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Barber County real estate transactions

Real Estate Transfers Book 144 page 1: Mott Properties LLC, grantor, conveys unto Robyn L. Davis, grantee. The south 70 feet of lots 1 and 2 in block 47 in the City of Kiowa. Warranty deed. Book 144 page 2: Ernest L. Smith conveys unto Ernest L....

 

As US life expectancy falls, West Virginia offers lessons

MADISON, W.Va. (AP) — If you want to understand why U.S. life expectancy is declining, West Virginia is a good place to start. The state is a bellwether of bad health, portending major problems years before they became severe nationally. "It seems...

 

AP analysis: Unemployment, income affect life expectancy

NEW YORK (AP) — Even your lifespan can be local. Researchers have long said that health disparities are heavily influenced by where you live. New data from the National Center for Health Statistics show just how much your neighborhood can impact...

 

ECU Men's Basketball Wins Overtime Thriller against Northwestern

ADA – The East Central University men's basketball team picked up its fifth-straight home victory, with a 75-72 overtime victory over Northwestern Oklahoma State at the Kerr Activities Center. Scoring First Half: 38-39 ECU opened the game on a 9-0...

 

ECU Women's Basketball Picks Up First Home Win

ADA – The East Central University women's basketball team picked up its first victory in the Kerr Activities Center, with a 77-56 Great American Conference victory against Northwestern Oklahoma State. Scoring First Quarter: 22-15 Second Quarter: 16...

 

OBU's Turner Named Player of the Week

SHAWNEE – After leading OBU to a convincing win over Southwestern Oklahoma State in Weatherford this past week, Davion Turner has been named the Great American Conference Player of the Week. Turner, a senior from Dallas, Texas, averaged nearly a...

 

Cold Shooting Second Half Doom SE

DURANT, Okla. – A rough shooting second half spelled trouble for Southeastern as the Savage Storm dropped its Great American Conference fall finale to Henderson State 80-65 on Tuesday afternoon in Bloomer Sullivan Arena. The loss drops the Savage...

 

SE Drops Fall Finale to HSU

DURANT, Okla. – Katie Webb and Kamryn Cantwell each turned in 24-point performances and Southeastern put together a late rally but was unable to get the final shot to fall in a 94-92 loss on Tuesday afternoon in Bloomer Sullivan Arena. The loss...

 

No. 23 ranked Bronchos edge Storm 74-65

BETHANY, Okla. — After starting the season off 2-0 at home, Southern Nazarene suffered its first loss of the season inside the Sawyer Center on Tuesday afternoon as the No. 23 ranked Central Oklahoma Bronchos edged SNU 74-65. The Bronchos (10-1)...

 

Dominant Second Half Helps Henderson Roll Southeastern Oklahoma, 80-65

DURANT, Okla. — Henderson State turned in one of its best all-around performances of the year on Tuesday afternoon and used a dominant second half to roll past Great American Conference leader Southeastern Oklahoma State 80-65 at Bloomer Sullivan A...

 

Three-Point Barrage Lifts Reddies Over Southeastern Oklahoma, 94-92

DURANT, Okla. — Henderson State hit a season-high 14 3-pointers on Tuesday and put five players in double figures as the Reddies held on for a big road win over Southeastern Oklahoma State, 94-92. Henderson (8-2, 4-1) shot the ball exceptionally we...

 

Ouachita Drops One to Talladega in First Ever Meeting

ARKADELPHIA, Ark. - Ouachita Baptist (4-5) allowed Talladega College (12-3) to overcome a six point half time lead to win 65-61 in the winter exhibition. This was the first ever meeting between the two schools did not disappoint as both teams went...

 

Feds: Ex-zookeeper offered cash from tiger sales for hit

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Federal prosecutors are accusing an ex-Oklahoma zookeeper and former gubernatorial candidate of trying to pay an FBI agent posing as a hit man with money from selling tigers. Court documents filed Friday reveal details of what...

 

NFL could come calling for Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — Watch any NFL telecast that involves a struggling team, and Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley likely will be mentioned as a potential candidate for that coaching job. It makes sense. In just 18 months since replacing Bob Stoops, Ril...

 

Authorities probing inmate death at Oklahoma County jail

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Authorities say they are investigating a weekend inmate death at the Oklahoma County jail. The Oklahoma County sheriff's office says 24-year-old Sindi Lucille Spray died Sunday. Inmates had alerted guards that Spray was...

 

Oklahoma State University delays faculty pay raises

STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — Faculty and staff at Oklahoma State University will have to wait for their promised merit-based pay raises after low enrollment numbers resulted in a budget shortfall. University officials announced Monday that the school...

 

Oklahoman editor Kelly Dyer Fry named newspaper's publisher

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoman has a new publisher. The newspaper's owner, GateHouse Media, announced Tuesday that Kelly Dyer Fry is now publisher. She was The Oklahoman's editor and vice president of news and will continue in those roles. Fry...

 

Early projections show $612M surplus for Oklahoma in 2019

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Early projections from state finance officials show Oklahoma's newly elected governor and Republican-led Legislature will have a budget surplus of close to $612 million for the upcoming fiscal year. Preliminary figures from...

 

Ex-bank CEO sentenced to 4 years, $137 million restitution

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The former president and CEO of a shuttered Oklahoma bank has been sentenced to four years in a federal prison and ordered to pay more than $137 million in restitution for making false statements. Federal prosecutors say...

 

Man sentenced in conspiracy that included 27 robberies

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A 24-year-old Missouri man was sentenced to 25 years in prison without parole for participating in a conspiracy involving at least 27 armed robberies, which ended when police fatally shot one suspect. Deonte Collins-Abbott,...

 

Man sentenced for role in drug ring run out of barbershop

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — A 38-year-old man who was part of a drug ring that operated out of a barbershop has been sentenced to four years and four months in federal prison. Jason Bell, who pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute...

 

Kansas cuts fine against hog farmer for unapproved building

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas regulators have slashed a fine against a northwest Kansas swine operation for ignoring orders to halt the construction of unauthorized facilities capable of holdings tens of thousands of hogs. The Topeka Capital Journal...

 

Officials in Alfalfa County revisit telecom solution quote

It was over a month ago that commissioners in Alfalfa County met with a representative from Dobson Technologies to gather information on internet and telephone service in search of higher levels of functionality and performance for the courthouse....

 

Cherokee students busy with testing before Christmas break

A special board of education meeting was held last week in Cherokee and, aside from the executive session, only lasted about 13 minutes. Board members quickly approved routine reports and items like the fund encumbrances, purchase orders and warrants...

 

Voter registration deadline is Jan. 18

Friday, Jan. 18, 2019, is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the Feb. 12, 2019, special election for the Timberlake I-93 School District, Alfalfa County Election Board Secretary Kelly Stein said today....

 

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