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Articles from the April 15, 2021 edition

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 By Alex Sloan    News    April 15, 2021

Marijuana License Fee Raised $3,000

Editor's note: The print edition of this week's paper ran with a headline which said marijuana licen...

 

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...

 
 By Jennifer Pitts    News    April 15, 2021

Board Approves New Band Trailer And 21-22 Employees

The purchase of a new band trailer was approved and more than 200 employee positions were filled for...

 

Earlsboro School Unveils Book Vending Machine

Assisted by Earlsboro Elementary School Principal Stacey Barton, second-grader Dusty Roach is the...

 

Mills Machine Honored As Outstanding Exporter

What began as a side job to regular business has now brought national recognition to a small Shawnee...

 

Not Really

Let's have a round of "this and that about that and this" today and kick it all off with something m...

 

There's A Dark Side To Improved Vision

I experienced one of the miracles of modern medical science a few weeks ago - and let me tell you,...

 

Bill Will Help Deal With Mental Issues

Last week the Senate Legislature completed House bills in the Senate committees, passing nearly 325...

 

Letters to the Editor: The Blue Zones rabbit hole

EDITOR The Countywide & Sun: Help! I have fallen down the Blue Zones rabbit hole and can't get...

 

Capitol Notes

The Legislature's deadline to pass bills out of committee in the opposite chamber was last week....

 

Film Industry Enjoying State Incentive Program

By SEN. ROGER THOMPSON Oklahoma Senate Appropriations Chair  For years, we've worked to expand and...

 

Voting Reminders

With South Rock Creek School C-32 School Bond election right around the corner, Pottawatomie County...

 

Gladys Harmon

Gladys Harmon of Shawnee, Oklahoma, died April 8, 2021, at the age of 99.  Gladys Maria Swink was...

 

Fonda Kay (Wilson) Loftis

Fonda Kay (Wilson) Loftis died peacefully at her home in Shawnee, OK, on Sunday, April 11, 2021,...

 

Barbara Lane

Shawnee resident Barbara Lane, 84, died Wednesday, April 7, 2021, in Shawnee, Oklahoma. Memorial...

 

Tecumseh Golden Age Center

Here are seven benefits for seniors who are over 60 years old and want to become members of the...

 

Phelps At IBC Tonight

The unmistakable sound of multi-Dove and Grammy Award-winning recording artist David Phelps will be...

 

Bisonettes To Sing April 24

The Warren M. Angell College of Fine Arts and the OBU Division of Music will present the Bisonette...

 
 By Alex Sloan    News    April 15, 2021

Election Secretary Receives Raise After 12 Days

After serving only 12 days in her new job, Election Board Secretary Trish Carter has received an...

 

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...

 

Shawnee Lady Wolves Rack Up A Few More Wins

The Shawnee Lady Wolves faced some stiff competition hosting the East/West Quad but racked up some w...

 

Flag Flown In Remembrance Of First Shots Fired In The Civil War

On the morning of April 12, Bethel Acres Trustee Brian Pierson hoisted a rather unique American...

 

Tecumseh Baseballers Out Hit The Competition

A streak of five wins in a row for the Tecumseh hard ballers has improved the Savages' record to...

 

Lady Savages Capture Eight More Wins

The Lady Savage slow pitch squad continues to be on a roll with a record of 18-7, including eight...

 

Lady Savages Awarded After 19-6 Season

The Lady Savages' basketball team had a very successful season, ending in the Area Tournament and...

 

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