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Lion’s Club looking for new members

Jacob Noyola was recently inducted into the Frederick Lions Club. Pictured from left are Membership Chairperson Gary Tyler, Noyola and then Lions Club President Melissa Huff and. Noyola grew up in … more

School Enrichment Foundation awarded grant

The Frederick School Enrichment Foundation was recently awarded a $4,400 grant from the ONE Gas Foundation for Frederick Public Schools to purchase components for the robotics program. Pictured is … more

Open Hangar Day scheduled July 20

Frederick Army Air Field, Frederick, OK - Jump into history with the WWII Airborne Demonstration Team’s Open Hangar Day! To culminate the WWII Airborne Demonstration Team’s Summer 2019 … more

Henniges to host 40th anniversary celebration

Henniges Automotive is scheduled to host their 40th Anniversary event July 27 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., at Henniges, 1801 Flying Fortress in Frederick. Human Resources Manager Chase Massie said they … more

Kinder appears in court for change of plea hearing

UPDATE — Dakota Kinder appeared in court for his change of plea hearing July 12 at 2 p.m. The court found Kinder competent and accepted his guilty plea. There was no plea agreement in exchange … more

Trial date set for Harber

UPDATE — Jimmy Harber is scheduled to appear on the July 12 pre-trial docket. He is also scheduled for a pre-trial conference on Aug. 23 at the Tillman County Courthouse. Harber’s jury … more

Local students attend SWOSU orientation

A total of 750 high school seniors have enrolled for the 2019 fall semester at Southwestern Oklahoma State University as part of the first four sessions of the New Student Orientation Program on the … more

Annual princess class held

The 2019 Princess Class was held June 24-26 for young ladies entering the third-grade. They learned about manners that princesses need to know, including manners at the table, at home, with friends, … more

Co-op holds grand opening

Tillman Producers Co-op held their grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on June 28 at their new facilities. more

Local chosen employee of the month at SWOJC

Connie Sjolander and Rose Aguilers were honored by the Southwest Oklahoma Juvenile Center at the General Staff Meeting June 18, 2019. Resident Care Specialist Rose Aguilera was named the Employee of … more

Local girls participate in SAGE STEAM Camp at SWOSU

Fifty campers across Oklahoma recently graduated from the second year of the SAGE STEAM Camp held at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford. This year’s camp included two … more

Marijuana grow operation and dispensary to open in Frederick

Medical marijuana was approved in Oklahoma in 2018 with 56.86% of voters voting in favor of State Question 788. Since the measure passed, dispensaries have popped up across the state, despite the … more

Don’t lose body parts or pets this 4th of July - use fireworks responsibly

Lake time, cookouts, America, Independence, freedom, fireworks - words that are typically associated with the 4th of July, or Independence Day. Fireworks are a common way to celebrate the 4th of … more

Snap accepting local farmers markets open

TILLMAN COUNTY — Summer is here and Oklahoma families are enjoying the local produce. Farmers markets across the state are open to serve communities from summer through the fall harvest. Taste … more

Mark your calendars for Open Hangar Day July 20

Frederick Army Air Field, Frederick - Jump into history with the WWII Airborne Demonstration Team’s Open Hangar Day! To culminate the WWII Airborne Demonstration Team’s Summer 2019 … more

Farm Service Agency County Committee nominations opened June 14

USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) began accepting nominations for county committee members on Friday, June 14, 2019. Agricultural producers who participate or cooperate in an FSA program may be … more

SWRE Essay Winners attend Energy Camp

Approximately 79 eighth-graders, from all across Oklahoma, attended the 2019 Energy Camp, sponsored by Oklahoma’s Electric Cooperatives. The camp was held May 28-31. The camp was inspiring and … more

Photography on train tracks is illegal and dangerous

When the weather gets warm, photographers and their clients can often be found outside the studio. While shooting outside offers a wide range of options that a studio session may not have, it’s … more

Howard accepted to Disney College program

Bailey Howard is a 2017 graduate of Frederick High School. During her time in high school she was involved in several extra curricular activities including student council, the academic team, track, … more

Frederick Community Calendar provided

The Summer Feeding Program will begin May 28 and run through Friday, July 26. Mrs. LeAnn Terry and Mrs. Sylvia Longoria will coordinate the FREE “Lunch in the Park” at the Civic Center … more
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