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Articles from the September 11, 2022 edition

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Woods County real estate transactions

Real Estate Transfers Book 1334 page 1089: Maren Wicker conveys unto Jillian D. Burton. Lot 7, block 3, City of Alva, College Hill Subdivision. Warranty deed. Book 1335 page 15: Thomas Long conveys unto Wyatt Vanorsdol. Section 25, township 27N,...

 

Long live the King, the Queen is gone

Queen Elizabeth II has passed away. She had been queen for 70 years and is replaced by Prince Charles. It was said he would change his name to something else. That could be a plan for King Joe and...

 

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...

 

CoffeeTime

By seven in the morning, we are usually out for our daily walk. One day we were about halfway through our route, walking on the sidewalk of a lovely tree-lined neighborhood. As we approached the next...

 

JONNA MARLYN HINES

Funeral services for Jonna Marlyn Hines will be 10:00 a.m. Monday, September 12, 2022, at the Marshall Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Paul Kirk officiating. Interment will be in the Capron Cemetery...

 

JAMES HENRY KASSIK

James Henry Kassik, 68, passed away Monday, September 5, 2022. He was born September 16, 1953, to James and Joan (Frieze) Kassik in Newton, Kansas. Jim was a loving husband, father, proud grandfather...

 

Northwestern Constitution Day at Vinson Hall Sept. 22

Constitution Day at Northwestern Oklahoma State University is Thursday, Sept. 22, at noon in the Vinson Hall Alabaster Room. Admission is free and open to all. The program, sponsored by the Social Sciences Department and the Northwestern Institute...

 

OBI blood drive looking for 80 donors Sept. 13-14

Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s Alva campus is partnering with the Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) to hold a blood drive from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 13-14, in the Student Center Ranger Room. The blood donor goal...

 

Menus for week of Sept. 12–16

The high school menu offers a “Grab and Go” option for students. Breakfast Menu for Alva Public Schools Monday—Cinnamon toast, sausage patty or cereal and toast, applesauce, juice, milk (Grab and Go – Pop Tarts) Tuesday—Breakfast burrito...

 

Oklahoma appellate court next for Osage Nation case

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Questions over whether the Osage Nation reservation in northern Oklahoma still exists will next be answered by the state's Court of Criminal Appeals. Osage County District Judge Stuart Tate ruled last week in a criminal case...

 

Charles III proclaimed king at tradition-steeped ceremony

LONDON (AP) — Two days after his mother's death elevated him to the throne, King Charles III was officially proclaimed Britain's monarch Saturday in a pomp-filled ceremony steeped in ancient tradition and political symbolism — and, for the first...

 

Black preacher arrested while watering flowers sues police

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — A Black pastor who was arrested by white police officers while watering the flowers of a neighbor who was out of town filed a federal lawsuit alleging the ordeal violated his constitutional rights and caused lingering...

 

Manchin's big energy deal draws pushback from many Dems

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats desperately needed the vote of Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia to get their signature legislative priority across the finish. So they did what Washington does best: They cut a deal. To help land his support for a bill...

 

Russia announces troop pullback from Ukraine's Kharkiv area

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia's Defense Ministry announced Saturday that it's pulling back troops from two areas in Ukraine's eastern Kharkiv region where a Ukrainian counteroffensive has made significant advances in the past week. The news came afte...

 

Rangers have three qualify for medals at the Aggie Duels

LAWTON, Okla. – The Ranger men's cross country team traveled to Lawton for their second meet of the fall competing in the Aggie Duels at Big Green Soccer Complex. Northwestern placed second in the meet with two Top 10 finishers and six in the Top...

 

Ranger women's cross country place fifth at Aggie Duels

LAWTON, Okla. – Northwestern Oklahoma State Women's Cross Country competed in the Aggie Duels hosted by Cameron University at Big Green Soccer Complex. The Rangers had five runners place in the top 50 of the meet helping the Red-and-Black to a fift...

 

Ranger Volleyball sweeps Christian Brothers to split Union Tournament doubleheader

NORTH NEWTON, Kan. – Northwestern Oklahoma State's volleyball team traveled to Jackson, Tennessee to compete in the Union University tournament. Due to a team dropping out, Northwestern played two games on Friday only. The team swept Christian...

 

Ranger Soccer falls in mid-week non-conference game

Wichita Falls, Texas – The Ranger soccer team traveled to Wichita Falls, Texas, to face Midwestern State for their fifth non-conference game of the season. The Rangers played their second away game of the season Thursday afternoon. The Mustangs...

 

Goldbugs lose to Fairview 60-28

Coming off the high of last week's win over Purcell, the Alva Goldbugs faced off against a tough non-district rival, the Fairview Yellowjackets. The Jackets are highly ranked in Class A and came into... Full story

 

Alva City Council learns about problems with failing remote meter reading equipment

The City of Alva is facing a water meter dilemma. The system for reading water meters remotely is failing at a rapid pace, and it isn't even paid off yet. The Alva City Council met in a special... Full story

 

Dead Oklahoma inmate was suing over 'Baby Shark' claim

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An Oklahoma County inmate found dead in his jail cell over the weekend was a plaintiff in a lawsuit against the county alleging that in 2019, he and other inmates were tortured by jail employees who forced them to repeatedly li...

 

EXPLAINER: 'Morning after pill' not always option after rape

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Some leaders in states with strict bans on abortion say exceptions for rape or incest victims aren't needed because emergency contraceptives can be used instead. But medical professionals and advocates for rape survivors say...

 

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