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SEFF Holds Fifth Annual Redbud Festival

The fifth annual Redbud Festival was presented by Safe Events for Families (SEFF) on Saturday,...

 

Spurgeon Publishes Third Book In The "Promise" Series

In a time of closing businesses and lost jobs, author Kathryn Spurgeon wants to remind her audience...

 

CPN Replaces Old Sign At Charles Martin Park

Those who live in the area of North Third Street in Tecumseh, and know about Charles Martin Park...

 

Bethel Band Boosters Car Show Draws Plenty Of Attractions

The fifth annual Bethel Band Booster Car Show fundraiser was back on track April 10, after...

 

A Party Awaits With A Birthday Box From Nevaeh

Nevaeh Alber, of Shawnee, is only six years old, but she has already accomplished a lot. One of six...

 
 By Natasha Dunagan    News    April 8, 2021

Shawnee Board Approves New Assistant Superintendent

The Shawnee Board of Education voted, during an executive session in the April 5 meeting, to hire...

 
 By Natasha Dunagan    News    March 4, 2021

Local Teachers Receive Vaccinations

Teachers from across Pottawatomie County were not in school for at least part of the days of Feb....

 
 By Natasha Dunagan    News    March 4, 2021

Board Approves Plans For New Elementary

Representatives from Mass Architects presented their plans for a new elementary school in Shawnee...

 

OSSAA Sanctions First Girls Wrestling Division

High school girls wrestling in Oklahoma has finally come into its own. The Oklahoma Secondary...

 

Houston Announces Retirement Plans To Shawnee School Board

Brent Houston, Shawnee Public School Assistant Superintendent of Finance and Business Operations,...

 

After 81 Years Of Service, Richards Drug Closes

On Dec. 31, 2020, Jamie Barrick turned the "open" light off at Richards Drug for the last time, and...

 

Venue Change For PCJLS Trophy Auction

The Pottawatomie County Junior Livestock Show 32nd Annual Pig Roast and Trophy Auction is coming up...

 

Tecumseh Grapplers Tussle With Ada In Close Match

A very close, tough, exciting wrestling match broke out on Jan. 19 in Tecumseh as the Savages and th...

 

After 55 Years, Benton's Cafe Closes Its Doors

On Dec. 27 of last year, the doors closed at Benton's Cafe after 55 years in Shawnee. It was a...

 

Landmark Business Closes Current Location

The Shawnee landmark which gave Hardesty Road its name will be moving this week after 89 years in...

 

Shawnee Hears Roof Damage Assessments; Harden Sworn In

Clif Harden stepped up Jan. 11 and took the Oath of Office, administered by Board Clerk April...

 

Bethel Students Create 2020 Time Capsules

The year 2020 may be something that the majority of people want to put behind them, but before it...

 

All Aboard The Night Time Christmas Light Run

In the woods of McLoud off Lake Drive on certain days, you can hear the "clickety-clack" and...

 

Kennedy Family Pays It Forward With Give-A-Ham Program

Blake Kennedy and his family, of Tecumseh, have always bought an extra ham or two to give to someone...

 

The Mission Of Clara Belle's Restaurant Is Ministering Through Meals

For the past 11 years, residents in the McLoud area have had one less thing to worry about for...

 

Bernice Gambill Witnesses Many Changes Over The Years

Bernice Gambill of Tecumseh has seen the world change before her eyes in the last 100 years. She...

 

Shawnee School Board Approves Annual Audit

Michael Kemper, of Jenkins and Kemper, CPA, announced the annual financial audit findings at the...

 

Local Schools Move To Virtual Learning

UPDATE: Asher Public Schools announced Thursday they are moving to virtual instruction for the...

 

Over 2,000 Flags Retired On Veterans Day

While most veterans were saluting the U.S. flag on Veterans Day, those gathered at Resthaven...

 

Exhibitors From 35 Ranches Attended The Alpaca Blast-Off

Alpaca exhibitors from 35 ranches in 11 states descended on the Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center...

 

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