Murray County Commissioners opened and awarded bids on a Boom Mower for District 2 at their regular weekly meeting on Monday. Only one bid was received from P&K Equipment of
OKLAHOMA CITY – House Speaker Charles McCall has filed a bill that would fine rail companies for blocking railroad intersections with stopped trains. House Bill 2472 would authorize municipalities, county
Local school and state officials show a check representing $25,000 in funds awarded to Sulphur as part of the TSET tobacco settlement funds. The presentation ceremony was held on Tuesday, Jan. 22 during a local basketball game.
Pictured are, from leftJenny Trett, Sulphur Board of Education and Chickasaw Nation; Fob Jones, Sulphur Board of Education; Sharon Howard, Program Manager of TSET Healthy Schools Incentive Grants; Benji Sartors, Sulphur Board of Education; Charles McCall, Speaker of the Oklahoma House of Representatives; Paula Crawford, Superintendent of Sulphur Public Schools; Pam Chitwood, Arbuckle Memorial Hospital and Sulphur Public Schools Wellness Committee; Kasey Kilblane, T-SET Board of Directors; Julie Bisbee, Interim Executive Director and Director of Public Information and Outreach for TSET.
SULPHUR, OK (January 22, 2019) – Sulphur Public School District was honored last Tuesday for their efforts to improve health through the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) Healthy Incentive Program
Sulphur Superintendent Paula Crawford asked a large crowd for support in the upcoming school bonds election in a talk before the Chamber of Commerce Wednesday, Jan. 23. She explained that
PHOTOS BY SABRINA DUCK
ABOVE: Sulphur’s Cole Johnson, right, fights through a Davis defender and puts up a shot in the Bulldog’s thrilling win at Davis last weekend.
ABOVE RIGHT: The Bulldog’s Tavius McDonald, right, and Price Daube, in dark jerseys, fight for a rebound in the win against Davis.
The Sulphur boys went 1-1 this past week, getting a huge win at the end on the road at Davis 53-52 and falling to Comanche away from home 62-42. Sulphur