Skye Smith is excited about being selected to attend an audition of Drum Corps International as a Blue Knight. Her band director, Sean Johnson, will register her for the audition in July which will be held in November in Colorado.
by Mike West
Several hundred flags were officially retired at the Plaza Thursday evening, April 9. American Legion Platt National Park Post 148 conducted the ceremony, assisted by Sulphur Cub Scouts
and Girl Scouts from Sulphur and Davis. The ceremony began with Dayne Bradley playing “Taps” on a trumpet, as Legionnaires and Scouts stood at attention.
by Whitt Carter
The Sulphur Lady Dogs felt like they had a good chance in Monday’s district tournament and if they played well, they would walk away with the district title. They did, and did it in impressive fashion. The Lady Dogs rolled Dickson 25-4 in game one, and beat Marietta in a best of three series 5-3 and 10-0 to claim the district
by Whitt Carter
The Sulphur girls had their best finish of the year last week, and it comes at the right time. The Lady Dogs posted a 396 team score, good for third at the Pauls Valley Tournament, led by a fifth-place 99 from Kara Cornell and a tenth-place 106 from Reagan Flanary.
by Tom Dooley
Leadership Murray County Class XI traveled to the State Capitol where they met and visited with local state legislators as part of their Government Day activities. Wes Hilliard, LMC Board
Member and past State Representative for District 22, provided a guided tour of the Capitol.
Sulphur High School juniors and seniors dressed in their finest and proudly walked the walk last Friday as the school held its annual junior-senior banquet and promenade. For the second year in a row, the event was held at the new and elegant Artesian Hotel in downtown Sulphur.