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Freedom birthdays

Happy Birthday To Sept. 27: Vanessa Nailon Sept. 28: Donna Smith, Matt Bilyeu, Arlee Hope Reed Sept. 29: Zandi Rankin, Judy Smith Oct. 1: Zachary Craig, Christina Fisher Oct. 2: Nichole Costello, Chris Harris Oct. 3: Tera Darr, Jaden Lloyd Oct. 4:...

 

Freedom anniversaries

Happy Anniversary To Oct. 11: Mr. & Mrs. Rod Bradt Oct. 13: Mr. & Mrs. Kenny Smith, Mr. & Mrs. David West Oct. 20: Mr. & Mrs. Ty Ferguson (Note: Send corrections, additions to: [email protected] or call 800-305-2111)...

 

Freedom United Methodist Church news

On Sunday, Sept. 23, the order of services at the Freedom United Methodist Church was: Prelude by Janell Reutlinger Announcements: Bible Study will start on Wednesday, Oct. 17, at 6:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. We will be studying “Moses” by...

 

'Anti-Social' to be performed Sept. 28-29 in Herod Hall

Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s Fine Arts Department has been preparing since August for the production “Anti-Social,” a collection of seven short comedic plays. Now the public can witness their work Sept. 28 at 7 p.m. and Sept. 29 at...

 

Company approves lease of Waynoka incubator sit

The Woods County Industrial Development Authority (WCIDA) received good news Wednesday. A lease agreement has been approved for the Waynoka business incubator building. The building has been empty...

 

Firearms simulation training equipment installed at NWTC, Alva campus

Last week, firearms simulation training equipment was installed at Northwest Technology Center's Alva campus. Area law enforcement officers and NWTC staff who will be teaching classes using the new eq... Full story

 

Women's Cross Country: ECU's Mora Earns Second-Straight GAC Runner of the Week Honors

RUSSELLVILLE, ARK. – For the second-straight week, East Central University women's cross country redshirt junior Anna Mora has been named the Great American Conference Women's Cross Country Runner of the Week. Mora was the first runner to cross...

 

Men's Cross Country: ECU's Filer Earns Second-Straight GAC Runner of the Week Honors

RUSSELLVILLE, ARK. – For the second-straight week, East Central University men's cross country senior Larry Filer has been named the Great American Conference Men's Cross Country Runner of the Week. Filer was the top finisher for the Tigers and...

 

Soccer: King, Lady Bison Sting SNU

SHAWNEE – Ruth King punished Southern Nazarene with four goals in Oklahoma Baptist's 5-0 win over the Crimson Storm in the women's soccer rivalry matchup Tuesday. King had a hat trick in the 15th minute of the contest and added the final score of...

 

Men's Golf: Southeastern's James Earns Second GAC Weekly Honor

DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern's Zach James has picked up a second Great American Conference Men's Golfer of the Week this season following his performance in winning the MSSU Men's Fall Invitational at Shangri-La CC in Monkey Island, Okla. James...

 

Volleyball: SNU Volleyball Closes Home Stand with Win Over Newman

BETHANY - A thunderous attack all evening long propelled the Southern Nazarene volleyball team to their third straight win as they swept past Newman, 25-21, 25-13, 25-20, on Tuesday evening at The Sawyer Center. SNU closes their home stand by going...

 

Allie Weiner named GAC Women's Golfer of the Week

RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – Coming off a career performance at the WNMU Fall Intercollegiate, sophomore Allie Weiner has been named the Great American Conference Women's Golfer of the Week, the league office announced Wednesday. Weiner, a sophomore from...

 

Volleyball: Powers, Smith lead Muleriders to 3-1 victory on the road at Hendrix

CONWAY, Ark. – Junior outside hitter Seven Powers produced a season-high 15 kills and sophomore middle hitter Lauren Smith delivered the first double-double of her career with 11 kills and ten digs to lead Southern Arkansas to a 3-1 road win over...

 

Municipal worker electrocuted in southwestern Oklahoma

MANGUM, Okla. (AP) — Authorities in southwestern Oklahoma say a municipal worker in Mangum has been electrocuted after coming in contact with a high-voltage power line. Mangum City Manager Dave Andren said Wednesday that 28-year-old Charlie...

 

Immigration officers arrest 98 in Texas, Oklahoma operation

DALLAS (AP) — Federal officers have arrested 98 people in a Texas and Oklahoma immigration enforcement sweep that authorities say could lead to dozens of deportations. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Wednesday announced officers made...

 

Oklahoma D glad to be moving on from Army's triple option

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — Oklahoma defensive coordinator Mike Stoops was a bit uneasy at his weekly media availability. He noticed how close the reporters were, joking the "vultures were circling." It's easy to see why he feels that way. The Sooners gav...

 

PSO seeks $88 million electricity rate increase in Oklahoma

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Oklahoma's second largest electricity provider says it's seeking an $88 million rate increase to upgrade aging infrastructure and become more efficient. Public Service Company of Oklahoma asked the Oklahoma Corporation...

 

Woman buried in Oklahoma City backyard died of strangulation

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Authorities say a 31-year-old Oklahoma City woman whose body was found buried in her boyfriend's yard in June had been strangled. The state medical examiner said Wednesday that Jacalyn Elizabeth Russell had ligature marks on...

 

Murder charge refiled against Tulsa woman in 2011 slaying

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — A first-degree murder charge has been refiled against a Tulsa woman who was previously found incompetent to stand trial. Court records show prosecutors refiled the charge Tuesday against 27-year-old Michelle Millikin in the...

 

Ethics officials fine Wagle $100 for Kobach endorsement

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas Senate President Susan Wagle's endorsement of Republican Kris Kobach before the August primary election in the governor's race will cost $100 because one of her employees distributed the endorsement using government...

 

Kansas GOP hopeful acknowledges business claim is inaccurate

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Republican candidate in a hotly contested Kansas congressional race acknowledged Wednesday that claims he made on the campaign trail about starting and expanding a small business in the Middle East are not accurate. Steve...

 

Retrial of woman charged with killing 2 in Topeka delayed

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The second trial of a woman charged with killing her ex-husband and his fiancée in 2002 has been delayed until Jan. 29. The Topeka Capital-Journal reports 58-year-old Dana Chandler's trial was scheduled to begin Monday....

 

Man pleads guilty in heroin ring linking Kansas and Mexico

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) — A 45-year-old man involved in a heroin distribution network that allegedly connected an Overland Park couple to Mexican drug cartels has pleaded guilty. Julian Felix-Aguirre pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiracy to...

 

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