Wednesday, April 24, 2019
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The Cordell soccer teams each played three games last week, with the girls going 2-1 and the boys falling in all three matches.Against Classen SAS the girls played a strong first half, holding their opponents scoreless, but were also unable to find the back of the net. The half ended at 0-0. The... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Posted by Edgar
Cordell’s golf team, from left, Parker Johnson, Raydon Kuehne, Koby Celsor, Dane Corbin, and Tugger Selman, qualified for the regional tournament for the fifth consecutive year.  To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition. http://etypeservices.com/Cordell%... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Posted by Edgar
The Cordell Blue Devils ended their regular season with an impressive week, picking up three wins in four games as they head into district play this week.The boys started off the week with a 4-5 loss at Hobart, fighting against a Bearcat team that run-rule beat them in a tournament last month.... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Posted by Edgar
The Hunt Is On!July 1, 2017. The city’s net position decreased by a total of $84,698.“The city’s combined net position decreased from $5,388,935 to $5,303,697 between fiscal years 2018 and 2017,” the report read. “Net position of both governmental and business-type activities showed a decrease when... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
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By Bob HenlineCordell’s soccer teams had a slow week last week, playing just one game against Christian Heritage on Tuesday, April 8.The Lady Blue Devils got off to a slow start, falling behind 4-0 at the half. In the second half of play Erin Dudgeon scored once, but Christian Heritage added in two... + continue reading

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04/24/2019
Despite heavy lobbying by Johnston County officials and citizens on behalf of rural Oklahoma, State House Bill 1404 was pulled from the schedule to be heard by the Oklahoma State Senate Finance Committee, chaired by Senator Stephannie Bice, (R-Oklahoma City). Earlier in the session, the Senate... + continue reading
04/24/2019
Earlier this week the Washita County commissioners met in closed session with representatives from the Fulmer Sill law firm to hear a proposal to file suit against as-yet unnamed drug manufacturers and distributors involved in what has been termed Oklahoma’s “opioid epidemic.” According to the... + continue reading

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By Bob HenlineThe City of New Cordell’s new mayor and recently elected, and re-elected, members of the city council took their oaths of office Monday, April 15, 2019, immediately before the council’s regular meeting. The new mayor, Jerry Beech, immediately established the tone of his administration... + continue reading
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By Bob HenlineThe Cordell Blue Devils had a rough go of things last week, dropping two games to Mangum and one to Navajo, but walloping Blair at their own tourney.Cordell started the week at home Monday against the top ten ranked Mangum Tigers. In a runrule shortened game, the Tigers walked off the... + continue reading
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By Bob HenlineCordell’s soccer teams had a slow week last week, playing just one game against Christian Heritage on Tuesday, April 8.The Lady Blue Devils got off to a slow start, falling behind 4-0 at the half. In the second half of play Erin Dudgeon scored once, but Christian Heritage added in two... + continue reading

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04/24/2019 - 0 comment(s)
The Cordell Blue Devils ended their regular season with an impressive week, picking up three wins in four games as they head into district play this week.The boys started off the week with a 4-5 loss... + continue reading

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04/24/2019 - 0 comment(s)
Despite heavy lobbying by Johnston County officials and citizens on behalf of rural Oklahoma, State House Bill 1404 was pulled from the schedule to be heard by the Oklahoma State Senate Finance... + continue reading

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04/24/2019 - 0 comment(s)
Earlier this week the Washita County commissioners met in closed session with representatives from the Fulmer Sill law firm to hear a proposal to file suit against as-yet unnamed drug manufacturers... + continue reading