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by Beth Davis  Thursday, May 18, 2017 the City of Walters and surrounding areas were hit hard by 104 mile an hour wind and rain, oh yea let’s not forget the hail. The hail started out as pea size then was about golf ball size or bigger at one time. This storm took out a lot of... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
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Kyle Graham, Cason Casteel and C.J. Simms of the Walters FFA chapter, have been nominated to receive the State FFA Degree, the highest degree of active membership awarded by the Oklahoma FFA Association. The honor is bestowed upon high school senior FFA members who have demonstrated outstanding... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
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Laurnia Lamonte Speir was born on May 22, 1917 in Walters, OK. Who knew her life would be so adventurous and exciting? Lamonte was born to Andrew Montgomery (Mont) Speir and Laurnia Lavina Miller. She has two brothers, Archie Milton and Bill Leo. Lamonte’s mother was sick with lung and... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
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Walters High School senior Christopher Mason is one of a select few high school seniors across the nation to receive the prestigious four year Army ROTC scholarship. Winners were selected following a rigorous application and interview process that focused on three criteria: military potential,... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
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We were honored to have Sam Tucker, a Temple alumni and Chaplain in the Air Force, come present one of our students with a flag he had flown for her in a F22. Chaplain Tucker and Phoenix became pen pals when he was deployed to an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia. She wrote to him and sent... + continue reading

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05/24/2017
From the minutes: During the May 16 City Council meeting City Manager Shawn Strange informed the city council that he is turning in his 30 day notice to resign. Mr. Strange gave the Mayor his letter of intent to resign as the City Manager for the City of Walters. Fire Chief/Emergency Manager Monty... + continue reading
05/24/2017
By Leilana McKindra  STILLWATER, Okla. – Oklahoma State University’s Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources released two new hard red winter wheat varieties, Spirit Rider and Smith’s Gold. “Spirit Rider and Smith’s Gold fit a strong wheat... + continue reading

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by Beth Davis  Thursday, May 18, 2017 the City of Walters and surrounding areas were hit hard by 104 mile an hour wind and rain, oh yea let’s not forget the hail. The hail started out as pea size then was about golf ball size or bigger at one time. This storm took out a lot of... + continue reading
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Kyle Graham, Cason Casteel and C.J. Simms of the Walters FFA chapter, have been nominated to receive the State FFA Degree, the highest degree of active membership awarded by the Oklahoma FFA Association. The honor is bestowed upon high school senior FFA members who have demonstrated outstanding... + continue reading
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Laurnia Lamonte Speir was born on May 22, 1917 in Walters, OK. Who knew her life would be so adventurous and exciting? Lamonte was born to Andrew Montgomery (Mont) Speir and Laurnia Lavina Miller. She has two brothers, Archie Milton and Bill Leo. Lamonte’s mother was sick with lung and... + continue reading

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YEAR 2017 IN REVIEW    To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://etypeservices.com/Walters%20HeraldID405/ + continue reading

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By Leilana McKindra  STILLWATER, Okla. – Oklahoma State University’s Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources released two new hard red winter wheat varieties,... + continue reading

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by Beth Davis  Thursday, May 18, 2017 the City of Walters and surrounding areas were hit hard by 104 mile an hour wind and rain, oh yea let’s not forget the hail. The hail started out... + continue reading