The Chickasaw Cultural Center is gearing up for what will be a busy holiday season filled with seasonal staples like decorated trees, lights and candy canes as well as unique offerings such as art markets and gourmet dinners.
Ladies of the Sulphur Sorosis Club prepared cookies and holiday treats for those who attended last Sunday night’s Avenue of Angels ceremony at Arbuckle Memorial Hospital.
Pastor Dick Terry, left, and Joey Muck, of the First Free Will Baptist Church, read the names of lost loved ones.
There was standing room only in the lobby of the Arbuckle Memorial Hospital for the 22nd annual lighting ceremony of the Avenue of Angels last Sunday evening. Brother Dick Terry,
The recently released Oklahoma A-F Report Card report was the main topic of discussion at Monday night’s regular monthly Sulphur School Board meeting. Superintendent Matt Holder told board members the
PHOTO COURTESY SULPHUR FIRE DEPARTMENT
A Sulphur firemen is silhouetted against the backdrop of raging flames as a Broadway Street apartment building was partially destroyed in a blaze early Tuesday, Nov. 26.
It was all hands on deck for Sulphur and Davis Fire Departments on November 26 when an early morning blaze ignited at a West Broadway apartment building in Sulphur. The
Santa arrives during the downtown Sulphur Christmas Parade last Saturday, atop Sulphur Fire Department aerial truck.
The Sulphur Chamber of Commerce Annual Christmas Parade was held prior to the downtown lighting on Opening Night on Saturday, November 30. Lori Bright served as Parade Marshall for the