A man and woman wanted for questioning in the theft of a vehicle in Murray County fled from a Carter County deputy after a traffic stop in early August and remain at large, local lawmen said Monday.
Parents of second grade students at Sulphur Elementary School attend a meet and greet on Monday August 10 from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. The event was held on the playground at the school and served as a meet and greet session to allow them to connect with the teachers face to face before the start of school on Wednesday, August 12.
In a two-hour long council meeting Monday evening, members tabled several items after lengthy discussions.
Nearly 400 miles of rural interstates in Oklahoma, including Murray County, will be shifting up to a maximum speed limit of 75 mph in the coming months. Drivers will only see these changes outside of the major metro areas of these routes, and should pay close attention to safety during this transition.
Sulphur Public School officials are pulling out all the stops to try to ensure a safe in-person learning environment for students this fall. Details were outlined for Board of Education members Monday night at the regular monthly meeting.