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Tue
27
Oct

Fall Back Sunday, November 1

Remember that hour of sleep you lost back in March when Daylight Saving Time (DST) began? Well, you get it back this Sunday when we “fall back” to standard time. The official time will change at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, November 1, 2015, “falling” back to 1:00 a.m. 

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Tue
27
Oct

Congratulations to City of Cordell Employee of The Month

Congratulations to City of Cordell Employee of The Month for November, 2015, Mike Weixel, Street Commissioner, Street Department. Mike has worked for the City for 33 years and did double duty for 23 years with the Fire Department.

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Tue
20
Oct

Mid-morning Tuesday

Mid-morning Tuesday, October 20, 2015, bricks began falling from the east wall of the old bakery building located at 226 East Main Street in Cordell. City crews moved to block off the area and worked to stabilize the wall to keep more bricks from falling.

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Tue
20
Oct

Cordell Council Denies Re-Zoning Request

Another marathon meeting of the Cordell City Council on Monday, October 19, 2015, had only three items of voting business, one of which resulted in the denial of a rezoning request. 

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Tue
20
Oct

CHS Lady Blue Devils Going To State

Can you define perfect? On Saturday, October 17, it was the Cordell Blue Devil Cross Country Team as t hey swept the Regional Tournament with a perfect score. According to Cordell Head Coach Jana Rogers, the lowest possible score is 15, and the Lady Blue Devils earned that on Saturday.

Tue
20
Oct

The Cordell amublance

Before being loaded into the Cordell amublance, injured Apache High School football player Tyler Rosas raises his arm to signal the fans he will be okay.

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Tue
13
Oct

Cordell Police Department Releases September Activity Summary

During the month of September, 2015, the Cordell Police Department logged 1,490 calls, 91 animal calls, 19 ambulance calls and 11 fires were reported. A breakdown of the total offenses includes: 5 assault - simple 1 civil - attachment 2 civil - other 1 disorderly conduct 2 family - domestic affair 2 larceny/theft - from building 1 non traffic offense 1 public peace - house check 3 threats/intimidation 3 traffic - direct traffic 5 traffic - other 4 vandalism/destruction/ damage of property 1 warrant - other 8 warrants - local (served) There were a total of 76 traffic stops, 40 written warnings, and 22 citations.

Tue
13
Oct

Burns Flat Prepares For Celebration

Beginning with a four-man golf scramble and concluding with a street dance, Burns Flat will celebrate its 60th birthday on Saturday, October 17, 2015. The golf scramble will be held at The Greens Golf Course and is scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m.

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Tue
13
Oct

Members of the Cordell High School

Members of the Cordell High School Academic team won all three of their matches at the District Tournament on Monday, October 12, 2015, and will advance to the Regional Competition in Oklahoma City on November 14. Members of the team, from the left, are: Scorekeeper Allyson Rees, Zane Hendricks, Jesse Bridges, Alec Pankhurst, Naomi Southerland, and Macey Taylor. In front is Tyler Wedel. The coach is Monika Belt.

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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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