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Senate Review

Last session, the Oklahoma legislature once again expressed its dismay at Congress' out of control...


Library Holds Virtual Job Fair

The Pioneer Library System welcomes central Oklahoma job seekers to interact with a variety of...


Property Prompts Executive Session For Tecumseh

Discussions regarding the purchase or appraisal of property prompted an executive session by the...


Gateway Awarded $250,000 For Food Insecurity Project

The Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) Board of Directors recently approved funding for...


$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...


Good News And Bad News For Tecumseh

Financially, the city of Tecumseh had some good news and some bad news for officials to consider...


Block Leaders Needed By Community Renewal

Community Renewal of Pottawatomie County hopes to recruit 50 new block leaders throughout the month...


The View From The Hill

Dear Oklahoma friends and neighbors: I encourage everyone to stop for a minute and count your...


Positive Test Numbers Increase In Pottawatomie County

Sept. 1 – Since Aug. 20, Tecumseh's first day back to school, the district has announced eight... Full story


Medicare Info For High-Risk

The Social Security Administration is offering some information for those in the high-risk...


Fellowship Program Fuels THS Alumni's Passion For Change

By BOBBY "TRAE" TROUSDALE 2020 summer intern Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits I have had the opportuni...


Senate Review

Governor Stitt announced changes to how cities, towns and counties will be allocated more than $250...

 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


OSDH Announces Plan to Provide COVID-19 Testing for Teachers

Oklahoma City (August 21, 2020) – The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), in partnership... Full story

 By Alex Sloan    News    August 13, 2020

Lankford Provides Insight To Supply Chain Breakdown

Following a recent editorial in the Countywide & Sun, Sen. James Lankford, R-Oklahoma, called...

 By Jennifer Pitts    News    August 13, 2020

Tecumseh Board Discusses Re-Opening Changes

During the last regular meeting before the new school year begins, Tecumseh Board of Education...


Sales Tax Collections Plummet

April Gross Receipts to the Treasury plunged by more than half a billion dollars as the coronavirus...


Masks Required On Campus At Seminole State College

The Seminole State College Board of Regents approved a measure that would make the wearing of face...


8-12-20: County COVID-19 Update

Aug. 12, 2020 – Today's data reflects six new official Pottawatomie County novel coronavirus... Full story


State Health Commissioner Issues 'Safer in Oklahoma' Health Advisory

OKLAHOMA CITY (Aug. 13, 2020) – Interim Health Commissioner Lance Frye, M.D. yesterday announced... Full story

 By Jennifer Pitts    Virus    August 6, 2020

COVID-19 Claims Two More County Lives Over Weekend

Aug. 4, 2020 – Two more COVID-19 deaths were reported in Pottawatomie County this week, bringing... Full story

 By Jennifer Pitts    News    August 6, 2020

Tecumseh Splash Pad, Park Back Open Today; City Hall To Reopen Monday

Yesterday, Tecumseh City Hall was closed after officials learned an employee had tested positive... Full story

 By Jennifer Pitts    Virus    July 30, 2020

In Seven Days OSDH Reported 102 New COVID-19 Cases In The County

July 28, 2020 – Positive COVID-19 case numbers continue to rise across Pottawatomie County, with... Full story


Letters to the Editor: Can We All Give Thanks To The Medical Professionals?

EDITOR The Countywide & Sun: Public health departments and health officials are maligned or...

 By Jennifer Pitts    Virus    July 23, 2020

Shawnee Sees Jump in COVID-19 Cases as County Adds 51 This Week

July 23, 2020 – Shawnee has added 20 new COVID-19 cases in the past two days, according to the... Full story


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