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Articles from the February 7, 2019 edition

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Forensic Audit Suggested For City Of Shawnee Finances

Continuing his questions about city finances, former city commissioner Tom Claybrook suggested a for...

 

Williams Found Guilty

Why did the jury decide Brooklyn Williams was guilty of second degree murder and deserves to spend...

 

Gravel Growlers Burn Up The Backroads

Before the sun was up, the streets of downtown Shawnee were buzzing as riders and runners checked...

 

Families Need Closure On 36-Year Old Cold Case

For nearly 36 years the families of Paul and Melody Jones have longed for closure. Pottawatomie...

 

Back On Track

"Oklahoma's 'turnaround' is when our state stops moving in the direction of decline and begins movin...

 

Structure, Grace, Consistency Are Key

How do you do it? This question I am asked more than any other as my husband and me continue to...

 

Letter To The Editor

EDITOR The Countywide & Sun: Mixed emotions flooded my soul and mind as I watched with...

 

School Land Purchase Could Be This Week

Shawnee Board of Education members took no further action toward purchase of property for a new...

 

Senate Review

We're in the middle of budget hearings with the various state agencies. This is something the...

 

Patricia Inez Derk

Patricia Inez Derk, 67, of Tecumseh, Oklahoma, died Friday, Feb. 1, 2019, in Oklahoma City. She was...

 

Aubrey "Monk" Butler

Aubrey "Monk" Butler, 87, died Saturday morning, Feb. 2, 2019, after a long illness. He was born in...

 

Tecumseh Golden Age Center

The center is decked out in red - red hearts, that is - because February is when our hearts turn to...

 
 By Larry Hart    Columns    February 7, 2019

Downhome Christian

Tecumseh recently lost two of its finest young people. Shelby Danielle Johnson and Logan Don...

 

Municipal Filing Continues

The two days of filing for municipal offices in six Pottawatomie County municipalities were pretty...

 

Pleasant Grove Votes Tuesday, Feb. 12, On $150,000 Bond

Voters will go to the polls Tuesday for the Feb. 12 Pleasant Grove Special School Proposition...

 

Continued Frustration Over Late Payments For Bethel

The Bethel Acres Board of Trustees convened Feb. 4 in front of a large assembly of onlookers, many o...

 

Commissioners Approve $46,750 Bridge Repair In Dist. 3

The Pottawatomie County Board of County Commissioners approved a quote from Robinette Concrete...

 

Tecumseh Police Department Has New Surveillance Drone

Plans for a pavilion at Tecumseh Cemetery were back on the agenda at the February meeting of the...

 

Lankford Named Deputy Whip

Senate Majority Whip Senator John Thune (R-SD) has announced the deputy whip team for the 116th Cong...

 

Lady Savages On Fire!

The Lady Savage round ballers are on fire lately. After beginning the season with a 1-8 record, the...

 

Savages Fall To Seminole

The Tecumseh Savages' schedule isn't getting easier as the end of the regular season closes in. The...

 

Bingham, Shirey Shine For Savages

Savage wrestler Tyler Bingham (right) keeps bringing home hardware for the Savages. Bingham...

 

Two County Female Wrestlers Place Top In State

Take State! Jordan Blair did just that for Bethel after competing in and winning the Junior High...

 

Lady Wildcats Blazing Through Last Games On Schedule

Oh how good it feels to be back home. After dropping four of their last five games, with a fourth pl...

 

Bethel Honor Roll

SUPERINTENDENT'S HONOR ROLL FIRST SEMESTER 2018-2019 Ninth Grade: Eraclio Andujo-Herrera, Craig...

 

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