Settled in 1930 by J.C. Collins along the county's first railroad. Town is named after the Sunray Oil Company refinery. Area economy consists of corn, wheat, cotton, soybean, milo, sunflower production, ranching, cattle feeding and oil and gas production. Sunray is a popular area for pheasant hunting in December.
Sunray Co-Op is the world's longest country grain elevator, which is more than one-quarter mile long with a seven million bushel capacity. Annual events include Sunray Funday, an old-fashioned community barbecue with a parade, booths, school reunion and street dance, is held in August. 806/948-4111.
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