Tuesday, March 21, 2017
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Two seasons of college basketball, and two men’s basketball national championships for Watonga High School graduate Austun Gorman as for the second straight season, a men's basketball national championship resides in Moore, the home of Randall University. On Saturday March 11... + continue reading
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
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Oklahoma House Majority Leader Mike Sanders attended the T.B. Ferguson Home Museum Chicken Noodle Soup Fundraiser last Fri. March 17, in Watonga. “"I am a strong supporter and believer in the Ferguson Home and Friends of the Ferguson Home.   To view more please log in or... + continue reading
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
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There may be fewer settings for you to spend time with your family outdoors as half of Oklahoma's state parks face possible closures as a result of budget cuts to the Oklahoma Department of Tourism. Red Rock Canyon State Park, near Hinton, is the closest of Oklahoma... + continue reading
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
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It’s been a busy month for the United States Geological Survey as it relates to the Watonga area as the Survey recorded ten earthquakes, five below 3.0 magnitude and five above it, in the last month. However, in the last ten days alone, the USGS recorded five earthquakes, two... + continue reading
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
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Members from the Watonga Masonic Lodge were on hand on Sun. May 12, 2017, to present Watonga Mayor Gary Olsen a check from a benefit spaghetti dinner in his honor.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Watonga%20RepublicanID435/ + continue reading

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This is the time of year when my mind is on three things: The Internal Revenue Service, Spring, and how can I lose 100 pounds before summer without the use of a weed wacker. I'm just kidding. I'm not allowed to use the weed wacker anymore ... + continue reading
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The Watonga City Council held their first meeting for the month of March last Tuesday, March 7, 2017, inside the Watonga City Council Chambers at Watonga City Hall. During a severe storm in late January, Watonga’s Liberty Theatre sustained flood... + continue reading

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Watonga’s baseball team opened its 2017 campaign last Friday morning in Watonga with a game against the Mooreland High School Bobcats. While it was the first day of Spring Break for Watonga, the Eagles didn’t see many breaks go their way in their first game of the year as Mooreland... + continue reading
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A fire at Watonga’s El Rancho Grande restaurant resulted in approximately $1,000.00 in damage according to Watonga Fire Chief Verlin Bills. The fire started at approximately 9:05 a.m. on Thurs. March 2, 2017, on the 100 block of N. Noble Ave. downtown, according to the Fire Department... + continue reading
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The end of February tornado outbreak across the Central and Midwestern portion of the United States served as a harsh reminder that Tornado season has arrived for not only those areas but for northwestern Oklahoma. While, northwest Oklahoma has yet to experience any severe... + continue reading
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Two seasons of college basketball, and two men’s basketball national championships for Watonga High School graduate Austun Gorman as for the second straight season, a men's basketball... + continue reading

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This is the time of year when my mind is on three things: The Internal Revenue Service, Spring, and how can I lose 100 pounds before summer without the use of a weed wacker. I'm just kidding... + continue reading

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Rick Perry, President-elect Donald Trump's choice for Energy secretary, has close ties to the Texas oil industry and has corporate roles in two petroleum companies... + continue reading