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Articles from the January 14, 2021 edition

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 By Alex Sloan    News    January 14, 2021

Phase 2 Vaccination Questions Answered

Last Thursday marked the beginning of Pottawatomie County's Phase 2 rollout of COVID-19... Full story

 
 By Alex Sloan    News    January 14, 2021

OSDH Rep Gives COVID-19 Update To Bethel School

The Board of Education of Bethel Public Schools held a lengthy meeting Monday night, which...

 

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...

 

Tecumseh Reviews Cuts, Cares Act and COVID-19

State funding cuts for Tecumseh Public Schools were larger than expected this month, but the...

 
 By Alex Sloan    News    January 14, 2021

Meet Pottawatomie County's New Emergency Manager

After recently being hired as Pottawatomie County's emergency management director, Chad Larman said...

 

House Committee Appointments Received

House of Representatives committee leadership and Republican majority leadership appointments have...

 

The End Nears

For the past several decades, American citizens of all descriptions and philosophies have decried...

 

Ever Wondered How To Hug A Naked Man?

I consciously knew where I was going was perfectly legal, yet a tiny prurient part of my brain kept...

 

Unfit To Drive Legislation Back On Track

After the auto accident that claimed the teenage lives of Shelby Johnson and Logan Deardorff, I was...

 

Lankford: 'I Pray We Never Have Another Day Like Jan. 6'

January 6, 2021, was a terrible day for our country and for our democracy. Americans do not all...

 

Senate Notes

Through the holidays, work continued at the Capitol. More than 300 Senate bills and resolutions...

 

Letters to the Editor: Insurrection at the Capitol

EDITOR The Countywide & Sun: Shock, outrage, sadness, sorrow and fear describe the range of...

 

Shirley Jane Taylor

Shirley Jane Taylor, 87, died Jan. 11, 2021, at her home in Shawnee, Oklahoma, after a long battle...

 

Jillian Bree Timperley

Jillian Bree Timperley was born Sept. 7, 2008, in Shawnee, Oklahoma. In the twelve years she spent...

 

Adam Mendonca

Adam Mendonca Sr., 84, of Shawnee, Oklahoma, died Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, at his home. Adam was...

 

Patrick Franklin Riddell Ashton

Shawnee, Oklahoma, resident Patrick Franklin Riddell Ashton, 57, died Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021, at his...

 

Allen Leon Hodde

Allen L. Hodde, a farmer, rancher, horse owner and trainer, and a lifelong resident of McLoud,...

 

Stanley F. "Stan" Hoisington

Stanley F. "Stan" Hoisington, 64, lifelong Tecumseh, Oklahoma resident, died Thursday, Jan. 7, 2021...

 

Sheila D. Moudy

Sheila D. Moudy, 76, of Tecumseh, Oklahoma, died Friday, Jan. 1, 2021 in Shawnee, Oklahoma. She was...

 

Tecumseh Police Report

• Officer Aaron McCormick made contact with Carol Snow on Dec. 31, when Snow arrived at the...

 

Lady Savages Take Second In Locust Grove Tournament

Ranked in the top 20 in Class 4A, the Lady Savages have been on the move during the first half of...

 

THS Makes It To The Mat

The Savage wrestling squad, which has spent a lot of the season trying to pin down an elusive...

 

Rising Star Gymnasts Start Season Off On The Right Foot

The season has begun for the gymnasts at Rising Star in Shawnee. The gymnasts attended Victory gymna...

 

Savages Come Close But Miss The Win

The Tecumseh Savages keep coming so close on the hardwood, but have trouble getting over the hump. T...

 
 By Alex Sloan    News    January 14, 2021

County To Purchase Emergency Manager Truck With CARES Money

After the lengthy six-month bidding process last Monday, the Pottawatomie County Board of...

 

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