Tuesday, September 19, 2017
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Clients of Watonga Dental will be seeing a new face as they sit in for their next visit. Dr. Ashlea Turpin, an Oklahoma native has made Watonga her new work place and is here to increase the number of friendly smiles within the community. Dr. Turpin, 33, is native to the Mustang area. Turpin... + continue reading
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
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The Watonga Board of Education met for its monthly meeting on Monday, September 11, in the Middle School Meeting Room at 7 p.m. After roll call and the approval of last months’ minutes, Watonga Superintendent Bill Seitter gave his monthly report, briefing the board on final construction... + continue reading
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
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The Watonga Eagles Cross Country teams attended the Oklahoma Baptist University Cross Country Meet on Saturday, September 16, in what was the largest meet they will attend all year. Twenty-eight teams ran in the girls 2A-4A high school race (213 runners) while 38 boy’s teams ran across the... + continue reading
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
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Watonga returned home on Monday for a matchup with the Okeene Lady Whippets for the second time in the last three games. The result was the same as the last time the two nearby rivals matched up as the Lady Eagles rolled to an 11-0 win in their third to last home game of the year. Watonga played... + continue reading
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
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Someone’s ‘0’ had to go, and it was Watonga’s that disappeared behind a career night from junior running back Jayden Flynn, the Watonga football team broke through for their first win of the season last Friday night in Enid against Oklahoma Bible Academy. Behind Flynn’... + continue reading

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09/19/2017
One of Watonga’s youngest entrepreneurs is preparing for his latest business venture. Watonga senior Ian Velarde is opening a coffee vendor, located on 721 South Clarence Nash Blvd, on November 1, called Eagle Express. To read more please log in... + continue reading
09/12/2017
The Watonga City Council held its first meeting for the month of September last Tues. September 5, 2017, inside the Watonga City Council Chambers at Watonga City Hall. After a quick approval of minutes of the last regular meeting held August 15, 2017 by a... + continue reading

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By Eric Warsinskey The day started off like any other early September day in Northeast Ohio - the morning dew still lingered on the grass and cars around town. At the time, I was a junior at Strongsville Sr. High School, which is located about 20 minutes southwest of Cleveland, Ohio. I was... + continue reading
09/12/2017 - 0 comment(s)
There have been building improvements happening throughout Watonga in the past few months, another is soon set to begin. Watonga’s armory, home of the city’s EMS service, is in need of new concrete on both the north side and the four driveways entering the building. To read more... + continue reading
09/12/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Tuesday, Sept. 5th Watonga at Waukomis The Lady Eagles dropped a road game to the Waukomis Lady Chiefs, 11-4, in a back-and-forth contest last Tuesday. The game was tied at two with Waukomis Lady Chiefs Varsity batting in the bottom After falling behind 1-0 in the bottom of the first when... + continue reading
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09/19/2017 - 0 comment(s)
The Watonga Eagles Cross Country teams attended the Oklahoma Baptist University Cross Country Meet on Saturday, September 16, in what was the largest meet they will attend all year. Twenty-eight... + continue reading

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08/22/2017 - 0 comment(s)
The conversation happening in our nation in light of recent events is more about political correctness than the issue at hand. Neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and terrorists are bad people. The... + continue reading

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During the 2015 annual convention of the National Congress of American Indians, then HUD Secretary Julian Castro announced a new demonstration program for Native American Veterans. The HUD-... + continue reading