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Vernon Thomas Vaughn

Vernon Thomas Vaughn, 88, Shawnee, Oklahoma resident, died Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019, in Shawnee,...

 
 By Court Haygarth    Sports    January 17, 2019 

Lady Savages Win Consolation Title In Overtime At Stroud

The Earlsboro Lady Wildcats, after thrashing the Tupelo Lady Tigers 57-34 at their home gym,...

 
 By Court Haygarth    Sports    January 17, 2019 

Earlsboro Breaks Losing Streak With 68-67 Win Over Dibble

Three game losing streak. That is what Earlsboro's Kirkpatrick and squad brought into the Jim...

 

Mary Alice Jackson

Mary Alice "Pat" Jackson, 69, Shawnee, Oklahoma, resident, died Monday, Dec. 31, 2018, at St....

 

Marcella Delores Hinesley

Marcella Delores Hinesley, 94, of Shawnee, died Sunday, Dec. 23, 2018, at her home. Services were...

 

New Opportunities Await Asher Indians

It's a new year with new opportunities for Asher basketball. Asher ended 2018 at 6-6 as they lost...

 

Tax Revenue Up

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

 

Harjo community Hosts Third Annual Christmas Parade

If you or your family has any connection to Harjo, OK, you're invited to enter a float in the third...

 

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...

 

Races Develop For Seats On County School Boards

Races developed in several school districts in the first days of candidate filing this week. Filing...

 

Donald Simpson

Shawnee resident Donald Simpson, 63, died Friday, Nov. 23, 2018, at his home. Services were held...

 

Hornets Conquer Longhorns In First Road Victory

Breakout performances awaited the Macomb Hornets upon their return to action. The Hornets returned...

 

Face It

“You can’t justify this many school districts to anyone.” That comment comes from Dr. James R. Machell, dean of the College of Education and...

 

Sales Tax Receipts Are Anemic

If sales tax collections were graded the way report cards are, most Pottawatomie County communities...

 

Progress On Sidewalk Projects

It only took two years, but Tecumseh's "Walk With Me" school sidewalk project is finally underway....

 

Earlsboro Teams Lose

The Earlsboro men's and women's team hosted the Varnum Whippets Nov. 9 in a Little River division...

 

New Tecumseh Girls' Basketball Coach Is Home-Grown

The weather seemed to know it was time to move the sports seasons inside. As it turned cold this...

 

Elizabeth Kay Wookey

Elizabeth Kay (Gwartney) Wookey, 52, of Earlsboro, Oklahoma passed away Saturday, October 27, 2018... Full story

 

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