Wednesday, December 13, 2017
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Members of the Walters FFA chapter attended the Made For Excellence and Advanced Leadership Development conferences Dec. 8-9, in Oklahoma City, Okla. These weekend conferences are presented by the Oklahoma FFA Association and sponsored by McDonald’s of Oklahoma. The conference mission is... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
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Cotton County Sheriff’s Office have two new officers, K9 officer Blue and his partner/handler, Deputy Bobby Sparks, as well as K9 officer Rody and his partner/handler, Sheriff Kent Simpson. Both K9’s Blue and Rody are 2 1/2 years old and certified in narcotics detection and are... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
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This story appeared in The Walters Herald on January 8, 2015 (partial story): The fire started around 5:30 a.m. Monday January 5, 2015 on the 100 block of South Broadway Street. In all, a karate studio and nail shop were destroyed. City officials say the fire was reported by a woman inside an early... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
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Standout Jaryn Curry a senior at Choctaw High School signed his letter of intent on November 14th to wrestle for the University of Oklahoma. Curry is a 2 time State Champion and hoping to capture his 3rd title in February.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
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Mrs. Mitchell’s 2nd grade class was chosen to decorate one of the 26 trees in the Oklahoma State Capitol. The students traveled to Oklahoma City on November 28th for a fun filled day of decorating, touring, Christmas activities and the Governor’s Tree Lighting Ceremony that evening.... + continue reading

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12/13/2017
By Governor Mary Fallin Teacher salaries need to be increased in the state of Oklahoma. This is a simple fact, especially as we compare our teacher compensation to surrounding states. It’s also obvious when school districts from other states come to our state to hold recruiting drives... + continue reading
12/06/2017
As stewards for the taxpayers of Cotton County, it is difficult to plan the replacement of roads and bridges within our county, when in the Special Session of the Legislature, Governor Falin diverted an additional 80 million dollars from the County Improvements for roads and Bridges, also known as... + continue reading

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Members of the Walters FFA chapter attended the Made For Excellence and Advanced Leadership Development conferences Dec. 8-9, in Oklahoma City, Okla. These weekend conferences are presented by the Oklahoma FFA Association and sponsored by McDonald’s of Oklahoma. The conference mission is... + continue reading
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Cotton County Sheriff’s Office have two new officers, K9 officer Blue and his partner/handler, Deputy Bobby Sparks, as well as K9 officer Rody and his partner/handler, Sheriff Kent Simpson. Both K9’s Blue and Rody are 2 1/2 years old and certified in narcotics detection and are... + continue reading
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This story appeared in The Walters Herald on January 8, 2015 (partial story): The fire started around 5:30 a.m. Monday January 5, 2015 on the 100 block of South Broadway Street. In all, a karate studio and nail shop were destroyed. City officials say the fire was reported by a woman inside an early... + continue reading

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Standout Jaryn Curry a senior at Choctaw High School signed his letter of intent on November 14th to wrestle for the University of Oklahoma. Curry is a 2 time State Champion and hoping to capture his... + continue reading

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By Governor Mary Fallin Teacher salaries need to be increased in the state of Oklahoma. This is a simple fact, especially as we compare our teacher compensation to surrounding states. It... + continue reading

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Members of the Walters FFA chapter attended the Made For Excellence and Advanced Leadership Development conferences Dec. 8-9, in Oklahoma City, Okla. These weekend conferences are presented by the... + continue reading