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Articles from the December 20, 2018 edition

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Shawnee's Christmas Star Still Shines Bright

By VIRGNIA BRADSHAW Shawnee and the area for miles around still have the huge Christmas star...

 

Town of Bethel Dismisses Lawsuit Against PCDA

By SUZIE CAMPBELL During the monthly meeting held Dec. 12, the Pottawatomie County Development...

 

Jones Theatres Continues Free Movie Tradition Dec. 22

A Shawnee holiday tradition reaches another milestone when Jones Theatres presents its 97th annual...

 

The Greatest Story

And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus, that all the...

 

Keeping It Simple - Just Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas. That’s all, just ... a simple Merry Christmas. The Better Half and I did not put...

 

A Small Step Toward Peace On Earth?

On Nov. 10, 1989, the headline in The Daily Telegraph based in London read 'The Iron Curtain Is...

 

Senate Review

We must increase accountability and oversight of our state's four public virtual charter schools....

 

Sharp Files Superintendent Pay Legislation

Following public outcry about school funding and concern over high administrative salaries, Sen....

 

Beryl Lee Kingsbury

Beryl Lee Kingsbury was born on Nov. 5, 1928, to Ernest and Gladys Kingsbury in Pittsburg, Kansas,...

 

Blanche Hudson

Blanche Hudson was a Christmas baby, born Dec. 25, 1922. to Daniel and Martha (Taylor) Kesler, the...

 

Joshua Lynn Lytle

Joshua Lynn Lytle, 33, of Shawnee, Oklahoma, died Friday, Dec. 14, 2018, in Oklahoma City. He was bo...

 

Jasper Liam Goodson

Jasper Liam Goodson was born at rest, Dec. 14, 2018, in Salina, Kansas. He is survived by his...

 

Phillip Forrest "Bud" Beamer

Phillip Forrest "Bud" Beamer was born June 29, 1925, in Dale, Oklahoma, to Phillip Forrest Beamer...

 

Arnold To Look At Cost Of Consolidating 911, Again

The Pottawatomie County Board of Commissioners approved the purchase of four Elkay water cooler bott...

 
 By Johnna Ray    News    December 20, 2018

Shawnee Will Increase Utility Rates By 7.5 Percent Mar. 1

Shawnee utility customers have a couple months to prepare for 7.5 percent rate increases that will t...

 

Savages Take Two Last Week

The Savages found success last week on the hardwood with two wins, one on the road and one at home....

 

'We Have Struggled,' Litherland Says Of Bethel Boys' Team

"We have struggled on offense so far this year. In our games so far, though we have been beat by som...

 

Wrestlers Lose Tight Contest

The Savage wrestling team was home last Thursday night in the Alumni Center to host Little Axe and...

 

Lady Wolves Notch Two More Wins

Add two more victories to the winning column for the Lady Wolves! Shawnee defeated Piedmont and...

 

Lady Savages Continue To Struggle As They Fall To Wildcats

The Lady Savage round ballers continue to struggle offensively and the problem really showed up...

 

Indians Lose In Overtime To Mustangs

You have just been routed 57-33. How are you supposed to turn around and play the same team on...

 

Lady Wildcats Take Two From Tecumseh Girls

With only 8.7 miles separating the two schools, Dec. 11 marked the second time in a week that...

 

Bethel Board Votes Stipend

The Bethel Public School Board held a special meeting Friday, Dec. 14, with one action item on the...

 

Tax Revenue Up

Sales tax revenues increased in December for most Pottawatomie County communities but as usual,...

 

Local Blood Drives

The holiday season is a time to reflect on the importance of generosity and kindness. That's why...

 

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