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Tue
13
Oct

Cordell Memorial Hospital Offers Free Flu Shots

Cordell’s hospital is bringing wellness to a location near you. Cordell Memorial Hospital (CMH) will administer free flu shots Monday, October 19 at Burns Flat-Dill City High School from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., Burns Flat-Dill City Elementary from 10:15 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. and Canute School from noon to 2 p.m. Tuesday, October 20, CMH will offer free flu shots at the Cordell Health Department and Cordell Christian Home from 8 a.m. to noon.

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Tue
06
Oct

Brown Ford Donates To CHS

Brown Ford, Cordell High School, and members of the local community raised $6,000 for CHS at a recent test-drive event, as part of Ford Motor Company’s Drive 4 UR School program. A total of 306 Cordell-area residents test drove a Ford vehicle at the Washita County Free Fair.

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Tue
06
Oct

Sewing Group Makes, Donates Pillowcases

Members of Church of the Harvest (COTH)-Cordell Campus learned a few months ago that the state did not have adequate funding to cloth foster children in Oklahoma. COTH has always had a soft spot in their hearts for foster children. They have held foster kids camp for any foster child in the State of Oklahoma, for the past ten years. When they heard the news about the lack of funding, they were heart broken. In August, they reached out to those in Washita County who were in need of clothing for children, sizes newborn to senior in high school.

Tue
06
Oct

Welcome To Cordell

This is the first of four "Welcome To Cordell" signs that will be put up at the four entrances into town. It is a joint project of the Cordell Lions club, Cordell Civic club and Cordell Chamber of Commerce. The groups are working together to raise the funds necessary to complete the signs. Donations are being accepted. Call Sheryl McComas for more information or to make a donation.

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Tue
06
Oct

Guilty - Life Without Parole

A jury of ten men and two women found Ronnie Denny Jr., 36, Guilty of Murder In The First Degree With Malice Aforethought on Tuesday, September 29, 2015, and recommended a punishment of Imprisonment For Life Without Parole. The verdict came following four days of testimony and nearly five hours of deliberation. Denny was found guilty of the murder of Melissa Flores, his former girlfriend and the mother of one of his children. Flores was 27 years old when she went missing in January of 2007. Her body has never been found.

Tue
29
Sep

Yard of the Month

The Town of Bessie Yard of the Month for August was awarded to Terry and Diane Igo. Becca Jones, Bessie councilwoman, is presenting them with a check for $50.
 
 
Tue
29
Sep

Clinic Pharmacy To Be Under New Ownership

Tue
29
Sep

Cordell Officers Donate To Cross Country Teams

Training for cross country meets got a lot safer for Cordell High School and Junior High School runners. Cordell assistant police chief Scott Hill and fellow officer Christy Cherry donated lighted arm bands to each girl on the Cross Country teams.
 
 
Tue
29
Sep

Denny Stands Trial For Murder

(These articles are being reprinted with permission from the Clinton Daily News. They were written by Gerald Green.)
 
Tue
29
Sep

Mobile Mammography Unit Coming To Cordell

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