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Articles from the August 29, 2019 edition

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 By Suzie Campbell    News    August 29, 2019

Who Gets The Expo Assets?

Transferring titles for Expo property to the city of Shawnee would make for a smooth transition....

 
 By WAYNE TROTTER    News    August 29, 2019

Earlsboro Records Largest Sales Tax Revenue Increase

When the Oklahoma Tax Commission issued its July sales tax report last Thursday, there wasn’t...

 
 By GLORIA TROTTER    News    August 29, 2019

The Night The Chickens Came Home To Roost

Tuesday, Sept. 3, could be the night the chickens come home to roost in Pottawatomie County. Two...

 

Count Down To Frontier Days Celebration

Frontier Days is just a month away, and final plans are falling into place. Frontier Days is held an...

 

Job Well Done

“The opioid crisis has ravaged the State of Oklahoma. It must be abated immediately.” District...

 

Noodles Is Determined To Obliterate Squirrels

The whining became unbearably high-pitched until I thought my eardrums would melt. As I opened the...

 

Senate Review: Medical Marijuana Rules Are A Process

I recently wrote about the important role interim studies and working groups play in helping...

 

Letters To The Editor

EDITOR The Countywide & Sun: Are you cleaning out the bookshelves to make room this fall? The...

 

Museum Gearing Up To Begin After School Art Classes

School is back in session and the Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art is gearing up for their After-School...

 

Capitol Report

Since the legislative session ended in May, I have been busy trying to study and gain more insight...

 
 By Jacob Factor    Sports    August 29, 2019

Lady Wolves Hit Their Stride

After moving the Shawnee Invitational Softball Tournament from the FireLake Ball Fields to Oklahoma...

 

Lady Indians, Pretty Close To Perfect

Ask any coach. No season is absolutely perfect. But the head coach of the Asher Lady Indians...

 

Earlsboro Seeks To Continue Their Building Success

The morning of August 20, the Earlsboro Lady Wildcats were 2-3. With the help of the Maysville...

 
 By Jacob Factor    Sports    August 29, 2019

New Maud Football Coach Says Players Must 'Buy In'

Coming off a 2-8 season last year, new Maud head football coach Kenon White is focused on helping...

 

Put Away The Fishing Rods And Golf Clubs, It's Football Season

The Bethel Wildcats' football team will run out of the tunnel for their season opener in a little...

 

Four County Schools Compete In Maysville Softball Tourny

Four area schools traveled to Maysville's softball tournament over the weekend and received three of...

 

Bethel Bats Go Cold

It is Tuesday, Aug. 20. The Bethel Lady Wildcats are 2-1 and sporting a two-game winning streak....

 

Young Lady Savage Fast Pitch Team Is Improving Quickly

The very young Lady Savage fast pitch squad is 7-2 over the last nine games to up their overall...

 

Volleyball Team Third At Sand Springs

The Lady Savage volleyball team had a successful tournament last Friday and Saturday in Sand...

 
 By GLORIA TROTTER    News    August 29, 2019

Shawnee Forward Shines The Spotlight On Local Schools

Four Pottawatomie County education leaders gave updates on their schools last Friday to a packed...

 

Oklahoma Baptist University Welcomes Students To Campus

OBU welcomed more than 520 students to campus Saturday, Aug. 17, for the University's annual...

 

Fair Is Packed With Plenty of Family Fun

The totally free Pottawatomie County Free Fair - packed with activities to entertain everyone in the...

 

Donald (Don) Andrew Anderson

On March 28, 1937, Donald (Don) Andrew Anderson was born to Robert E. and Rosa Anderson in Elmore...

 

Bobby Summers II

Bobby was born in Pennsylvania in 1965 and lived in Hawaii and Texas before finding his way home to...

 
 By Nick Lazzaro    News    August 29, 2019

The Night Sky Observatory

Back to school! Most districts have already returned to the classroom and the children are getting...

 

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