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Tue
17
Jan

Town Of Bessie Awarded Grant

Midwestern Oklahoma Development Authority (MODA) has recently announced that the Town of Bessie has been awarded a community improvement grant for 2017. The Town of Bessie was awarded a $3,000 grant which will be used to supplement the cost share portion of a Transportation Alternative Program (TAP) grant received from the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) in 2016.

 

Tue
17
Jan

Winners in the 2017

Winners in the 2017 New Year Art Contest are, from the left: Ava Willingham, first place ($25 award); Hanna Williams, second place ($15 award); and Kaylee Dudgeon, third place ($10 award).

 

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Tue
17
Jan

First Grade classes

For the last three years the Cordell First Grade classes have participated in the Great Bedtime Pajama Drive. The program is a nonprofit organization designed to provide new books and new pajamas to children in need, many of whom are waiting, and hoping, to be adopted. The Cordell First Grade classes collected 175 pairs of pajamas that were delivered, by Travis and Chanda Powers, just before Christmas, to the City Rescue Mission in Oklahoma City. A spokesperson at the mission said they were very grateful for the donation since they did not have any children’s pajamas. Cordell First Grade teachers are Mrs. Powers, Mrs. Hougland, and Mrs. Holland.

 

Tue
17
Jan

Cordell High School

Rylie Martin, center, was crowned the 2017 Cordell High School Wrestling Homecoming Queen at a ceremony held before the Blue Devil wrestling matches on Tuesday, January 10, 2017. Her escort was J.J. Corley. Members of the royal court were, from the left: Brooke Fletcher, escorted by Jacolby Mitchell; Madison Johnson, escorted by Britton Beasley, flower girl Brylie Reeves; and ring bearer Briggs Reeves.

 

Tue
10
Jan

Masons Provide Funding To SWODA Aging Agency

The Masonic Fraternity of Oklahoma has again partnered with the South Western Oklahoma Development Authority (SWODA) Area Agency on Aging (AAA), along with other Area Agencies on Aging across the state, to assist with funding direct services for people 55 years of age and older. There will be an application process for individuals 55 and over who are in need of some type of assistance that is not otherwise provided by other agencies. These funds will be used on a first come, first serve basis until they are all utilized.

Tue
10
Jan

The Cordell High School Basketball

The Cordell High School Basketball Homecoming candidates and their escorts are, from the left: Sophomore Megan Brown, escorted by Paxton Switzer; Senior Judy Humphrey, escorted by Heston Brown; and Junior Olivia Reimer, escorted by Rhett Putman. The coronation will be held at 5:45 p.m. on Friday, January 13, 2017, prior to the games with Sayre.

 

Tue
10
Jan

The Cordell High School Wrestling

The Cordell High School Wrestling Homecoming candidates and their escorts are, from the left: Sophomore Rylie Martin, escorted by J.J. Corley; Senior Brooke Fletcher, escorted by Jacolby Mitchell; and Junior Madison Johnson, escorted by Britton Beasley. The coronation was held on Tuesday, January 10, 2017. A photo of the Homecoming Court will be in the January 18 edition

 

Tue
10
Jan

Cordell Elementary Second Nine Weeks

Cordell Elementary Second Nine Weeks Nancy Koehn Memorial Lions Club Citizenship awards were presented

 

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Tue
03
Jan

Washita County Commissioners Dispose Of Equipment

At their final meeting of 2016, the Washita County Commissioners voted to dispose of the following equipment: •D345-0012 – Yale Electric Forklift with Batter Charger (D463-0001), Model No. ERC040GHN48TQ, S/N A908N04638D, Acquired 10/25/2001 from Medley Material Handling, Oklahoma City, OK in the amount of $9,662.95; sold to Grand Sales, Oldsmar, FL for $1,500.00
 
Tue
03
Jan

Reserve Police Officer Jeffrey Radford

Reserve Police Officer Jeffrey Radford has been named the Employee of the Month for January 2017. Radford has been a Cordell reserve officer for nearly four years. Trampoline parks and shopping with his two children, Cia and Eris, keep Jeffrey on his toes. His hobbies include shooting and Xbox. He also mentioned liking to be spontaneous by driving around a town, spotting something that looks like fun and “Just Do IT.” His goal is to become a full-time police officer.
 

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