Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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On April 7, 2014 at 9:35 p.m. Fire officials responded to report of a tree fire 2N 4W of Watonga. Lightning is the suspected cause of the fire and it was extinguished by fire officials upon arrival. On April 8, 2014 at 6:24 p.m. Fire/EMS officials responded to a call for medical assistance... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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Watonga’s Sunnie Johnson competes in the 100 Meter Dash prelims at the Okeene meet on Fri. April 11, 2014.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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One bright morning in Watonga at the Watonga Senior Citizen’s Center, a group of 10:00 a.m. regulars posed for a onetime “caffeine toast.” Pictured above, top row left to right: Bob Jones, Jim Thompson, Mike McDaniel, Cindy McDaniel and Cal Butler. Front row left to right:... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
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The Watonga boys and girls track teams headed to Kingfisher Saturday morning for the Kingfisher Track and Field meet which kicked off at around 9:30 a.m. The Watonga teams were set to run an abbreviated program however as many of the student athletes needed to get back into town in time to... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
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Early in a career, many dentists will either create a private practice from the ground up or purchase an existing practice. Dr. Arthur Johnson and his wife Dr. Maria Liñan decided to go with the latter by taking over the existing dental practice of Dr. Fred Lucas, DDS, when he sold... + continue reading

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The murky waters of this year’s election races have slowly started to clear up after last week’s filing period came to a close on Friday, as we head downriver towards the June primary and the November election. The 2014 candidate filing... + continue reading
04/09/2014
Watonga Councilman Richard Hightower left with the public and waited outside the City Council chambers while the remaining City Council members held an executive session during the Watonga City Council’s regularly scheduled meeting last Tuesday,... + continue reading

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Last Wed. the Watonga baseball team hit the road for a scheduled 7 inning game against the Okeene Whippets in Okeene. A sign of things to come the Eagles offense got rolling early as senior centerfielder Kaleil Pendleton reached base on a one-out blooper to left field that fell between the... + continue reading
04/09/2014 - 0 comment(s)
Last Mon. the Watonga baseball team returned home for a doubleheader with the Pioneer-Pleasant Vale Mustangs. Pioneer, one of the top teams in the state of Oklahoma was ranked 5th in the Oklahoma Class A Baseball rankings as of March 31st with a record of 21-1. To counter the Eagles sent... + continue reading
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On Tuesday, the Watonga baseball team held their home opener against their rival neighbor to the south, the Geary Bison. The Eagles sent their senior starter Matthew Plummer (0-1) to the mound for his second start of the season, his first since the season opener against Kingfisher.... + continue reading
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Watonga’s Sunnie Johnson competes in the 100 Meter Dash prelims at the Okeene meet on Fri. April 11, 2014.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition... + continue reading

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On Monday, Gov. Mary Fallin signed 25 bills into law. Three important public safety bills were among these measures. They are intended to protect the children of Oklahoma and will take effect... + continue reading

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She grew up in a secure environment where her family spoke only in the Cheyenne language in a ranching and farming community known as Hammon in far western Oklahoma. “I remember running up... + continue reading