Wednesday, August 16, 2017
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By Cleeta Gammill In 1917, six women from the Ahpeatone Community met and formed a club. They called this club the Homesteaders because that was the criteria to belong to this club. You must be a homesteader on your land. These ladies met once a month in each other’s homes. They learned... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
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Ed Mounts of Cache Valley Lodge 530, awarding the District 34 funds for Fiesta Fuqua. This money will be used to support children throughout all counties in the District and will directly support the purchase of shoes for school age children. District 34 Masonic bodies are proud to support Masonry... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
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On Friday, August 4, 2017 Officer Jimmy Gallaher made a routine traffic stop, the individual failed to wear safty goggles over eyes on a motorcycle, with the help of K-9 Officer Ketso Simpson, (resulting in finding all in the above picture), of drugs. Good Job Guys!!!   To read more... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
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Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s 62nd annual band camp recently attracted 452 students from five states to the Weatherford campus. Camp director Marc Mueller said the students auditioned for placement in one of six concert bands and participated in rehearsals as well as a variety of... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
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Walters Round-Up Club proudly presents the “Outstanding Volunteer Award” for 2017 to two hardworking ladies (with really cold hands) that volunteer at the drink concession all three nights…….Pamela Varner and Andrea Ballard. These ladies have been volunteering their... + continue reading

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08/16/2017
The Cotton County Free Fair is Just around the corner, August 23,24,25,26,2017 at the Expo Center and Ag Arena in Walters. There will be animal exhibits on Saturday, August 26,2017, OHCE, 4-H exhibits and a big concession stand with our famous OHCE Chicken Salad, Bar – B- Que sandwiches and... + continue reading
08/16/2017
Local group participates in Fresh Paint Days, a Keep Oklahoma Beautiful initiative Oklahoma City, August 11, 2017) – 66 community structures across Oklahoma have been chosen as projects for Fresh Paint Days. This Keep Oklahoma Beautiful (KOB) program is designed to encourage volunteers to... + continue reading

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08/16/2017 - 0 comment(s)
By Cleeta Gammill In 1917, six women from the Ahpeatone Community met and formed a club. They called this club the Homesteaders because that was the criteria to belong to this club. You must be a homesteader on your land. These ladies met once a month in each other’s homes. They learned... + continue reading
08/09/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Ed Mounts of Cache Valley Lodge 530, awarding the District 34 funds for Fiesta Fuqua. This money will be used to support children throughout all counties in the District and will directly support the purchase of shoes for school age children. District 34 Masonic bodies are proud to support Masonry... + continue reading
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On Friday, August 4, 2017 Officer Jimmy Gallaher made a routine traffic stop, the individual failed to wear safty goggles over eyes on a motorcycle, with the help of K-9 Officer Ketso Simpson, (resulting in finding all in the above picture), of drugs. Good Job Guys!!!   To read more... + continue reading

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By Leilana McKindra STILLWATER, Okla. – While Oklahoma students enjoy the last few weeks of summer, another school year is fast approaching, and that means the annual back-to-school shopping... + continue reading

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By Congressman Tom Cole For decades, the United States has grappled with the unpredictable and dangerous regime of the Kim family, from Kim Jong-il to Kim Jongun. The world has witnessed human... + continue reading

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By Cleeta Gammill In 1917, six women from the Ahpeatone Community met and formed a club. They called this club the Homesteaders because that was the criteria to belong to this club. You must be a... + continue reading