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The Watonga Track and Field team headed to Kingfisher last Saturday morning for the Kingfisher High School Invitational which was supposed to get underway at around 10 a.m. in the morning. However, the meet was delayed as thunderstorms rolled into the area drenching the track and delaying the... + continue reading
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April is Child Abuse Prevention month in Watonga  thanks to a proclamation signed by Watonga MayorClay Loosen on Tuesday,  April 7, in cooperation withthe Blaine County DHS. Nationally, April 1, 2015 marked the start of national child abuse prevention month. In 2013, there were 679... + continue reading
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Newly elected Watonga Mayor Gary Olsen casts his vote for the positions of Mayor and City Clerk, Tues., April 7, 2015 inside Watonga City Hall. To vew more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading
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Junior Tori Roser runs in the 100 Meter Hurdle Race at the Kingfisher Track Meet on Sat. April 10 ,2015 To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading
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Freshman catcher Jacob Smith lunges to catch a foul ball during the Eagles game against Seiling last Mon. April 6, 2015 To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading

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The Watonga City Council finished the final step in their plans for use of funds from “The Moudry Fund” during their regularly scheduled City Council meeting last Tues. April 7, 2015. The money commonly referred to by the city as “The... + continue reading
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By Eric Warsinskey   The fallout continues from last week’s raidof a home on the 800 block of BurfordAve. which saw both JustinRoss and LucindaMedicinebear arrested andjailed. Both Ross and Medicinebear were in BlaineCounty Court... + continue reading

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By Gary McManus   It took nearly the entire month, but severe weather finally made a rather abrupt return to Oklahoma during the last week of March. Two separate storm systems brought severe winds, large hail and tornadoes after a hiatus filled mostly with winter... + continue reading
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Mayoral candidate Gary Olsen casts his vote for the positions of Mayor and City Clerk, Tuesday, April 7, 2015 inside Watonga City Hall. Since the Municipal Election results will go final after our press deadline election results will be posted on our Facebook andTwitter feeds (Search @... + continue reading
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By Ian Pribanic   The continent of Africa is more than three times the size of the United States, and nestled in the southern portion, about the size of the state of Montana, is the landlocked country of Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe, a country mired in violence and political... + continue reading
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The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal College located at Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s campus is set to close at the end of this Spring Semester. The Watonga Republican Native News has... + continue reading