Countywide & Sun - Connecting you to the community where you live, work & play!

Articles written by Virginia Bradshaw

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 25 of 56



Pottawatomie Profiles

Countywide & Shawnee Sun reporter Virginia Bradshaw will retire (at least for now) on Feb. 1...

 

Design Begins For New Shawnee Elementary

Shawnee Board of Education members Monday night awarded Shawnee schools Supt. Dr. April Grace a new...

 

True Spirit Of Christmas Spread Throughout Shawnee HS

It must have been the true spirit of Christmas that spread from one Shawnee High School classroom to...

 

One Step Closer To Additional Affordable Housing

New affordable housing for 35 families became one step closer to reality Monday when the...

 

Shawnee Approves Purchase Of Additional Property

Shawnee Board of Education members voted to pursue purchase of additional property near Jefferson...

 

Gilbert's 14th Annual Thanksgiving Dinner

Last year, to more than 900 Pottawatomie Countians, Thanksgiving meant a traditional Thanksgiving...

 

From Shawnee Little Theatre To New York's Broadway

By VIRGINIA BRADSHAW From Shawnee Little Theatre directly to a prominent theatre on Broadway? It...

 

Sister Cities Student Delegate Wraps Up Shawnee Visit

Thirty years ago, come next Sept. 27, two forward-thinking mayors of cities half a world apart, the...

 

Annual Boo on Bell Begins Tonight

Boo on Bell starts tonight! “It’s the biggest event people-wise that we have in Shawnee,” Ed...

 

DHS Senior Wins State Banjo Champion Title

Seventeen-year-old Dale High School senior Mason Woodward stopped taking violin lessons about two... Full story

 

School Board Approves Medical Marijuana Policy

Shawnee Board of Education members Monday night unanimously approved a detailed board policy on medi...

 

Could Shawnee's Egyptian Mummy Be A Man?

Could Tutu, Shawnee's rare Egyptian mummy since 1921 and the planet's since 100 to 150 years before...

 

Trevor Storie Conquers Cancer Diagnoses

"It was a life-changing experience, that's for sure," Zona Storie, of Shawnee, said Monday in recoun...

 

Computer Opens A Whole New World For Gabe

Gabriel Rosamond, 21, grew up in the Tecumseh area and everyone knows him as "Gabe," his mother,...

 

Medication Lock Boxes In Every Shawnee Class

Shawnee Board of Education members were told at their September meeting Monday night that Shawnee...

 

Stevens Is Excited To See The Greener Grass of Shawnee

By VIRGINIA BRADSHAW Erin Stevens, who became general manager of the Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Ce...

 

Gilbert Has Been Active In Free Fair For 46 Years

The Pottawatomie County Free Fair will be 81 years old this September, and Tecumseh...

 

Shawneestock Offers Peace And Music, Friday, Aug. 16

Woodstock 50th anniversary planners failed to find a city in upstate New York willing to host an...

 

Shawnee ECC Team Of Teachers Will Receive Award

Shawnee school board members at their August meeting Monday night were informed that four Shawnee...

 

Thompson Always Knew She Wanted To Teach

As a young girl growing up in Sapulpa, Katie Thompson, Shawnee Public Schools Teacher of the Year...

 

New Additions To Horse In The City Herd

Shawnee's distinctive Horse in the City herd is growing! With the recent addition of two more new...

 

Mayor Proclaims July 14 Ann Davis Day

Shawnee Mayor Richard Finley proclaimed Sunday, July 14, Ann Davis Day in Shawnee. The official...

 

Wild Tails In Rehab

Pottawatomie County has long had an eagle aviary where injured eagles are lovingly cared for by a...

 

Another Kind Of Freedom: A RIPCHAIR For Jeff Rodgers

It's about 9:30 p.m., May 10, 1999. A young patrolman, approaching his 10th anniversary with the...

 

Crows Open New Farmers Market

"As a farmer, you can decide to do everything right, but if Mother Nature decides she doesn't want...

 

Page Down

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2019

Rendered 02/23/2020 00:53