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Mar

Megan Brown won first place

Megan Brown won first place at the Anardarko Golf Tournament held at the Ft. Cobb Golf Course on Thursday, March 26. She shot a 44 to bring home the win. The tournament had over 65 girls participanting from several schools. Megan plays for the Cordell Junior High team.

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Tue
31
Mar

Area residents

Area residents are invited to an open house at the Cordell Memorial Clinic from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 9. The Clinic is located at 1109 North Glenn English, across the street from the hospital.

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Tue
31
Mar

Local Edward Jones Financial Advisor

Local Edward Jones Financial Advisor Phil Kliewer recently donated 62 trees to students in the fourth grade at Cordell Elementary School. He is shown with counselor Michelle Russell.

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Tue
31
Mar

Work Begins At Little Elk Wind Farm

According to information released late last week, Enel Green Power North America (EGPNA) has begun construction on the 74-megawatt Little Elk wind farm, located in Washita and Kiowa counties. According to EGPNA, the $130 million project is adjacent to the company’s existing 150-megawatt Rocky Ridge wind farm.

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Tue
24
Mar

Cordell Memorial Hospital Launches Western Oklahoma’s First Tele-Hospitalist Program

Cordell hospital patients can now access a hospital doctor with the touch of a button. This month, Cordell Memorial Hospital (CMH) is teaming with St. Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City to begin one of the state’s first fully functional tele-hospitalist programs, and the only one in Western Oklahoma.

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Tue
24
Mar

Annual Easter Cantata Will Be March 29

Area residents are invited to the annual Easter Cantata to be presented by the Cordell Community Choir at 5 p.m. on Sunday, March 29, 2015, in the United Methodist Church building.

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Tue
24
Mar

The Cordell Chamber of Commerce

The Cordell Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting at the Cordell Memorial Clinic on opening day, March 17, 2015. Sheryl McComas, president of the Chamber, presented Landon Hise, Cordell Memorial Hospital CEO, and Darrell Hill, certified nurse practitioner, with a New Business Certificate. Other Chamber directors on hand for the presentation and pictured above are, from the left, Michelle Ainsworth, Chris Gossen, Micki Thompson, Phil Kliewer, McComas, Aleta Jorgensen, Hise, Mira Burrows, Hill, Rebecca Law, and MaCrea Brunker

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Tue
17
Mar

Local Author Hits Best Seller Status On Amazon, Schedules Book Signing At Cordell Library

Ron Jackson’s book, “The Slave Who Became An Alamo Legend" (OU Press), shot to Number One over the weekend on Amazon in African-American and Black Biographies.

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Tue
17
Mar

Cordell Council Begins Negotians For EMS Director

Following a 50-minute Executive Session at the meeting of the Cordell City Council on Monday, March 16, 2015, representatives unanimously approved a motion for Mayor Bob Plummer to enter into negotiations
with James Glover to be the Emergency Management Services director for Cordell

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Tue
17
Mar

Deevers And Diggs Receive Top Honors In Youth Tour Contest

Hard work has paid off for two high school juniors as they make plans to tour the nation’s capital this summer. Jami Deevers of Weatherford High School and Tracie Diggs of Burns Flat-Dill City High School took top honors in the Kiwash Electric Cooperative Youth Tour Contest.

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