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Cotton County Art Council Presents 47th Arts & Crafts Festival, Walters, OK

 
Walters, Oklahoma, March  23, 2015 - The Cotton County Art Council is gearing up for a Cotton County Art Council Presents 47th Arts & Crafts Festival, Walters, OK Some of what you might see at the 47th Arts & Crafts Festival fantastic 2015 Arts and Crafts Festival which will be Saturday, April 25th from 9am to 4pm at the Comanche Nation Community Center located on Highway 53 just east of Walters, Oklahoma. The Council has hosted an art show every year since 1976, and they are excited to be having their 47th show. The Festival will have  wide variety of fine art by ocal and visiting artists as well as a varied assortment  of craft and vendor booths.  Admission is free.
 
 
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Miss Walters Pageant Saturday, March 28, 2015

 
Fourteen beautiful young ladies will be vying for the 2015 Miss Walters title this Saturday in a newly refurbished  school auditorium.This will be the first time the auditorium will be viewed by the community that so generously donated to bring the building constructed over 40 years ago to be a showcase for the school and city. At 7 p.m., March 28, those elegant blue front curtains will open to present a gorgeous array of attractive young ladies. Tickets went on sale March 21 and according to Lisa Mumford, finance chair, the seats were rapidly filled. There are some reserved ickets available and maybe purchased at Lagerberg’s Office 120 S. Bdwy. during the week, or the evening of the pageant. 
 
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Mar

HOME & GARDEN Is Your Yard Wildlife-Friendly?Walters Elementary Students Of The Month Of February, 2015

Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten: Grace Robley, Britlee Johnston, Kelsey Tabbytosavit, Paul Komula, Journey Brown, Demi Permansu, Asher Dryden, Axton Ramirez, Keston Simpson, Holden Hanson.

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HOME & GARDEN Is Your Yard Wildlife-Friendly?

Being a good neighbor means more than being friendly to the humans across the street, it also means being friendly to the animals in your yard. Making your yard a safe place for local wildlife should be a top lawn care priority. With that in mind, here are some tips for creating a healthy habitat for local critters.

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Mar

Red River Technology Center Students Place At District Contests

Red River Technology Center recently had several students place in their respective program district contests. Placing were (back, l-r) Heating and Air Conditioning students - Mike Goracke, first place in post-secondary HVAC, Duncan; Tyler McCartney, second place in post-secondary HVAC, Walters; Dustin Baggs, fifth place in post-secondary HVAC, Cookietown; Joshua Strawn, fourth place in high school HVAC,

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Mar

Attorney General Pruitt speaks at Walters Rotary Club

Okla._Oklahoma’s attorney general made a stop in Walters Thursday afternoon to speak to the Rotary Club about some of the top issues in the state. Attorney General Scott Pruitt spoke about the challenges faced by the state on the federal level.

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18
Mar

Finalists announced in essay competition

High school juniors from 7 schools submitted a total of 73 essays in Cotton Electric Cooperative’s 2015 Rural Electric Youth Tour contest. The entries were pared down to the 25 best essays on the topic “Life in rural southwest Oklahoma without Cotton Electric Cooperative” and their authors were invited to CEC headquarters in Walters for the interview round of the competition.

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18
Mar

The annual 2015 MISS WALTERS PAGEANT is scheduled for Saturday, March 28, 2015

The annual 2015 MISS WALTERS PAGEANT is scheduled for Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. in the newly renovated school auditorium. Initially there were eighteen contestants that signedup for the event and the Pageant Board was in a quandary as to where they would put them all. When rehearsals began only fourteen lovely young ladies are now vying for the honor of being crowned by 2014 Miss Walters, KaitlynMcKenzie Metcalfe.

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Wed
18
Mar

Southern Oklahoma Fishing ReportSouthern Oklahoma

This young man caught his first trout at Perry CCC Lake on March 7.

March 7. Elevation below normal, water 41 and clear. Largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass slow on Alabama rigs, crankbaits and jigs at 30 ft. along channels and the main lake. With the inclement weather fishing has been slow. Reportsubmitted by Jack Melton. Blue River: March 10. Elevation normal, water 48 and murky. Trout good on Power Bait at 4-6 ft. along creek channels, rocks and below riffles and obstructions in current. Approximately 2,000 rainbow trout were stocked on March 9.

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Mar

Southern Oklahoma Fishing Report

SOUTHEAST Arbuckle: February 28. Elevation below normal, water 44. Largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass slow on jigs at 30 ft. in the main lake; before the snow bass were being caught on wobble head jigs at 20-35 ft. White bass and crappie very slow. The road into the ramp is not accessible due to snow. Report submitted by Jack Melton. Blue River: No report submitted.

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