-year history, visitors enjoyed 2580 vehicles, a host of vendors, food trucks, and lots of nostalgic music.

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This mint condition, mid-1960s Ford Mustang was proudly displayed at Saturday’s Car Show by folks from Marlow, Okla. Introduced in mid-1964, the Mustang still holds the all-time record for sales in its first two years of production.

‘Biggest And Best’

The annual City of Springs Car Show enjoyed big-time growth for 2019, the 20th year for the show. Some 258 vehicles were entered in the show, which took place in

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Sulphur homecoming king and queen candidates were announced this week.They are, from left, bottom row, senior candidate Kirsten Odom, junior candidate Cianna Cantu, sophomore candidate Jenna Farrell, freshman candidate Brinn Flood; back row, senior escort Ethan Massey, junior escort Josh Watterson, sophomore escort Price Daube, and freshman Escort Tavius McDonald.

SHS Homecoming Set Next Week

It will be a special time at Sulphur High School next week as students get ready to celebrate homecoming with a flurry of activities. The events will culminate on Friday

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