Wednesday, July 23, 2014
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Work has continued to progress on several of the Watonga Schools’ projects. Among those projects is the new Watonga Elementary School playground. While work has yet to begin on Watonga’s most prominent school project, the new High School building, has yet to begin. Work has... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
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Week #6 Winner - “New York City” - Doug and Stacy Shirley recently snapped a selfie on the streets of New York City.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
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In his senior year at WHS, right end Mike Pearson took the opening kickoff in the Nov. 11, 1932 football game 80 yards to score the first Eagle touchdown. All this during what was described as “a near sand storm.” His feat was accomplished by “shaking off three Cherokee... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
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Watonga could be home to Oklahoma’s newest wind farm if wind tests in the near future reveal ideal wind conditions on a tract of land in the southeast corner of Watonga. “This is a very early stage project and we’re doing our due diligence right now to make sure that this... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
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Week #5 Winner - “No shortage of water here” - Winona Youngbird and Bruce Whiteman Jr. snap a selfie on the American side of Niagara Falls while visiting Niagara Falls in New York.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading

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For nearly a year now various members of the Watonga City Council have pushed for the city to hire a full-time code enforcement officer to crack down on the numerous code violations that continue to plague the city. And after a year it is now beginning... + continue reading
07/16/2014
Suddenly Watonga High School is without a principal after Shannon Grimes left to take the Superintendent position with Dover Schools last week. When the board of education hired Grimes last Thursday, he became the school district’s third... + continue reading

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A controversial proposal to place a digital sign along Clarence Nash Boulevard in Watonga was brought before the Watonga City Council during their meeting last Tuesday evening. The 10x20 digital sign, as currently proposed, would cost approximately $150,000.00. That cost does not include... + continue reading
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The Watonga Eagles’ infielders head to the mound during a break in the summer league action on Sun. June 27, 2014.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading
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Surrounded by family, coaches, friends and teammates, recent Watonga High School graduate Matthew Plummer signed his national letter of intent to attend Southern Nazarene University in Bethany last Tues. July 1st. At Southern Nazarene University, Plummer will compete for the Crimson Storm in... + continue reading
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Seven former Watonga High School football players and alumni will be immortalized this Saturday when they are inducted into the Watonga High School Football Hall of Fame as a part of the Class... + continue reading

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This year we have witnessed an astounding surge of illegal immigration, specifically from the countries of Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras. It’s been estimated that over 57,000... + continue reading

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by Darrel James   (Part 1 of 2) Tribal legislators have completed a busy first six months of the calendar year with resolutions that included nominations of department heads,... + continue reading