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Savages Place Third In Stroud Tournament; 11-3 For Season

The Savage basketball squad rolled to a 3-1 record last week, including a third-place finish in the...

 

Lady Savages Win Consolation Title In Overtime At Stroud

The Tecumseh Lady Savages round ballers finished last week strong, including a Consolation Title at...

 

Wildcats Continue To Fight Through Brutal Schedule

As 2018 closed, Coach Litherland spoke of a brutal stretch his squad would come across in January, s...

 

Lady Wildcats End Byng Tournament In Sixth Place

Four games in one week. Starting on Jan. 8, the Bethel Lady Wildcats took on the Mount St. Mary...

 

Bethel Defense Holds Harrah Scoreless In First Quarter

Going into 2018, defense was what Coach Eric Litherland pointed to as being the only real consistent...

 

Lady Wildcats Lose 47-41 To Harrah

.500 was the Bethel Lady Wildcats' win percentage going into Christmas break and 2019. 2-1 was...

 

Bethel Trustees Deny Renewal Of Abundance Wells

The first meeting of the New Year for the Bethel Acres Board of Trustees was short and dealt with...

 
 By Suzie Campbell    News    January 3, 2019

Benson Presents Management Company Benefits To County

The Pottawatomie County Board of County Commissioners ended the year with a nearly two-and-a-half ho...

 

Bethel Fifth Graders Resolve To Make As, Pass State Test

Bethel fifth graders recently offered their version of New Year's resolutions for Countywide &...

 

Bethel Wildcats Struggling As They Head Into 2019 Season

2019 could not come soon enough for Coach Eric Litherland and his 2-6 Bethel Wildcats as they...

 

Bethel FFA Members Spread Christmas Spirit

The Community Christmas Tree was lit and the ornaments were hung but there was still more to be...

 

Town of Bethel Dismisses Lawsuit Against PCDA

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

 

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...

 

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...

 

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,...

 

Bethel Moves Meetings To First Monday

A decision to dismiss with prejudice a lawsuit against the Pottawatomie County Development...

 

Board Approves Purchase Of Band Uniforms

The Bethel Public Schools Board of Education approved the purchase of various items totaling just ov...

 

Carolyn "Sue" Sears

Carolyn "Sue" Sears, 73, of Tecumseh, Oklahoma, died Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018, in Tecumseh. She was...

 

Carl Nelson Lackey

Carl Nelson Lackey, 75, Tecumseh, Oklahoma, died Friday, December 7, 2018, in Oklahoma City,...

 

Races Develop For Three Local School Board Elections

School board races developed in Asher, Dale, and South Rock Creek as filing closed last Wednesday. I...

 

Lady Wildcats Fall To Lady Demons In Championship Game

The title game of the First United Bank Classic Tournament featured top-10 in 4A Perkins-Tryon again...

 

Savages Stay Busy On The Road With Four Games Last Week

The Tecumseh Savages were busy last week with four games, all away from home. The Savage began the w...

 

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