Members of the Sulphur Board of Education approved bids at the monthly meeting Monday to make a full functioning cafeteria on site at the elementary school building. The bid for the full-service kitchen complete with dishwasher and exhaust was $343,696.00 which includes all construction fees and bonds for the project. Since the building has been in use, all meals for the elementary students have been cooked at the high school cafeteria and trucked over to the elementary school. Upon completion meals will be prepared on site. The renovation is made available through remaining funds of the recent bond issue and carry-over money in the child nutrition fund. The project will be a great asset for the students, staff and the school, officials said
Cases of COVID-19 have doubled in Murray County in the past week causing concern there could be a spike in the days and weeks ahead, officials said his week.
Following a short executive session, Sulphur City Council members approved the new contract and re-employment of City Manager Andy Freeman at the regular monthly meeting Monday night.
Sulphur School officials went above and beyond last week give the 2020 senior class lasting memories of their finals days at SHS.
Friday, June 5th, is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the June 30th Primary and Special Elections, Murray County Election Board Secretary Tommie Grimes said today.