Sulphur Times-Democrat
Splash Pad Construction Begins

Splash Pad Construction Begins

by Mike WestGet ready to get wet, as construction began on Sulphur’s splash pad Monday, August...

Back to School Going Smoothly; Enrollment Up

Back to School Going Smoothly; Enrollment Up

by Mike WestWhile some Sulphur Schools are experiencing increased enrollments, the transition...

Dogs To Test Seminole

Dogs To Test Seminole

by Whitt CarterPractice continues for an optimistic Sulphur football squad, as the Dogs look to...

Girls Win Final Two Games In Busy Week Of Fastpitch

Girls Win Final Two Games In Busy Week Of Fastpitch

by Whitt CarterA busy week turned out just fine for Sulphur, as they rebounded from three early...

  • Splash Pad Construction Begins

  • Back to School Going Smoothly; Enrollment Up

  • Dogs To Test Seminole

  • Girls Win Final Two Games In Busy Week Of Fastpitch


Back to School Going Smoothly; Enrollment Up

by Mike West

While some Sulphur Schools are experiencing increased enrollments, the transition from the fun-loving days of summer is going well here. After two days of school last week, students started their first full week of classes Monday, August 18.

Splash Pad Construction Begins

by Mike West

Get ready to get wet, as construction began on Sulphur’s splash pad Monday, August 12, according to Wes Hilliard. “Construction should take about four weeks,” he added. Hilliard has been active in fundraising and planning for the project. He is pleased with the early construction progress.

Girls Win Final Two Games In Busy Week Of Fastpitch

by Whitt Carter

A busy week turned out just fine for Sulphur, as they rebounded from three early losses to win the final two games of the week and build some confidence heading forward. The Lady Dogs fell to a topfive team in Marlow and Pauls Valley on Thursday, but traveled to Henryetta festival and bounced back with better play.

Dogs To Test Seminole

by Whitt Carter

Practice continues for an optimistic Sulphur football squad, as the Dogs look to gauge themselves this Friday when they travel to Seminole for the first of two scrimmages. Sulphur is coming off of a return trip to the Class 3A State Playoffs, finishing 5-6 and advancing to the postseason after a three-year absence.

The Mother Road Continues Route 66 Discussion At Library

The Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma series continues with The Mother Road by Michael Wallis on Tuesday, August 26th at 6:30 p.m. at the Parker Memorial Library. Scholar Trisha Yarbrough will take guests down a cultural history of America’s most famous highway as the book chronicles the road from its founding to its demise and revival, and celebrates the many sites and stops along its 2,400-mile route.

Chickasaw Award Winning Artist, Mary Ruth Barnes Featured Artist

Mary Ruth Barnes will be the featured artist at the Jean Carr Gallery in Sulphur, at 330 West Muskogee. Barnes will have her works on display the month of August. There will be a reception open to the public on Thursday, Aug. 28 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The public is invited to attend or view her artwork and other works from many local artists at the Jean Carr Gallery Thursday through Saturday from 3:00 p.m. to 7 p.m. the month of August.