It has been quite a busy week in Washington, D.C., and despite the fervor and fireworks on Capitol Hill, Congress has accomplished a number of legislative items amongst the debate on immigration.
One of the founding fathers of Sulphur Springs was Willis Townsley. He and his family were instrumental in the development of many of the attractions of Sulphur.
What seemed to be once impossible, has finally come to fruition. The President of the United States, Donald Trump, met with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un last week.
This week’s Indian Pioneer Paper was recorded by W.P.A. fieldwriter John F. Daugherty in 1937 at Mr. Carr’s residence in Sulphur, OK.
In recent years, our country has been ravaged by a deadly epidemic that is destroying communities and families alike.