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Park Beginning To Increase Access To Some Camping Areas

Sulphur, Okla. – Following guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and state and local public health authorities, Chickasaw National Recreation Area is increasing recreational access in accordance with Oklahoma’s “Open Up and Recover Safely” plan. The National Park Service (NPS) is working servicewide with federal, state, and local public health authorities to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and using a phased approach to increase access on a park-by-park basis.

Congratulations SHS Honor Grads

Congratulations SHS Honor Grads

Sulphur High School’s honor graduates, above, will bid the school and staff farewell on June 5 at the annual commencement exercises at Agee Field. The honor students are, from left, front row, Jennifer Uglade, Abby Beck, Kylee Jay, Katee Waters, Kirby Snow, Faith Howe, Madison Wilkerson, Jaden Fylstra; back row, Kylan Couch, Faith Haines, Iris Gonzalez, Cedon Harazda, Haylie Poulin, TJ Moore, Juliana Allison and Kady Lynch. Not pictured is Payton James. PHOTO BY LISA WATSON

Sulphur Scout Completes Eagle Project With Downtown Work At Veterans Park

Zachary Boldt is Sulphur’s latest candidate for the Eagle Scout rank - the highest earned rank in Boy Scouting. He is shown beside his Eagle project - a new sign for the Veterans Park on West Broadway in Sulphur. Boldt is a scout with Sulphur Troop 160. PHOTO BY JAY LAXTON

Sulphur Scout Completes Eagle Project With Downtown Work At Veterans Park

Sulphur Boy Scout Zachary Boldt recently completed his Eagle Scout project here. Zach was assisted by members of Sulphur Troop 160. The team worked on Saturday, May 9 installing a new metal sign at the Veterans Memorial Park on Broadway at W. 11th Street.

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