by Mike West
More than 40 Murray County movers and shakers gathered for an all-day economic development strategic planning retreat at the Chickasaw Retreat and Conference Center Monday, Sept. 28. The meeting of leading community figures from many areas and occupations was a project of the Murray County Development Authority.
Sulphurite and United States Marine veteran Andy Pannell showed the true meaning of dedication and devotion. Pannell, a tri-athlete, just completed a 256.83-mile run from the Kansas/Oklahoma border to the Oklahoma/Texas border.
by Whitt Carter
If there were any questions about the Sulphur offense early in the season, those have been answered and more. The Dogs (4-1) continued to pile on the points, as they rolled over Comanche 61-6 Friday night.
by Whitt Carter
At several points, it looked like the Sulphur Lady Bulldogs’ season was nearly over. But as head coach Heath Gilbert has preached all year long, his girls never give up.
Sulphur native Samantha Howe, right, an animal science major, receives an Oklahoma State University Joseph Fleming Scholarship from CASNR associate dean Cynda Clary, and DASNR dean Thomas Coon, at the university’s recent College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources New Student Scholarship Reception.
OKLAHOMA CITY (Oct. 1, 2015) – Governor Mary Fallin last week kicked off her sixth annual Feeding Oklahoma Drive with the goal of raising two million meals to help feed hungry Oklahoma families, children and seniors. The month-long food drive will benefit the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma and their partner agencies across the state.