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Congratulations to SHS Tors Football players Glenn Willis, Kendrick Celestine, Kaleb Hogg and Slade Manlief for playing in today's I-10 Bowl at Matt Walker Stadium.
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City of Sulphur added an event.

The City of Sulphur will kick off the Mardi Gras season with a parade and festival featuring the third-annual King Cake Taste Off on Saturday, February 3rd. Live music, laser tag, food vendors, and kids' activities will set up in Heritage Square beginning at noon. The Sulphur Mardi Gras Parade will start at 2 p.m. The route begins on Cypress Street at the "S" Curve and will continue to Heritage Square.

At 3 p.m., doors will open for the King Cake Taste Off, which will take place inside the new annex at The Brimstone Museum at 900 Huntington Street. Visitors can sample a variety of King Cakes from local bakers. Entry is free, while supplies last. Awards will be given out for best traditional non-filled King Cake, best filled King Cake, best decorated King Cake, and most creative King Cake, and best amateur/individual entry.

For more information on Sulphur's Mardi Gras events, to enter the parade, or for bakeries interested in participating, contact Kaitlyn Gallegos at (337) 313-1302 or e-mail All forms forms can also be found at or be picked up at Sulphur City Hall, 101 N Huntington St.

The King Cake Taste Off Application can be found here:;id=1650

The parade entry form can be found here:;id=1648

The food vendor application can be found here:
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We would again like to thank Shorty Breaux for serving as our Honorary Marshal for the Spectacle of Lights this year.

We appreciate all of the work Shorty does collecting pull tabs and cans to raise money for both The Ronald McDonald House and local families!
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We recognize December 13th as the birthday of the National Guard. On this date in 1636, the first militia regiments in North America were organized in Massachusetts. Based upon an order of the Massachusetts Bay Colony's General Court, the colony's militia was organized into three permanent regiments to better defend the colony. Today, the descendants of these first regiments - the 181st Infantry, the 182nd Infantry, the 101st Field Artillery, and the 101st Engineer Battalion of the Massachusetts Army National Guard – share the distinction of being the oldest units in the U.S. military. December 13, 1636, thus marks the beginning of the organized militia, and the birth of the National Guard's oldest organized units is symbolic of the founding of all the state, territory, and District of Columbia militias that collectively make up today's National Guard. ... See moreSee less

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