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Articles from the September 10, 2020 edition

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Red Earth Receives Warm Welcome

On Sept. 5 and 6, the Red Earth Native American Festival was held at the Grand Casino Event Center,...

 
 By Alex Sloan    News    September 10, 2020

Shawnee Approves Lengthy Consent Agenda

During the Shawnee City Commission meeting on Tuesday, the commissioners designated surplus property...

 
 By Alex Sloan    News    September 10, 2020

Female Tries To Break Into County Jail

On Tuesday, the Pottawatomie County Board of commissioners met for a brief meeting, and heard a rath...

 

Good News And Bad News For Tecumseh

Financially, the city of Tecumseh had some good news and some bad news for officials to consider...

 

Chamber Flourishes Under New Director

Even a growing pandemic couldn't stop Leslie Merritt from jumping into her new role as director for...

 

Senate Notes

With the general election less than two months away and the ongoing pandemic, I want to discuss some...

 

Senate Review

I want to thank the people of Senate District 17 for entrusting me these past eight years to be...

 

Mabee-Gerrer Rolls Out New Virtual Art Programs

The Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art is rolling out new virtual art programs, from Virtual Tours of the...

 

Thanks, Palau!

What's going on in Washington these days? Lots of things, some important, others trivial. For instan...

 

She Finally Found Those Flip-Flops

During the "Great Clean-out of 2018" from our medium-sized home to our 22-foot travel-trailer...

 

Living In The Moment Can Be Dangerous

People frequently tell me that I need to live more in the moment, but I learned over the weekend...

 

Mary Louise Hysell

Mary Louise Hysell, 85, of Tecumseh, Oklahoma, died Sunday, Sept. 6, 2020, in Oklahoma City.  She...

 

James Edwin Reeves

James Edwin Reeves, 88, a longtime Pottawatomie County resident, was born May 10, 1932, in Shawnee,...

 

Carl L. Williams Jr.

Carl L. Williams Jr., 78, of Shawnee, Oklahoma, died Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2020, in Oklahoma City, OK...

 

Stephen Hill

Stephen Hill, 73, of Tecumseh, Oklahoma, died Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2020, in Shawnee.  He was born...

 

Tecumseh Golden Age Center

Summer always seems officially over when school starts and Labor Day arrives. Yet many of the...

 

Tecumseh Police Report

The Tecumseh Police Department saw a sharp increase in activity this week, and an escalation in the...

 

Faith 7 Receives $30,716 Grant From Avedis

The Avedis Foundation has awarded a $30,716 grant to the Faith 7 Activity Center, which helps...

 

Savages Lose Road Game To Fort Gibson 17-13

The Savages had a long road trip to open the season last Friday night. After having their original...

 

Lady Savages Add Two Wins For 13-4 Record

It was a short week for the Lady Savage fast pitch team, but they made the most of it with two...

 

Bethel Defeats Meeker 28-8

Bethel (1-0) head football coach Joey Ginn and his Wildcats enjoyed their return to the Class 2A...

 

Shawnee Inducts Four Hall of Fame Members Friday, Sept. 11

The latest inductees into the Shawnee High School Football Hall of Fame will be honored tomorrow (Fr...

 

Lady Wildcats Split Wins With Pauls Valley

The Bethel Lady Wildcats finished last week with two wins and one loss. Pauls Valley served up the...

 

Shawnee Opens At Home With Familiar Foe

Shawnee (0-1) will attempt to rebound from their week zero, season-opening, 34-16 loss to Guthrie...

 

Bethel Travels To McLoud, Friday

For the eleventh consecutive season, the Bethel Wildcats and the McLoud Redskins will meet on the...

 

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