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Miss Altus Teen scheduled for Feb. 5, 2022

Miss Altus and Miss Altus Teen are combining this year and will both be held Feb. 5, 2022, at 7:30 p.m. at the Herschal H Crow Auditorium at Western Oklahoma State College. All seats are reserved so … more

SWRE announces essay contest finalists

SWRE has announced the Youth Tour Essay Contest finalists from Frederick. Lanee Coleman (left) and Lauren Akin (right) will compete in a virtual speech contest on Feb. 3, 2022. The winners will get the opportunity to travel to Washington D.C. in June. more

Students of the Week chosen

Second-grade Students of the Week are Kent Oxford, Laetyn Akin, and Kimber Sanderson. First-grade Students of the Week are Junior Cortez, Andrew Perez, and Aislee Collum. Kindergarten … more

Come and go meet and greet scheduled

A come-and-go Meet & Greet honoring Ike Schulz, the infant son of Emily and Ben Schulz, and the grandson of Dr. Greg and Wendy Howard is scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 30, 2022, beginning at 2 p.m. … more

Death defying amusement

The Switchback Railway was the first roller coaster at Coney Island in New York. LaMarcus A. Thompson patented his version of the modern roller coaster Jan. 20, 1885. more

New City Manager sought

FREDERICK, OK — Frederick is again without a City Manager after Lee Litteral resigned. He stated he wants to move closer to his family as the reason for his resignation. more

Impersonator show to be held at Ramona Theatre

Ladies and gentlemen! Boys and girls of all ages! Has anyone ever told you that you look like Frank Sinatra? What about Cher? Or maybe Elvis, Dolly Parton, or Adele? Well, now is your chance to dress up and perform like your favorite actor, singer, or dancer and maybe take home a cash prize in the process. more

What hath God wrought!

On this day in 1838, a newfangled thing called a telegraph machine was demonstrated for the first time. Samuel Morse demonstrated the telegraph machine at the Speedwell Iron Works in Morristown, New Jersey Jan. 6, 1838. The telegraph revolutionized long-distance communication, reaching the height of its popularity in the 1920s and 1930s. more


Operation Round Up (ORU), Southwest Rural Electric’s charitable foundation, recently awarded $51,930 to 20 nonprofits and civic groups in the co-op’s Texas and Oklahoma service area, with … more

Tipton FFA Students excel at Livestock Handling Competition

OKLAHOMA CITY—Three students from the Tipton FFA Chapter placed sixth overall at the 2021 Midwest Shows Livestock Handling Scholarship Contest Dec. 17. Tiffany Lamar, Rose Lamar, and Ethan … more

Christmas through the ages

Christmas has a long, and often controversial, history. There are many variations of the holiday celebrated all over the world. People around the world observe the holiday with traditions and … more

Annual Christmas parade held

The Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Christmas parade Dec. 16, 2021. The winners of the float division are: BancFirst – first place St. Helen’s Catholic Church - … more

Frederick’s Most Useful Citizens nominations are open

The Frederick Lions Club has begun the process of naming Frederick’s most useful citizens - a man and a woman. The Most Useful Citizen Program began in 1933 and has continued without … more

Be mindful of pets this holiday season

A survey revealed that over 1 in 5 Oklahoma pet owners admit spending more on their pets than their partners at Christmas. Christmas is often heralded as the most magical time of the year. … more

4-H Club speech contest held

The Tillman County 4-H Speech Contest was held Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021. Cricket Collins recited the 4-H pledge in the cloverbud division. There were six In the Junior age division: Kami … more
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