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Articles from the September 19, 2019 edition

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 By Staff    News    September 19, 2019

Frontier Days Celebration Begins Tomorrow

The carnival is setting up, art show preparations are underway and vendors will be arriving soon...

 

Computer Opens A Whole New World For Gabe

Gabriel Rosamond, 21, grew up in the Tecumseh area and everyone knows him as "Gabe," his mother,...

 

It's Time To Begin Plans For Pottawatomie County

Pottawatomie County Development Authority board member Dr. Joe Taron thinks this is the appropriate...

 

The Gray Lady

Back in those good old days when newspapers were rarely challenged as the No. 1 source of...

 

Lots Of Fun On Tap At Frontier Days

It’s almost here — Frontier Days! Do I sound like a little kid? Well, I wish I were for at leas...

 

School Bus Rides Could Be Exciting

My students at New Hope school in 1961 were a collection of mostly financially and socially...

 

Police Union Rehabbing Former Bar For Training, Special Events

Who would have thought - a bar turned into a cop hangout? Remember the Hilltop Bar on Hwy. 9 east o...

 

Senate Review

Interim studies are in full swing as legislative committees work to address various issues. More...

 

Auditions For Two Plays Coming Up At Little Theatre

Auditions for December 2019 and January 2020 Shawnee Little Theatre productions have been scheduled...

 

Alta "Sue" (Martin) Rodgers

Alta “Sue” (Martin) Rodgers, 85, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, died Monday, Sept. 16, 2019, in...

 

Lura Catherine Brownell

Lura Catherine Brownell, 93 of Shawnee, Oklahoma, died Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019, in a local nursing...

 

Margaret L. Thompson

Former Shawnee resident Margaret L. Thompson, 87, died Sept. 4, 2019, in St. Louis, MO. Graveside...

 

Tecumseh Begins Work On New School Farm

Construction will soon begin on the new Tecumseh School Farm. Tecumseh’s Board of education has...

 

City Board Told Vaping Is More Dangerous Than Smoking

It was a short meeting for the Shawnee City Commission Monday, Sep. 16, completing all their busines...

 

Road Closed Signs To Be Posted At Patterson And Lake Road

Environmental Officer Shaun Copelin delivered some good news to the Pottawatomie County Board of Cou...

 

Swanner Named To All-Tournament Team

The THS volleyball squad was at the Noble Tournament last Saturday and went 2-2 on the day to run...

 

Lady Savages Continue To Win

The Lady Savage fast pitch team continued its winning ways last week, with the exception of one hicc...

 

Savages Smash 10-Year Losing Streak Against Seminole

What a difference a week makes. After suffering an upset loss last week at Bethel, the Tecumseh...

 

Shawnee Lady Wolves Battle It Out With Owasso Lady Rams

The Lady Wolves' last fast pitch softball home game was a mixed bag. The long first game of the...

 

Wolves Compete At OBU Cross Country

The Shawnee Wolves' cross country teams ran the Gordon Cooper Technology Center course, OBU's...

 

Maud Comes Up Short In Tournament Last Week

Maud's fast pitch softball team had the lead for three innings, but a high scoring fourth inning...

 

Lady Wildcats Beat Bishop McGuinness 16-6

Bethel's slow week aided them well. After losing 16 games in a row, the fast pitch softball team's...

 

Bethel Wildcats Send McLoud Packing With a 48-14 Win

The Bethel Wildcats are starting off pretty solid. After Bethel squeaked out their home opener...

 

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