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PHOTO BY MIKE WEST

The top award in the Adult Photography Expo went to this brilliant landscape printed on metallic paper. The top awant went to Aylissa Marion, along with $100. She also won the Best of the Advanced Category award and 1st place in the Landscape sub-category.

Sniffing Out The Problem

Boaters visiting Chickasaw National Recreation Area’s Lake of the Arbuckles may meet a new line of defense in the fight against aquatic invasive species with a nose for detecting them

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PHOTO BY MIKE WEST

During the Sulphur Days event on Saturday, May 11 the Artists of the Arbuckles concealed painted rocks all over downtown. Kids could find a rock and bring it to the gallery to receive gift bags filled with art-related items and toys.

93 SHS Seniors To Graduate On Friday

Ninety-Three Sulphur High School seniors are just days away from a one of the most significant events in their lives. 

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American Airlines captain Mike Sommars taxis the Boeing Stearman open cockpit biplane out onto the runway at Ardmore’s Industrial Airpark last Friday to begin taking Sulphur Veterans Center residents on short flights as part of a program by the Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation. Six local veterans were taken up in the plane by. Sommars is a volunteer with the foundation.

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Sulphur Veterans Center residents are pictured before going up in a restored Boeing Stearman biplane last Friday at the Ardmore Industrial Airpark.The flights are made possible by Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation. Assistance was provided by the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs. Local veterans who made the trip were, from left,Ty Mullins, Robert Derr, Eugene Hester, Rick Ayers, Jason Hartless, American Airlines captain Mike Sommars, who volunteers his time with the foundation, and Mike Shultz.

Sulphur Vets Take Flight

Last Friday was a special day for six Sulphur Veterans Center residents. T

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