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By Ian PribanicProclaimed "Oklahoma's Oldest Rodeo," the Hinton Kiwanis Rodeo will be held  n back to back nights, July 31 and Aug. 1, 2015, at 8  .m. inside the Hinton Kiwanis Rodeo Arena at the Hinton Fairgrounds in downtown Hinton, Okla.  ponsored by the Hinton... + continue reading
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Team Na'Tsista (Which means "I Am Cheyenne" in the Cheyenne Language) recently won the Del City MAYB basketball tourney on July 18-19, 2015. Pictured front row - Camilla Russell, Korra Blackbear, Terra Blackbear. Second row- Coach Third Blackbear, Alicia Medicinebear, Jada Highwalker... + continue reading
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Nona (Roman Nose) Jenkins, and her children Angelo and Natane Jenkins, are featured in the Oklahoma Today magazine, July and August 2015 issue. Nona is very talented and is known for her artwork in crafts and beadwork. Nona and her family include Lloyd Jenkins and their children. Nona is originally... + continue reading
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By Ian Pribanic Major topics of concern for the Watonga City Council at a meeting on July 21, 2015,  were total town expenditures,increases in fire department volunteer and instructor pay and the hiring of a new city  position focused entirely on code and ordinance enforcement. The... + continue reading
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The First Baptist Church of Norman youth group provided a Vacation Bible School for Watonga Indian Baptist Church at the Whirlwind Mission Oakahater Church. The group was arranged by the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Oklahoma and hosted a soccer and art camp as part of the VBS.   To view... + continue reading

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By Ian Pribanic Reporter After a relative notified deputies from the Blaine County Sheriff’s Office that 53-year-old Geary residen, Edward Foreman was unresponsive to numerous phone calls, a welfare check was performed on March 6,... + continue reading
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Representatives from Mercy Hospital were on hand for last week’s Watonga Public Works Authority meeting as they discussed and explained to the city where they were at in regard to the construction project that they are required to complete. The... + continue reading

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A steady downpour of rain last Tuesday providedthe Watonga area with a slight reprieve, but the last few weeks have seen local  emperatures regularly rise well into the 90s and, according to National Weather Service, the temperature is expected to stay above 90 and hover near the century mark... + continue reading
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Pictured above are the participants of the SWOSU Upward Bound Program. Students from Watonga High School attended a 6-week program at SWOSU in Weatherford, Okla. (Left-right) Amodesty Johnson, Jordan Valenzuela, McKenzy Beavers, Christina Sattler (back row), Mitchell Lovato, Monica Westphal(back... + continue reading
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By Ian Pribanic Reporter Due to an extended leave of absence, the familiar face of Dr. Robert Spencer has been noticeably absent from the Mercy Clinic in Watonga for the last few months. Spencer will be away from the clinic until the end of August while he battles a nagging... + continue reading
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Team Na'Tsista (Which means "I Am Cheyenne" in the Cheyenne Language) recently won the Del City MAYB basketball tourney on July 18-19, 2015. Pictured front row - Camilla Russell, Korra... + continue reading

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By Eric Warsinskey As an outsider and recent college graduate living alone in unfamiliar territory, I often findmyself alone with my thoughts, and as they say, there is nothing more scary than... + continue reading

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July 31, August 1 & 2, 2015 26th Annual Oklahoma Indian Nation Pow Wow – Concho Pow Wow Grounds, Concho.Head staff: MCs Manny King, Max Bear, Color Guard  Buddy Bond, HGDS Roger Davis... + continue reading