Wednesday, February 10, 2016
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The newest major retailer in Watonga, Tractor Supply Co.will host a meet and greet for local dignitaries at its Watongalocation, 220 S. Clarence Nash BLVD., on Friday Feb. 12,followed by a soft opening at 8 a.m., Saturday morning, Feb.13 and a four-day Grand Opening celebration, Thursdaythrough... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
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Details are emerging in the death of Caylee Massey, 18, who was murdered on Oct. 18,2015, east of Canton. Christopher Blake Scruggs went from being a person of interest to the primary suspect in the case after a first-degree murder charge was filed last Mon. Feb. 1, in Blaine County District Court... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
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It took about a quarter for the Lady Eagles to find their footing offensively against the Lady Whippets of Okeene on Tuesday evening, but once they did, it was all but over for Okeene. Watonga emerged unscathed after a blowout victory on Homecoming against Okeene by a final of 70-29, on the... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
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Things didn’t start off that great for Watonga on Tuesday evening as the Eagles boys’ basketball team played arguably their worst first quarter of the season against the Okeene Whippets in Watonga’s 2016 Winter Homecoming Game. After Okeene opened the second quarter with a... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
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Watonga High School senior J’Shon Richey was named 2016 Watonga High School Winter Homecoming Queen during a ceremony before the Watonga High School basketball teams’ games on Tues., Feb. 2, 2016.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading

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At the end of a grueling two-day All State tournament in Oklahoma City on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 5 and 6, 2016, Geary/Watonga Junior High Wrestler Chase Merkey was crowned Class-3A Oklahoma State Champion for the 285-pound weight class.... + continue reading
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Saving the best for last, the Watonga City Council waited for the “Old/New Business” portion of the latest meeting on Feb. 2, 2016, before they discussed the recent decision by the City of Okeene to discontinue ambulance service for the... + continue reading

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The Blaine County District Attorney's Office issued a warrant for the arrest of Christopher Blake Scruggs on Mon. Feb. 1, 2016, for the first degree murder of 18-year-old Caylee Massey. Last October, Scruggs allegedly shot and killed Massey inside a pick-up truck driven by another individual as... + continue reading
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The Geary/Watonga varsity wrestling squad came away with a strong second place showing in one of their final tune-ups before Dual State on Feb. 12, at the Hub City Tournament, a two-day tourney at Clinton High School in Clinton, Okla. on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 29 and 30, 2016. To view more... + continue reading
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The Watonga Eagles retook the floor last Tuesday evening in Watonga for a non-conference tilt with the Alva Goldbugs who came into Tuesday’s game with an 8-10 record. The Goldbugs’ record is a bit deceiving as Alva remains a deadly outside shooting team that can turn a game around in a... + continue reading
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Things didn’t start off that great for Watonga on Tuesday evening as the Eagles boys’ basketball team played arguably their worst first quarter of the season against the Okeene... + continue reading

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This week I came to the realization that the Browns have better odds of appearing in the Super Bowl than the odds of Governor Fallin mentioning the word “earthquake” in her State-... + continue reading

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Public Hearings continue at the Tribes’ complex and Legislators continue to review the Justice Center and RESPECT Gymnasium that will change the landscape of the tribal headquarters. Members... + continue reading