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Jail Report Feb. 1 - 28

Staff Report Eddy Akers, 28 of Frederick, failure to register as a sex offender-felony in 1997. Lawrence Austin, 66 of Grandfield, uttering forged instruments, hold for Cotton County. Coti … more

Local pumpkin patch voted first in the state

The Red River Pumpkin Patch, County Road 192 in Davidson, was voted the No. One Pumpkin Patch in the State of Oklahoma. Owned by Chad and Anna Wofford, Red River Pumpkin Patch has been in operation … more

Driver’s Education class comes to Frederick

Staff Report Kent Sexton with Southwest Oklahoma Driving School says he has become aware of the current and immediate need to conduct a driver’s education class in Frederick. A timeline … more

30 years of Frederick’s Fantastic Oyster Fry

Staff Report The 2019 Oyster Fry is scheduled for Saturday, March 9 from 3:30-6:30 p.m. at the Prather Brown Center Cafeteria, 211 S 13th in Frederick. This year will be the 30th year for the … more

Harber appears in court

UPDATE — Jimmy Harber appeared in court for a preliminary hearing Feb. 28 at the Tillman County Courthouse. Harber is charged with a count of accessory to a felony in the 2017 death of Dillon … more

Bomber Robotics team is headed to Worlds competition

The Frederick Bomber Robotics teams competed in a State Robotics competition held Feb. 22 and 23 in Weatherford. Team 8866 “Cybernetics” is one of three teams from Oklahoma headed to the … more

Frederick Community Calendar provided

The annual Tillman County Jr. Livestock Show is scheduled for March 3, 4, and 5 at the Tillman County Fair Barns. An indoor Garage Sale Fundraiser is scheduled for March 1 and 2 from 9 a.m. to 2 … more

Tillman County Jr. Livestock Show set for March 3-5

Staff Report The 81st Tillman County Junior Livestock Show is scheduled for Sunday March 3, Monday March 4, and Tuesday March 5, 2019. 4-H and FFA youth from across Tillman County will be in … more

Local honored at Oklahoma Mentor Day

Staff Report Frederick Public Schools would like to recognize a number of community volunteers who are working to bring critical thinking as well as real world intelligence to the students at … more

Local postal worker wins award

From left, Todd Haynes receives a plaque from postmaster Brad Cunningham for sick leave conservation. Haynes was one of 200 in the the State of Oklahoma to win the award. He has over 2,000 hours of … more

Local cheerleaders win competition

The Stars cheerleading team out of Leaps and Bounds, a gym in Vernon, Texas, won the Dallas Cheerleaders Nationals held in Dallas recently. Several local girls are members of this team. They are … more

First Christian Church
crowns 45th Sweetheart

The First Christian Church crowned the 2019 Sweetheart at their 45th annual Sweetheart banquet. The men of the church plan, decorate, cook, serve, clean up and provide the entertainment for this … more

Kinder appears in court for pre-trial conference

UPDATE — Dakota Kinder appeared in court for a pretrial conference Feb. 22. Judge Scott Meaders was assigned to preside over the case. Kinder will appear for another pretrial conference April … more

Meteorologists host storm spotter class

Meteorologists Forrest Mitchell and Jennifer Thompson visited Frederick to provide storm spotter training to local citizens. The class was free and open to the public. Mitchell is the Observations … more

Burton discusses task force at Lions Club

Former Tillman County Undersheriff Mike Burton and his partner Trea Fulton attended a Lions Club meeting on Feb. 14 to discuss their jobs as Drug and Violent Crime Task Force investigators. They work … more

SWRE 2019 Youth Tour winners named

Lily Anne Newell of Chillicothe High School and Zac Chitwood of Tipton High School have been named winners of Southwest Rural Electric Association’s 2019 Youth Tour Contest. As Youth Tour … more

Six from Oklahoma named to NCC leadership posts

Staff Report MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Six Oklahoma cotton industry members, including four from Altus, have been elected to leadership positions in the National Cotton Council (NCC) for … more

Tipton stock show a success

Tipton’s Junior Livestock Show held Feb. 5 was a massive success for the show program and community when youth, parents and friends made their way to the local show arena in Tipton. With months … more

FPWA discusses potential water treatment process improvements

The Frederick Public Works Authority met in a regular session at 5:30 Feb. 12 at the Memorial Civic Center, 110 S. 17th St. in Frederick. The board approved the minutes and the financial reports … more

Baptist church holds fundraiser

The First Baptist Church of Frederick held a fundraiser Feb. 10. The funds raised will go towards supporting the Noon Day program at the church. The program feeds Frederick Middle and High school … more
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