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October Gala Planned To Honor Leaders In County

Nominations are closed for this year's ten most powerful people in Pottawatomie County, the newspape...

 
 By Alex Sloan    News    September 3, 2020

Stitt Presents COVID-19 Update

STILLWATER, Okla.- Gov. Kevin Stitt and several members of his administration came to Stillwater on...

 
 By Alex Sloan    News    September 3, 2020

Land Purchase Approved For REACT Rover Base

The REACT Rover which services the southern half of the county will be getting a permanent base of...

 
 By Alex Sloan    News    September 3, 2020

PCPSC Adheres To Strict Safety To Stay COVID Free

As reports circulate of COVID-19 outbreaks springing up in jails across the nation, the...

 
 By Alex Sloan    News    September 3, 2020

County To Continue Financial Support For Shell Building

The Pottawatomie County Board of Commissioners met Monday to consider continued financial support...

 

Mighty Good

Following are excerpts from a speech Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee for president. His speech...

 

What's More Dangerous Than A Dead Rat?

It is 9:57 am on Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2020. It is raining hard outside the elongated picture window...

 

Prescription Help Available For Some

By GLEN MULREADY Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner   Having to choose between buying groceries or...

 

Block Leaders Needed By Community Renewal

Community Renewal of Pottawatomie County hopes to recruit 50 new block leaders throughout the month...

 

The View From The Hill

Dear Oklahoma friends and neighbors: I encourage everyone to stop for a minute and count your...

 

Guest Column: Donald Rominger Jr.

The morning of May 1, 1971, the telephone rang at my home in Miami, Oklahoma. It was one of my...

 

Pro Pipe USA Wins Foreign Trade Zone Activity Approval

By the CPN Public Information Department The first tenant at Citizen Potawatomi Nation's Iron Horse...

 

Dalton Clifton Poole

Dalton Clifton Poole, second son of Nath and Thelma Poole, was born on April 23, 1931, and was 89...

 

William Sliger Jr.

Jack William Sliger Jr., 62, of Tecumseh, Oklahoma, died Wednesday, August 26, 2020, in Shawnee....

 

OBU Earns College Of Distinction Status

Oklahoma Baptist University has been named as a College of Distinction in seven categories for...

 

Positive Test Numbers Increase In Pottawatomie County

Sept. 1 – Since Aug. 20, Tecumseh's first day back to school, the district has announced eight... Full story

 

Sharp Faired Well In Shawnee

Sen. Ron Sharp won six out of the 11 Shawnee precincts in the Aug. 25 Republican runoff for the Stat...

 

Night Sky Report

Ten Acre Observatory hosted a group of Boy Scouts on the 8th for a great viewing session along with...

 

Tecumseh Police Report

The Tecumseh Police Department had another busy week handling everything from traffic stops to fraud...

 

Red Earth Festival Opens Labor Day Weekend

The award-winning Red Earth Festival, recognized as one of America's top art festivals, opens Labor...

 

Oklahoma August Weather Wrap Up

Three strong cold fronts brought the summer heat to its knees during August, but drought took...

 

Shawnee Wolves Lose Opening Game To Guthrie, 34-16

The 2020 Shawnee Wolves' football season has arrived. The Wolves have begun the Jason Sexton era,...

 

Lady Wolves Crush Competition

The Lady Wolves are crushing the competition. In seven of the last eight games, the opponent did...

 

Bats Run Hot and Cold For The Lady Wildcats

Bethel Lady Wildcats struggle to find their groove over the last week. In a matchup Monday, August...

 

Bethel Returns 16 Starters And Drops To 2A Class

When the Bethel Wildcats travel to Meeker this Friday for a 7 pm kickoff, they will resume a...

 

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