Public Education To Resume April 6


The Oklahoma State Board of Education on Wednesday, March 25, unanimously voted to approve a proposal from State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister to keep all Ok

Hospital Changing Protocols Due To COVID-19

Patients and visitors will notice some changes in protocols at Cordell Memorial Hospital in the days and weeks to come. The changes, according to hospital CEO Kenny Downs, are part of the hospital’s ongoing efforts to combat the spread of the COVID-19, coronavirus, pandemic.

Batt To Run For Clerk Of The District Court

Washita County voters will have a choice to make in November’s general election. Long-time deputy clerk Kim Batt has decided to throw her hat in the ring and will seek election to the post of Clerk Of The District Court.