Wednesday, March 22, 2017
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Cotton Electric Cooperative is proud to announce journeyman lineman Tyson Potter has been selected to join a group of 13 volunteer line workers who will work to electrify a remote village in the northwestern part of Guatemala this October. The project will provide electricity to some 45 homes in... + continue reading
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
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Normally, when other students are enjoying a week off from school a few young ladies are totally involved in preparations for the Miss Walters Pageant. Not so this year. There were initially twelve girls that met the deadline in December and thought to be committed to compete for the coveted 2017... + continue reading
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
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Garvin Isaacs, Past President of the Oklahoma Bar Association, came to Cotton County on Monday, March 20, 2017, to present to Associate District Judge Michael C. Flanagan, a Certificate of Appreciation to Cotton County Jurors for their service to the legal profession. Isaacs spoke briefly... + continue reading
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Big Pasture vs. Alex     To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://etypeservices.com/Walters%20HeraldID405/ + continue reading
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Oklahoma’s budget challenges continue to be the focus of attention at the State Capitol. Meetings continue among the leaders of both chambers and their caucuses as efforts to mitigate the $878 million shortfall for the coming budget year continue. This is in addition to the revenue failure... + continue reading
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By SCOOTER PARK STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 65 A few weeks ago, the Department of Corrections started pulling prisoners out of 10 county jails, including the jails in Cotton, Comanche and Tillman counties. Director Joe Allbaugh said the move would save the department $775,000 by removing... + continue reading

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Cotton Electric Cooperative is proud to announce journeyman lineman Tyson Potter has been selected to join a group of 13 volunteer line workers who will work to electrify a remote village in the northwestern part of Guatemala this October. The project will provide electricity to some 45 homes in... + continue reading
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Normally, when other students are enjoying a week off from school a few young ladies are totally involved in preparations for the Miss Walters Pageant. Not so this year. There were initially twelve girls that met the deadline in December and thought to be committed to compete for the coveted 2017... + continue reading
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Garvin Isaacs, Past President of the Oklahoma Bar Association, came to Cotton County on Monday, March 20, 2017, to present to Associate District Judge Michael C. Flanagan, a Certificate of Appreciation to Cotton County Jurors for their service to the legal profession. Isaacs spoke briefly... + continue reading

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Oklahoma’s budget challenges continue to be the focus of attention at the State Capitol. Meetings continue among the leaders of both chambers and their caucuses as efforts to mitigate the $878... + continue reading

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Cotton Electric Cooperative is proud to announce journeyman lineman Tyson Potter has been selected to join a group of 13 volunteer line workers who will work to electrify a remote village in the... + continue reading