Sulphur high school girl’s basketball team members celebrate after defeating Cascia Hall in the finals of the regional tournament at Henryetta last Saturday evening.
Citizens throughout this area are joining with the statewide deaf community in mourning the passing of Oklahoma School for Deaf Superintendent Larry Hawkins, who died unexpectedly on Saturday, Feb. 23.
OKLAHOMA CITY –A bill that would fine rail companies for blocking railroad intersections with stopped trains passed unanimously out of the House Transportation Committee last week. House Bill 2472 would
These four Sulphur teachers were recognized as Teacher of the Year nominees during the final regular season home basketball game against Kingston last Tuesday. One teacher is chosen from each
PHOTO BY MIKE WEST
Retired National Park Service worker Rosalind Burrough related her well-traveled career in a talk for the Arbuckle Historical Society at its meeting Monday night, Feb. 18 at the Museum.
She remembered poignant facts about her service on a team after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City.
Rosalind Burrough has come a long way from the wheat fields of her youth. In her more than 30-year career with the National Park Service, she even wound up serving