Following a nationwide search, the cast of “Te Ata” is set and filming is now underway in several Oklahoma locations. Experienced, award-winning Native American actors are among those selected to bring the story based on the life of Chickasaw actress Mary Frances “Te Ata” Thompson Fisher to the silver screen.
by Mike West.
The annual City of Springs Car Show last weekend featured one of the best collections of quality cars in its 16 -year history. Beginning with a 30-car show on Woodruff Blvd., the event has grown to take over the entire downtown. This year, 176 cars were on display, competing in 35 classes.
by Whitt Carter.
The Bulldogs will look to get their first win this Friday, when they travel to Bridge Creek for the third of four non-district games on the 2014 slate. Sulphur is coming off a 32-6 loss to arch-rival and Class 2A No. 1 Davis last week.
by Whitt Carter.
Nate Johnson found the end zone from three yards out with just 37 seconds to play in the first half and Sulphur trailed Class 2A No. 1 and arch-rival Davis 13-6. Added onto that, the Bulldogs were set to receive the second half kickoff, following their 13-play, 91-yard drive that took over 5:00 to end the first half.
President Donna Perhus called the Oaklawn OHCE Club to order at 1:00 p.m. on September 11 at Skateworld. Gail Hughes served as hostess for the meeting. Maxine Lannom led members in the salute to the American fl ag. Hughes read a poem titled “Know The Symptoms - Please Read!”
The Artists of the Arbuckles Art Exhibit and sale offered purchase awards to give business people and other community leaders and citizens an opportunity to be the first to buy the art in the gallery. The buyers make an early pledge to purchase at least $150 worth of art.