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Governor Stitt signs SB 661 in response to COVID-19

OKLAHOMA CITY — Governor Kevin Stitt, on March 18, 2020, signed Senate Bill 661, which aims to assist in the State’s efforts to proactively mitigate the spread of COVID-19. “SB … more

Medical providers need our help

Rosalyn Hall, Local Emergency Response Coordinator serving Beckham, Caddo, Comanche, Cotton, Greer, Harmon, Jackson, Kiowa, Tillman and Washita Counties, has sent a press release regarding COVID-19 … more

Frederick Community Calendar provided

To avoid overcrowding and encourage social distancing, the retirement celebration for John Worthington has been cancelled. We know John would appreciate a card and those can be sent to John at the … more

Situation update: COVID-19

The Oklahoma State Department of Health continues to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic. • As of this advisory, there are 29 positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma. • The Oklahoma State … more

Situation update: COVID-19

The Oklahoma State Department of Health sent an updated press release with results for COVID-19 as of March 17, 2020. • As of this advisory, there are 17 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in … more

Frederick Community Calendar provided

John Worthington will be retiring from Oklahoma Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance after serving 34 years as Agent for Tillman County. There will be a come and go reception for him on Friday, March 27 from … more

Junior livestock show held

The Tillman County Junior Livestock show was Feb. 27 - 29 at the Tillman County Fair Grounds. Participants showed pigs, goats, sheep, chickens and cattle. The sheep and goat show was held Feb. 27 … more

COVID-19: Information regarding testing

County health departments, including OKC-County and Tulsa Health Departments, do not offer testing for COVID-19 (coronavirus). Any individual who develops symptoms such as fever, cough, and/or … more

Public servants recognized and honored at appreciation dinner

Operation C.A.R.E. Ministries of Tillman County hosted an appreciation dinner Monday evening, Feb. 24, at the Great Plains Technology Center in Frederick. An estimated 65 guests from across … more

Grubrun to be held in honor of John Morton

Johnny D. Morton was a master of many things. He loved making beautiful lamps out of metal and wood. He enjoyed making jewelry out of old coins. He enjoyed all kinds of woodworking and having a … more

Frederick hosts another sucessful Oyster Fry

Frederick’s Fantastic Oyster Fry and Craft Show celebrated it’s 31styear in Frederick on March 7. This local event brings tourists through town in high volume. The event spent 30 years … more

40 things to do in Frederick for Spring Break

Frederick Chamber of Commerce Director Felisha Crawford challenges you to do all of these things during the week of March 14 - 22 during Spring Break. You can only mark an item off the list if you … more

DEQ adds Frederick Lake to consumption advisory list

The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has updated its list of lakes with consumption advisories for mercury. Ten Oklahoma lakes have been added since the last advisory was issued in … more

Water issues discussed at City Council meeting

The Frederick Public Works Authority met in a regular session at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 25, 2020 at the Memorial Civic Center, 110 S. 17th St. in Frederick. The FPWA approved the minutes of the Feb. 11, … more

Tuesday’s Election: All the information you need

Voters will go to the polls Tuesday for the March 3, 2020 for the Presidential Preferential Primary Tillman County Election Board Secretary Sherri Jacobs said today. Please keep the following … more

Red River Transportation to hold public meeting

Red River Transportation Service, a Division of Community Action Development Corporation, is scheduled to hold a public meeting to gain input concerning public transportation for Tillman County. The … more

Residents report strong bleach, chlorine odor in city water

Adding chlorine to public water supplies isn’t new. It’s a good way to kill any bacteria that may be present in public water supplies. Chlorine was first used in the U.S. as a major … more

Robotics expo held

Third-grade teacher Lisa Sizelove put together a Robotics Team for elementary and middle school students last year. She, along with the help of her colleagues and the Frederick High School robotics … more

Regional director confident of local preparations for pandemic

Although the local Regional Director of the Oklahoma Health Department says you’re more likely to get the current strain of the flu than the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, local health departments are … more

Truck drivers break utility poles a week apart

On Jan. 27, a truck driver whose load was too high caught the utility wire going across from the pole on the south side of the Tillman County Courthouse to the pole in the ally near the Crawford … more
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