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February

Tensions Rise With Sale Of Mustangs Fees Raised For Medical Marijuana Businesses Roaring 20s...

 

Letters to the Editor: CARES Act Funds

A portion of the money Congress approved for the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security...

 

Kennedy Family Pays It Forward With Give-A-Ham Program

Blake Kennedy and his family, of Tecumseh, have always bought an extra ham or two to give to someone...

 

Area Teachers Selected For Limeades Grants

For the twelfth year in a row and during an especially urgent time of need, Sonic Drive-In donated...

 

Five School Board Races Develop

Races developed in five Pottawatomie County school districts last week during filing for board seats...

 

Local Schools Move To Virtual Learning

UPDATE: Asher Public Schools announced Thursday they are moving to virtual instruction for the...

 

Jeanlene Masquas

Shawnee resident Jeanlene Masquas, 61, died Thursday, Nov. 26, 2020, in Shawnee. Wake services were...

 

Filing For School Board Seats Starts Monday

Candidates for the Board of Education in 15 Pottawatomie County school districts will file their...

 

Antino James Magnino

Antino James Magnino, known by everyone as "A.J.," died with his eyes open wide and a big smile on...

 

Lorece Mays

Earlsboro resident Lorece Mays, 97, died Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020, at her home. Services were held...

 

Local, State COVID-19 Impact Surpasses Decade of Flu

Nov. 17 – The county added 270 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases in the past week, as the state... Full story

 
 By Alex Sloan    News    November 12, 2020

County Approves Construction Addition To Earlsboro Fire Dept

Pottawatomie County commissioners had another short meeting this week, after three of the items on...

 

Three more Deaths reported In The Past Two Days

Nov. 11, 2020 – Another COVID-19 death in Pottawatomie was confirmed Tuesday and two more today... Full story

 

Earlsboro Fall Festival Fun

Ten children jump to the finish line in a sack race during the Kick In for Kids Fall Festival, in...

 
 By Alex Sloan    News    October 29, 2020

The Do's And Dont's Of Trick-Or-Treating

As Halloween weekend approaches, many Oklahomans are unsure how to proceed with festivities in the...

 

Lloyd Glenn Melot

Lloyd Glenn Melot of Tecumseh, Oklahoma, died Friday, Oct. 1, 2020, in his home. He was 93. Born on...

 

Emil Gust Sandstrom

Emil Gust Sandstrom died Oct. 8, 2020. Emil was born to Berger Gust and Ellen Victoria (Neilson)...

 

Jacob Aidan Estep

Jacob Aidan Estep, 26, of Shawnee, Oklahoma, died Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020 ,in Oklahoma City. He...

 

Christopher "Chris" Wayne Waybright

Christopher "Chris" Wayne Waybright, 34, of Earlsboro, Oklahoma, died Sunday, Sept. 20, 2020. He...

 

$5.5 Million In County CARES Act Funds Available

Cities and towns throughout Pottawatomie County were allocated a total of $5,590,012 in CARES Act...

 
 By Alex Sloan    News    September 3, 2020

County To Continue Financial Support For Shell Building

The Pottawatomie County Board of Commissioners met Monday to consider continued financial support...

 
 By Suzie Campbell    News    August 27, 2020

Melot, New CEO Of Shawnee Forward

Shawnee Forward has operated without a Chief Executive Officer for months, but not any more. On...

 

Pottawatomie County 12th in State COVID-19 Cases

Aug. 25 – As Tecumseh, Asher and McLoud schools have reported cases of COVID-19, Pottawatomie... Full story

 
 By Jennifer Pitts    News    August 20, 2020

Pottawatomie County Schools Respond to Orange COVID-19 Alert

Aug. 21 – Pottawatomie County school districts looked at a possible need to change protocols for... Full story

 
 By Jennifer Pitts    News    August 20, 2020

Pottawatomie County 12th in State COVID-19 Cases

By Jennifer Pitts Aug. 25 – As Tecumseh, Asher and McLoud schools have reported cases of COVID-19,... Full story

 

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