Articles from the October 17, 2019 edition

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Dale Pirates Bring Home State Championship

A ten-game win streak with the state championship as the cherry on top. That's how Dale's baseball...

 

Gilbert Is 2019 Oklahoma Woman Of The Year In Agriculture

Tecumseh is home to the 2019 Oklahoma Woman of the Year in Agriculture. Suzanne Gilbert was...

 

Allison Explains City Budget Crisis

Shawnee's budget crisis and "missing" money were bluntly explained to the public last Thursday at a...

 

Malware Slips In At Bethel School

You are never too old to learn something new. Bethel school learned some hard lessons this last...

 

DHS Senior Wins State Banjo Champion Title

Seventeen-year-old Dale High School senior Mason Woodward stopped taking violin lessons about two...

 
 By Jacob Factor    News    October 17, 2019

Tecumseh Board Accepts Bids On New School Farm

Tecumseh Public Schools’ agriculture education pigs are about to get a new home. TPS Board of...

 

PCDA Progresses From Crisis Mode To Long-Range Planning

Look how far they’ve come. The Pottawatomie County Development Authority (PCDA) has gone from...

 

A Better Way?

The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association — better known in school circles merely as...

 

Lessons Learned In The Two-Room School

(Sixth in a series) Winter turned brutally cold in January, falling several mornings to below zero....

 

He's Not A Paragon Of Virtuous Capitalism

EDITOR The Countywide & Sun: Not all readers of the Countywide share in Mr. Trotter’s...

 

Committing To Graduation

All Tecumseh High School freshmen parents and students were invited to the first “Commitment to...

 

Senate Review

Nearly 90 new laws went into effect in July, and more than 300 will become effective Nov. 1. One of...

 

Chamber Joins Effort To Combat Absenteeism

Robert Kinsey, Assistant Superintendent at Tecumseh Public Schools, spoke to the Tecumseh Chamber...

 

Horn Introduces Bill To Cut Prescription Costs

Congresswoman Kendra Horn (OK-5) has introduced legislation to create an out-of-pocket prescription...

 

Guy C. Sturgis

Guy C. Sturgis, 92, of Tecumseh, Oklahoma, died Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019, at his home. He was born...

 

Mary Lou Benton

Mary Lou Benton, 77, of Edmond, Oklahoma, died Sunday, October 6, 2019, at her home. Funeral...

 

Wesley Bazaar Set Nov. 8, 9

Shawnee Wesley United Methodist Women will present their Stewpendous Annual Fall Bazaar With Stew...

 

OBU Takes Top Spot

Oklahoma Baptist University recently took the top spot in the state of Oklahoma in Washington...

 

Avedis Awards $15,000 To BBBS

The Avedis Foundation has awarded a $15,000 grant to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma Inc. to...

 

Shawnee Loses 52-26 To Booker T Washington At Home

Shawnee’s homecoming night against the Booker T. Washington Hornets last Friday was a mixed bag. S...

 

Asher's State Title Hopes Extinquished In First Round Play

Asher's fall baseball state title hopes were once again dashed in the first round. Last fall, the...

 

Lady Savages Begin State Tournament Today At FireLake

The Tecumseh Lady Savages are Regional Champions and headed to the State Tournament. The Lady...

 

Bethel Wildcats Take Down The Pauls Valley Panthers

The Bethel Wildcats increased their football record to 4-2 after a 25-20 win at Pauls Valley. Devin...

 

Savages Pick Up A Huge 4A-2 District Win Over Blanchard

The Tecumseh Savage gridiron squad went to Blanchard last Friday night and picked up a huge 4A-2...

 

Lady Pirates Slide Into Second In State In A Tough Final Showdown

After cheering on the baseball team in their state title win, it was Dale's fastpitch team's turn to...

 

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