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Wed
15
Oct

Walters Chamber of Commerce Set Date For The Annual Pancake Breakfast

Walters Chamber of Commerce Community Chest Drive PANCAKE BREAKFAST is Sat., Oct. 25th, from 6 am ‘til 11 am!! This annual fund-raiser benefits so many worthy causes, right here in Walters!! So come out, enjoy a delicious breakfast with your friends & neighbors, & know that you’re helping your community!!
 
Wed
15
Oct

Temple Business Suffers Damage During Saturday Storm

Saturday, October 11 brought severe storms to the area and much needed rain. Temple suffered the worst of the winds that accompanied the storm.  Joe Harris, owner of CottonCounty Auto Supply, is on the Temple Volunteer
Fire Department. During the night Saturday Joe got a call from the Fire Department of need to clear debris off of main street, he had no idea that it was his building that was the cause the debris
 
Wed
15
Oct

Walters Rotary Club’s 2014 Paul Harris Fellow Is Named

David Schumpert, Secretary/  Treasurer of the Walters Rotary Club recognizes Jeff Simpson, left, as Walters Rotary Club’s 2014 Paul Harris Fellow. The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, to The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International
 
Wed
08
Oct

Walters City Council Met On September 16, 2014

The Walters City Council met in regular session at 5:00 p.m. on September 16, 2014 in the City Council Chambers in the City Hall. Visitors present were Police Chief Mike Carter, Officer Tommy Stranahan, Gerald Henley, Street Superintendent Johnny Skinner, Beth Davis with the Walters Herald, Water Superintendent Wes Eidson, Joi Bellamy for the Walters Housing Authority, Jeff Baumann, Kevin Davis and Jim Keesee
 
Wed
08
Oct

Fourteenth Annual Walters Car Cruz and City Wide Garage Sale A Great Success

October 4, 2014, Walters was a happening place, with the Fourteenth Annual Walters Car Cruz and the City Wide Garage Sales. The weather was perfect for the Car Cruz and for yard selling. The sun played hide and seek for a while Saturday morning, but when it made its appearance it turned into a wonderful Fall Day! 
 
Wed
08
Oct

Walters Rotary Club Donates Dictionaries to 3rd Graders in Cotton County

Each year the Walters Rotary Club donates dictionaries to every 3rd grader in Cotton County. The students and teachers were very excited to receive their new dictionaries this year. Rotary International and the International Reading Association know that literacy is an essential ingredient for reducing poverty, improving health, encouraging community and economic development, and promoting peace. Since 2002, they have combined their resources and skills to provide literacy in communities worldwide
 
Wed
01
Oct

AgPreference, ACA donates $2000 to help the hungry

ALTUS (September 17, 2014) – AfPreference, ACA presented a $2000 check donation to the Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry of Walters, Oklahoma on Wednesday to help in the effort to aid those struggling with hunger. The funds are to be used in Cotton County

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Wed
01
Oct

Cotton County FFA Officers Looking to Make Big Strides

Officers of the Big Pasture, Temple and Walters FFA chapters participated in the 2014 Oklahoma FFA Chapter Officer Leadership’ Training Conference September 16th at the Great Plains Technology Center in Lawton. The eight state FFA officers planned and conducted this year’s conference based on the theme, “Small Steps... Bigger Strides.”

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Wed
01
Oct

Announcement for Angel Tree

The Cotton County Angel Tree will be accepting requests to sign your child/ children up for the Angel Tree beginning Monday, October 20th thru Friday, November 14th. The program is only available to those families that are currently receiving food stamps thru Cotton County DHS.

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Wed
24
Sep

Randlett Town Clerk recognized by ASCOG

ASCOG honored each municipal clerk with the longest continuous service for each of their 8 Counties. Randlett Town Clerk Jane Green, was recognized as the current Municipal  Clerk with the longest continuous service in Cotton County having served Randlett for 40 years. ASCOG President Terry Wyatt (left) presenting Jane with a plaque
 

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