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Alfalfa County real estate transactions

Real Estate Transfers Book 862 page 28: Francis Loren Miller, as successor trustee of the Miller Family Trust, conveys unto Kathy Baird: southwest quarter of Section 27, Township 27N, Range 9, WIM, Alfalfa County, Oklahoma. Warranty deed. Book 862...

 

Alfalfa County Sheriff's Office logs

Tuesday, November 10, 2020 During this day were three traffic stops. 12:11 p.m. – Woods County called for mutual aid with a fire on County Road (CR) 460 and Oklahoma Highway 45. 1:40 p.m. – Caller advised of someone driving way too fast through...

 

Divorce

Mark Eugene Lambert vs. Karen Marie Lambert: Marriage dissolution/divorce....

 

Barber County court filings

Civil Filings Reverse Mortgage Solutions Inc. vs. Twyla Ratlief: mortgage foreclosure. Limited Civil Midland Credit Management Inc. vs. Rudy Perez: debt collection. Domestic Relations Sonya Bush vs. Alan W. Maher: non-divorce visitation, custody,...

 

Barber County real estate transactions

Real Estate Transfers Book 145 page 420: Troy W. Wells and Brenda S. Wells, husband and wife, convey unto Patricia McLemore: Lots 2 and 4 on the south side of Lincoln Avenue in Friedley’s Revised Addition to the City of Medicine Lodge. Quit claim...

 

School board candidate filing set to begin Monday, Dec. 7

Candidates for the boards of education in nine Alfalfa County school districts will file their declarations of candidacy beginning at 8 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 7, and continuing Tuesday, Dec. 8 and Wednesday, Dec. 9, Alfalfa County Election Board Secret...

 

Quick work for Alfalfa County commissioners

Commissioners in Alfalfa County didn't have much to tackle on their agenda this week. Jay Hague, Stan Tucker, and Marvin Woodall did their usual routine of signing off on last week's minutes, maintenance and operation warrants for payment, and...

 

Oklahoma sees record number of virus hospitalizations

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The number of people hospitalized with the coronavirus in Oklahoma surged to a new high on Tuesday, a day after Gov. Kevin Stitt announced new restrictions on bars and restaurants and required masks to be worn in state building...

 

Kiowa's water rates to increase next three to five years to pay for improved system\

It's nothing new or unexpected that the City of Kiowa, Kansas will increase their water rates in increments over time. It's necessary to make payments on the approximate $8 million waterline replacement project that is about to begin. At a special...

 

Covid-19 survivors tell how they were affected

A call Tuesday to the Barber County (Kansas) Health Department to get the latest number of Covid-19 cases found that three of four employees there have been sick with the virus. Tuesday, Marilyn Vierthaler at the health department said that since...

 

Area prisons have increasing numbers of Covid cases

Prisons are again added to the number of active cases of Covid in area communities. On Tuesday, the Oklahoma Department of Corrections listed 67 active cases at Bill Johnson Correctional Center in Alva and 87 testing positive at James Crabtree...

 

New addition moving forward, three provider contracts approved at KDH Board meeting

There's lots of noise and activity going on at the Kiowa District Hospital. That's as building of the new wellness and therapy addition on the south end of the hospital is ongoing. Kiowa District...

 

Nursing homes see record number of new Covid cases

• Nearly 50% of new cases in nursing homes from Midwest states WASHINGTON, D.C. – The number of weekly new Covid cases in nursing homes in the U.S. hit a record high this month, and the cause is...

 

Tomberlin wins Patriot's Pen essay contest, presents at South Barber Veterans Day program

South Barber eighth-grader Cody Tomberlin won the VFW Patriot's Pen contest from among the 12 members of his class. Retired English teacher Melva Armbruster judged the entries. He stood at the podium...

 

CHRISTOPHER EDWARD THOMAS

Christopher Edward Thomas, the son of Donald and Karen (Hart) Thomas, was born on July 9, 1974, in Alva, Oklahoma. As a man of adventure, he passed away on November 14, 2020, at the age of 46 while...

 

As football playoffs continue, basketball gears up

With high school football playoffs underway, basketball season is on the horizon. Alva Middle School has already begun play, and Alva High School begins basketball on Dec. 1 with home games against Chisholm. Special protocols will be in place for...

 

Sen. Pederson sworn in for second term

State Sen. Roland Pederson was officially sworn in for his second four-year term in the Oklahoma State Senate on Monday. The Burlington Republican represents communities in Alfalfa, Garfield, Grant...

 

CINDY ADELE COHLMIA

Cindy Adele Cohlmia, daughter of the late Sam and Margurite Lorice (Razook) Cohlmia, was born June 11, 1952, in Waynoka, Oklahoma, and passed away November 8, 2020, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, at the...

 

DANIEL SCOTT COUNTRYMAN

On Tuesday, November 10, 2020, Daniel Countryman went to his heavenly home. He was born on October 24, 1959, in Eureka, Kansas, to Garry and Pat Countryman. Daniel had many friends, and he did not know a stranger. He had spent many years with the...

 

VICKIE L. McDONALD

Vickie L. McDonald, 67, of Medicine Lodge, Kansas, died Tuesday, November 10, 2020. She was born on June 19, 1953, in Hardtner, Kansas, the daughter of Norman Long and Doris (Griem) Long. On...

 

Stitt hires Chesapeake accountant for new CFO position

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Gov. Kevin Stitt announced Tuesday the hiring of Amanda Rodriguez, a longtime accountant for Chesapeake Energy, for the new role of chief financial officer for the state of Oklahoma. Stitt said in a press release Rodriguez...

 

Oklahoma sees record number of virus hospitalizations

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The number of people hospitalized with the coronavirus in Oklahoma surged to a new high on Tuesday, a day after Gov. Kevin Stitt announced new restrictions on bars and restaurants and required masks to be worn in state building...

 

Top freshmen forge their own paths in picking schools

Many of the nation's brightest prospects in the most recent recruiting class didn't necessarily select the most obvious schools. Kentucky, Duke and Kansas have landed many of the notable one-and-done performers over the last decade. But according to...

 

Coronavirus hits Kansas hospitals harder, sidelines staff

MISSION, Kan. (AP) — Kansas health officials on Tuesday urged communities to take stronger action as more hospital rooms are devoted to caring for coronavirus patients and hundreds of doctors, nurses and other workers are quarantined, leading some...

 

Wichita State coach Marshall resigns after misconduct probe

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall resigned Tuesday following an investigation into allegations of verbal and physical abuse, ending a tenure that soared to the Final Four and crashed on the eve of the upcoming season....

 

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