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Wed
26
Apr

Cotton County Art Council’s Arts Best of Show

John Rule of Minco and Judge Cindy Pauchey are shown with Rule’s Best of Show winner which is a sculpture of an Indian maiden. Other winners of the Cotton County Art Council’s Arts and Crafts Festival will be shown in next week’s newspaper.

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Wed
26
Apr

Hulen United Methodist Church Held Raffle

Hulen United Methodist Church recently held a quilt raffle to raise funds to assist Sayre Tillery with his upcoming mission trip to Bolivia. Both the Hulen United Methodist Church and the Walters First United Methodist Church sold tickets for the hand-crafted and hand-quilted quilt.

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Wed
26
Apr

Cotton County 4-H 2017 Impressive Dress Contest And Cotton County 4-H 2017 Speech and Demonstration Contests

Impressive Dress
Jr. Girls
Casual School Wear

Devyn Edmonds, Walters After School, Blue, Grand Champion; Macie Edgmon, Walters After School, Blue, Reserve Grand; Brianna Arellano, Walters After School, Blue; Emma Myers, Walters After School, Blue
Dress Wear
Kynlee Edgmon, Walters After School, Blue, Grand Champion

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Wed
26
Apr

SWOSU PLC Celebrates with Oklahoma Lt. Governor

Oklahoma Lieutenant Governor Todd Lamb was featured speaker at the recent President’s Leadership Class banquet at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford. With Lt. Governor Lamb are SWOSU PLC Class XI members (front from left): Terin Brownen, Weatherford; Rachel Cook, Midwest City (Carl Albert); Morgan Phelps, Fox; Bree Jennings, Weatherford; Lt. Governor Lamb; Luke Jenkins, Cashion; Natanya Hernandez, Edmond (Santa Fe); Kaci Pennington, Kingfisher; and Summer Wald, Hobart.Oklahoma Lieutenant Governor Todd Lamb was featured speaker at the recent President’s Leadership Class banquet at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford. With Lt. Governor Lamb are SWOSU PLC Class XI members (front from left): Terin Brownen, Weatherford; Rachel Cook, Midwest City (Carl Albert); Morgan Phelps, Fox; Bree Jennings, Weatherford; Lt. Governor Lamb; Luke Jenkins, Cashion; Natanya Hernandez, Edmond (Santa Fe); Kaci Pennington, Kingfisher; and Summer Wald, Hobart.

Wed
19
Apr

Walters 18th Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Several members of the Walters Volunteer Fire Department (and a future volunteer fireman) hid all the 7000 candy filled eggs along with the 360 gold dollar eggs and special prize eggs on Saturday morning at The Walters Rodeo Grounds in Walters. Sultan Park was flooded due to the flood gates being open at Lawton. The weather cooperated and was beautiful. Parents and Grandparents alike were there to watch the children hunt for Easter eggs. It is estimated that over 200 children in the different age groups participated.

Wed
19
Apr

Cache Valley Lodge #530 Presented Checks

Kenny Smith of the Cache Valley Masonic Lodge #530 presenting a check for $633.00 to Mrs Dedmon and the Walters High-School Choir

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Wed
19
Apr

Cotton County Art Council Receives Donations For Art Show

The Cotton County Art Council is so appreciative of the support they receive from the community.Shown receiving donations for the Arts and Crafts Festival which will be held Saturday, April 22 at the Comanche Nation Community Center, is the CCAC President Sharon Wiley with Danny Marlett of Walters Bank and Trust, 

 

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Wed
12
Apr

CECF Announces Recent Contributions

WALTERS – Pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters – set enough of them aside on a regular basis, and the coins add up to dollars. That’s how Operation Round Up works.

Most Cotton Electric members participate in ORU, in which power bills are rounded up to the nearest dollar. The amount rounded up can be as little as 1 cent and is never more than 99 cents. On average, each participating member contributes about $6 each year.

 

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Wed
12
Apr

Temple Students Participated In Statewide Law Day Contest

(April 5, 2017 – OKLAHOMA CITY) – Several elementary students from Temple Public Schools entered the recent statewide Law Day Contest sponsored by the Oklahoma Bar Association. Kindergarten student Kensy Beasley earned an honorable mention in the coloring contest.

More than 900 students in grades pre-kindergarten through 12th entered this year’s Law Day Contest, themed “The 14th Amendment: Transforming American Democracy.”

 

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Wed
12
Apr

Cotton County Art Council Announce Judge For 2017 Arts and Crafts Festival

Cotton County Art Council is pleased to announce the judge for the 2017 Arts and Crafts Festival which will be Saturday, April 22, 2017 at the Comanche Nation Community Center east of Walters from 9am to 4pm. Judge for the Crafts will be Cindy Pauchey of Walters.

Cindy Pauchey of Walters is an accomplished artist who is currently an arts educator for Lawton Public Schools. Cindy has garnered many awards and been in several exhibitions such as the Fiberworks of Tulsa, 24 Works on Paper which is a traveling exhibition, Oklahoma Centerfold, and the Oklahoma City Festival of the Arts. Cindy has received B.S degrees from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and Cameron University. She has attended workshops taught by Ken Hosmer - watercolorist, Steve Grey - watercolorist, and Juan Fuentes - printmaker as well as attending workshops at the Oklahoma Arts Institute at Quartz Mt, OK.

 

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