Visitors by the many thousands swarmed Sulphur and Chickasaw National Recreation Area over the long July 4th holiday period that ran from last Thursday to Sunday.
When Sulphur Police and first responders arrived on the scene of a “shots fired” call last Saturday, they discovered a man lying dead on the ground and his wife by his side, still breathing, but near death, according to Chief David Shores. The woman was taken to Arbuckle Memorial Hospital where she died a short time later.
Turner Falls in Davis experienced a tragic 4th of July holiday, according to Assistant Davis Police Chief Dee Gregory.
Artesian Nursing Home residents Clarence and Lois Patrick reaffirmed their wedding vows last week in a touching ceremony officiated by their son, Darryl Patrick.The couple has been married 63 years.
The Sulphur Board of Education members received good news of the financial status of the schools at a final year-end board meeting last Thursday evening. School Treasurer David Harp told