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Tue
06
May

Cordell Lady Blue Devils Track Team Going To State

Ten Lady Blue Devils have qualified for the State Meet at Carl Albert High School Friday and Saturday, May 9-10. They include:

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Tue
06
May

Cordell Resident Arrested For Rape

Kevin Low of 400 East 14th Street, Apartment 106, Cordell, has been arrested and charged with second degree rape. The original charges were first degree rape by instrumentation and domestic abuse in the presence of a child.

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Tue
29
Apr

4-H Meat Judging Team Takes First And Second

The Washita County Junior 4-H Meat Judging Team was in Stillwater recently to attend a state wide competition at Oklahoma State University (OSU). Keith Schneberger, an OSU Animal Science graduate and owner of Keith’s Butcher Shop,coached the team. The team judged meat carcasses and retail meat cuts based on quality of the product and cut ability.

 

Tue
29
Apr

Dixon Receives Superior Rating At State Contest

Kylse Dixon, a senior at Cordell High School, received a Superior rating at the State Solo/Ensemble Contest held in Stillwater, Oklahoma, on April 23, 2014. She qualified for the State contest when she received a Superior rating at the District Solo/Ensemble Contest at Southwestern Oklahoma State University (SWOSU) on February 22, 2014.

 

Tue
29
Apr

Suspect Arrested In Car Theft Case

New developments have arisen in the car theft case that shocked Cordell, as Candy Rogers’ car has been recovered and a suspect, Terry Franklin Clark, has been arrested in conjunction with the case. Just before midnight Wednesday, April 23, Oklahoma Police Department Officer Matthew Guy noticed a vehicle cross Robinson Street on Southwest 41st Street in Oklahoma City, traveling west. The officer ran a search on the license plate number, discovering the car was registered as stolen.

 

Tue
22
Apr

Car Theft, Break In Stun Cordell

Cordell was hit by two major crimes in one day Thursday, April 17, as a local resident’s car was stolen and a local home was burglarized. Candy Rogers, an employee at Dr. Randy Abernathy’s Clinic at 1200 North Glenn English, noticed her keys were missing from her office around 5:30 p.m. that day. She then saw her vehicle was also missing.
 
Tue
22
Apr

Three Cordell Students Win State Speech Championships

On April 10, 2014, members of the Cordell Speech and Debate team traveled to Norman to begin competition at the State Tournament. After three days of performances, three students were named as State Champions. Sarah Southerland won the title of Champion with her Original Oratory.
 
Tue
22
Apr

Dr. Tsai Announces Retirement From Hospital Practice

On April 18, 2014, Dr. C. S. Tsai, M.D. celebrated 36 years of practicing medicine in Cordell. Also, effective that date, he retired from duties with Cordell Memorial Hospital. “I am approaching 70 years of age,” Dr. Tsai said, “and I am ready to focus my practice totally on patients I see in my clinic.”
 
Tue
22
Apr

Council Approves Roofing Bids, Denies Pole Relocation Cost

Much of the time at the meeting of the Cordell City Council and related Authorities on Monday, April 21, 2014, was taken up with discussion of financial matters. Following unanimous approval of J. C. Moser as City Administrator, the Council members discussed roofing repair at the Cordell Fire Department.
 
Tue
22
Apr

SWOSU Lockdown Declared False Alarm

Reports of a possible gunman at Southwestern Oklahoma State University (SWOSU) rattled Washita County families with children attending the university Monday, April 21, but the school’s lockdown was quickly declared a false alarm. The lockdown, which lasted from 9:46 a.m. to 11:19 a.m., was triggered by a professor who had seen a student carrying what appeared to be a firearm slung across his back.
 

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