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Chamber welcomes new director

The Frederick Chamber of Commerce would like to announce Jessica Sanders as the new Executive Director. Sanders began with the Chamber on Dec. 6 – just in time for the busy holiday … more

Reps. Josh West, Walke, Phillips Discuss Pending Data Privacy Measures

OKLAHOMA CITY – House Majority Leader Josh West, R-Grove, and Reps. Collin Walke, D-Oklahoma City, and Logan Phillips, R-Mounds, today held a press conference to discuss bipartisan legislation … more

New deputies sworn in

The Tillman County Sheriff’s Office recently swore in a few new deputies. Pictured from left are Deputy Tucker Pfeiffer, Sgt. Robert Wallace, Sheriff William Ingram, Undersheriff Michael Ebner, … more

Tillman County accident claims one life, sends another to the hospital

A man is in critical condition and his wife is dead after a single vehicle accident in Tillman County. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, the accident happened at about 9 a.m. Dec. 1, 2021 … more

Reps. Josh West, Walke, Phillips Discuss Pending Data Privacy Measures

OKLAHOMA CITY – House Majority Leader Josh West, R-Grove, and Reps. Collin Walke, D-Oklahoma City, and Logan Phillips, R-Mounds, today held a press conference to discuss bipartisan legislation … more

Attorney General O'Connor Sues Over COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Military and Federal Employees

OKLAHOMA CITY - Today, the State of Oklahoma filed a lawsuit against the Biden Administration to stop its mandatory COVID-19 vaccination requirement for federal employees and the National … more

CANDIDATE FILING BEGINS FOR BOARD OF EDUCATION

Candidates for the Board of Education in 4 Tillman County school districts will file Declarations of Candidacy beginning 8 a.m. Monday, Dec. 6, 2021. Vonnie Bergman, Secretary of the Tillman … more

Cameron University names Summer 2021 graduates

Cameron University is pleased to announce the names of students who completed graduation requirements at the end of the Summer 2021 semester. Graduating baccalaureate and associate degree … more

Breakfast with Santa scheduled for Dec. 4

The Frederick Arts & Humanities Council is scheduled to host its annual Breakfast with Santa event on Saturday, Dec. 4 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at the historic Ramona Theatre. With Santa sitting … more

Health Department deploys mobile wellness unit in Southwest Oklahoma

LAWTON – The Mobile Wellness Unit from the county health department in District 5 is hitting the road this week after months of preparation. The goal is to bring more healthcare services to … more

More than 200,000 Oklahomans now enrolled in SoonerCare through Medicaid Expansion

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Health Care Authority is now serving more than 200,000 Oklahomans approved for SoonerCare benefits through Medicaid expansion.  More than 118,000 of these … more

PIONEER TO HELP CONNECT KIDS WITH SANTA

KINGFISHER – Pioneer is excited to announce it will once again be helping Santa connect with eager boys and girls. This year, the process is a little different and Pioneer customers need to register their kids, so they get the chance to share their wish list.  more

November is National Adoption Month

November is National Adoption Month. The month raises awareness and increases outreach concerning the need for permanent families across the United States. Every year, there is a growing need for … more

Massad Memorial Endowment created

A packed house joined a group of Massad family members, friends, admirers, and volunteers of the food bank Sunday afternoon in Frederick to remember and honor one of its long-time directors, Mary … more

Thanksgiving travel numbers expected to rise in 2021

With more people traveling this Thanksgiving, people should prepare for roads and airports to be noticeably more crowded. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released its … more

Humphrey, Kevin West study medical marijuana impacts on counties

OKLAHOMA CITY – Reps. Justin Humphrey, R-Lane, and Kevin West, R-Moore, recently held an interim study before the House Alcohol, Tobacco and Controlled Substances Committee to discuss the … more

How can parents prevent digital damage to teens?

STILLWATER – Social media algorithms can subvert children’s normal social growth patterns and replace them with reinforced negativity about bullying, unrealistic body imagery and … more

OKLAHOMA! Where the wind comes sweeping down the plains

The WWII Airborne Demonstration Team (WWII ADT) recently hosted their October Jump School which culminated in Open Hangar Day Oct. 30, 2021. Unfortunately, because of high winds most of the week, students were unable to complete the required five jumps to earn their wings. The graduation ceremony scheduled for Oct. 30 was cancelled. more

Cotton Festival scheduled this Saturday

The Frederick Chamber is gearing up for its 14th annual Cotton Festival to be held this Saturday, Nov. 6.  There will be activities throughout the entire day which include the Chili Cook-Off, … more

Homeowners should gear up for fall maintenance projects

STILLWATER – Many Oklahomans have a big list of to-dos for spring cleaning, but the fall season is a great time for some home maintenance projects. “Now that the triple-digit heat is … more
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