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 By Lynn L. Martin    Local    May 17, 2018

Alva Hospital Authority holds May meeting

Members of the Alva Hospital Authority had to wait a few minutes to accumulate a quorum Tuesday night. President Jason Gaisford was absent, as was Vice-President Darlene Sanderson. So board member...

 

Freedom anniversaries and birthdays

Happy Birthday To May 17: Bryan Kurz May 18: Albert Williams May 19: Roger Daughhetee, Andy Daughhetee, Garrett Bebermeyer May 20: Gary Gerloff May 21: B.J. Baker May 22: Reagan Eden, Holli Wares May 23: Johnnie Sue Olson May 24: Cody Watson, Talhia...

 

Freedom United Methodist Church news

On Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 13, the order of services at the Freedom United Methodist Church was: Prelude by Janell Reutlinger Invocation by Pastor Woody Hamon Call to Worship – The Prayer of Saint Francis recited in unison by the congregation...

 

Freedom School calendar

Thursday, May 17: Freedom Field Day Friday, May 18: Last day of school Friday, May 18: 9 a.m. Pre-K and Kindergarten Promotion and Awards Saturday, May 19: Baccalaureate Service 6 p.m. Saturday, May 19: High School and Eighth Grade...

 

Town of Freedom (NEW) Balance Sheet

Current Assets Checking/Savings General Fund – $699.55 General Fund Savings – $107,064.94 Ambulance Fund – $19,463.09 Fire Fund – $62,503.62 Grant Fund Savings – $37,670.35 Grant Fund – $24,495.62 RV Park – $53,199.36 Freedom Airport...

 

Town of Freedom expenditures

General Fund Pioneer Telephone (cell, fax, alarm, internet, phone) – $545.07 Alfalfa Electric Cooperative (streetlights, af/am, town) – $931.02 SPC (office supplies) – $164.51 Dacoma Co-op (fuel and supplies) – $296.67 Starr Lumber...

 
 By Lynn L. Martin    Local    May 17, 2018

Freedom Town Board discusses websites

An agenda entry entitled “Discussion on events and activities to be entered into the Oklahoma Magazine website” created a discussion surrounding such issues as “should the town be responsible...

 

Freedom school board talks awards, graduation, budget

The Freedom Public Schools will the hold elementary awards at 9 a.m. on Friday with high school awards to follow at 1 p.m. The baccalaureate service will be the next evening at 6 p.m., with graduation to follow at 7 p.m. Seniors will leave the next...

 
 By Katie Strehl    Local    May 17, 2018

Storm tracker Logan talks about safety at Freedom Schools

Marty Logan visited Freedom Schools and gave a slide presentation recently. He spoke about the dangers of storms and other events and how individuals can stay safe. Logan talked to third through...

 

Players: Arizona school officials did nothing to stop abuse

PHOENIX (AP) — Five football players at an Arizona high school claimed in a lawsuit Wednesday that coaches and administrators knew upperclassmen were physically and sexually abusing them in hazing rituals but did nothing to stop it or punish their...

 

Chicago teens take lead on gun violence at home, nationally

*CHICAGO (AP) — At his desk at North Lawndale College Prep High School, Gerald Smith keeps a small calendar that holds unimaginable grief. In its pages, the dean and student advocate writes the name of each student who's lost a family member, many...

 

The orgasm gap: Picking up where the sexual revolution left off

(The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) (THE CONVERSATION) At the core of the 1960s sexual revolution was “female sexual empowerment.” It fell short of this goal....

 

Police: New Mexico woman hid gun at elementary school

AZTEC, N.M. (AP) — A New Mexico woman is accused of hiding a handgun on the grounds of an elementary school. The Daily Times of Farmington, New Mexico, reports 25-year-old Brooke Showers was arrested in Aztec last week following an investigation...

 

EU chief lashes out at Trump amid new push to save Iran deal

SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP) — A top European Union official branded President Donald Trump selfish and capricious Wednesday as EU leaders met to count the likely economic damage U.S. policies might inflict on the bloc and to try to rescue the Iran...

 

Wichita State University announces $12M donation

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Wichita State University says a Wichita couple is donating $12 million, representing in the single largest cash gift to the school. The university said in a news release Wednesday that oil producer Wayne Woolsey and his wife,...

 

Canada says it will cover losses in bid to get pipeline done

TORONTO (AP) — Canada's federal government will cover financial losses a pipeline builder might suffer if British Colombia's provincial government continues to obstruct the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, the country's finance minister said...

 

US factory production rose a healthy 0.5 percent in April

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. factories cranked out more appliances, computers and aircraft last month, lifting manufacturing production for only the second time in five months. The Federal Reserve said Wednesday that factory output rose 0.5 percent in...

 

False starts, failures in diplomacy with North Korea

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — No, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un isn't killing his summit with President Donald Trump. Or at least, he's highly unlikely to. Pyongyang breaking off a high-level meeting with Seoul and threatening to scrap next month's...

 
 By ALI LINAN    Regional    May 17, 2018

NMSU's Garrey Carruthers reflects on time as chancellor

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) — It was instilled in Garrey Carruthers at a young age that education was the ticket out of poverty. Growing up on a small dairy farm in Aztec, Carruthers said he recalls milking cows, mowing hay and hauling the milk to the...

 

'If I could do it over' _ businesses learn from experiences

NEW YORK (AP) — April Oury started her physical therapy practice 14 years ago wanting to give all aspects of her business the same focus and attention to detail she gave patients — even when it came to choosing paint colors or an internet provide...

 

Yellowstone launches program to establish new bison herds

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Yellowstone National Park is launching a new program to capture and quarantine wild bison with the goal of establishing new, disease-free herds across the nation, park officials said Tuesday. The program aims to help the...

 

FDA approves 1st nonopioid drug to ease withdrawal symptoms

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Federal regulators on Wednesday approved the first nonopioid treatment to ease withdrawal from quitting addictive opioids. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration expedited approval of Lucemyra to help combat the U.S. opioid...

 

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