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Further developments occurred last week in the ongoing investigation of the October 2015 death of 18-year-old Caylee Massey as investigators from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) were on Canton Lake for at least three hours searching for... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
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Watonga High School's Class of 2016 Graduates   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
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Twenty years may seem like a lot of time to most people, but it’s just a fraction of the time childhood friends Katie Parker and Indra Cowan have spent together, as classmates, business partners and lifelong friends. “When we first started doing nails I was in my mom’s beauty shop... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
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After a disappointing first round playoff exit last year, the Watonga Fighting Eagles varsity football team will welcome Deer Creek offensive coordinator for the last four seasons and Ponca City native, new Head Coach Jonathan Keathly for the start of the 2017 season.   To view more... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
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Last month, longtime and dedicated Watonga Post Office employee Vernon Brickman was honored with an award for 35 years of service as well as the Million Mile Award in recognition of the high quality of work he’s done in the Watonga and Blaine County area for more than three decades... + continue reading

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The Watonga City Council held its final meeting for the month of May last Tues. May 17, 2016, inside the Watonga City Council Chambers at Watonga City Hall. Among the topics discussed by the Council at this week’s meeting was a possible contract for Air... + continue reading
05/25/2016
Completing the Circle is an annual event aiming to provide success and stability by raising cultural awareness for Native American children in foster care. The event will focus on the heritage of various tribal nations with the help of the Oklahoma Department... + continue reading

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Last month, longtime and dedicated Watonga Post Office employee Vernon Brickman was honored with an award for 35 years of service as well as the Million Mile Award in recognition of the high quality of work he’s done in the Watonga and Blaine County area for more than three decades... + continue reading
05/18/2016 - 0 comment(s)
After a disappointing first round playoff exit last year, the Watonga Fighting Eagles varsity football team will welcome Deer Creek offensive coordinator for the last four seasons and Ponca City native, new Head Coach Jonathan Keathly for the start of the 2017 season.   To view more... + continue reading
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Of all the things to happen at this year’s Class 2A State Track & Field Meet at Carl Albert High School in Midwest City, perhaps the most notable was the increased level of competition at this year’s meet when compared to last year’s. Over five state records were set over the... + continue reading
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Watonga Tornados the Under 10 Soccer Champions pose for a photo after their final game of the season.Braxton Johnson, Jamison Blackbear, Javier De La Cruz, Anessa Woods, Gabe Lockhart, Chris... + continue reading

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Oklahoma legislators continue to discuss the budget. The talks are going later into session than normal, due to the difficulty of building consensus around a way forward in such a difficult year. In... + continue reading

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Cheyenne and Arapaho Higher Education office staff, located at the Concho offices, will be visiting local communities next week to pick up BIA-HIE Scholarship applications from tribal members who... + continue reading