Wednesday, April 27, 2016
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After an up and down season, the Watonga High School Lady Eagles varsity slow-pitch softball team managed to win six of 10 and three straight as they headed to Norman, Okla. for an end of season District Tournament at Community Christian High School on Friday, April 22, 2016. The Lady Eagles... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
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In their final tune-up before the Regional and State Track Meets, this weekend and next weekend, the Lady Eagles and Eagles Track teams hosted the 89er Conference Meet last weekend in Watonga. Not only was the meet a great success, but so too were the Eagles and Lady Eagles’... + continue reading
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A tradition that’s taken place in Western Oklahoma for the past 75 years, today’s most popular trail ride, the Byron Wolfe Memorial Roman Nose Hills Trail Ride was organized by the late Byron Wolfe to promote equestrian usage of Roman Nose State Park along with the nearby Wolfe... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
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Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and the Governor’s Commission to Study American Indian Representation in Public Schools today released their final report on the use of mascots and imagery in Colorado public schools. The group was joined by William (Bill) Mendoza, the executive director of... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
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In a night of filled with tradition, history and much deserved recognition for some of the more dedicated families and individuals in the area, farmers and ranchers from across Blaine County gathered at the Blaine County Fairgrounds last Thursday, April 14, for the 2016 edition of the Blaine... + continue reading

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The last year-plus has seen many ups and downs when it comes to ambulance service for City of Watonga and a number of Blaine County residents, but over the last month it appears the city has finally hit a turning point as the new City of Watonga owned and... + continue reading
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The Watonga City Council held their final meeting for the month of April, last Tues. April 19, inside the Watonga City Council Chambers at Watonga City Hall. Among the topics discussed was the city’s newly formed and now operational Watonga EMS... + continue reading

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Watonga’s Track and Field team headed north last Friday to the 2016 Chisholm Track Meet in Enid. Last week’s meet was the second to last regular season track meet for the Eagles and Lady Eagles as they are set to host the 89er Conference Meet this weekend in Watonga, before... + continue reading
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Watonga beat down Oklahoma Bible last Tuesday evening 12-5 at home in Watonga. Watonga and Oklahoma Bible Academy were set to play five days later in the 2016 Merrifield Office Plus Invitational at Northern Oklahoma College in Enid. So, neither team chose to really tip their hand as to what... + continue reading
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In a night of filled with tradition, history and much deserved recognition for some of the more dedicated families and individuals in the area, farmers and ranchers from across Blaine County gathered at the Blaine County Fairgrounds last Thursday, April 14, for the 2016 edition of the Blaine... + continue reading
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In their final tune-up before the Regional and State Track Meets, this weekend and next weekend, the Lady Eagles and Eagles Track teams hosted the 89er Conference Meet last weekend in Watonga... + continue reading

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The Oklahoma House of Representatives has completed another deadline and all proposed laws have now either been signed, sent to the governor or amended. Amended legislation returns to the... + continue reading

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The Shawnee Tribe and GGS, a subsidiary of the Chickasaw Nation, today announced a $6,000 contribution to a fund that will provide financial aid to livestock producers in Woods County that... + continue reading