The Sulphur Board of Education approved the lease purchase of a new 2020 school bus for the 2018-2019 school year. At their regular meeting Monday, Sept.

An Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper from the Garvin/Murray County area was recognized as the Trooper of the Year for his effort in helping an accident victim.

The Artists of the Arbuckles will open their 37th annual Art Show to the public on Friday, Sept. 21 at their Jean Carr Gallery downtown.


The same month that the wire suspension bridge at Bromide Springs was completed, Supt. Greene began his campaign to have a substantial bridge built in West Central Park (Flower Park).

Pesticide applicators and dealers, homeowners, farmers, ranchers and gardeners are invited to participate in an Unwanted Pesticide Disposal Program from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

For the second time during his term in office, President Trump has had the opportunity to place a new Justice on the Supreme Court.


Sulphur is back in action this week when they open district play by traveling to Bethel.

The Sulphur girls fell late to Lone Grove on Monday night in the district championship game, losing 4-1 in eight innings.

The Lady Dogs (26-6) had won 16 in a row before the loss.

The Oklahoma School for the Deaf girls, background, get set for the match against Arkansas School for the Deaf.

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