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Walters Public Schools Announces Enrollment Information for 2014-2015 School Year

The excitement of a new school year is quickly approaching. Our school is extremely blessed with a wonderful community, parents, students, and staff. We sincerely appreciate our parental and community support. The
teachers and faculty strive every day to teach our young people not only academincs, but to be respectful, honest, and caring individuals
 
Wed
30
Jul

Walters Still Under Outside Water Restrictions

On April 25, 2013 the City of Walters went under water restrictions due to the fact that the Lake Boyer and Waurika Lake are very low. If there is not a sufficient rain in the near future there maybe even more restrictions made.
So far since April 25th, we have had enough rain to keep the area from having any more sever water restriction put in place. Even though the area has seen some rainfall and in areas an abuntant of rain it is still not enough
rainfall to put an end to the water restrictions  
 
Wed
30
Jul

Stars Were Shining Bright At Osu During State 4-H Roundup

Oklahoma 4-H’ers were shining like stars at the 93rd State 4-H Roundup taking place now on the Oklahoma State University campus in Stillwater. The theme for this year’s Roundup was “4-H: Making Superstars.” About 900 youth, state 4-H staff, Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service county educators and volunteer leaders, representing nearly all of Oklahoma’s 77 counties, were on hand for this three-day event slated July 23-25.

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Wed
23
Jul

Cool Weather Brings Out The Rodeo Fans

On Thursday, July 17, 2014 Walters held the annual Rodeo Parade on Broadway. With the weather being cool for July there was a great turn out. There were over 20 entries not counting Sheriff Dept., Walters PD and Walters Fire Department. There was plenty of candy thrown for kids and adults. 
 
Wed
23
Jul

Cotton County sees flooding

Cotton County – Heavy rain turned roadways into rivers and ponds into lakes when areas of Cotton County received more than nine inches of rain Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Cotton County Emergency Manager Shawn Strange said member of the Walters Fire Department were called out for a swift water rescue on State Highway 5 about 2:30 a.m,. Thursday
 
Wed
16
Jul

Cotton County Absentee Voters for August 26th Runoff Primary Need to Apply Now

Voters in Cotton County who want to have absentee ballots mailed to them for the August 26th, Runoff Primary and Temple Special School Elections, should apply now, County Election Board Secretary, Shellie Hart said today.
Although the county election board can accept applications for absentee ballots until Wednesday, August 20th, Mrs. Hart urged voters who want to vote by absentee ballot to apply early
 
Wed
16
Jul

Leadership Oklahoma Announces Twenty- Eighth Annual Class

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., July 9, 2014—Leadership Oklahoma is proud to announce the members of its twenty-eighth class selected from applicants throughout the state. “Leadership Oklahoma is very excited about the 51 people chosen for this year’s program,” said Bruce Benbrook, Chairman and President, The Stock Exchange Bank in Woodward and Chair of the Leadership Oklahoma Board of Directors 
Wed
09
Jul

Rodeo Parade, Thursday, July 17, 2014

It is time once again for the Walters Round-Up Club Rodeo, July 17, 18 & 19, 2014 and the Comanche Homecoming Pow Wow July 18, 19, and 20, 2014. The parade will be held on Thursday, July 17th at 5:00p.m.We want to invite you to join in the fun and enter in the parade. We would like to have as many individuals, riders, clubs, organizations and floats as possible to help kick off the Rodeo Parade and Pow Wow. 
 
Wed
09
Jul

4th Of July Big Hit in Walters

The Walters Chamber of Commerce, City of Walters and the Walters Volunteer Fire Department once again did a great job on the preparations and presenting the Fireworks Display held on Friday night, July 4th. The Chamber of Commerce presented the title of 4th of July Prince and Princess at 4p.m. with a great turn out. the winners are: 4th of July Prince – Brody Borden (3 yrs old) P r i n c e R u n n e r - U p – JoaQuin Saul Pequeno (2 yrs old)
4th of July Princess – Scarlett Dryden (1 yrs old) Princess Runner-Up – Jaycee Estes (1 yrs old) Princess Second Runner- Up – Shona Mahan (9 yrs old) 
 
Wed
09
Jul

Library News: KSWO-TV Weathermen Talk Tornadoes

Thursday, June 26th the Weathermen, Austin and Zac visited the Walters Public Library’s ‘Summer Reading Program’ to discuss and explain weather and tornadoes. They discussed with the adults and children how
the radar works and that its signal is sent out from Frederick, OK, and what to do for protection during a Tornado 
 

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