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Articles from the September 30, 2021 edition

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Frontier Days Draws Large Crowds

Organized by Tecumseh Together, the 44th Annual Frontier Days drew large crowds back to Broadway Str...

 

Diaper Awareness Week Declared By Shawnee Mayor

One out of three families in the United States suffers from diaper need. With diaper changes needed...

 

Teen Shares Story Of Hope Through Pageantry

At first glance, Izabelle Hall, daughter of John and Stephanie Hall, of Tecumseh, looks like any typ...

 

Worrel's Haven Celebrates Recovery With Annual Serenity Fest

Children's voices and colorful face paint decorated the shaded grounds of Woodland Veterans Park...

 

County Plans Cleanup For Oct. 16-17

Dist. 2 and Dist. 3 will have dumpsters available for Pottawatomie County residents on Oct. 16 and...

 

Things Will Change, Everyone Will Grow Up

I interviewed a young woman this week, and I could so relate to her story. While mine didn't take...

 

Supply Problems

Most generally, the publisher of this paper believes each holiday should be celebrated in the order...

 

Capitol Comments

Now more than ever, I am committed to supporting our troops and keeping our country safe and secure....

 

Letters To The Editor

LETTER TO THE EDITOR The Countywide & Sun: I want to publicly compliment and thank the Tecumseh...

 

Golden Age Center

Ah-ah-ah! Live theater has returned after more than a year; however, with certain stipulations like...

 

SSC Offers Online RN Option

Seminole State College Nursing recently received approval from the Oklahoma Board of Nursing to star...

 

Letters To The Editor

Dear Editor, Nothing in last week’s letter to the editor was supported with evidence, and two...

 

Letters To The Editor

Dear Editor, It’s not often that I am at a total loss for words. I make a living talking to people...

 

Letters To The Editor

Dear Editor, I know that newspapers are no longer as well staffed  as they used to but nonetheless...

 

Norma Sue Rader

Norma Sue Rader, 82, died Sept. 23, 2021. She was born at home in the farming community of Grantham...

 

Belinda Kay Romberg

Belinda Kay Romberg, 52, lifelong resident of Shawnee, OK, died Sept. 22, 2021, in Shawnee. She was...

 

Lena D. Sumka

Lena D. Sumka, 70, of Shawnee, OK, passed away Thursday, Sept. 23, 2021 in Shawnee. She was born...

 

Ricky Paul Fullbright

Ricky Paul Fullbright, 58, of Shawnee, OK, died Sept. 23, 2021, in Shawnee. He was born Oct. 5,...

 

Virginia "Ginger" (Garretson) Edward

Virginia “Ginger” (Garretson) Edwards, 58, of Tecumseh, OK, died Sept. 25, 2021, in Shawnee....

 

Floyd E. Bays

Shawnee resident Floyd E. Bays, 93, died Sept. 19, 2021, in Shawnee. He was born Nov. 1, 1927 to...

 

They Knew They Wanted To Be Foster Parents

Before they even started dating, Reide and Robert Johnson each knew they wanted to become foster par...

 

Capitol Notes

On Thursday, I held an interim study before the House Technology Committee to consider...

 

Jefferson Receives Surprise From On Our Sleeves, Big Lots

Jefferson Elementary School, in Shawnee, is one of only 11 schools in the United States which was...

 

Stearman Crowned Queen Before A Hard Loss To Ada

By DANNY CHAMBERS It was a great start for the Savages on the Homecoming gridiron last Friday as...

 

Road Win Over Christian Heritage Keeps Wildcats Undefeated

Bethel opened district 2A-3 play on the road last Friday night at Del City, facing Christian Heritag...

 

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