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Distinguished Goldbugs honored during Alva High School Homecoming Week

The Alva Goldbug Education Foundation will honor the 2017 Distinguished Goldbugs during Alva High School's football homecoming Sept. 15–16. This year's honorees include Judge Joe Heaton, Michael Balenti, Jennifer Brandenburg Leu, Richard Ryerson,...

 

Delicious homemade pies and more at the Woods County Fair Kitchen

Delicious homemade pies and cinnamon rolls, grilled hamburgers and hot dogs, and daily specials “just like Grandma used to make” await everyone who will be visiting the 2017 Woods County Free Fair. Again this year, thick, juicy hamburgers will...

 

New junior division in the Death by Chocolate competition

The Woods County OSU Extension Office is excited to announce a new junior division in the Death by Chocolate competition at the Woods County Free Fair. Any youth under the age of 18 may enter for a chance to win cash prizes for the top three...

 

Traffic stop results in drug charges

A traffic stop in Waynoka resulted in a drug arrest for a man from Kiowa, Kansas. Matthew Wade Loewenstein, 32, of Kiowa, Kansas, has been charged with misdemeanors of possession of controlled dangerous substance and unlawful possession of drug parap...

 

Open class foods for the Woods County Free Fair

The open class foods division has a variety of items to enter in the Woods County Free Fair running Sept. 7, 8 and 9. Jellies; preserves; jams; fruit butters; chili sauce or catsup; picante sauce; cinnamon rolls and breads; and sweet, sliced crispy...

 

Suspect fails to elude law enforcement

An Alva man is facing three misdemeanor charges after officers were called to a domestic disturbance on Green Meadows near Alva on Aug. 28 about 4:50 p.m. Someone reported a man and woman were arguing in the front yard, but when the woman tried to le...

 

Officer witnesses collision

An Alva police officer witnessed a collision on Oklahoma Boulevard on Aug. 12. The wreck occurred at 2 a.m. at the intersection with Meno. According to the report by K9 Officer John Caviness, a 1982 Yamaha motorcycle driven by Austin McKinley, 17,...

 

Woods County Free Fair has entertainment for all ages

There are so many things to see and do at the Woods County Free Fair to be held at the Woods County Fairgrounds on Sept. 7–9. Activities scheduled will be fun for the entire family. The Death by Chocolate contest will be decided by a panel of...

 

Young exhibitors needed for the 2017 Woods County Free Fair

If you’re old enough to hold a pencil, a paint brush, or bake a batch of cookies or candies, you’re old enough to participate in the Woods County Free Fair on Sept. 7–9 at the Woods County Fairgrounds. Fair exhibit classes are open in Cultural...

 

Chisholm Trail symposium to be held in September at Northwestern-Enid

Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s Department of Social Sciences and the Northwestern Institute for Citizenship Studies announce the upcoming Chisholm Trail Symposium that will be held on Friday, Sept. 15, at the Northwestern-Enid campus....

 

Northwestern Foundation & Alumni Association annual meeting set for Sept. 19

The Northwestern Oklahoma State University Foundation & Alumni Association will hold its annual meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 19, at 4 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Student Center Ballroom on Northwestern’s Alva campus. The public is invited to...

 

Northwestern Homecoming button sales begin Sept. 6; homecoming set for Sept. 30

Take advantage of approximately 30 local merchants’ discounts and a chance to win $500 in Alva Chamber Bucks by purchasing a 2017 Northwestern Oklahoma State University homecoming button. The buttons designed for the 2017 Homecoming (“Come Back,...

 

The Coffee House Philosopher

Where our mother’s wrath over our misbehavior was concerned, it was totally a different matter from the way Dad dealt with it. She would not give warnings, but would merely state in matter of fact terms that we had earned a spanking, and that we...

 

A busy start to September

My good friend and birthday sharer (Aug 2) Sarita Simon retired from the courthouse. Her retirement party was Thursday. Senile Jim forgot to go, so have a great time doing nothing (Ha Ha Ha), and...

 

Woods County Communications phone log

Friday, August 25, 2017 10:04 p.m. Reporting party (RP) advised a man yelling at Ninth Street and Locust or Maple. Saturday, August 26, 2017 10:45 p.m. RP advised of barking dogs. Sunday, August 27, 2017 12:35 a.m. RP advised of loud music at Logan...

 

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 1266 page 543: Franklin D. Simpson, Trustee of the Franklin Simpson Revocable Trust, unto State of Oklahoma. A strip, piece or parcel of land lying in park of the SE1/4 of section 2, township 24 north, range 16 west IM,...

 

Woods County Sheriff's Office phone log

Thursday, August 24, 2017 3:25 p.m. Lady called about fingerprinting. 3:40 p.m. Lady called about fingerprinting. Friday, August 25, 2017 12:10 a.m. Dispatch called to notify Waynoka Police Department was en route. Saturday, August 26, 2017 None....

 

Ben Eastes selected as Campus Kudos winner for summer 2017

Benjamyn (Ben) Eastes, admissions counselor and recruiter for the Office of Recruitment at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, has been selected by the staff council as the recipient of the 2017...

 

Yard of the Month

The Alva Garden Council, consisting of the Tulip Garden Club and the Petunia Garden Club, is excited to announce that the Steve and Cheryl Knox home has been selected as the Yard of the Month. Their...

 

Artists keep Native American culture alive

One keeps the old traditions alive while the other documents the continuation of Native American culture today. Husband and wife George and Heather Levi of Mustang are immersed in their culture and...

 

Autopsies reveal a march of infant deaths tied to unsafe sleeping

In October of last year, a 2-month-old infant from Kiowa County died after co-sleeping with her parents. Her mother woke up to find her father's arm partially obscuring her face, according to an...

 

Rangers go undefeated in first day of OPSU Tournament

Game 1 The Northwestern Oklahoma State volleyball team kicked off their 2017 season in dominating fashion, completing the sweep of the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma 3-0 in the first game of the OPSU Tournament in Goodwell. The Rangers...

 

Offense sputters in 3-0 loss to Rogers State

CLAREMORE, Okla. – Northwestern Oklahoma State kicked off the 2017 campaign on the road as they headed to Claremore to take on Rogers State Thursday evening. The Hillcats fired 19 shots at the Ranger goal, handing Northwestern their first loss of t...

 

Cross country kicks off season in Edmond at UCO Land Run

EDMOND, Okla. — The Women's cross country team began the 2017 campaign under new head coach Jill Lancaster at the UCO land run. The ladies competed in a 5k race and came away with a 12th overall finish. Kayla Gourley a junior from Wichita, Kansas...

 

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