Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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A new Oklahoma-record pronghorn has been certified by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation's Cy Curtis Awards Program. The new record holder is Todd W. Bradley of Kismet, Kan. His buck pronghorn taken in Cimarron County in 2006 scored 85 points. Bradley, 51, was raised in... + continue reading
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The 2015-2016 Watonga High School Cheerleaders returned from Cheer Camp in Weatherford recently. The Watonga squad came away with a trophy while at this year’s camp. To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading
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A holiday that has something for everyone, from bright lights and loud bangs, to warm summer weather and hot, delicious, barbecued food, Independence Day, or July 4th, is this weekend and cities and towns across Western Oklahoma have scheduled a myriad of festivities to keep the locals... + continue reading
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A day’s long telephone and Internet outage that affected cities and towns across Oklahoma on Tuesday, June 23, 2015, was reportedly the result of a cut AT&T fiber cable near El Reno. Around Watonga, more than twice the usual number of cars filled empty parking spaces downtown as... + continue reading
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Developed by Oklahoma City-based Sparq Natural Gas, the newest compressed natural gas (CNG) station, and the 115th planned or operational CNG station in Oklahoma, will come to Watonga this fall, at the Hutch’s location off of Clarence Nash Blvd. As momentum has fueled the increased... + continue reading

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By Ian Pribanic Heavy rains near the end of May delayed the summer wheat harvest for many Western Oklahoma farmers but, with rain in this weekend’s forecast, many are making that one last push to finish harvest before the bad weather hits. After... + continue reading
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A number of bid packages were opened and awarded during the most recent Watonga City Council meeting on Tues., June 16.In addition to that, a couple of new items were approved to go out for bid. Among those items was a new radio system for the Watonga Police... + continue reading

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A mostly Cheyenne and Arapaho tribal congregation located in Watonga welcomed a group from Oklahoma City duringVacation Bible School week on Wednesday evening, June 17, 2015. The group, consisting of nine teenagers, and seven adults came to Watonga for a threeday Vacation Bible School for area... + continue reading
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The 2015-2016 Watonga High School Cheerleaders attended Cheer Camp last week in Weatherford in preparation for the upcoming school year. To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading
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While visiting the Watonga  area for the last two weeks,foreign exchange student Raul Hassel Santibañe de la Rosa has experienced everything Oklahoma has to offer, from scenic landscapes and wideopen farmland, to horse shows, rodeos and authentic country hospitality. But last Tuesday,... + continue reading
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A new Oklahoma-record pronghorn has been certified by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation's Cy Curtis Awards Program. The new record holder is Todd W. Bradley of Kismet, Kan. His... + continue reading

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Recently, a friend of mine traveled to Australia to see the sights down under. During his travels, he had a conversation with an Aussie and they got to talking about the British Royal Family. They... + continue reading

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U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Kevin K. Washburn today released a final rule to reform the regulatory process by which the Department of the... + continue reading