Murray County schools last week received an allotment of COVID-19 personal protective gear from the State of Oklahoma. Sulphur, Davis and Oklahoma School for the Deaf each received children’s masks, adult masks, S-M-L-XL gloves, face shields and gowns.
Sulphur had about as good of a showing as one would have hoped for last Thursday night, when they impressed at home against Lindsay in the only tune up before the season that starts on Friday.
A motorcycle pursuit suspect died four days after he failed to negotiate a curve at a high rate of speed and crashed into a tree, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
Arbuckle Memorial Hospital administration, staff and board of control members are shown in front of the donor wall at the newly completed AMH Rural Health Clinic that adjoins the hospital. The group was taken on a walk-through of the clinic on Monday, following the board’s regular meeting. The new clinic opened last week.
Sulphur and Davis each have seven active COVID-19 cases as of Monday, Aug. 17, according to the state health department. All total, Sulphur has had 51 cases with 44 recovered and Davis has had 31 cases with 24 recovered since the beginning of the pandemic, figures show.