Articles from the July 22, 2021 edition

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 By Suzie Campbell    News    July 22, 2021

Traffic Stop Leads To Grow Bust

Two separate murder suspects have been arrested, and another illegal grow house bust has been made w...

 
 By Galen Hawes    News    July 22, 2021

New County Administration Building Bids Awarded

The Pottawatomie County Board of County Commissioners awarded the bid for construction of a new...

 
 By Suzie Campbell    News    July 22, 2021

Talks Of A Lake Advisory Board Dominates Meeting

Lake ordinances, scooters, rezoning, farewells, and welcome backs were just a few of the topics...

 

Sen. Jett Administers Oath After SSC Elects New Officers

The Seminole State College Board of Regents held an election of officers and approved the hire of a...

 

Insurance Help May Be Available

As many Oklahomans are still experiencing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the...

 

The Cuban Mess

Let's play a little game, faithful readers. Pretend for a moment or two that you had become...

 

Time For Another One Of Those Changes

Change. A former boss once told me I don't do well with change. I hadn't known that before he inform...

 

Letter To The Editor

EDITOR The Countywide & Sun: This Trojan Horse is green and growing. The dangers of marijuana are sp...

 

Bobby Joe Cofer

Bobby Joe Cofer, 75, former Tecumseh, Oklahoma resident, died Monday, July 19, 2021, at his home in...

 

Forrest Neil "Kesko" Walker

Forrest Neil "Kesko" Walker, 70, of Shawnee, OK, died n Sunday, July 18, 2021, at O.U. Medical...

 

Paula Janelle Stephens

Paula Janelle Stephens died July 16, 2021, in Shawnee, OK. She was born May 28, 1949, in Shawnee, OK...

 

Wise Honored

The Tecumseh High School Alumni Association recently celebrated Dwight Wise ('61) for his many...

 

Country Facing Serious Headwinds

Just as citizens are beginning to return to pre-pandemic routines, Americans hoping to spend more ti...

 

Department Of Public Safety Opens Megacenters

The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety announces the opening of two megacenters. These...

 

SSC Offers Lifesaving Course

The Seminole State College Business and Industry Program is currently enrolling for a...

 

Health Department Urges Vaccination Before School Begins

The most recent COVID-19 epidemiology report found that 38 percent of all new COVID cases involved...

 

Shawnee Presented Plaque And Recognized As A Purple Heart City

The city of Shawnee is recognized as a Purple Heart City. Purple Heart Legislative Ambassador Mitch...

 

Tecumseh Police Reports

• On July 14 Officer McCormick met with Cody Dougan who came into the Tecumseh Police Department...

 
 By Natasha Dunagan    News    July 22, 2021

Auto Show Attracts 150 Plus Entries And Plenty Of Visitors

Downtown Shawnee - on Main Street between Park and Broadway streets - was the setting for the City...

 

Champions Collect Upwards Of $250,000 At IFYR

In front of an electric crowd at the Heart of Oklahoma Expo Center, rodeo athletes from across the...

 

Press Box Views

Wins for fall sports are made in the hottest part of summer, August. No matter which fall sport it...

 

Two Generations Win On A Horse Named Nicki

Taylor Cuccurullo left her home in Pilot Point, Texas, in mid-July with the same optimism that over...

 

Fishing Report

Tenkiller: July 13. Elevation above normal, water high 70s and stained. For current elevation...

 
 By Natasha Dunagan    News    July 22, 2021

The Arts @317 Is Expanding

The Arts @ 317 is doubling in size. On July 9, owners Vernon and Beth Hatley announced on Facebook...

 

Bice Mobile Office Will Be In Pottawatomie County Thursday

Constituent services assists residents of the fifth district with federal agency issues, including... Full story

 

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