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Drought Broken

Rain came pouring down in Sulphur during the early morning hours of Tuesday, causing minor flooding in low-lying areas of the city. Sulphur crews were out throughout the morning closing off low water areas and bridges, including this intersection at West 10th and Oklahoma St. Murray County was placed under a flood warning as of presstime Tuesday.

Drought Broken

The heat is gone and the drought was broken Tuesday after a cold front spawned waves of rain throughout the area.

Bulldogs Lose Opener To Tuttle

Bulldogs Lose Opener To Tuttle

Sulphur football players take a breather on a hot night in Tuttle in their season opener last Friday. The Bulldogs fell short in the game, losing 28-7 to one of the best teams in Class 4A. The Bulldogs will be back home this Friday to host Washington in a run-up to their annual battle with Davis the following week.

Optimism and Hope Amid Pandemic

By the end of April, the virus had been officially designated as causing COVID-19. The Chickasaw National Recreation Area here was in the process of shutting down. Warning signs were posted showing techniques for preventing virus spread. Notably, at this stage of the pandemic there was no mention on this sign of wearing masks. (This scene was on April 29 in Flower Park.) PHOTO BY MIKE WEST

Optimism and Hope Amid Pandemic

Humor is just one of several ways we can deal with tensions and changes during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Sometimes, it pays to have a retrospective look back from where we have come.

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