Creek County District 2 employees recently completed the new Dry Hill bridge on West 141st Street near Drumright. The bridge, originally built in 1940, had been closed about three years ago due to excessive deterioration. County employees built the I-bean span bridge in about three months at an estimated material cost of about $75,000. The new bridge is a double lane bridge that is fifty-five feet long and is about two feet higher than the original bridge. The County is grateful to Dexxon Oil Company, an adjacent property owner, who donated the dirt necessary to build the road and bridge approaches. The bridge was officially opened for public use on July 18, 2018.