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Grow and Share OHCE regular meeting

Grow and Share OHCE met for its regular monthly meeting at 6 p.m. on May 6 at the home of Janet Cunningham. The group met for a cookout on the back patio in celebration of OHCE Week. Jean Moore and Colleen Myers served as hostesses and Cheryl...

 

Menus for week of May 31–June 4

Menu for Woods County Senior Citizens Monday – Closed: Memorial Day. Tuesday – Chef salad, three bean salad, crackers, pineapple crisp (diabetic: pineapple crisp). Wednesday – Beef noodle casserole, Brussels sprouts, corn, garlic bread,...

 

Woods County Communication logs

Thursday, May 20, 2021 6:11 a.m. – Medic needed for a person with abdominal pain. 6:21 a.m. – Report of a theft in the 1300 block of College Boulevard. 8:18 a.m. – Report of a controlled burn on Beckham Road. 11:13 a.m. – Report of a...

 

Woods 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...

 

Woods County real estate transactions

Real Estate Transfers Book 1317 page 529: Chad L. Budy, Danielle F. Budy, Dwight and Kathie R. Wessels Revocable Trust. Section 5, township 24N, range 14W, N2NE4. Quit claim deed. Book 1317 page 531: Terry Budy and Jane Budy, unto Oklahoma...

 
 By Marione Martin    Local    May 30, 2021

No Covid-related expenses at Share Convalescent in April

Share Convalescent Home had no Covid-19 related expenses in April. The operating cash balance for April was $373,956 representing 36.2 days of operating expenses, excluding depreciation. Presenting the financial report to Alva Hospital Authority...

 
 By Marione Martin    Local    May 30, 2021

Woodward man charged with domestic abuse

A Woodward man is in custody after an Alva woman said he struck her about the head ten times and then chased her down the street because she returned to the house without beer. Court records show on Sunday, May 23, at 3:03 a.m., Alva Police Officer... Full story

 
 By Marione Martin    Local    May 30, 2021

Specialty clinics being held at Share Medical Center

Two specialty clinics were held at Share Medical Center in the past week. Michael Scott Jackson, MD, held an obstetrics/gynecology clinic on May 26, and Andrea Partida, DO, will be at Share for an OB/GYN clinic next Wednesday. Both are with Integris... Full story

 
 By Marione Martin    Local    May 30, 2021

Seiling woman charged in credit card theft

A warrant has been issued by Woods County for a young woman from Seiling for allegedly stealing a credit card number and using it to make charges totaling nearly $4,400. Sabrina Susan Shearmire, 18, of Seiling, has been charged with taking or...

 

REID A. HOLLAND

Reid A. Holland returned home to the Lord on May 25, 2021, after a valiant battle with leukemia. Holland was born in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and lived most of his childhood in Alva, Oklahoma. He was a graduate of Alva High School and Northwestern...

 

Coffeetime

Andy was only a green 20-year-old when he was called to his very first pastorate out in the Panhandle of Oklahoma. Located in a rural isolated community, this tiny church was accustomed to getting...

 

Murdock's Minutes

We’ve now concluded work on the budget and policy legislation, and wrapped up the 2021 session at the Capitol. One of my final measures to present was Senate Bill 270, which updates various state laws related to veterinary medicine in the state...

 
 By NWOSU Sports    Sports    May 30, 2021

The Ninth Annual OKC Ranger Shootout is rapidly approaching

ALVA, Oklahoma – The ninth annual OKC Ranger Shootout set for June 25-26, is quickly approaching. The annual tournament is to benefit Northwestern Oklahoma State University's baseball, men's basketball, football and the #47 Foundation. The OKC...

 
 By DEEPTI HAJELA    Regional    May 30, 2021

How Tulsa massacre spent most of last century unremembered

When the smoke cleared in June 1921, the toll from the massacre in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was catastrophic — scores of lives lost, homes and businesses burned to the ground, a thriving Black community gutted by a white mob. The nightmare cried out for... Full story

 
 By CLIFF BRUNT    Regional    May 30, 2021

100 years after Tulsa Race Massacre, Black mistrust remains

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — There's been undeniable progress in the relationship between the Tulsa police and the city's Black community in the past 100 years. Then again, it's hard to imagine it could have gotten worse. Complaints about police bias and a...

 

Oklahoma agencies barred from vaccination, mask mandates

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma state agencies are will be barred from requiring a mask or coronavirus vaccination as a condition of being allowed to enter a state building or office under an executive order signed by Gov. Kevin Stitt. "It is time...

 
 By JOHN HANNA    Regional    May 30, 2021

Plan would return Kansas Statehouse prayer room to 1st spot

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Republican legislators have hatched a plan for returning the Kansas Statehouse's meditation room to its original spot after Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly moved it to create more space for her staff. Senate President Ty Masterson,...

 

Kansas license suspension reforms stumble in Legislature

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas Supreme Court staff stepped in this spring to oppose legislation meant to address issues surrounding drivers license suspensions for unpaid traffic fines, an issue pushed by activists for racial justice and the poor natio...

 

Illegal piranha found in Louisiana State University lake

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — A piranha has been found in a lake at Louisiana State University, and fisheries agents are looking in case there are more, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries said Friday. The red piranha found earlier in the...

 
 By CLIFF BRUNT    Regional    May 30, 2021

Black fear of Tulsa police lingers 100 years after massacre

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — There's been undeniable progress in the relationship between the Tulsa police and the city's Black community in the past 100 years. Then again, it's hard to imagine it could have gotten worse. Complaints about police bias and a...

 

Texas GOP puts final touches on sweeping voting restrictions

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas Republicans dug in Saturday for a final weekend vote on some of the most restrictive new voting laws in the U.S., putting the last touches on a sweeping bill that would eliminate drive-thru voting, empower partisan poll...

 

More than 200 bodies found at Indigenous school in Canada

KAMLOOPS, British Columbia (AP) — The remains of 215 children, some as young as 3 years old, have been found buried on the site of what was once Canada's largest Indigenous residential school — one of the institutions that held children taken... Full story

 

Defense for some Capitol rioters: election misinformation

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Falsehoods about the election helped bring insurrectionists to the Capitol on Jan. 6, and now some who are facing criminal charges for their actions during the riot hope their gullibility might save them or at least...

 

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