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Phone records lead officers to escapee

A young man from Alva had a few days of freedom after he escaped from custody during an arrest attempt. Despite hiding out and buying a “burner” phone, he wasn’t able to elude law enforcement for long. Nine days later, he was in custody with...

 

Northwestern Concludes Road Swing against Nationally Ranked Opponent Mid-America Christian University

The Basics Score: Northwestern 35 – Arkansas Tech 81 Records: NW (0-4, 0-2 GAC) - ATU (2-1, 1-1 GAC) Location: Tucker Coliseum– Russellville, Ark. RUSSELLVILLE , Ark. - Northwestern Oklahoma State Women's Basketball was defeated 81-35 by...

 

Waynoka man arrested for auto theft

A Waynoka man is accused of stealing a vehicle, colliding with a parked vehicle and then leaving the scene, all without a valid driver’s license. Dylan M. Knierim, 24, of Waynoka has been charged with a felony of unauthorized use of a vehicle....

 

Oklahoma Board of Corrections approves FY '18 budget request, legislative priorities

HELENA – Thursday, at the monthly Oklahoma Board of Corrections meeting, board members approved a $1.648 billion budget request and a list of legislative priorities for the upcoming legislative session that begins in February 2017. The agency’s...

 

Oklahoma DOC director speaks at GED graduation

Eighty-five inmate graduates filed in to the Bill Johnson Correctional Center (BJCC) Chapel in the afternoon of Friday, Nov. 18, to the music of pomp and circumstance for a GED graduation ceremony...

 

Oklahoma prison population projected to grow as much as 25 percent, costing nearly $2 billion

The Oklahoma Justice Reform Task Force, established by Gov. Mary Fallin to conduct a comprehensive review of the criminal justice system, recently concluded that the Oklahoma prison population will grow by more than 7,500 people over the next 10 year...

 

Inmate charged with assaulting another inmate

An inmate in the Woods County Jail apparently had a problem with another inmate’s crime. According to court documents, on Tuesday, Nov. 15, about 2:30 p.m. Wayne Myers was booked into the Woods County Jail. He was escorted up to his cell, which...

 

Man wanted in Texas charged with meth possession

A man wanted by Texas authorities was arrested in Alva last Sunday. He’s now facing a drug possession charge in Woods County District Court. According to court documents, on Sunday, Nov. 13, about...

 

Woods County Fair results

3280 Record Books A01—1st MaKale Hamil, 2nd Domnik Link, 3rd Sarah Wipple A02—1st Davin Budy, 2nd Cheyenne Davidson, 3rd Bo Stewart A03—1st Jaydan Coffman, 2nd Kate Leeper, 3rd Jarin Shirley, 4th Sierra Davidson A04—1st Tara Owen, 2nd Tamlyn...

 

Woods County Fair results

5090 Fruit H000—3rd Amy Erikson H001, H002—1st Karen Sneary H003—1st Karen Sneary, 2nd Joanne Prewett, 3rd Melissa Schwerdtfeger H004—1st Karen Sneary H010—1st Charla Turner, Karen Sneary, Joanne Prewett H011—1st Charla Turner H013—1st...

 

More than 20 Northwestern students volunteered to give back to community for Rake and Run event

Northwestern Oklahoma State University students volunteered their time to be a part of the second annual Rake and Run event sponsored by the Offices of Student Housing and Service Learning and Civic...

 

Christie Riley shares journey to receiving doctorate

Earning a degree at any level is a process, and Northwestern Oklahoma State University's Christie Riley has experienced a journey of her own while earning her doctorate. Riley, director of teacher...

 

Women's Basketball Drops Game at Arkansas-Monticello

MONTICELLO, ARK. – The East Central University women's basketball team fell to Arkansas-Monticello, 57-64, in Great American Conference action. The Tigers (1-3, 0-2 GAC) were led by senior Whitney Stotler, who tallied 22 of the teams 57 points....

 

OBU Successful in Jenks

JENKS – Oklahoma Baptist came away with a full slate of wins swimming in the Jenks Invitational Saturday. "All in all, we swam pretty well," said OBU Coach Sam Freas. "I was pleased with our times." Tamlyn Price won the 50 freestyle in 24.32 and...

 

OBU Stumbles in Arkadelphia

ARKADELPHIA, Ark. – Kevin Franceschi scored 23 points and Steven Green added a double-double for Oklahoma Baptist in its 80-71 loss at Henderson State Saturday. Franceschi hit 10 of 20 field goals and made all three free throws while Green...

 

Henderson State Stops Lady Bison

ARKADELPHIA, Ark. – Oklahoma Baptist dipped to 0-4 with an 89-73 loss at Henderson State Saturday. Tasha Edge had a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds and Cameerah Graves led the team with 19 points and four assists to go with eight...

 

Lady Bison Fall in Colorado

LAKEWOOD, Colo. – Oklahoma Baptist dropped the round-robin finale Friday, 3-0, to host Colorado Christian in the NCCAA Regional Tournament. The Lady Bison await a possible at-large berth to the NCCAA Tournament. Rachel Richie led OBU with seven...

 

Lady Bison Rally for Regional Crown

LAKEWOOD, Colo. – Jennifer Goethe scored on a penalty to complete a come-from-behind Oklahoma Baptist win, 2-1, over Colorado Christian in the championship game of the NCCAA Central Region Tournament. Alyssa Regalado scored her eighth goal of the...

 

Storm Wins Second-Straight GAC Contest

MAGNOLIA, Ark. – Olivia Potter triggered a big third-quarter surge as Southeastern pulled away in the second half for a 77-61 victory over Southern Arkansas on Saturday afternoon in Magnolia, Ark. The win lifts the Savage Storm to 3-1 to open the...

 

Shooting Woes Costly in Storm Loss

MAGNOLIA, Ark. – A slow start and a rough shooting outing proved costly for Southeastern as they dropped a 67-49 decision on Saturday afternoon against Southern Arkansas in Magnolia, Ark. The loss is the third in-a-row and drops the Savage Storm...

 

SE Postseason Run Ends in Title Game

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. – Southeastern saw its stunning postseason run come to a premature end on Saturday afternoon in a 3-0 loss to southern Nazarene in the Great American Conference Tournament title game in Hot Springs, Ark. With the loss the Savage...

 

Volleyball Run Continues to GAC Final

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. – Southeastern will play for the first conference championship in program history after downing Southwestern Oklahoma State on Friday night in the semifinals of the Great American Conference Tournament, earning a berth in the fina...

 

Southern Nazarene picks up its first GAC win on the road

ARKADELPHIA, Ark. — Three players scored in double figures in Southern Nazarene's first Great American Conference win of the season in a 61-58 victory at Ouachita Saturday afternoon. LB Willis, Noah Starkey and C.J. White combined for 43 points...

 

Southern Nazarene wins schools first Great American Conference Championships

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. — Southern Nazarene has shed quite a few tears on the two Saturdays it has been able to play at the Great American Conference Championships inside the Bank of Ozarks Arena. Two years ago, the Crimson Storm shed many tears of what...

 

Southern Nazarene drops a 72-66 game to Ouachita

ARKADELPHIA, Ark. — Abby Boyd scored 18 points for Southern Nazarene, but SNU shot just 42.6 percent in a 72-66 loss at Ouachita Saturday afternoon. The Crimson Storm (0-2, 0-2 GAC) went 26-for-61 from the field and 9-for-25 from 3-point range....

 

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