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May

Walters Chamber Of Commerce Met On May 16, 2016

The Walters Chamber of Commerce board met in regular session on May 16, 2016, at 12:00 p.m. in the Walters Library located at 202 N. Broadway in Walters, Oklahoma. This was a lunch meeting, with Blessed B Food Barn providing the meal. The meeting was called to order by President Chris Watters. Board Members present were Chris Watters, Leta Coats, Wes Eidson, Liz Darnell, Joi Bellamy, Brantley Tillery, Beth Davis, Jennifer Kriz, Rosezetta Dye, and Connie Landon. Board members Craig Williams and MaryAnn Holman were absent.
 
Wed
25
May

Cotton County Suffers From Early Monday Morning Storm

Early Monday morning striaght line winds brought damage to Cotton County. The City of Walters woke Monday to a major storm with no electic due to a broken PSO electric line coming into the power station on Park Road.
 
 
Wed
25
May

Education Foundation Has Successful Golf Tournament

The Walters Educational Foundation held its annual golf tournament on Saturday, May 21, with 15 four-person scramble teams competing. After the 9 a.m. shotgun start and 18 holes of competitive golf, the golfers enjoyed a barbecue sandwich lunch prepared by Walters’ favorite pork specialist, Jeff Hart. Women’s team winners were the three-person team of Lois Kinney, Lenora Wahnee, and Edith Kitchen. Lenora had the longest drive for the women and Logan Miller, playing on a men’s team, had the closest to the hole for the women.
 
 
Wed
25
May

Big Pasture High School student pages for Rep. Scooter Park

Big Pasture High School student Lilli Benson served as a legislative page for state Rep. Scooter Park during the week of May 9-12, 2016. She is from Randlett, Okla.
 
 
Wed
18
May

Walters Chamber Of Commerce Met On April 18, 2016

The Walters Chamber of Commerce board met in regular session on April 18th, 2016, at 12:00 p.m. in the Walters Library located at 202 N. Broadway in Walters, Oklahoma. This was a lunch meeting, with Mac’s Quick Mart providing a meal consisting of: Salad, Sandwich Platter, Chips, Cookies, & Drinks, at a cost of $8.68 per person. The proceeds from this meal were generously donated to the Walters Chapter of the Girl Scouts of Western Oklahoma by Mr. Amit Patel. Board Members present were Chris Watters, Leta Coats, Wes Eidson, Liz Darnell, Joi Bellamy, Brantley Tillery, John Sheppard, Beth Davis, Jennifer Kriz, Rosezetta Dye, Craig Williams, and Connie Landon. Board member Mary Ann Holman was absent. 

 

Wed
18
May

Absentee Ballots Available for June 28, 2016 Primary Election

Voters in Cotton County who want to have absentee ballots mailed to them for the June 28, Primary Election should apply now, County Election Board Secretary, Shellie Hart, said today. Although the county election board can accept applications for absentee ballots until Wednesday, June 22, Mrs. Hart urged voters who want to vote by absentee ballot to apply early. Absentee ballot application forms are available at the Cotton County Election Board office located the Cotton County Courthouse, 301 N. Broadway St., Rm. 2, Walters, OK 73572. An online version of the form can be filled out and submitted electronically at: www.elections.ok.gov. A print form can also be downloaded at that address. 

 

Wed
18
May

Walters City Council and Municipal Judge Sworn In On May 3, 2016

On Tuesday May 3, 2016 Municipal Judge Gerald Hayes administered the “Oath of Office” to the City Council. The City Council are: Bobby Nance, Steve McCammon, Mayor David Mitchell, Vice-Mayor Roberta Ellis and Cotton County District #2, in cooperation with the Comanche Tribe, completed Richard Anderson. Municipal Judge Gerald Hayes also had the pleasure of administering the “Oath of Office” to Austin Bain. Austin Bain is the new Municipal Judge for the City of Walters. 

 

Wed
18
May

Memorial Wall - Reflection Bridge

Several months ago a group got together and wanted to do something for the youth of Walters to be able to remember friends by, instead of climbing the City of Walters Water Tower and writing on it. The group contacted Debbie Connelly to see if she would let them use her wall facing Colorado St. The group then went before the City Council to ask if it is ok with them to do this project. They had no problem with the request. 

 

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Wed
18
May

Cotton County District #2 and Comanche Nation Resurface Roads

Cotton County District #2, in cooperation with the Comanche Tribe, completed a 3’’ overlay road project on Indian Highway and South Boundary roads. Commissioner Lipscomb stated this project has been in the working stages for several years, and would not have been completed without help from the Comanche Nation Tribe. Cotton County had plans drawn up but didn’t have the financing to complete the project. 

 

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Wed
18
May

The Walters Pinochle Club Held Monthly Game Night

The Walters Pinochle Club met at the Senior Citizen Center for their May Game Night.Hosts for this event were LaVena and John Parrish. High Score went to Toni Penn and Bill Boyer with the Most Pinochles going to Betty and Kenneth Rupe. Other players were Lois and Frank Kinney, Tara Brown and Pat Driskill; Carolyn and Charles Wickwire. If you wish to join in the fun, feel free to contact any of the members to get all the information. Come join us for friendship and fellowship! 

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