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Applications available for Foundation’s Fisher Scholarship

Applications for the Frederick School Enrichment Foundation Cora Fisher Scholarship for 2020 graduates of Frederick High School are now available at the high school counselor’s office or Benson … more

Arts n’ Action plans underway

It’s that time of year again, folks! The 49th annual Arts n’ Action festival is scheduled for 9 A.M. Saturday morning, Sept. 18, 2021.  The juried art show regularly attracts artists … more

Rodeo fundraiser deemed ‘giant success’

Operation C.A.R.E. Ministries of Tillman County hosted a “Round up for Jesus” rodeo fundraiser on Saturday, Aug. 7, 2021. Operation C.A.R.E. Director Douglas Simpson said it’s important to know how instrumental the business community was in providing sponsorship funds for the rodeo event. more

Tillman County 4-H Club member makes history at 100th 4-H Roundup

STILLWATER. – Induction into the Oklahoma 4-H Hall of Fame is the highest honor a 4-H Club member can achieve on the state level. Being inducted during the 100th State 4-H Roundup makes it more exciting. more

World War II film festival preview slated for Aug. 21

“IT’S WAR!” The Frederick Arts Council in conjunction with the World War II Airborne Demonstration Team is scheduled to present a fundraising premiere event of a dinner and movie evening at the historic Ramona Theatre, 114 S. Ninth St. in Frederick more

ODEQ: No mandatory or precautionary boil orders needed

Despite Frederick residents reporting “dirty” or “rust-colored” water to the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ), no boil or do not use orders have been enacted. more

Frederick residents to vote Aug. 10 on Oklahoma Natural Gas franchise renewal

The upcoming Aug. 10 franchise election is an opportunity for Frederick residents to approve the renewal of a franchise agreement between the City of Frederick and Oklahoma Natural Gas. more

Christian Church to give away school supplies

The First Christian Church of Frederick is giving away school supplies again this year. If you’d like to donate, monetary donations can be sent to First Christian Church 500 N. 15th Street … more

Annual tax holiday is set for Aug. 6 - 8

There are two kinds of back-to-school people in this world. The, “It’s already July?!” people, and the “It’s only July!” people. Start planning back to school … more

Thomas named District Attorney of the Year

District Attorney David Thomas has been named the 2021 Outstanding District Attorney for the state of Oklahoma. The honor, known as the David Moss Memorial Award, was bestowed by the District … more

Arrest warrant issued for mother harboring fugitive son

A local man was recently arrested on a warrant that was issued in January 2020. In July of 2010, Christopher Hopkins of Frederick was convicted of possession of child pornography/transmitting … more

Frederick Public School system experiences ransomware attack

In April, Frederick Public Schools suffered a ransomware attack that shut the entire computer system down. According to Frederick Public Schools Superintendent Shannon Vanderburg, the company they … more

Unusual amount of rain wreaks havoc on agriculture community

“One day it started raining, and it didn’t quit for four months. We been through every kind of rain there is. Little bitty stingin’ rain and big ol’ fat rain. Rain that flew … more

OTA begins conversion away from cash

The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority (OTA) approved new toll rates for customers who will begin to receive PlatePay invoices for travel on the John Kilpatrick Turnpike beginning in late July. The rates … more

Winnie the Pooh KIDS - a honey of a good time

The Lawton Community Theatre hosted a Winnie the Pooh: KIDS camp early in June which culminated in a production of Winnie the Pooh:Kids at the end of June. Disney’s Winnie the Pooh KIDS is a … more

Schreiner named 2020 Woman of the Year

Xi Alpha Chi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi recently named Carisa Schreiner their 2020 Woman of the Year during their Founder’s Day Celebration. Schreiner (right) is pictured with Xi Alpha Chi Vice … more

Fuel-shortage paranoia causes fuel-hoarding

Colonial Pipeline announced a ransomware attack last Friday, prompting a State of Emergency in 17 states and Washington D.C. By Saturday, they “returned the system to normal operations, … more

Formula race cars headed to Frederick

Get your spectator glasses out Frederick, we have Formula SAE race cars coming to town! Dr. Bob Woods, professor at UT-Arlington and Frederick High School alum, will bring students and cars from his … more

Are gluten-free restaurant options really gluten-free?

May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month. Events through the month of May increase the public’s knowledge of the autoimmune disorder every year, which raises money to hopefully fund research into … more

Frederick Middle and High School host band concerts

The Frederick High School and Middle School bands held their spring concerts on May 11, 2021. Bruce Franklin directs both high school bands and the middle school band. His right hand is retired band … more
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