Treatment Court Continues Run Of Success

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Yanet Rodriguez started down her dark path at a very young age. Growing up as one of eight children and being raised by a single mother in California, Yanet fell

It Is Time For Congress To Ratify The USMCA

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Earlier this summer, President Trump gave his 30-day notice, required by law, that he intends to submit the United States-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) trade deal to Congress for ratification.

Wanda Olene Spradlin 88, of Dill City

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Wanda Olene Spradlin was born Nov. 7, 1930, to Oscar Woolf and Cledia (Head) Woolf in Mount Pleasant and passed away Sunday, July 7, 2019, in the Grace Living Center

SWOSU To Offer Free Tuition Courses To High School Juniors

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A great opportunity for high school juniors is taking place during the 2019-20 academic year at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford and Sayre. SWOSU is offering qualified high school

A.F. Smith 92, of Cordell

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A.F. Smith, 92 years old, of Cordell, passed away on July 12, 2019, at Corn Heritage Village and Rehab. He was born on Dec. 11, 1926, in Cloud Chief, to

For First Time, ‘Read Or Fail’ Law Is Fully Funded

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One of the state’s most contentious education initiatives, the Reading Sufficiency Act, is fully funded for the first time, with $12 million dedicated to fund supports for struggling readers in

Cloud Chief FD Awarded Grain Bin Rescue Tube

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The Cloud Chief Fire Department has been awarded a grain bin safety rescue tube from Nationwide Insurance. Every time farmers and grain handlers step into a grain bin to remove

Cordell Schools To Offer Blended Learning Option

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With the stated goal of providing a more flexible and adaptive learning environment for students, Cordell Public Schools will be offering a new blended learning option for junior high and

Miller Wins Inaugural BBQ Cordell Event

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After the smoke cleared and the judges voted, the inaugural BBQ Cordell Sliced Brisket Championship went in the books with David Miller picking up the title as Cordell’s first brisket

Treatment Court Continues Run Of Success

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Yanet Rodriguez started down her dark path at a very young age. Growing up as one of eight children and being raised by a single mother in California, Yanet fell
Judge Christopher Kelly, who heads the Washita-Custer County Treatment Court, with two program graduates at their July 3, 2019, graduation. Photo courtesy of Sarah Ivy.

Treatment Court Continues Run Of Success

Yanet Rodriguez started down her dark path at a very young age. Growing up as one of eight children and being raised by a single mother in California, Yanet fell into the gang and drug scene early. She started smoking methamphetamine at the age of 12. In an attempt to break her out of that…

SWOSU To Offer Free Tuition Courses To High School Juniors

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A great opportunity for high school juniors is taking place during the 2019-20 academic year at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford and Sayre. SWOSU is offering qualified high school

Cloud Chief FD Awarded Grain Bin Rescue Tube

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The Cloud Chief Fire Department has been awarded a grain bin safety rescue tube from Nationwide Insurance. Every time farmers and grain handlers step into a grain bin to remove

Brown Qualifies For State Amateur

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Cordell golf standout Heston Brown finished in a five-way tie for seventh place at the Oklahoma Golf Association qualifier at Lincoln Park Monday, July 8, 2019. Brown’s four-under round of