Articles from the June 6, 2018 edition

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  • Barber County court filings

    Jun 6, 2018

    Criminal Filings Perry Allen Sciara Jr. has been charged with giving a worthless check; value less than $1,000. Russell D. Waller has been charged with unknown statute. Oren Leon Howland has been charged with criminal threat; causing terror, evacuation or disruption; criminal restraint; endangering a child; domestic battery; knowing rude physical contact with family member. Limited Civil Capital One Bank vs. Linda Dixon: debt collection. Galt Ventures vs. Robert Wilson: debt collection. Capital One Bank vs. Walinda Arnett: other contract....

  • Barber County real estate transactions

    Jun 6, 2018

    Real Estate Transfers Book 143 page 333: John D. Kimball, a single person, conveys unto John D. Kimball Trust: the southeast quarter of section 17, township 31 south, range 13 west, and the southwest quarter and the south half of the northwest quarter of section 16, township 31 south, range 13 west of 6th P.M., Barber County, Kansas. Warranty deed. Book 143 page 334: Danny L. Swafford, a single person, conveys unto Danny J. Stewart: 026 Hazelton Original City, block 66, lots 5 through 9, lots 10 through 12. Warranty deed. Book 143 page 335:...

  • Alfalfa County Marriage Filings

    Jun 6, 2018

    Marriage License Filings Elias Taylor Stonehocker, Cherokee, and Wendi Elizabeth Corr, Cherokee: marriage license ($50)....

  • Alfalfa County Divorce Filings

    Jun 6, 2018

    Divorce Filings Terry Lynn Schwerdtfeger and Barbara Ann Schwerdtfeger: divorce ($262.14). Small Claims Filings...

  • Afalfa County court filings

    Jun 6, 2018

    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 obtained by anyone during regular hours at the Alfalfa County Courthouse. The Alva Review-Courier will not intentionally alter or delete any of this information. If it appears in the courthouse public records, it will appear in this newspaper. Felony Filings Benesha Necole Brown, Midwest City, 35, has...

  • Alfalfa County real estate transactions

    Jun 6, 2018

    Real Estate Transfers Book 828 page 342: Billy Joe Thomasy and Karan P. Thomasy, husband and wife, and Thomasy Electric LLC, grantees, convey unto Thomasy Electric LLC, grantee: lot 3 and N/2 of lot 4, block 2, Gilmore Addition to the City of Cherokee, Alfalfa County, Oklahoma. Quitclaim deed. Book 828 page 344: Billy Joe Thomasy and Karan P. Thomasy, husband and wife, and Billy Joe Thomasy and Karan P. Thomasy, co-trustees of Billy Joe Thomasy and Karan P. Thomasy Revocable Living Trust, grantees, convey unto Billy Joe Thomasy and Karan P. Tho...

  • Barber County Sheriff's Office log

    Jun 6, 2018

    May 21, 2018 Medicine Lodge ambulance transported patient from south Oak to Medicine Lodge Memorial Hospital. Medicine Lodge ambulance transported patient from Medicine Lodge Memorial Hospital to the helipad. Tammy LaCore, Sharon, hit a deer on Tri City Road, 5 miles south of Sharon. Unknown damage, no injuries, investigated by Deputy Miller. Deputy Miller investigated stolen property on southeast Redford Road. Deputy Paasch responded to report of scam phone calls. Deputy Paasch served a warrant. May 23, 2018 Barber County Sheriff's Office...

  • 119 women airplane racers coming to Alva June 19

    Jun 6, 2018

    The Air Race Classic (ARC), the all-women cross-country airplane race, will be coming to Alva on Tuesday, June 19. Fifty-five airplanes will execute high-speed flybys over a timing line at Alva Regional Airport as teams race the clock on their way from Sweetwater, Texas, to Fryeburg, Maine. This year's course covers 2,656 miles. The 119 racers have four days to complete the course, which will start in Sweetwater at 8 a.m. June 19 and end in Fryeburg at 5 p.m. June 22. After flying the timing line, racers may land to fuel up and eat, then will...

  • Helena Rescue to get wildland apparatus

    Brian Thomas|Jun 6, 2018

    The Alfalfa County Board of Commissioners held a regular meeting Tuesday, May 29. All commissioners were present, as well as Nancy Lambert, Rick Dietz, Don Frech, Everett Grace, Jon Nichols, Shana Smallwood-Buchanan and Laneta Unruh. After the call to order, Lambert gave the invocation, then the flag was saluted. The commissioners approved the minutes from the previous meeting, then departed from the agenda to read bids for the new wildfire brush fire apparatus for Helena Rescue. There was only one bid. After consulting the volunteer firefighte...

  • Alfalfa County Commissioners talk about upcoming election

    Stacy Sanborn|Jun 6, 2018

    The commissioners of Alfalfa County met Monday for their regularly scheduled meeting with all three elected officials present. Nancy Lambert gave the invocation when the meeting was called to order and afterwards, the group saluted the flag. No items on the current agenda were to be discussed by the public, and the commissioners moved on to approve the minutes from the previously held meeting. M & O warrants for payment were reviewed and ultimately approved as well as the blanket purchase orders and appropriations. Being one of 14 counties...

  • Alva School Board temporary budget set at $18,702,967

    Lynn L. Martin|Jun 6, 2018

    The Alva Board of Education approved a temporary appropriation of 90 percent of last year's budget at their meeting Monday night for the 2018-19 school year. The figure of $18,702,967 includes the general, building, child nutrition and senior achievement funds. Later in the year, the state excise board and the Woods County Excise Board will more precisely estimate the funds available for all budgets. Assistant Superintendent Tim Argo said that using 90 percent of last year's budget for an...

  • Act I Play

    Jun 6, 2018

  • Cherokee School temporary appropriations for next year $9,176,494.09

    Lynn L. Martin|Jun 6, 2018

    Like most of the surrounding school districts, the Cherokee school board elected to establish a temporary budget to start school using 90 percent of last year's numbers. The temporary figures will be modified by the excise boards later in the fall. The general fund is $7,508,065, building fund $229,670, child nutrition fund $142,175, building bond fund #31 $837,844.83, gift fund #81 $30,495.53, and sinking fund #41 $428,243.73. The end-of-May balances for the different funds were: general fund...

  • Arnold-Rebarchik announce engagement

    Jun 6, 2018

    Mr. and Mrs. John Arnold of Bloomington, Indiana, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rebarchik of Alva, Oklahoma, are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of Hannah Rose Arnold to Zachery Dale Rebarchik. The wedding will be July 14, 2018, at Grace Baptist Temple in Bloomington, Indiana. A local reception will be held August 11, 2018, at Bible Baptist Church in Alva, following his sister's wedding....

  • Rebarchik-Ealey announce engagement

    Jun 6, 2018

    Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rebarchik of Alva, Oklahoma, and Ms. Tammie Lowe of Decatur, Illinois, are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming wedding of Miranda (Mandy) Lynn Rebarchik and Jordan Michael Ealey. The wedding will be at 2 p.m. on Aug. 11, 2018, at Bible Baptist Church, 4th and Choctaw, Alva, with a reception to follow the wedding....

  • Burlington School Board hires kindergarten teacher and basketball coach/teacher

    Yvonne Miller|Jun 6, 2018

    Burlington School Board President Terry Graham called a special meeting of the board together on May 30. Members present were: Allison Armbruster, Robert Hill and T.J. Rockenbach. Aaron Smith was absent. Others present included: Superintendent Dr. Stacey Croft; Principal Lane Pruett and Tamre McGinnis, minutes clerk. After an approximately 50-minute executive session, at the recommendation of the superintendent, the board approved hiring Teresa Sims as the kindergarten teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. Sims has reportedly been teaching at...

  • Harvest just getting started at first of this week in Newsgram reading area

    Yvonne Miller|Jun 6, 2018

    A call to a few area elevator operators Tuesday found the 2018 wheat harvest is barely underway in the Newsgram reading area. No one is excited about harvest this year because of the drought conditions, late freeze, in some cases hail and other detrimental factors. Ronnie Truelock, general manager of the Farmer's Cooperative in Alva, said of the 2018 wheat crop in this area, “It's going to be below to way below, I'm afraid.” He said the harvested number of acres is way down. He said the worst of the wheat has already been baled into hay, gra...

  • Freedom summer events

    Jun 6, 2018

    Freedom swimming lessons for ages 5 years old and older will be June 11–15. Participants will meet at the school at 8:15 a.m. each morning and then travel to Waynoka. Please bring a packed lunch, towel and sunscreen. Forms must be filled out to go. Freedom Art Camp will be held July 23, 24 and 25 from 9 a.m. to noon at Freedom Public School. Participants must be 5 years of age or older. Art teacher is Ms. Immell and the cost is free for this event....

  • Woman charged with DUI, child endangerment

    Marione Martin|Jun 6, 2018

    An Enid woman visiting the Great Salt Plains State Park has been charged with two felonies in Alfalfa County. According to court documents, on Saturday, May 26, at 10:25 p.m. Park Ranger Ryan Webster stopped a vehicle after seeing it run a stop sign and cross the centerline of Highway 38 three times. The driver of the vehicle was Crystal Ashley Deroin with her daughter, age 11, as a front seat passenger. Webster noted he immediately smelled the odor of alcoholic beverages when talking to the driver. Webster recognized Deroin from a 911 call an...

  • FFA members help ranchers affected by the wildfires

    Jun 6, 2018

    On May 22 and 23, Waynoka FFA members along with three other chapters traveled to Dewey County to help replace fences that had been destroyed by the recent wildfires. Multiple donations of fencing supplies had been given to the FFA chapters to take along and use in this project. Along with Waynoka, FFA members from Howe, Wilburton and Bokoshe came to help. They came with materials, equipment, welders, and were ready to work. They helped multiple farmers and ranchers in Dewey County. These FFA...

  • Twist and Shout

    Jun 6, 2018

  • First Load of Wheat for Wheeler Brothers

    Jun 6, 2018

  • Waynoka School Board prepares for the 2018-2019 school year

    Stacy Sanborn|Jun 6, 2018

    Waynoka Public School’s Board of Education held its regular monthly meeting on Monday night with a relatively long agenda of items to be discussed. All board members were present along with Superintendent Scott Cline and Lori Adair, superintendent secretary/encumbrance clerk. Adair also serves as the payroll and insurance clerk. The group reviewed the consent agenda, comprised of minutes of last month’s meeting along with documents highlighting the school’s financials. Superintendent’s Report The principal was not present to give a report,...

  • Woods County oilfield activity may be on the rise

    Lynn L. Martin|Jun 6, 2018

    Oilfield activity seems to be picking up in Woods County. Requests for waterline road crossing permits near Capron were submitted by Select Energy. D & B Oilfield Services asked for a frac waterline crossing permit near Greenvalley Church. Four permits were requested by Fairway Resources near County Road 480 to cross under the road with steel pipe. Alfalfa Electric Cooperative's request for an overhead electric line permit near Jefferson Road was approved. Permit Approvals D1 10-27-13 4-27-13 Select Energy Water No fee D1 10-27-13 4-27-13...

  • Imagine if you will

    Bev Saunders|Jun 6, 2018

    You are at a very close and secluded campground in eastern Oklahoma near Tenkiller Lake on Memorial Day weekend. Campers, boats, recreation vehicles and lots of happy people are gathering for a fun and relaxing weekend. It’s Friday evening. Then suddenly you hear the word “Fire” and you realize the fire is in a camper next to you. No one is inside and there are flames shooting out the top. Your heart sinks … what now? Instantly, here come two Alva firemen who are camping at the lake – Merrick Norton and Aaron Groves. They quickly run a water h...

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