Sulphur's Buried Hatchet
In the early 1900s, the town of Sulphur was split in two, with East Sulphur and West Sulphur sitting on opposite sides of Rock Creek and no bridge in between. As statehood approached and Sulphur was chosen as the Murray County seat, a dangerous rivalry ensued. This week on LoyalTV, learn about the unique history of the area and how the two factions literally buried the hatchet to become a stronger and more unified Sulphur.
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