Area and local residents will have a chance to vote for the best soup in town on Thursday as the Sulphur Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual Souper Bowl event.
Longtime Murray County employee Pam Henley, third from left, was honored during the regular meeting of the Murray County Commissioners. Henley, who is retiring, was given a citation for her 34 years of service to the county by commissioners Darrell Hudson, Colt Williams and Kent McKinley, from left.
Murray County Commissioners recognized Pam Henley at the regular weekly meeting on Monday. Henley has been an employee at the Murray County Courthouse for the past 34 years.
OSD, DRS, state and elected leaders and students joined last Wednesday to break ground on the school’s new aquatic center. Due to inclement weather, the event was held in the gym. Pictured in the ceremony are, from left, Melinda Fruendt, Richard Dietzel,Trisha Murray, Pam Chitwood, Chris Reagle, Heath Tate, Chris Dvorak, Isaiah Holt, House Speaker Charles McCall, April Pennell, Senator Frank Simpson and Wes Hilliard.
Amid ooh’s and aah’s from the students of the school, the Oklahoma School for the Deaf broke ground last Wednesday for a new $2 million aquatic center to be built on the OSD campus.
The Chickasaw Cultural Center and the Chickasaw National Recreation Area (CNRA) will join the community in celebrating the American bald eagle with bald eagle watch events 9 a.m. to 5
An abundance of community food programs are growing at the Sulphur United Methodist Church. In 2019, three major food distribution activities and a monthly free community dinner helped feed food-insecure