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Sagelyn Budy Pages for Rep. Newton

Sagelyn Budy, a senior at Waynoka High School, paged for Rep. Carl Newton, R-Cherokee, May 10-13 at the state Capitol. House pages run messages to legislators while they are in the chamber debating...

 
 By Marione Martin    Local    May 19, 2021

Cherokee man charged in threats against a woman

A Cherokee man is facing several charges involving his ex-wife and another woman. He has also filed a protective order against his ex-wife. The charges were filed on May 10 and May 14. Court records...

 

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...

 

Senate Review

After months of collaboration and discussion, Senate and House leadership have released the proposed Fiscal Year 2022 budget, which will begin on July 1. I’m thrilled this budget makes substantial investments in public education, to the tune of an...

 
 By Rep. Carl Newton    Local    May 19, 2021

Carl's Capitol Comments

Finally, I can talk about the state budget! An agreement was reached last week between House and Senate leaders and the governor to appropriate $8.3 billion for Fiscal Year 2022, which starts in July. Now we just have to get the various budget bills...

 
 By Rep. Carl Newton    Local    May 19, 2021

Carl's Capitol Comments

Finally, I can talk about the state budget! An agreement was reached last week between House and Senate leaders and the governor to appropriate $8.3 billion for Fiscal Year 2022, which starts in July. Now we just have to get the various budget bills...

 
 By Marione Martin    Local    May 19, 2021

Cherokee man charged in threats against a woman

A Cherokee man is facing several charges involving his ex-wife and another woman. He has also filed a protective order against his ex-wife. The charges were filed on May 10 and May 14. Court records...

 

MARJORY LOU HARRINGTON

Marjory Lou Harrington was born Marjory Lou Mitchell in Lincoln, Kansas, on November 18, 1929, the daughter of Dr. Charles Edward Mitchell and Alta Eleanor Crawford Mitchell. She passed from this life...

 

PAULINE (YOUNG) WENTWORTH STANLEY

Funeral services for Pauline Stanley will be 10 a.m. Thursday, May 20, 2021, at the Carmen Christian Church with Pastor Kirk Board officiating. Burial will follow in the Carmen City Cemetery under...

 
 By Marione Martin    Local    May 19, 2021

Air conditioner work underway at Woods County Courthouse

Work began Monday on air conditioning repairs at the Woods County Courthouse. One unit will be going on the roof while the others are at ground level. The Woods County commissioners present for...

 
 By Yvonne Miller    Local    May 19, 2021

Public comments question condition of the community building to Kiowa City Council

"Have you been in the community building?" Kiowa Chamber of Commerce co-presidents Janet Robison and Cindy Archuleta repeatedly asked Kiowa's City Council at their May 10 meeting. The women spoke...

 
 By Yvonne Miller    Local    May 19, 2021

Ten graduate from South Barber Class of 2021

South Barber Class of 2021 President and Valedictorian Nora Gugelmeyer told the audience at commencement, "If you take anything away from high school, I hope that it's the things you've learned ...

 
 By Marione Martin    Local    May 19, 2021

Remembering the country correspondents

Recently my brother Gene sent me an old photograph from the 1950s. He'd been looking through photo albums and thought I'd like this one. It was taken in the office of our family's weekly newspaper,...

 

LINDA BERNADETTE (ANNETT) MATHIEU

Linda Bernadette (Annett) Mathieu passed away on January 17, 2021, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She was born in Alva, Oklahoma, on September 1, 1950, to Joe Annett and Lorene Elizabeth (Bouziden) Annett. Memorial services will be held Saturday, May...

 

Landry Gaddy interns for Rep. Newton

Landry Gaddy, a junior at Northwestern Oklahoma State University in Alva, interned for Rep. Carl Newton, R-Cherokee, May 10-13 at the state Capitol. Landry, a political science and pre-law major,...

 

US jobless claims fall again as some states end federal aid

WASHINGTON (AP) — Fewer Americans sought unemployment aid last week — the latest encouraging sign for the rebounding U.S. economy — just as Republican-led states are moving to cut off a federal benefit for the jobless. Twenty-two states, from...

 

Israeli media: Cabinet approves cease-fire in Gaza

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office on Thursday announced a cease-fire to halt an 11-day military operation against Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip. A statement said his Security Cabinet unilaterally approved...

 

Violence tests Biden's pullback from Middle East hotspots

Surges in violence and scenes of civilian suffering are testing President Joe Biden's resolve to wrench America's foreign policy focus and troops away from the hotspots of the Middle East and Afghanistan, and giving ammunition to Biden's political...

 

US ends use of 2 immigration jails accused of mistreatment

WASHINGTON (AP) — A detention facility in Georgia where women claim they were subjected to unwanted medical procedures and a Massachusetts jail that has drawn complaints of inhumane conditions will no longer be used to detain immigrants, the Biden...

 

Tulsa cybersecurity attack similar to pipeline attack

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — A cybersecurity attack on the city of Tulsa's computer system was similar to an attack on the Colonial Pipeline and that the hacker is known, officials said Thursday. "I can't share anything other than we know who did it,"...

 

Panel says faith community must lead slavery reparations

The faith community should guide the way on reparations for America's history of slavery and racial discrimination and help the nation's process of reconciliation and healing, religious leaders said during a panel held to discuss the issue. U.S....

 

Stocks move higher on Wall Street after 3 days of losses

Stocks were moderately higher in afternoon trading Thursday, putting the market on pace to break a three-day losing streak. Investors were encouraged by the latest jobs data that showed fewer Americans filing for unemployment benefits, another sign...

 

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