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Homecoming Events Re-Scheduled

The SHS Wrestling and Basketball homecoming events previously scheduled for January 29, have been re-scheduled for Wednesday, February 10, school officials announced. The change was made necessary due to several team members and coaches of the basketball teams being either testing positive for COVID-19 or in quarantine due to contact tracing.

McCall Beginning Third Term As House Speaker

McCall Beginning Third Term As House Speaker

Oklahoma House Speaker Charles McCall (R-Atoka), center, was sworn into his third term as speaker in ceremonies on January 5. Pictured with him as he took the oath of office were his wife, to his right, Stephanie McCall, and his sons, Chase, left, and Carson, right. Speaker McCall was sworn in by fellow resident and Supreme Court Justice Dustin Row, of Tishomingo. McCall represents House District 22, serving Murray and surrounding counties. (See McCall’s column, Capitol Comments, on page 6.)

Runyan Appointed To School Board

Local businessman Bear Runyan takes the oath of office as a member of the Sulphur Board of Education during Monday night’s regular meeting. Runyan was appointed to fill the unexpired term of Fob Jones, who resigned in December.

Runyan Appointed To School Board

Former board member Fob Jones, now board attorney, administered the Oath of Office to Chance “Bear” Runyan, at the regular monthly meeting of the Sulphur Board of Education Monday night. Jones resigned the post in December to assume the role of board attorney following the retirement of long time attorney, Phil Hursy.

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