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Agriculture Deputy Secretary Krysta Harden today announced that USDA is investing in rural businesses and development organizations to spur economic growth in rural areas and in Tribal communities. "These investments are part of the Obama Administration's ongoing efforts to help... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
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Earlier this season when Watonga played #19 ranked Alva in the Woodward Tournament the Lady Eagles didn’t even get 9 batters to the plate before they lost by run rule. They certainly weren’t willing to let history repeat itself in the Fairview Tournament last Thursday evening as... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
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Watonga High School boys cross country runners Anthony George (left) and Evan Bruner (right) run during the first mile of the Kingfisher Meet this past Sat. Sept. 13, 2014 in Kingfisher.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading
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A group of 57 Watonga students and sponsors traveled to the Oklahoma Civic Center in Oklahoma City on Sat. Sept. 6, 2014 to take in a performance of The Phantom of the Opera. The Watonga Band reserved a block of seats for the performance and the students reimbursed the band for their seats... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
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Though the minimum wage remains at $7.25 per hour for most Oklahomans, several tribal nations pay more or have boosted their entry-level wage above the federal level, a move that could cause the Oklahoma Legislature to take another look at the issue. The wage boosts have occurred over the... + continue reading

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With the politicking finally out of the way, Watonga’s First Baptist Church was finally free to kickoff their much talked about and highly debated “Tent Revival” event this past Sunday afternoon. Evangelist Ken Freeman spoke Sunday... + continue reading
09/17/2014
Okeene can keep their title of “Home of the Rattlesnake Roundup” if construction workers at the site of the old Watonga Nursing Home have anything to say about it. That’s because, last week a construction worker barely avoided being... + continue reading

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Lomega athletes attending recent Northern Oklahoma College Girls Basketball Camps included Cimarron Harney, Mady  eier, Allyson Payne, Reagan Ramer and Shelby Russell. Also at camp were Raegan Garrison, Kareema Kulwartin and Kristina Walker, all of Dover.   To view more... + continue reading
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After an impressive start to the season Watonga’s Cross Country teams returned home to host their first meet of the season this past Saturday morning. Runners returned home to less than ideal conditions as about 2.5 inches of rain fell overnight soaking the Watonga course. As the high... + continue reading
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Watonga’s entrant in the 2014 Dream Big Western Oklahoma competition fell short of this year’s grand prize as Deb Hanson of the Sweetness Factory in Weatherford took home first place.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading
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Watonga High School boys cross country runners Anthony George (left) and Evan Bruner (right) run during the first mile of the Kingfisher Meet this past Sat. Sept. 13, 2014 in Kingfisher... + continue reading

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As an outsider and recent college graduate living alone in unfamiliar territory, I often find myself alone with my thoughts, and as they say, there is nothing more scary than just that. Here is a... + continue reading

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Though the minimum wage remains at $7.25 per hour for most Oklahomans, several tribal nations pay more or have boosted their entry-level wage above the federal level, a move that could cause... + continue reading