curious

United States

#1 Nov 10, 2012
Rumor has it that the Chickasaw bought out the donut shop in sulphur? Does anyone know? If so I might have to travel to Davis to buy at their other store.
I wouldnt doubt it

Lexington, OK

#2 Nov 13, 2012
It's not suprising, their buying up every piece of property around that spruce goose of a hotel their building. Several years back Pontotoc County was worried they were going to buy up all the property in that county and was afraid they would quit paying property taxes. Now it seems they are buying up property in Murray County. They don't have to pay property taxes if they don't want to. The Chickasaws have an endless money supply to buy anything they want,thanks to all the money people give them at the casinos.
True

Miami, OK

#3 Feb 14, 2013
I wouldnt doubt it wrote:
It's not suprising, their buying up every piece of property around that spruce goose of a hotel their building. Several years back Pontotoc County was worried they were going to buy up all the property in that county and was afraid they would quit paying property taxes. Now it seems they are buying up property in Murray County. They don't have to pay property taxes if they don't want to. The Chickasaws have an endless money supply to buy anything they want,thanks to all the money people give them at the casinos.
That is true the Indian used tax payers money to buy back their lands. They will pay anything for any properties. But I heard the Indians bought them for a great amounts and they relocating somewhere on Broadway or maybe three blocks north of them. I heard from the church that I go to.
Farmer

United States

#4 Mar 13, 2013
True wrote:
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That is true the Indian used tax payers money to buy back their lands. They will pay anything for any properties. But I heard the Indians bought them for a great amounts and they relocating somewhere on Broadway or maybe three blocks north of them. I heard from the church that I go to.
I stop regularly at the donut shop so I had to asked them are they really moving. The owners said they're not moving anywhere. Also asked if the new donut shop is their family. The new donut shop next to the meat shop is not associated them. It is some Korean they told me and the Chickasaw have not bought them out yet. I told them they have one of the best locations hang in there. Every nice people.
OKC

United States

#5 May 9, 2013
curious wrote:
Rumor has it that the Chickasaw bought out the donut shop in sulphur? Does anyone know? If so I might have to travel to Davis to buy at their other store.
I thought they moved to that old station by snack shack. I guess was wrong. All I know who ever comes to sulphur they need to stop at the donut shop on the corner of broadway and national parks.
Insider

United States

#6 May 9, 2013
I wouldnt doubt it wrote:
It's not suprising, their buying up every piece of property around that spruce goose of a hotel their building. Several years back Pontotoc County was worried they were going to buy up all the property in that county and was afraid they would quit paying property taxes. Now it seems they are buying up property in Murray County. They don't have to pay property taxes if they don't want to. The Chickasaws have an endless money supply to buy anything they want,thanks to all the money people give them at the casinos.
I heard the chickasaw have a place for them around the visitor center.
5am donut shop

United States

#7 May 9, 2013
I have families in dallas and that is one donut shop they would not stop at. Lots of varieties to choose from but it leaves a bad taste afterward. They advised me not to go there.
Beware

Lexington, OK

#8 May 12, 2013
Farmer wrote:
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I stop regularly at the donut shop so I had to asked them are they really moving. The owners said they're not moving anywhere. Also asked if the new donut shop is their family. The new donut shop next to the meat shop is not associated them. It is some Korean they told me and the Chickasaw have not bought them out yet. I told them they have one of the best locations hang in there. Every nice people.
If Koreans own the new 5am Donut Shop, I would stay away from anything with meat in it.
Wow

Miami, OK

#9 May 13, 2013
I know someone that work with the nation, they said the nation willing to give large amounts. One of the hottest land they're eyeing on.
City insider

Ada, OK

#10 Aug 22, 2013
Wow wrote:
I know someone that work with the nation, they said the nation willing to give large amounts. One of the hottest land they're eyeing on.
The nation is waiting to resolve their parking issues with the city. They broke of talk to buy a vacant lot by the bank to use as their parking space. But the guy selling want more than what the willing to offered. Eventually the nation will buy the donut shop lot. From what I heard.
Anonymous

Gulfport, MS

#11 Sep 17, 2013
Well, they bought the newly remodeled Church on the East side of them for enough money to buy the old Walmart, what are they putting in the Church? Why not just doze it down & make more parking. I mean Murray County has enough Churches, I think more than, people to fill them.
lolz

Ada, OK

#12 Jan 25, 2014
Thank God for the Indians... or Sulphur would dry up into a smaller ball of caca then it already is.

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