Approximately one-half of the city residences in Sulphur will soon have current water meters replaced with smart meters.
To get into the holiday mood, try visiting the Artists of the Arbuckles Holiday Crafts’ Show and Sale at the Jean Carr Gallery downtown.
Sulphur’s brilliant fall weather the last few weeks sculpted this colorful scene in Chickasaw National Recreation Area and it was captured by local photographer Sabrina Duck.
PHOTO BY DEJAY ARMS
These Sulphur teachers were honored at last Friday night’s Sulphur-Pauls Valley football game for outstanding teacher awards. The awards were presented by the Sulphur Kiwanis Club. Pictured are, from left, Sulphur Kiwanian Wes Hilliard, teacher Edward Sallee, Kiwanian Jenny Trett, teacher Mendy Young, Kiwanian Kristalynn Pittman, teacher McKenzie Doty, Kiwanian Tonya Jacobs and teacher Tracy Cook.
Local teachers were recognized at the Friday night football game as recipients of the Sulphur Kiwanis Club Outstanding Teacher Award for the first nine weeks.
Sulphur game warden Casey Young, center, was nominated for and received the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies’ Game Warden of the Year Award. Young, who lives in the Sulphur area, was given the award in ceremonies in October in Hilton Head, S.C. Pictured with Young are Col. Nathan Erdman, left, and Lt. Col. Wade Farrar, right.
The Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies recently awarded Officer of the Year to local Murray County Game Warden Lieutenant Casey Young.