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Dec
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The Cordell Eighth grade class is selling homegrown Christmas Poinsettias

The Cordell Eighth grade class is selling homegrown Christmas Poinsettias. The students planted approximately 240 pots of plants in late August in the FFA greenhouse on the school campus and have been caring for them,  including watering and snipping. Now ready to be enjoyed, the plants will be sold at home basketball games and can also be purchased at the Cordell High School or Junior High School offices. For more information, call 580-832-3420, extension 2, and ask to speak to Alisa Reimer or Greg Wedel 
 
Tue
26
Nov
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Cordell Council Discusses Potential Litigation

Potential litigation against the City of Cordell was the subject of an Executive Session held as part of a Special Meeting of the Cordell City Council on Monday, November 25, 2013. Seven members of the Council answered roll call when the meeting was called to order at 6 p.m. 
 
Tue
26
Nov
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Cordell Will Host Christmas In The Park Saturday

Lights, a parade, drawings for prizes, and a visit from Santa are all part of the fun afternoon and evening planned for Lee Park in Cordell on Saturday, November 30. Vendors will begin setting up at the park at noon and will
be selling food, wine, crafts, and other products. 
 
Tue
19
Nov
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Santa Requesting Helpers For Cordell Community Angel Tree

In keeping with the spirit of giving associated with the holiday season, "Santa" is requesting assistance with the Cordell Community Angel Tree project. The Angel Tree, which will be in place at the Cordell Police Department on Monday, November 25, will be decorated with angels 
 
Tue
19
Nov
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Heisman Winners Steve Owens, Billy Sims, Jason White Sign Autographs At United

Cordell residents who still vividly remember the championships and highlights from Oklahoma Sooner history were delighted to welcome Heisman Winners Steve Owens, Billy Sims and Jason White to Cordell Friday, November 15, 2013. The three Sooner legends were in town as part of a promotional event for United, where fans could meet and greet the trio and come away with an autograph. 
 
Tue
19
Nov
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Cordell Residents Briefly Lose Power Wednesday Morning

As the sun was rising Wednesday morning, November 13, 2013, Cordell residents found themselves still in the dark as they briefly lost power. A Kiwash Electric Co-op vehicle accidentally ran into a powerline sometime Wednesday morning, causing damage 
 
Tue
12
Nov
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She-Wolves Of England Topic Of History Discussion Group

What do Matilda, Eleanor, Isabella, Margaret, and Jane have in common? Find out Thursday evening, November 21, when Cordell Librarian Rhonda Schmidt will discuss “She-Wolves of England” at the monthly History 
Discussion meeting. She will begin the discussion at 7 p.m. at the library. With the weather cooling off, it is a great time to warm up at the library. 
 
Tue
12
Nov
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Mary Peck Retiring As Extension 4-H Educator

Everyone is invited to join the OSU Extension service as they wish Mary Peck, Extension 4-H Educator, a happy retirement. Mary’s last official day will be December 31, 2013. A reception for Mary will be held at the Burns Flat-Dill
City High School on Saturday, November 16, at 10:30  A.M., immediately following the conclusion of the Washita County Share the Fun. Refreshments will be served. 
 
Tue
12
Nov
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Cordell Teachers Attend Workshops

Eighteen teachers from Cordell Public Schools have been participating in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) workshops throughout this semester. From learning environmental engineering to  aeronautical engineering to technical engineering, teachers have been immersing themselves in engineering education through hands-on learning. 
 
Tue
05
Nov
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Nasty Surprise Ruins Halloween For Cordell Girl

There were no treats for one little girl on Halloween. Just one nasty trick. Grace Nelson, daughter of Eric and Justine Nelson, was surveying her Halloween haul when her mother discovered that the candy was wet. A quick inspection revealed the source of the wetness, a lubricated condom containing a wrapped, unchewed piece of Dubble Bubble gum. Justine Nelson quickly alerted the authorities, who advised her to throw away the candy. Another girl who went with the family did not receive anything out of the ordinary, but she too was advised to throw away her candy.
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