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Articles from the September 23, 2021 edition

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Veterans Raising Funds For Gold Star Monument

Woodland Veterans Park, in Shawnee, has several monuments to those who have fought and died for the...

 

New Era Begins Between CPN And Shawnee

History has been made, and a more cooperative spirit between the Citizen Potawatomi (CPN) and the...

 

OBU Named As A College Of Distinction

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

 

Gateway Hosts First Annual Walk For Recovery

The Oklahoma heat didn't stop approximately 100 people from lining up to participate in Gateway To P...

 

A Little Deja Vu

There is a little deja vu going on in Shawnee. During the Shawnee City Commission meeting Monday...

 

Strange Liquid Showered Them From Above

So, where did I leave off last time? Oh yes, we were driving from Oregon to Eastern Washington...

 

Letter To The Editor

 I was intrigued at a previous «Guest Columnist›s «revelations» regarding Georgia’s “Anti-...

 

Visit Shawnee Welcome Center Now Open

Visit Shawnee Director of Tourism Stacy Cramer Moore (center) cuts the ribbon at the Sept. 8 open...

 

Explore The History Of The Aloha Shirt At Mabee-Gerrer Museum

Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art opens Art of the Aloha Shirt: Keoni of Hawaii, 1938–51  Explore the...

 

Tecumseh Savages Bring Home The First Win

The Savage gridiron squad took the longest road trip of the season last Friday to Elgin and came bac...

 

Bethel Wildcats Beat Little Axe Remaining Undefeated

Bethel’s seniors entered the game at Little Axe expecting not only to win, but to score a lot of...

 

Lady Savages Go Undefeated Through September

The Lady Savages fast pitch team is undefeated for September. Tecumseh last lost a game on August 24...

 

Liberty Academy Seniors Honored

Liberty Academy seniors (from left) Kaley Jo Fletcher, Paris Rimer, and Mary Lytle were honered for...

 

Bethel Sweeps North Canadian River Conference

Tuesday was a great day to be a wildcat. The Bethel JH and HS cross country teams swept the North...

 

South Central Industries Host Spectacular Olympics

Laughter and friendly but intense competition defined the atmosphere inside Oklahoma Baptist...

 

Third Annual Frenzy On Federal Features First Live 5K

BancFirst, at Harrison and Federal streets in Shawnee, hosted their Third Annual Frenzy on Federal...

 

2021 Pottawatomie County Free Fair Winners Listed

The County Fair returned after a year off due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The award winners were:...

 

County Asked To Revisit Funding Decision For CAC

It was another packed house at the weekly meeting of the Pottawatomie County Commissioners Monday,...

 

Shawnee De-annexes Property South Of The River

The Shawnee City Commission approved an ordinance to amend the boundaries of the City. The detached...

 

OBU Student, Vicki Coolidge, Wins Heartland Emmy Scholarship

OBU student Vicki Coolidge was recently awarded the National Academy of Television Arts and...

 

COJC Earns High ACA Reaccredition Scores

Central Oklahoma Juvenile Center (COJC) successfully completed its American Correctional...

 

Tecumseh Police Report

Tecumseh Police Officer Jacob Niblet was traveling South on Broadway when he observed a small...

 

Frontier Days Pageant Winners

The winners of the Miss Frontier Days Pageant were, from left, Tiny Miss Kinley Pool, Miss...

 

Donnie Earl Bond

Donnie Earl Bond, 86, of Norman, OK, died Sept. 13, 2021 at his home in Norman. He was born May 7,...

 

Sherri Lyn Hightowe

r Sherri Hightower, 65, resident of McLoud, died Sept. 14, 2021. Sherri was born on December 3,...

 

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