Large crowd enjoys Sulphur Independence Day activities

Wednesday, July 4, 2018

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Westside Eagle Observer/SUSAN HOLLAND Brothers Hunter and Evan Carter, sons of Joe and Sheri Carter, display their fish and the prizes they won in the Sulphur Day fishing derby. Both were first-place winners in their age groups. Hunter, 13, took the 12-16 age division with a 16 1/4-inch fish; and Evan, 11, won the 6-11 age division with a 16 3/4-inch fish. Their prize tackle boxes and Ugly Stik rods were furnished by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.

Westside Eagle Observer/SUSAN HOLLAND Brothers Hunter and Evan Carter, sons of Joe and Sheri Carter, display their fish and the prizes they won in the Sulphur Day fishing derby. Both were first-place winners in their age groups. Hunter, 13, took the 12-16 age division with a 16 1/4-inch fish; and Evan, 11, won the 6-11 age division with a 16 3/4-inch fish. Their prize tackle boxes and Ugly Stik rods were furnished by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.

SULPHUR SPRINGS -- The annual Independence Day celebration at Sulphur Springs attracted a large crowd again this year as many former residents returned for the popular event. Activities, planned for young and old, kept the crowd entertained throughout the day and into the evening.


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