Wednesday, August 26, 2015
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Jack Lafferty was waiting for this moment. Watonga’s starting quarterback and safety spent over a year anticipating the day he finally could line up againstsomeone other than a teammate. After enduring a broken leg during his freshman campaign and then a season ending... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
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The Lady Eagles got off to a slow start at the plate and ran into a buzz saw on the mound when they dropped a 10-0 decision to Kingfisher last Thursday afternoon in Kingfisher. Dani McNair got the win for Kingfisher. She pitched four shutout innings while striking out six Lady Eagle... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
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As new Watonga Head Coach Brandon Blizzard prepares for his first game as not only Watonga’s Head Football Coach but as a head football coach altogether, headmits being excited. The battle for him will be with trying to remain as calm as possible heading into Friday’s season... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
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Because, the Blaine County Free Fair returns this Thursday, Friday and Saturday Aug. 27-29 with all of your favorite fair food and events. With school underway the trend nationwide continues to be that people are choosing to find entertainment closer to home. And part... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
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By Eric Warsinskey Watonga lost in what would be their final game of the 2015 Woodward Fast-Pitch Softball Tournament 5-2 in seven innings on Saturday, despite outhitting Beaver High School nine to five. Watonga just couldn’t seem to string enough hits together to get over the... + continue reading

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08/26/2015
The Watonga City Council opened bids on their mineral leases during last week’s regularly scheduled meeting. The item was listed on this week’s agenda as a, “Consideration, discussion and action: to open and award bids for Tract 4, the... + continue reading
08/19/2015
By Ian Pribanic In the past few months BCF Minerals, a subsidiary of Tulsa-based Triple Crown Energy, has begun a concerted effort to purchase mineral and royalty rights in three Western Oklahoma counties. “Our big focus is acquiring minerals and we... + continue reading

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08/19/2015 - 0 comment(s)
By Eric Warsinskey Watonga lost in what would be their final game of the 2015 Woodward Fast-Pitch Softball Tournament 5-2 in seven innings on Saturday, despite outhitting Beaver High School nine to five. Watonga just couldn’t seem to string enough hits together to get over the... + continue reading
08/19/2015 - 0 comment(s)
By Ian Pribanic Watonga students are half way through the first full week of school, and, while their primary concern is when the first school holiday is, Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 7, the district budget is the primary concern for the Watonga School Board, which dealt with a number of... + continue reading
08/19/2015 - 0 comment(s)
After a season opening loss to Fairview a day earlier, the Watonga Lady Eagles fast-pitch softball team took the field at home against Thomas looking to crack the win column on Tues. Aug. 11.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading
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As new Watonga Head Coach Brandon Blizzard prepares for his first game as not only Watonga’s Head Football Coach but as a head football coach altogether, headmits being excited. The... + continue reading

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Getting back into the groove of the work week after vacation is about as easy as finding oceanfront property in Watonga. I probably didn’t do myself any favors when I decided to schedule a... + continue reading

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Recently, the Oklahoma Native Assets Coalition(ONAC) announced a pair of exciting new initiatives for Native American families in Oklahoma. Supported by a $200,000 grant from the Michigan-based W.... + continue reading