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Articles from the October 3, 2019 edition

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Could Shawnee's Egyptian Mummy Be A Man?

Could Tutu, Shawnee's rare Egyptian mummy since 1921 and the planet's since 100 to 150 years before...

 

Bethel Friends Day Will Feature Special Guest

The Bethel community will host the annual "Bethel Friends Day" - also known as Don Hayes Day - on...

 
 By Suzie Campbell    News    October 3, 2019

County Approves $45,000 In Economic Development Funds

The Pottawatomie County Board of County Commissioners approved $45,000 in economic development...

 

Pioneer Library Board Honors Many For Their Service And Support

The Pioneer Library System Board of Trustees honored multiple volunteers, library supporters and...

 

Just Drop This

Make no mistake about this: These are not good days for this great American democracy nor for the ex...

 

Forget Punting

Now that President Trump finally seems to be getting something of a handle on the messy federal cour...

 

Changes Are In The Air And Everywhere

After weeks of rumors — many false — Linda Praytor announced Tuesday that she will close the...

 

The Two-Room School Teacher Takes A Wife

As a beginning school teacher in 1961, it became a priority for me to find a wife. So with a new...

 

Lankford Supports Governor's Cell Phone Order

Senator James Lankford (R-OK) issued the following statement on his support for Governor Kevin...

 

Capitol Report

In my last article I referenced HB 1051, which addresses the expansion of physical fitness...

 

Senate Review

Interim studies are ongoing with more than 20 more scheduled in October. Last week, we had studies...

 

Gordon E. Dawkins

Gordon Dawkins died Sept. 22, 2019. He was born on Nov. 8, 1931, to Esco and Ona (Burton) Dawkins...

 

John R. Brown Jr.

John R. “Jack” Brown Jr. of Shawnee, Oklahoma, died at the age of 91 on Sept. 25, 2019, at his...

 

OBU Students Travel To Panama To Conduct Vacation Bible School

Each year, students, faculty and staff travel around the world to participate in Global Outreach...

 

Bike Summit Set For Oct. 25, 26

Consistently, Oklahoma has ranked in the top 10 of the least bicycle friendly states, according to...

 

Seventeen Seniors Wrap Up The Regular Season With Wins

The Lady Savage volleyball squad finished off with two straight wins, including the final home game...

 
 By Jacob Factor    Sports    October 3, 2019

Asher Teams Breeze Through Districts As Champions

The Asher fastpitch and fall baseball teams breezed through districts as champions and are headed...

 

The Young Tecumseh Lady Savages Continue Their Winning Ways

The young and impressive Lady Savages continued their winning ways by winning two against Pauls...

 

Bethel Wildcats, and Lady Wildcats, Suffer Some Hard Loses

The Lady Wildcats battled thru another hard week. Defensively Bethel didn't commit a single error...

 

Too Much Of The Top Ranked Tuttle For Tecumseh Savages

Too much Tuttle. The Savages traveled to Tuttle last Friday night to face the undefeated and top ran...

 
 By Jacob Factor    Sports    October 3, 2019

Maud Fans And Players Surround Team Mate With Prayer

A disappointing defeat, a decisive win and a helicopter on the football field. Maud sports had it al...

 
 By Jacob Factor    Sports    October 3, 2019

Shawnee Teams Play Down To The Wire For Wins And Loses

It came down to the wire for both Shawnee's football and volleyball teams last week. The Lady...

 

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