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 By WAYNE TROTTER    News    March 21, 2019 

Most County Municipalities See Increase In Sales Tax Revenue

Most Pottawatomie County communities posted modest year-to-year sales tax increases as 2019 bowed...

 
 By WAYNE TROTTER    News    March 21, 2019 

Not A Single F, Or A, On Middle School Report Cards

No A’s. Quite a few B’s, a few more C’s, more D’s than anyone might want and, thank...

 
 By WAYNE TROTTER    News    March 14, 2019

School Report Cards Are Out! A-F, Where Do We Rank?

It's School Report Card time again and things have changed again. For the better or for the worse?...

 

LD Brown

LD Brown, 81, died March 2, 2019, in Mesa, Arizona. He was born Dec. 6, 1937, in Putnam, Oklahoma, t...

 

Record Sales, Again, At PCJLS Premium Auction

The 82nd annual Pottawatomie County Junior Livestock Show wrapped up Friday, March 1 with record sal...

 
 By Suzie Campbell    News    March 7, 2019

Deputy Copelin Reports Four New Dumps Identified

The Pottawatomie Board of County Commissioners approved the purchase of 82 new band uniforms through...

 

Robert Earl "Rob" Ervin

Robert Earl "Rob" Ervin of Wagoner died Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019, in Wagoner, Oklahoma. He was born...

 

Michael Alvin Brown

Michael Alvin Brown, 59, of Shawnee, Oklahoma, died Sunday, March 3, 2019, in Shawnee. He was born...

 

Sales Tax Revenue Income Up 46 Percent For Macomb

The 2018-2019 holiday shopping season closed out with a big bang across Pottawatomie County and...

 

Richards Drug Honors County's Best Of The Best FFA Members

Two young women and six young men were honored Monday evening as recipients of the 2019 Gordon...

 

Commissioners Approve $46,750 Bridge Repair In Dist. 3

The Pottawatomie County Board of County Commissioners approved a quote from Robinette Concrete...

 

Venita "Nana" Darlene (Cosper) Spoon

Venita "Nana" Darlene (Cosper) Spoon, 62, resident of Tecumseh, Oklahoma, died Friday, Jan. 18,...

 
 By WAYNE TROTTER    News    January 24, 2019

Sales Tax Up For County

Santa Claus was very, very good to Shawnee, quite nice to Earlsboro and Asher, and gave Tecumseh...

 

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...

 

Tecumseh Golden Age Center

Hope you kept warm and safe during our first snowstorm of the year! It is not too late to make...

 

On Charter Schools

"I'm a 38-year educator. I am very concerned about the fiscal condition of public education. That...

 

W.T. Buckmaster

W.T. "Buck" Buckmaster, 89, a former resident of Shawnee, died Dec. 17, 2018, in Lynn Haven, Florida...

 

Tax Revenue Up

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

 

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...

 

Carolyn Ann Young

Carolyn Ann Young, 65, of Tecumseh, Oklahoma, died Sunday, Nov. 25, 2018, in Shawnee. Mrs. Young...

 

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...

 

Jimmy Copeland

Jimmy “Jim” Copeland, 86, of Shawnee, Oklahoma, died Thursday, Nov. 22, 2018, in Shawnee. He was born Sept. 17, 1932, to William and Mable...

 

Surveillance Cameras Installed At Illegal Dump Sites

Environmental officer Deputy Shaun Copelin reported to the Pottawatomie County Commissioners Monday...

 

Sales Tax Receipts Are Anemic

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

 

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