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Menus for the week of Nov. 26–30

Breakfast Menu for Alva Public Schools Monday – Super chocolate donut, pineapple, juice, milk Tuesday – Pancakes, maple syrup, sausage patty, pears, juice, milk Wednesday – Chicken biscuit, peaches, juice, milk Thursday – Whole grain...

 

Household Executives OHCE group discuss volunteering

Household Executives OHCE group met in the Fireside Room of the Cherokee Strip Museum with hostess Carolyn Gasaway and Evelyn Kramp, co-hostess. The lesson was given by Eleanor Ring. The meeting was called to order by President Carolyn Gasaway with...

 

Pay utility bills at the Professional Building

Beginning Monday, Nov. 26, residents will find the Alva City Office across the street in the Professional Building. So if you have a utility bill to pay or other business with the city, look for the office in Suite I. The temporary relocation was req... Full story

 

October a profitable month for Alva medical facilities

During their Nov. 20 meeting, Alva Hospital Authority members learned Share Hospital, Share Convalescent and The Homestead all showed net operating profits during October. Oklahoma medical marijuana laws were discussed at a meeting with SSM... Full story

 

Another Thanksgiving in the memory bank

I hope you had a great holiday. A couple of people told me about great meals they got locally from different groups. Thanks to all who prepared and furnished meals. You are surely a blessing to the co...

 
 By Eric Scott    Sports    November 25, 2018

Brown ties career high in Lady Ranger loss to Minot State, 91-74

HONOLULU, Hawaii – A second-quarter run by Minot State was too much for the Northwestern Oklahoma State University women’s basketball team as the Lady Rangers fell to the Beavers in the first of two games at the Oahu Thanksgiving Classic, 91-74....

 

Woods County Communications phone log

Friday, November 16, 2018 2:12 a.m. Report of red Chevy pickup in the middle of Love’s parking lot. 4:30 a.m. Report of cow out south of Hopeton. 5:39 a.m. Report of loose cattle. 10:57 a.m. Report of missing keys. 12:17 p.m. Report of reckless...

 

Woods County court filings

Civil Filings Monty Lohmann vs. Michael and Hannah Arndt, Alva; Money judgment for amount $10,000 or less ($229.14). Discover Bank vs. Robert N. Burney, Alva; Money judgment – breach of contract for amount over $10,001. Paternity Proceedings Renae...

 

Woods County Sheriff's Office phone log

Thursday, November 15, 2018 8:30 a.m. Man called to check in with sheriff’s office. 9:20 a.m. Woman called for inmate information. Friday, November 16, 2018 3:00 a.m. Woman called for inmate information. Sunday, November 18, 2018 12:00 p.m....

 

One dead, two injured in Major County wreck

A Helena man died and two people from Missouri were critically injured in a collision in Major County Friday. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says James F. Drawbridge, 56, of Helena, was pronounced dead at the scene from head, trunk internal, trunk... Full story

 
 By Eric Scott    Sports    November 25, 2018

King drops 22, Brown records double-double in win at Chaminade, 82-77

HONOLULU, Hawaii – A big first-quarter advantage the Northwestern Oklahoma State University women’s basketball team created against Chaminade on Friday was all the Lady Rangers needed as they knocked off the home team 82-77 in Honolulu, Hawaii.... Full story

 

ECU Women's Basketball Claims 58-52 Victory Over Northern State

EMPORIA, KAN. – The East Central University women's basketball team used a strong second quarter to claim a 58-52 victory over Northern State, in the first game of the Emporia State Thanksgiving Classic. Scoring 1st Quarter: 16-14 The Tigers (2-1)...

 

Late Drought Sinks ECU Men's Basketball at Pittsburg State

PITTSBURG, KAN. – After holding the lead for half of the game, a late drought handed the East Central University men's basketball team a 92-84 loss at Pittsburg State in non-conference action. Scoring First Half: 47-41 The teams traded the lead...

 

Men's Basketball: SE Downs TAMIU at Thanksgiving Classic

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Kevin Buckingham dropped 23 points in his season debut as Southeastern picked up a 68-61 win over Texas A&M-International on Friday afternoon at the St. Mary's Thanksgiving Classic. The win lifts the Savage Storm to 2-0 overall...

 
 By James Hill    Sports    November 25, 2018

Men's Basketball: No. 5 SNU Finds a Way in Win Over Midwestern State

FORT SMITH, Ark. - Despite Midwestern State shooting 62% in the second half, the fifth-ranked Southern Nazarene men's basketball team forced 11 Mustang turnovers and held off MSU for a 77-72 win on Friday evening at the Stubblefield Center on the...

 

Men's Basketball: Hillcats Pull Away for 81-69 Win to Start Puerto Rico Trip

TRUJILLO ALTO, Puerto Rico – The Rogers State men's basketball team shot 68 percent in the second half to pull away for a 81-69 win over Sacred Heart (P.R.) in the first game of the Hillcats' two-game Puerto Rico trip on Friday night. The Hillcats...

 

Men's Basketball: Tigers Survive Late Run by Lions

FORT SMITH, Ark. – The Ouachita Tiger men's basketball team survived a 21-12 run over the final four minutes of play to escape Fort Smith with a 77-72 victory over the University of Arkansas Fort Smith on Friday evening. Five Tigers scored in doubl...

 

Brooklyn native to present artist talk, monotype workshop

Brooklyn, New York, native Madeleine Bialke is this month’s Artist-in-Residence with the Visual Arts Program at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. Bialke will have a free artist talk and...

 

Rural students put off by perceived weaknesses of college

CRAWFORDVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Shelby Joiner's brother dropped out of Wakulla High School after his sophomore year and enrolled at a welding academy. Then he ended up at the top of his class. "He tells me about it all the time," his little sister said....

 

South Dakota researcher shows benefits of regenerative ag

ARLINGTON, S.D. (AP) — Jesse Hall is sold on regenerative agriculture. "It crumbles, and it looks like chocolate cake," Hall said. "Once it's got the consistency of chocolate cake, and it's spongy, that's what you want." And it's got more life in...

 

Hunting season lures strip clubs, trafficking to small towns

DALLAS, S.D. (AP) — Merry Whitney thought she would make bank. Such is the life of a freelance exotic dancer. Word of a big earner ripples through your informal network. You hear of a good place to make some money, and you go. That's how Whitney...

 

State to pay communities to offset costs of wind projects

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The state will pay communities in southern Wyoming a little over $5 million to address the economic impact of two proposed wind energy projects. The Casper Star-Tribune reports the Industrial Siting Council approved wind...

 

French protesters angry over fuel taxes clash with police

PARIS (AP) — French police fired tear gas and water cannons to disperse violent demonstrators in Paris on Saturday, as thousands gathered in the capital and beyond and staged road blockades to vent anger against rising fuel taxes. Thousands of...

 

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