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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. 
 
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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. 
 
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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. 
 
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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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Local Product Featured In Oklahoma Today Magazine

At a loss for what to get your family for Christmas? Try looking local! Connie Slaughterback’s Cordell-manufactured fishing lures are featured in Oklahoma Today’s Christmas edition, making them an ideal gift for the angler in the family. Slaughterback, along with her husband, manufactures a few thousand lures a year in the back of her shop, Alluring Lures and Tackle. They ship all over the country, including to major chains like Bass Pro Shops and Sportsman’s Warehouse.
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Cordell Junior High and High School students collected over 750 bottles

Cordell Junior High and High School students collected over 750 bottles of body wash, deodorant, lotion, mouthwash, and razors to donate to Veterans in the VA Center in Clinton and to residents of the Cordell Christian Home. The drive, as well as the Veterans Day Program, were sponsored by the Cordell Student Council.
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Cordell Lions Club Presented Awards

The Cordell Lions Club presented their Lions Club Nancy Koehn Memorial Citizenship Awards to 3rd - 6th grade elementary students who showed exceptional leadership and citizenship skills to: Adam Lindsey, Kelsey Dowdle, Jagger Lee, Kadi Cameron, Reece Christian, Kenedy Roach, Samuel Thomas, Kobi Cameron, Cale McCoy, Alexus Clinkenbeard, Connor Pipkin, Lexi Sanchez, Raydon Keuhne, Paige Canterberry, Spencer Williams, Victoria Cline, Savannah Roach, Jayla Smith, Tristen Butler, Cloie Banks, Angel Espinosa and Destiny Munoz. They presented trophies to Grace Nelson and Donnevan Beck as the outstanding students of the first nine weeks. On hand to award the certificates and trophies were Lions Club members Lyle Lubbers and Amanda Lockwood.

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