Countywide & Sun - Pottawatomie County's ONLY locally owned Newspaper. Connecting you to the community where you live, work & play!

Articles from the February 13, 2020 edition

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 25 of 27



Tensions Rise With Sale Of Mustangs

The sale last weekend of five classic Mustangs - or clones of them - has brought simmering tension...

 
 By Jacob Factor    News    February 13, 2020

Fees Raised For Medical Marijuana Businesses

Medical marijuana businesses in Shawnee now have to pay a $1,500 annual permit fee. The Shawnee...

 

An Extra Week Of Summer Approved For Tecumseh

Tecumseh students will get an extra week of summer vacation this fall thanks to the 2020-2021...

 

County Recognizes Hulin As Veteran Of The Month

Monday, Feb. 10, Labon Hulin was recognized by the board of county commissioners. "In recognition...

 

Roaring 20s Chamber Auction

Auction Chairman Luke Fugate and board member Kasy Kinsey dress the part for the Roaring 20s. The...

 

Cole Member of American Angus Assoc.

Heather Cole, Tecumseh, Oklahoma, is a new member of the American Angus Association. The American...

 

Community Renewal Receives Avedis Grant

The Avedis Foundation has awarded a $500,000 grant Community Renewal of Pottawatomie County....

 

Senate Review

We had a short but interesting first week. Very few of the 2,200 Senate bills had been assigned to...

 

Not Good News

Jason Smalley was a good state senator. He worked hard, kept up with developments in and out of gove...

 

Nancy The Ripper

Well, it’s over. The Democrats have had their say and everything went precisely as most close...

 

Yes, It's All About Unconditional Love

A long ago acquaintance once told me that her husband was the most romantic man she’d ever known....

 

Change Parties By March 31

Oklahomans who want to change their party affiliation before the Primary or Runoff Primary...

 

Who Is Going To Fill Their Shoes?

Who’s gonna fill their shoes Who’s gonna stand that tall Who’s gonna give their heart and...

 

John Wesley Moore

John Wesley Moore, 71, of Tecumseh, Oklahoma, died Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020, at home. He was born...

 

Bobby Dunn

Shawnee resident Bobby Dunn, 72, died Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020, in Oklahoma City. Memorial services...

 

Geri Huston

Verldine “Geri” (McClure) Huston died peacefully in St. Anthony Hospital on Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2...

 

Tecumseh Golden Age Center

Are we going to trust a groundhog to decide whether we will have an early spring? Actually, Feb. 2...

 

Savages Beat McLoud, Take Buzzer Basket Loss Against Bethel

The Tecumseh Savage round ballers had a good start to the week with a home win over McLoud and then...

 

Wolves Go 3-0 For The Week, 15-4 For Season

The Shawnee Wolves went three for three last week. The Wolves made quick work at all three games,...

 

Lady Savages Hit And Miss Against Area Teams

The Lady Savages experienced an extreme high and then an extreme low last week as they won a...

 

Asher Prepares To Host Districts

In their last regular season games, the Indians added one to each side of their record with a 37-28...

 

Lady Wolves pick up two wins and a loss

The Lady Wolves played strong against Western Heights, with a huge 56-16 win over the Lady Jets,...

 

County 4-H And FFA Students Serve At PCJLS Trophy Auction

Monday, Feb. 3, was a banner night for 4-H and FFA kids across the county. The trophy auction,...

 

Dale Overcomes Wewoka In High-Scoring Matchup

Dale hit their stride last week. Both teams added two wins each, home wins against Christian...

 

Concerto-Aria Sunday At OBU

Nine OBU students will perform during the 46th annual Concerto-Aria Concert Sunday, Feb. 16. The con...

 

Page Down

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