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CPN Files Opioid Lawsuit

The Citizen Potawatomi Nation of Oklahoma, represented by the law firm of Fulmer Sill, has filed a...

 

Local Advocates Needed

Are you a person with free time on your hands, asking yourself every day, “What can I do on my...

 

Fire Chief Frustrated With Low Response To Calls

A fire department is an important part of any community, but what happens when the same few...

 

Spectra Names Erin Stevens As General Manager For Expo

The city of Shawnee has selected Spectra to become the new venue management provider for Heart of...

 

Seminole State College Aquatic Exertise Classes Begin Monday

Seminole State College is currently enrolling for three different aquatic exercise courses to begin...

 

Head Start To Higher Ed

This fall, high school juniors will have the opportunity to earn college credit through tuition-free...

 

Avedis Holds Third Annual Celebrate Teachers Event, Monday

The Avedis Foundation presented its third annual "Celebrate Teachers" event for Pottawatomie County...

 
 By Suzie Campbell    News    August 1, 2019

Funding Approved To Continue County Cleanup

Although a very short agenda, the new members of the Facebook group 'Keep Pottawatomie County...

 

Avedis Awards SLT Grant For New Lighting

The Avedis Foundation has awarded a $34,627.44 grant to Shawnee Little Theatre to fund a new...

 

Sonic Recognizes Two Local Teachers

This May, Sonic Drive-In recognized teachers and the contributions they make to education as a part...

 

SSC Offers Extended Hours; Semester Begins Aug. 12

Seminole State College's fall semester begins Monday, Aug. 12.  Students interested in taking...

 

What's Going On At Your Local Library

Improve balance with Tai Chi series The Tecumseh Public Library will begin a series of “Tai Chi:...

 

Horn: It's Time To Change Course On Medicaid

This week marks the 54th anniversary of Medicaid's signature into law, and as Oklahomans we must...

 

Lankford's Subcommittee Looks At Federal Hiring Process

WASHINGTON, DC – The Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Subcommittee on Regulatory...

 

Oklahoma Baptist University Recognizes Outstanding Students

OBU recognized outstanding students during its annual awards chapel May 8. The ceremony took place...

 

OBU Leads in Classroom Achievement

Oklahoma Baptist led all conference schools with 62 student-athletes being named to the Great...

 

SSM Health Launches New Health Services

SSM Health in Oklahoma has launched a new web-based diagnosis and treatment service. The innovative...

 

Sunset Estates Receives National Award For Commitment To Quality Care

A Tecumseh nursing home has received a national award that recognizes quality improvements. Sunset...

 
 By GLORIA TROTTER    News    July 25, 2019

Sharp Still Questions Charter School Oversight

Sometimes perseverance pays off. Ron Sharp, the Republican state senator from Shawnee, has endured...

 

Tecumseh Centralized Enrollment Today, 8 AM To 7 PM

Tecumseh Public Schools’ centralized enrollment day and health fair is TODAY —  Thursday, July...

 

Installation of New Automatic Meters Will Begin Soon

The City of Shawnee will soon begin installation of an automatic meter reading (AMR) system. The...

 

Horn Favors Regional Approach To Minimum Wage

My earliest memories of spending time with my dad were in our family grocery store. From the time...

 

Shawnee Police Reorganize

The Shawnee Police Department recently underwent a reorganization to help make the community safer,...

 

Voters Urged To Respond To Address Notices

This past spring, more than 181,000 Address Confirmation Notices were mailed to certain Oklahoma vot...

 

Cool Water Waiting For You Downtown

It’s hot! Have some cold water.  United Presbyterian Church of Shawnee is once again offering...

 

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