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July Fourth

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Jul

Hise Judges SWOSU Radiology Program Applicants

Cordell’s hospital administrator returned to his radiology roots. Cordell Memorial Hospital CEO Landon Hise recently sat on a panel judging this year’s applicants to the Southwestern Oklahoma State University- Sayre Radiologic Technology Program.
 
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SWOSU Hosting Human Trafficking Seminar

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Old Scrapbook Recovered In City-Wide Garage Sale

On June 6, 2015, Mary Mc- Culley of Dill City, Oklahoma, discovered a family treasure at the Cordell city-wide garage sale. A 66-year-old scrapbook belonging to Mary Ruth and Marvin Trissell of Canute, Oklahoma, had been lost for many years.
 
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1970s CHS Classes Hold Reunion

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Jul

County Commissioners Approve Monthly Claims

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Jun

Denny Trial Set For September 22

“Let’s tentatively say September 22, but that’s subject to change,” said District Judge Doug Haught on Friday, June 19, 2015, setting the trial date for Ronnie Denny Jr. Denny, 36, has been charged with murder in the first degree - malice aforethought, in the presumed death of his former girlfriend, Melissa Flores

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Tue
23
Jun

Ace Hardware Nearing Completion

The countdown has begun for the opening of the new Ace Hardware Store located at 1415 North Glenn English in Cordell. “Our old location will close permanently on Saturday,” said Eddie Campbell, Cordell Ace
Hardware Store manager

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Tue
23
Jun

The case with the Courthouse

The final two or three weeks of a construction project often seem to be the longest, as it becomes more clear how the final project will look. That would seem to be the case with the Courthouse as it moves into the final stages and the exterior work, which is the most visible, seems closer to completion

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Tue
23
Jun

Hendrix Receives High School Diploma

James Hendrix was like many high school graduates last month, smiling as he accepted his diploma from Burns Flat Superintendent Ron Hughes. The only difference was, he got his diploma about 65 years later than his classmates.

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