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2019 - The Year Of The “New”

Matt Holder was hired as Sulphur’s superintendent early last summer.

2019 - The Year Of The “New”

Dr. George Russell began medical practice at Arbuckle Memorial Hospital in July.

2019 - The Year Of The “New”

New county treasurer Kim Hale was sworn into office early this year.

2019 - The Year Of The “New”

Longtime Sulphur fireman Pete Haines was named the city’s fire chief in March of this year.

2019 - The Year Of The “New”

Chris Anoatubby took over the reins of the Lt. Governor’s position at the Chickasaw Nation in October.

2019 - The Year Of The “New”

Chris Dvorak was hired as OSD’S superintendent earlier this year.

2019 - The Year Of The “New”

New people and new facilities highlighted the “News” reported in this newspaper in 2019. Much of this news occurred in the first half of the year. After this yearlong overview,

Spreading Christmas Cheer

The SaSo Choir, above, under the direction of Donna Caldwell, entertains residents of the Artesian Nursing Home with Christmas carols in an event held on Monday, Dec. 16. The choir is a 55-plus singing group from all church denominations in Sulphur. They meet weekly at Crossway Church on Tuesdays from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. They welcome anyone to join in their sessions.

Spreading Christmas Cheer

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	In The Season Of Giving, Noah’s Project Going Strong In 22nd Year

Each Christmas, a poster contest is held in support of Noah’s Project, which began locally by Cheri-Bellefeuille-Gordan, third from right, to help families struggling with premature babies being treated in state hospitals. Above, is the winner of that contest, Sulphur High School sophomore Jenna Farrell, right. This year’s winning poster was selected by SHS art teacher Ashely Lemming and will hang in the Sulphur Hallway in the NICU unit of OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City. Pictured above, are, from left, Dan Gordan, AJ Gordon, Noah Gordon, McKenzie Williams, Dr. Kris Sakar, of OU Medical Center, Lori Page, Cheri Bellefeuille-Gordon, Jamie Kirkpatrick and Jenna Farrell.

	In The Season Of Giving, Noah’s Project Going Strong In 22nd Year

Sulphur sophomore Jenna Farrell, center, shows her winning poster for the Noah Project, which helps families coping with premature babies. With her is her family and officials of OU Medical Center. They are, from left, nurse Lori Page, Sarah Farrell, Jenna Farrell, Dr. Kris Sakar, of OU Medical Center, Jamie Kilpatrick and Darin Farrell.

In The Season Of Giving, Noah’s Project Going Strong In 22nd Year

In the spirit of giving, for the past 22 years, many families have benefited from donations that began with one local family. The project, deemed “Noah’s Project” is now supported

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