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 By Staff    News    September 12, 2019

Carnival Returns To Frontier Days

We’re counting down to Frontier Days — and to the return of the carnival. That’s right, the...

 

Medication Lock Boxes In Every Shawnee Class

Shawnee Board of Education members were told at their September meeting Monday night that Shawnee...

 

Ford Inducted Into Military Hall Of Fame

William "Bill" L. Ford, of Shawnee will be inducted along with ten others into the Oklahoma...

 

County Approves Change Order For HVAC Units

The Pottawatomie County Board of County Commissioners approved a change order for Shawnee Public Sch...

 

About Trusts

This and that about that and this: Every now and then, you know, it seems like a few people in...

 

Saying Goodbye To The Old Swimming Pool 33

My float bumped against the sides of the swimming pool as I lazily paddled around for the last time...

 

New Hope School Days -No Running Water

(Second in a series) When I became sole teacher for grades 5 through 8 at New Hope School on August...

 

OBU's New Works Festival Features Student Works Friday Night

OBU’s College Players along with OBU Theatre will present the seventh annual New Works Festival...

 

Senate Review

This week, I’ll continue discussing Epic’s problematic enrollment reporting issues and other pro...

 

Bill Of Rights Plaza

Are portions of our nation’s history flawed? Absolutely! Are there challenges for each new generat...

 

Dora Leona Floyd

Dora “Kitty” Leona Floyd, 86, of Shawnee, Oklahoma, died Sep. 7, 2019. She was born June 16,...

 

Ray Boyd Hudson

Ray Boyd Hudson passed away Saturday, Sep. 7, 2019, in Shawnee, Oklahoma, at the age of 79.  He was...

 

RD Stacy

RD Stacy was born June 7, 1923, in Berryville, Arkansas, to Roy Stacy and Celestia Maxwell, and...

 

Madilynn Greenlee

Madilynn Greenlee, infant, died Saturday, August 31, 2019, at a local hospital. Services were held...

 

Bathing Can Distress Elderly Residents

One-half of nursing home residents are distressed during bathing. The resident may feel...

 

THS Band Wants To 'Believe'

By SHERRI OLSEN THS Band Boosters Secretary As this school year gets underway The Tecumseh Savage...

 

Bethel Trustees Slash Petroleum Permit Renewal Fees

Renewal fees for petroleum permits were slashed Monday night and Bethel Acres trustees also voted to...

 

Bethel Student Artist Entries Excell In State Art Exhibition

Twenty art pieces were submitted to the Oklahoma State Art Exhibition at the State Fair by students...

 

Ellis Wins Wanette Seat

Courtney Ellis was the winner of an unexpired term on the Wanette Board of Education, according to...

 

THS Volleyball Team Is On Fire

The Lady Savage volleyball team has been on fire lately, including a tournament championship last...

 

Maud Tigers Crush Bowlegs In The Highway 59 Bowl

The Highway 59 Bowl, Maud vs. Bowlegs, was one for the books. Coming off a disappointing 28-6...

 

Lady Savages Push Record To 16-5 With Five Straight Wins

Coming off the Labor Day Holiday, the Lady Savage fast pitch squad got busy and won five straight...

 

Shawnee Lady Wolves Work Through A Tough 1-5 Week

The Lady Wolves' fast pitch softball team had a busy, and tough, week. Two home games and a...

 

Asher Fights Thru Hard Wins And Tough Loses

A five-game winning streak heading into tournament play is about as ideal as any coach and fan base...

 

Earlsboro's Alexis Coon Knocks It Out Of The Park

Earlsboro’s fast pitch softball team opened up its week with a revenge game. Back in their second...

 

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