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Alfalfa County real estate transactions

Real Estate Transfers Book 888 page 145: Whitney Rae Cotton conveys unto N&S Properties LLC. Lots 1–5 and lots 19–24, block 67, second filing to the Town of Carmen, Alfalfa County, Oklahoma. Warranty deed, Book 888 page 217: Robert D. Hutcheson,...

 

Alfalfa County court filings

According to the affidavits and petitions on file, the following individuals have been charged. An individual is innocent of any charges listed below until proven guilty in a court of law. All information is a matter of public record and may be obtai...

 

Alfalfa County Sheriff logs

Tuesday, January 17, 2023 During this day were two traffic stops. 1:18 p.m. – Medic needed in the 200 block of Murray Drive for male possibly having a stroke. 3:03 p.m. – Caller advised a round hay bale had been stolen from his field at Cotton Ro...

 

Burlington Superintendent talks reduction in costs for construction of new gym/cafeteria

Burlington Schools Superintendent Brent Rousey and the board are determined to get the cost of their building project for a new gym/family fitness center and cafeteria reduced from even the lowest bid that was submitted. That bid was from Lambert...

 

Correction

Last week's story about the Oklahoma Highway Patrol Cadet Lawman Academy contained an error regarding the academy's location. We incorrectly stated that the 49th Cadet Lawman Academy for high school juniors was to be held in Burns Flat. The correct...

 

Patient Appreciation

District 1 Mobile Wellness Unit celebrates patient appreciation in Woods County The Oklahoma State Department of Health District 1 Mobile Wellness Unit (MWU) offers public health services across northwest Oklahoma. In celebration of National Patient...

 

Rauch chosen as Aline-Cleo December Student of the Month

Peyton Rauch, senior, has been chosen as the Aline-Cleo December Student of the Month. Her school philosophy is, "Remember to always bring a pencil to class." School uniqueness is, "The community...

 

Woods County Excise Board discusses new laws affecting county taxes

Two of the three members of the Woods County Excise Board recently attended a meeting in Cherokee about changes in laws affecting county taxes. Joe Shirley and Chris Olson talked at length about what they learned, filling in the third board member... Full story

 

DR. TROY LEE SMITH

Funeral services for Dr. Troy Smith will be 10:30 a.m. Friday, January 27, 2023, at the First United Methodist Church with Pastor Katie Hill officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of...

 

BERTHA HILLYER BURTON TERRILL

A private memorial service for Bertha Hillyer Burton Terrill will be held at a later date, as her wishes were to be cremated. Bertha was born to Alison L. Hillyer and Orah Lee (Parks) Hillyer on February 14, 1935, in Neelyville, Missouri. She passed...

 

JEWELL LAVON (WHITEHEAD) JAMES

Jewell Lavon (Whitehead) James was born August 16, 1936, to Arthur Whitehead and Elsie (Glenn) Whitehead in rural Capron, Oklahoma, and passed away on January 19, 2023, in her home at the age of 86. She attended Driftwood Public School through the ei...

 

RONALD LLOYD DOMNICK

Ronald Lloyd Domnick was born January 24, 1942, in Hardtner, Kansas. He was the second of five children of Floyd Domnick and Doris Fritz Domnick. Ronnie or Domnick as all who knew him fondly called hi...

 

Arkansas officers charged in violent arrest caught on video

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Two former Arkansas law enforcement officers are charged with civil rights violations in the violent arrest of a man outside a convenience store that was caught on video and widely shared on social media, the Justice...

 

Oklahoma appeals court agrees to slow pace of executions

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma's Court of Criminal Appeals on Tuesday agreed to slow the pace of the state's upcoming executions at the request of the new attorney general, spacing them at least 60 days apart. The court issued an order setting...

 

Oklahoma State hires Bryan Nardo as defensive coordinator

STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — Oklahoma State announced Tuesday it has hired Bryan Nardo as defensive coordinator. Nardo was defensive coordinator at Division II Gannon University this past season. In his only season at the school in Erie, Pennsylvania,...

 

Kansas governor to outline agenda for skeptical lawmakers

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly is preparing to outline what she is likely to call a middle-of-the-road agenda for a Republican-controlled Kansas Legislature that already expects to ditch much of what she'll propose in favor of...

 

Guardians manager Francona's scooter stolen in Cleveland

CLEVELAND (AP) — Guardians manager Terry Francona's beloved ride has been stolen. The scooter that Francona rides from his downtown Cleveland apartment to Progressive Field on game days was swiped over the weekend. Francona's scooter was parked...

 

After US offer, Germany unleashes Leopard tanks for Ukraine

BERLIN (AP) — After weeks of hesitation that saw growing impatience among Germany's allies, Chancellor Olaf Scholz announced Wednesday that his government would provide Ukraine with Leopard 2 battle tanks and approve requests by other countries to...

 

The AP Interview takeaways: Pope decries expanding gun use

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis lamented that the use of guns by civilians to defend themselves is becoming a "habit." In an exclusive interview on Tuesday with The Associated Press, the pontiff, who has frequently criticized the arms industry,...

 

'Happening way too often': Report delves into mass attacks

WASHINGTON (AP) — As the nation reels from a week of high-profile shootings, a new report on mass attacks calls for communities to intervene early when they see warning signs of violence, encourages businesses to consider workplace violence...

 

Microsoft reports outage for Teams, Outlook, other services

LONDON (AP) — Microsoft said it's investigating problems with its online services including its Teams messaging platform and Outlook email system after users around the world reported outages Wednesday. In a status update, the tech company...

 

The AP Interview: Pope Francis: Homosexuality not a crime

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis criticized laws that criminalize homosexuality as "unjust," saying God loves all his children just as they are and called on Catholic bishops who support the laws to welcome LGBTQ people into the church. "Being...

 

Elon Musk defiantly defends himself in Tesla tweet trial

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Elon Musk returned to federal court to defend himself against a class-action lawsuit that alleges he misled Tesla shareholders with a tweet about an aborted buyout that the billionaire defiantly insisted Tuesday he could have...

 

Gason, Texas women rout No. 14 Oklahoma 78-58

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — DeYona Gaston scored 19 poi nts and Texas routed No. 14 Oklahoma 78-58 on Wednesday night as the Sooners went 1-for-17 shooting in the third quarter and missed 17 straight shots in the second half. Taylor Jones scored 16...

 

Member of Congress reads AI-generated speech on House floor

BOSTON (AP) — When U.S. Rep. Jake Auchincloss decided to deliver a speech on a bill that would create a U.S.-Israel artificial intelligence center, he opted to let the AI do the talking. The brief two-paragragh speech read by the Massachusetts...

 

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