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 By Jacob Factor    Sports    April 2, 2020 

Senior Spotlight

From state cross country appearances, to jaw-dropping softball dives, to stunning volleyball kills,...

 
 By Jacob Factor    Virus    March 26, 2020

School Buildings Remain Closed

Oklahoma public schools will not be reconvening in person for the rest of the 2019-2020 school year,... Full story

 
 By GLORIA TROTTER    Virus    March 26, 2020

Schools Provide Meals, Despite Closings

Local schools have meal delivery systems well underway across the county. Here is recap of how it's... Full story

 
 By Jacob Factor    Virus    March 19, 2020

All 15 County Schools Closed until at least April 6

With concern over the COVID-19 outbreak growing, the Oklahoma State Department of Education... Full story

 

Richards Drug Awards Presented At 75th Banquet

Four young women and five young men were honored Monday during the 75th Gordon Richards FFA...

 

Billie "Rená" Jett

Billie “Rená” Jett of Tecumseh, Oklahoma, was born to James and Faye McCalip on June 2, 1956,...

 

Earlsboro Out In First Round Of Regionals

In a buzzer-beater overtime finish, the Earlsboro Wildcats lost their first game of regionals 66-64...

 

Indians Win District Championship

After a 63-33 win against the Soper Redbears Saturday, the 17th-ranked Asher Indians are district...

 

Earlsboro Wildcats Head To Regionals As District Runners Up

Earlsboro had some tough competition in their district tournament at Fort Cobb-Broxton over the...

 

Asher Prepares To Host Districts

In their last regular season games, the Indians added one to each side of their record with a 37-28...

 

District 28 State Senate Seat Vacated As Session Begins

Residents of State Senate District 28 — which includes Tecumseh and other parts of Pottawatomie...

 

Thomas "Tom" Cox

Thomas “Tom” Cox, 77, of Shawnee, Oklahoma, died Sunday, Jan, 26, 2020, in Shawnee. He was born...

 

Earlsboro Lady Wildcats Prevail At NRC's Tri-County Tournament

The Lady Wildcats had quite a week in North Rock Creek's Tri-County tournament last week....

 

Asher, Macomb Suffer Losses At NRC Tourney

While the Earlsboro girls flourished in North Rock Creek's Tri-County Tournament, other county...

 

William Boyd Ross

Earlsboro resident, William Boyd Ross, 95, died Jan. 15, 2020, at his home. Boyd was born Dec. 23,...

 

County Teams Prepare For Tourney Play

As basketball season heats up for teams across the county, several teams are preparing for tough...

 

Michael Glenn Orso

Michael Glenn Orso, 45, of Wanette, Oklahoma, died Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020, at his home. Mr. Orso...

 

Mark Allen Tramble Sr.

Mark Allen Tramble Sr., 62, lifelong resident of Shawnee, Oklahoma, died Saturday, Jan. 11, 2020, at...

 

Three Local Schools Compete In Jim Walling Tournament

Earlsboro, Macomb and Asher had a busy weekend at the Jim Walling Tournament hosted at Earlsboro....

 

Sherri (Rhodes) Mitchell

Sherri (Rhodes) Mitchell, 56, lifelong resident of Shawnee, Oklahoma, died Thursday, Jan. 2, 2020,...

 

Classes begin Monday At Seminole State College

Seminole State College classes are scheduled to begin Monday, Jan. 13. Special extended office...

 

Earlsboro Whips Macomb In An Easy Home Court Victory

Earlsboro Wildcats and Lady Wildcats secured easy victories last Tuesday in home games against Macom...

 

One Race On School Election Primary Ballot

Candidates for the Board of Education in 15 Pottawatomie County school districts filed their Declara...

 

Gilbert's 14th Annual Thanksgiving Dinner

Last year, to more than 900 Pottawatomie Countians, Thanksgiving meant a traditional Thanksgiving...

 

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