Wednesday, August 27, 2014
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The Lady Eagles used fourteen-run explosion in the first two innings to vault themselves to a 14-3 road win in four innings on the road in Okeene. The Lady Eagles got rolling early courtesy of leadoff hitter Tori Roser who slapped a bunt single down the first base line before stealing second... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
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The 2014 Watonga High School Boys and Girls Cross Country teams’ seasons get underway this Sat. Aug. 30 at Lomega where the Eagles and Lady Eagles will look to get their season off on the right foot.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
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By the amount of blood curdling screams that you might have heard over the last 10 days in Watonga, you might think Watonga is currently home to another installment of the Halloween movie franchise. No, Michael Myers is not chasing down unsuspecting victims in Watonga with his trademark kitchen... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
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Winner of the 2014 Watonga Republican Fair Selfie Contest. Bailey Howard snaps a selfie with Autumn Jones, Mika Howard, and Allie Baker at the 2014 Blaine County Fair while on the swings.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading
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Last season, Matthew Plummer took nearly all of the snaps for the Watonga Eagles football team. However, Plummer is no longer with the team as he has since graduated and is now a freshman at Southern Nazarene University.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital... + continue reading

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08/27/2014
The Watonga City Council unanimously voted to override Watonga Mayor Clay Loosen’s veto during last Tuesday’s Watonga City Council Meeting. The Council’s overriding of the veto paves the way for the use of Wheeler Park for First... + continue reading
08/20/2014
The Watonga Board of Education voted unanimously to renew the coop with Geary for the 2014-15 school year during their August Board of Education meeting last Mon. Aug. 14, 2014. Board of Education Vice President Joyce Lucas led off the discussion in... + continue reading

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The Watonga Lady Eagles softball team pulled the curtain back on their home opener last Tuesday Aug. 12 at First State Bank Field in Watonga against the Lady Tigers of Timberlake. The Lady Eagles were looking to bounce back after a tough 20-10 season opening road loss to Fairview less than... + continue reading
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The art is up, the rides are set, the 4-H animals are primped, pristine and ready and tomorrow the Blaine County Fair is a go. The question is, “Are ewe read?” The Blaine County Free Fair returns this Thursday, Friday and Saturday Aug. 21-23 with all of your favorite fair food,... + continue reading
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A fire Saturday afternoon southeast of downtown Watonga broke the silence of a quiet weekend claiming a home but leaving the occupants uninjured and safe. The home, belonging to Theo Woulard of Watonga, was a total loss. Nearly every truck from the Watonga Fire Department responded to the... + continue reading
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The 2014 Watonga High School Boys and Girls Cross Country teams’ seasons get underway this Sat. Aug. 30 at Lomega where the Eagles and Lady Eagles will look to get their season off on... + continue reading

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In a letter printed below Rep. Mike Sanders of Kingfisher slammed the approval of a stanic Black Mass to be held on Sept. 21, 2014 in Oklahoma City by Oklahoma City officials.   To... + continue reading

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An order regarding IBIA’s July 10, 2014 decision regarding numerous appeals involving the legitimacy of the Cheyenne and Arapaho administration and court system by the El Reno-based... + continue reading