Wednesday, July 26, 2017
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50 Shades of Rust front l-r: Mayor David Mitchell, Board Member Rosezetta Dye, Buddy Baxter - Owner, Board Member Wes Eidson, Tina Langfitt - owner, Councilman Bobby Nance back l-r: Gerald Hayes, Senator Chris Kidd, Member Gina Suson, President Brantley Tillery, Councilman Steve McCammon,... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
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Oklahoma Rural Rehabilitation Corporation (ORRC), located in Stillwater, has completed processing scholarships to Oklahoma farm and rural students who graduated from high school this spring. Of the 224 applications received, 151 scholarships totalling $68,200 were approved to assist students... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 19, 2017
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On Thursday, July 13, 2017 Walters Chamber of Commerce held the annual Rodeo Parade on Broadway. There were many entries not counting Sheriff Dept., Walters PD and Walters Fire Department. There was plenty of candy thrown for kids and adults. Float winner: Comanche Star Casino and the Non-Float... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 19, 2017
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Twenty Practical Nursing students from Red River Technology Center recently received their pins and diplomas during a graduation ceremony held June 22, 2017, at the Delbert E. Morrison Health Careers Building Auditorium. Superintendent Dennis Loafman delivered the welcome to the crowd of... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
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The legislators, city staff and OMPA had in depth discussions regarding issues facing OMPA and our member cities, as well as our outlook on the future. Those in attendance were: Senator Chris Kidd, District 31; Senator Paul Scott, District 43; Representative Marcus McEntire, District 50;... + continue reading

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Oklahoma landowners looking for some extra income are encouraged to sign up for the new Oklahoma Land Access Program from the Department of Wildlife Conservation. The new program will use more than $2 million in federal grant money to increase public hunting and fishing opportunities in exchange... + continue reading
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Here’s how politics works. People elect lawmakers to go to the state Capitol to represent their interests. People pay taxes to support government services. Lawmakers decide how much money goes to each service – education, transportation, healthcare, human services, public safety, etc.... + continue reading

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50 Shades of Rust front l-r: Mayor David Mitchell, Board Member Rosezetta Dye, Buddy Baxter - Owner, Board Member Wes Eidson, Tina Langfitt - owner, Councilman Bobby Nance back l-r: Gerald Hayes, Senator Chris Kidd, Member Gina Suson, President Brantley Tillery, Councilman Steve McCammon,... + continue reading
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Oklahoma Rural Rehabilitation Corporation (ORRC), located in Stillwater, has completed processing scholarships to Oklahoma farm and rural students who graduated from high school this spring. Of the 224 applications received, 151 scholarships totalling $68,200 were approved to assist students... + continue reading
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On Thursday, July 13, 2017 Walters Chamber of Commerce held the annual Rodeo Parade on Broadway. There were many entries not counting Sheriff Dept., Walters PD and Walters Fire Department. There was plenty of candy thrown for kids and adults. Float winner: Comanche Star Casino and the Non-Float... + continue reading

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The June 3 Election Results were made Official 5 p.m. June 6 by the CBC (Comanche Nation Business Committee), and CBC No. 3, Ronald Red Elk, and CBC. No. 4, Clyde Narcomey, was Sworn In at 7 p.m.... + continue reading

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Here’s how politics works. People elect lawmakers to go to the state Capitol to represent their interests. People pay taxes to support government services. Lawmakers decide how much money goes... + continue reading

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50 Shades of Rust front l-r: Mayor David Mitchell, Board Member Rosezetta Dye, Buddy Baxter - Owner, Board Member Wes Eidson, Tina Langfitt - owner, Councilman Bobby Nance back l-r: Gerald... + continue reading