News

Tue
17
Nov

Clark Writes Book With Cordell Connection

Growing up in Cordell was the beginning point for “Roses for Mama,” a book written by former Cordell resident Janice Clark. “Readers will recognize many of the places I talk about in the book,” Clark said. “The grocery stores, courthouse, old Lincoln grade school building, Shorty’s, the Red Barn, and Edith’s Beauty Shop are all mentioned in the first part of the book.” 

To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition. 

Tue
10
Nov

Veterans Will Receive Free Admission To First Play Off Game

United States Veterans will be admitted free of charge to first round football playoff games according to a statement released by the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activity Association (OSSAA). Larry Johnson, Cordell High School principal and athletic director, said a veteran and one guest will be admitted 
Tue
10
Nov

City Of Cordell Requesting Recommendations For Mural Pictures

Tue
10
Nov

Cordell School Board Calls For Annual Election

At their meeting on Monday, November 9, 2015, the Cordell Board of Education unanimously passed a resolution calling for the annual school election. The filing period for the February 9, 2016, election will be Monday through Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., December 7 through 9.
 
Tue
10
Nov

SWODA Coat Drive Continues

Temperatures have begun to fall and it won’t be long before Washita County area residents will need to wear winter coats. A number of individuals have donated new and gently-worn jackets and coats to the Team SWODA Annual Coat Drive.
 
 
Tue
10
Nov

Quilt Bed Turning Event Benefits Judah House

Tue
03
Nov

Winners in the annual Cordell Beacon Mystery

Winners in the annual Cordell Beacon Mystery Photo Contest were, from the left: Chris Gossen, third place; Becca Jones, second place; and Carrie Wilson, first place. Congratulations!
 
Tue
03
Nov

Council Approves OMPA As New Electric Provider

Following the recommendation of Shane Woolbright, hired to advise the City of Cordell concerning bids for a wholesale power provider, the Cordell City Council voted to approve Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority as the provider at the end of the current contract with Western Farmers Electric Cooperative (WFEC).
 
Tue
03
Nov

The Cordell High School Class of 2021

The Cordell High School Class of 2021 sold Dr. Seuss cancer shirts and generously donated $1,000 of their proceeds to the Relay For Life of Washita County.
 
Tue
03
Nov

Judge Sentences Denny To Life Without Parole

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - News