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USO themed dinner theatre scheduled

Tucked away in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas is Inspiration Point Fine Arts Colony, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation owned by the National Federation of Music Clubs. The camp is supported by … more

Harley Akin: From cleats to crown

Harley Akin is the newly crowned Miss Frederick 2019. Akin began her journey int0 the world of pageants when she was just four-years-old. Her first pageant was the Little Miss Frederick pageant in … more

Orr to serve on medical mission trip to Uganda

Brooke Orr is a 2018 graduate of Frederick High School. She just finished her freshman year at Oklahoma State University. “I grew up in Frederick where I had the opportunity to be very … more

Fair board needs your help raising renovation funds

The Tillman County Fair Board is working on fundraising for several projects. Their goal is to raise $40,000 for four major projects in two different areas of the Tillman County Fair Barn … more

Rowe, Scott paint barn quilts

Annette Rowe and Jeanie Scott have started a business called Heritage Barn Quilts. They sell them and take custom orders at various arts shows or by phone. Rowe and Scott recently donated a Barn … 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

FHS and FMS present spring concert, awards show

The Frederick High School and Frederick Middle School bands presented their spring concert at 6 p.m. May 7 at the high school fine arts auditorium. The Jazz Band opened the evening with … more

FHS Choir Department honors seniors at last choir banquet

The Frederick High School Choir Department held their annual awards and concert banquet May 9 at the First United Methodist Church. Choir president Kendyll Ellis gave the welcome and introduction … 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

Farmer’s Market slated to open May 18

The Tillman County Farmers Market is gearing up for its second season. “Last year was such a huge success thanks to the shoppers, donors and volunteers that made it happen,” Tillman … more

Summer vibes and saving lives with Oklahoma Blood Institute

Help save the lives of local patients by donating blood this summer! Oklahoma Blood Institute will hold a blood drive with Fredrick Community on Friday, May 17, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at First … more

Frederick Community Calendar provided

The Frederick Public Library is gearing up for its annual Summer Reading Program. Join library staff each Wednesday in June at 2 p.m. in the library basement, 200 E Grand Ave., for a space-themed … more

Governor signs bill to increase number of volunteer firefighters

OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Stitt on Thursday signed into law a bill that will allow retired paid firefighters to return to service as volunteers without effecting their state pensions. House … more

Vanderburg named Superintendent of the Year

The Oklahoma Association of School Administrators (OASA) is pleased to announce Shannon Vanderburg of Frederick Public Schools as the 2019 OASA District 13 Superintendent of the Year. Mr. … more

Local man arrested for drug paraphernalia, public intoxication

A local man was arrested drug charges and public intoxication. On April 29, Assistant Chief of Police Karlton Trim with the Frederick Police Department, was dispatched on a call that someone was … more

Jail report for April 1 - 30

Akin Hugh, 49 of Frederick, carrying or possessing a firearm by convicted felon. Cliff Ballard, 44 of Frederick, hold for Jackson County. Augustus Blackburn, 23 of Canadian, possession of drug … more

Pesticide removal day slated

STILLWATER — It is a sure bet a quick look through just about any barn, storage building or garage in Oklahoma will turn up some old, unused pesticides. Instead of letting these chemicals take … more

Governor signs bills protecting undercover officers

The governor has signed legislation into law to protect the confidentiality of undercover law officers. Senate Bill 679 was authored by Sen. Darrell Weaver, (R-Moore), and Rep. Chris Kannady, … more

Music students compete at State

Music students of Marcy Prescott recently competed in the National Federation of Music Clubs State Contest. To qualify at the State level, students compete at the district level. Prescott’s … more

‘Beauty and the Beast’ opens to packed house

The Frederick Middle School choir department, directed by Carisa Schreiner, produced “Beauty and the Beast” April 29 and 30. Dawn Mefford assisted Schreiner with the production as well as … more
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