Wednesday, June 29, 2016
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Two years ago there was lots of concern about Canton Lake never being the same again. And rightfully so. The Northwest Oklahoma reservoir lost billions of gallons of water that Oklahoma City officials emptied from the lake because of a drought  in early 2013. And just like that, Canton... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
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As Christina Sattler walked along the Cupar Way “Peace Wall” in Belfast, Ireland, the Watonga High School Junior saw all the hate-filled graffiti and some positive poems and prayers encouraging peace. The “Peace Wall” is a large wall that has divided an urban... + continue reading
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After a highly successful 2015 campaign that ended in a playoff loss to the eventual state champion, Geary football players have already begun preparing for next year, and their hardwork and commitment motivated dozens of young Bison athletes to participate in the first ever Geary Youth... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
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There will be a new face around the Watonga High School Football and Wrestling programs this year. Jeremy Moxley, a former football and wrestling coach for Elk City the past three seasons, will now be a line coach for the football team and a coach for the wrestling team.  ... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
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Tyler Wilson of the Watonga Eagle CVL Baseball team was the 2016 Home Run Derby Runner-up in the Weatherford Tournament on Sat. June 11, 2016. He hit 4 home runs over the fence.     To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading

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Starting in August of 2016 Watonga city workers will go through a four hour hold back for 10 pay periods (20 weeks) to end up with a one week hold back. The five percent roll-back is a process that will affect city workers from August until December of... + continue reading
06/29/2016
By Eric Warsinskey Unbelievable. It happened in my lifetime. I cried and I’m not ashamed to admit it. My hometown is the home of a World Champion for the first time in 52 years. It really happened. In many ways it hasn’t sunk in… I half... + continue reading

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There will be a new face around the Watonga High School Football and Wrestling programs this year. Jeremy Moxley, a former football and wrestling coach for Elk City the past three seasons, will now be a line coach for the football team and a coach for the wrestling team.  ... + continue reading
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While the summer holiday began for students weeks ago, the summer solstice and the official start to the summer season was this past Monday, June 20, 2016, and the state of Oklahoma and most of the Western United States are already experiencing scorching temperatures.... + continue reading
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Watonga High School Class of 2016 graduate Evan Bruner recently received the Academic All-State Award, which is presented by the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence. The son of Ryan Bruner and Kristi Goerke, Bruner graduated with a 4.0 and a 32 composite score on his ACT. Seniors must be... + continue reading
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After a highly successful 2015 campaign that ended in a playoff loss to the eventual state champion, Geary football players have already begun preparing for next year, and their hardwork and... + continue reading

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By Eric Warsinskey Unbelievable. It happened in my lifetime. I cried and I’m not ashamed to admit it. My hometown is the home of a World Champion for the first time in 52 years. It really... + continue reading

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — A group hoping to put a casino legalization measure on the Arkansas ballot this fall announced an agreement Thursday with Cherokee Nation Entertainment to... + continue reading