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Karson Dodd and Bralea White of Cotton County were two of 10 Oklahoma high school seniors selected to attend the seventh annual Oklahoma Youth Leading Agriculture conference June 14-16 in Oklahoma City. Hosted by Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s Young Farmers & Ranchers Committee, the White OYLA... + continue reading
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Chris Lipscomb recently placed 3rd in 5K and 5th in 10K road races at the National Senior Games in Birmingham, AL. The National Senior Games is the world’s largest multi-sport championship event for people ages 50 and over. This year was the 30th anniversary of this bi-annual event and... + continue reading
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Kenny Smith, Master of the Cache Valley Masonic Lodge #530 was very proud to present Janell Philpott of the Walters Educational Foundation a check in the amount of $2,000.00 to help with their scholarship program.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://... + continue reading
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Jordan Fugett, a 2017 graduate of Walters High School, was chosen as the recipient of the Cotton County Art Council’s annual scholarship. Jordan’s portfolio that was examined by the council members was very beautiful and used a variety of art media. Congratulations Jordan!  ... + continue reading
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The Walters City Council met on June 06, 2017 in the 2017City Council Chambers in the City Hall. Those present were Mayor David Mitchell; Vice Mayor Roberta Ellis; Councilmen Steve McCammon, Bob Nance and Richard Anderson; City Manager Shawn Strange; City Attorney Hyman Copeland; and City Clerk... + continue reading

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By: Tom Cole Since becoming president, Donald Trump has consistently vowed to rebuild our national defense and to improve the services we render to our veterans. Last week, the House of Representatives took the first step for helping the president make good on that promise. When it comes to... + continue reading
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By OICA CEO Joe Dorman Our group is called the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy, and we take that last word in our name very seriously. If it were not for the citizen-led organizations demanding more for our society and working to help certain segments have better opportunities, we would... + continue reading

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Karson Dodd and Bralea White of Cotton County were two of 10 Oklahoma high school seniors selected to attend the seventh annual Oklahoma Youth Leading Agriculture conference June 14-16 in Oklahoma City. Hosted by Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s Young Farmers & Ranchers Committee, the White OYLA... + continue reading
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Chris Lipscomb recently placed 3rd in 5K and 5th in 10K road races at the National Senior Games in Birmingham, AL. The National Senior Games is the world’s largest multi-sport championship event for people ages 50 and over. This year was the 30th anniversary of this bi-annual event and... + continue reading
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Kenny Smith, Master of the Cache Valley Masonic Lodge #530 was very proud to present Janell Philpott of the Walters Educational Foundation a check in the amount of $2,000.00 to help with their scholarship program.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://... + 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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By: Tom Cole Since becoming president, Donald Trump has consistently vowed to rebuild our national defense and to improve the services we render to our veterans. Last week, the House of... + continue reading

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Karson Dodd and Bralea White of Cotton County were two of 10 Oklahoma high school seniors selected to attend the seventh annual Oklahoma Youth Leading Agriculture conference June 14-16 in Oklahoma... + continue reading