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Alfalfa County commissioners approve burn ban

The Alfalfa County Board of Commissioners met Monday morning for its regular meeting, in which they approved a county-wide burn ban, among other topics. All commissioners were present, as well as Laneta Unruh, Nancy Lambert, Stephanie Lambert, Kyle...

 

Waynoka School Board approves new members to Cooperative Board

The Waynoka Public School Board of Education met Monday night at its regular time of 7:30 p.m. All board members were present for the meeting. The main topic on the agenda was the decision to approve or not to approve four new members to the...

 

Alfalfa County commissioners approve additional surplus and disposal

LThe Alfalfa County commissioners met the morning of Nov. 27 for its regular meeting. Stan Tucker, Jay Hague, Nancy Lambert, Laneta Unruh, Kyle Spade and Stephanie Lambert were in attendance. Toby Walker was absent. The meeting began with the call...

 

Alfalfa County commissioners approve surplus and disposal

The Alfalfa County commissioners met the morning of Nov. 21 for their regular meeting. Stan Tucker, Jay Hague, Toby Walker, Nancy Lambert, Shana Smallwood-Buchanan, Stephanie Lambert and Kyle Spade were in attendance. The meeting began with the call...

 

Alfalfa County commissioners approve moving repeater

The Alfalfa County Board of Commissioners had a jam-packed agenda for its Monday morning meeting. Board members Toby Walker, Jay Hague and Stan Tucker were present for the meeting. Walker called the meeting to order, then Nancy Lambert led the group...

 

Waynoka School Board reports above-average ACT scores

The Waynoka School Board of Education reported in its Monday night meeting that the students' scores detailed in the ACT College Readiness Letter it received are all above the state average. Board members attending the meeting were Clint Olson,...

 

Alfalfa County commissioners approve security updates

The Alfalfa County Commissioners Board has now approved new updates for the Alfalfa County Courthouse and Jail. The update, which was approved at the Oct. 30 morning meeting, will provide new cameras to the courthouse and reconfigure the existing...

 

Alfalfa County commissioners cautioned to conserve appropriations

The Alfalfa County Commissioners Board met Monday morning for its weekly meeting. In attendance were Tobey Walker, Stan Tucker, Jay Hague, Lanetah Unruh, Nancy Lambert, representatives from the Alva and Cherokee papers, and several other guests....

 

Alfalfa County commissioners discuss security updates

The Alfalfa County commissioners met briefly Monday morning to discuss security system updates to the Alfalfa County Courthouse, a legal matter and several routine items. Board members present at the meeting were Tobey Walker, Stan Tucker and Jay...

 

Alfalfa County commissioners accept election printing bid

In its Tuesday morning meeting, the Alfalfa County Board of Commissioners started its meeting off by opening 12-month election bids. There were only two letters received: one from the Mid-West Printing Company and the other from Tulsa County. Tulsa...

 

Cherokee School Board approves election resolution

The Cherokee Public School Board met Monday night for an agenda-packed meeting to discuss an election resolution and other general items. In attendance was Jeff White, Kory Littlefield and Amber Wilhite. The board started the meeting off by opening...

 

Alfalfa County commissioners approve equipment for Helena Rescue

The Alfalfa County commissioners met Monday, Oct. 2, for a jam-packed meeting to discuss bids for a new cascade system and SCBA units for Helena Rescue, among other generalitems. Board members present were Jay Hague, Stan Tucker and Toby Walker. The...

 

Waynoka School Board approves board election

The Waynoka School Board met Monday, Oct. 2, for a relatively short meeting in which they approved the annual board election for the 2017-2018 school year. Two seats are opening up for election: Seat 3 and Seat 5. Seat 3 is a five-year term, and...

 

Alfalfa County E-911 Board begins to take shape

The Alfalfa County commissioners' meeting on Sept. 18 included several guests, including Kolby Arnold and Colton Castle, representatives from the E-911 program. All Alfalfa County commissioners were present. Arnold attended the previous meeting to...

 

Alfalfa County employee's 2018 health premiums approved

The Alfalfa County commissioners met Monday, Sept. 11, for their regular meeting, along with several guests, who came to discuss important topics with the board. Notably, Kolby Arnold, representing E-911, and T.J. Rochenbach from the sheriff’s...

 

Cherokee School teachers make improvement efforts

The Cherokee School Board met the night of Monday, Sept. 11, for a short, regular meeting regarding the employment of one individual and one company, as well as the special effort of teachers in the school system to make classrooms and learning...

 

Waynoka Schools approve LED lighting

The Waynoka Public School Board met Tuesday, Sept. 5, at 7:30 p.m. to discuss new hires and policy changes. Board members present were Andy Ferguson, Travis George, Garret Gum, Clint Olson and Rick George. The board first approved the consent...

 

Bradford and Perot compete to be Waynoka mayor

Two candidates will vie for the position of Waynoka mayor during the Sept. 12 mayoral election. City council member Susan Bradford has been acting as interim mayor since the resignation of the...

 

Cruise & Car Show venue approved

The BancCentral-sponsored Cruise & Car Show is now approved for its usual venue, the downtown area of Alva. Joe Phillips, co-director of the event, attended the Woods County commissioners meeting held Monday, Aug. 14, to speak to the board about the...

 

Summer lunch program extends through July

Local kids have benefitted from the Gulp and Gallop summer lunch program these past years, sponsored by the Woods County Coalition for Healthy Living. The program, which ended June 22, provides free food (from the Regional Food Bank) and entertainmen...

 

Cherokee school board adds student handbook policies

The Cherokee Board of Education met for its regular meeting on the night of July 10 to discuss the upcoming bond election, new semester testing policies, and changes to the student handbook, among other items. Board members in attendence were Amber...

 

Election board rents Professional Building space

The Woods County commissioners met for a regular meeting on July 10 at 10 a.m. Chairman Randy McMurphy, David Hamil, John Smiley, Grant Gibson and Stephanie Lambert were in attendance. Roll call was taken and the minutes of the last regular meeting...

 

Knight wraps up 22 years of postal service

Waynoka Postmaster Al Knight will soon be enjoying a lot more free time, as he has just retired from the Waynoka Post Office on June 30, where they kept him busy right up until the last minute. Knight, a resident of the area since the 90s, was born...

 

Waynoka school board has productive meeting

The Waynoka school board met on June 29 for a productive, jam-packed meeting that involved several changes to staff and policies. In attendance were Lori Adair, Scott Cline, Stephanie Lambert, Garret Gum, Andy Ferguson, Travis George and Clint...

 

Phillips chosen for state task force

Alva is a great place to live. The thing that makes Alva so special to so many is the people who inhabit this small town. The school system's motto, "a symbol of excellence," doesn't stop at the...

 

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