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Wed
27
Apr

The Nancy Moore-Nixon Scholarship Recipients Announced

The Nancy Moore-Nixon Memorial Scholarship Awards to 2016 graduating seniors for Cotton County, Oklahoma were announced April 11, 2016, as follows: Alexis Marie Skurnack – Walters High School. Daughter of Dennis and Sabne Skurnak. Alexis will attend Cameron University for an intended field of study in biology.

 

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Wed
27
Apr

2016 Arts and Crafts Festival - Best of Show Winner

Cotton County Art Council is pleased to announce that the fine arts Best of Show winner of their 2016 Arts and Crafts Festival was Amy Woodside of Walters with her oil painting titled “Red Sky at Night”.

 

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Wed
27
Apr

Zane Davis Signs With Clarendon College

Walters Senior, Zane Davis, is shown signing his Letter of Intent to be on the Rodeo Team for Clarendon College in the Fall 2016; He will participate in ranch horse competition, team roping and saddle bronc. Zane is pictured with rodeo Coach, Bret Franks. Zane is the son of Kevin and Sheri Davis

 

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Wed
27
Apr

Local Residents Inducted into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi

BATON ROUGE, LA (03/31/2016)-- The following local residents recently were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Donovan Heintzman of Walters (73572) initiated at Cameron University.

 

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Wed
20
Apr

Bobby Palmer will be painting a Memorial Wall

Bobby Palmer will be painting a Memorial Wall on the corner of Colorado and Broadway streets on May 5th, 6th and 7th. The following is the article that was put in the Walters Citizens Awareness Group page:

 
Wed
20
Apr

Oklahoma Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Teen Board Meet our April Miracle Kid – Austyn Grace

When Austyn was three her family noticed something was different about her right eye. After visiting the eye doctor, they went to the ER when she had difficulty walking and severe headaches. Physicians discovered a baseball sized cancerous tumor in her brain.

 
Wed
20
Apr

Memorial Mural Fund

To help raise funds for the Walters Memorial Mural, this framed photo of the Sultan Park swinging bridge will be raffled off during the Cotton County Art Council’s Arts and Crafts Festival which will be Saturday, April 23rd at the Comanche Nation Community Center east of Walters.

 
Wed
20
Apr

Walters Public Library Recognized As The “2016 Library Of Excellence”

Walters Public Library was recognized as the ‘2016 Library of Excellence’ by one of their book companies, Junior Library Guild. Gina Suson, Library Director said, “This book company is where we have a ‘standing continuous order’, which means they pick and choose the books out of their ‘Sale’ books and they are automatically sent to the library each month. These books are for 6th to 12th grade.

 
Wed
20
Apr

Donations for Cotton County Art Council Art Festival

The Cotton County Art Council is very greatfull to the Walters Bank and Trust, Arvest Bank and the Walters Chamber of Commerce for their generous donations to the annual Arts and Crafts Festival. CCAC President Sharon Wiley is shown receiving donations from Walters Bank and Trust President Danny Marlett, Walters Chamber of Commerce President Chris Watters, and Arvest Bank branch manager Rosezetta Dye.

 
Wed
13
Apr

Sara Williams - Miss Walters 2016

Those that attended the 2016 Miss Walters Pageant were treated to a phenomenal presentation by 12 pretty, talented and physically fit young Walters High School ladies. A few things that the audience heard but perhaps the general public missed were what it took to prepare for the pageant.

 

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