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Liberal’s country star Jerrod Niemann coming to Elk City

Jerrod Niemann prepares to start another song during a special concert in Liberal back in 2015 with a few fellow musicians. Niemann will be having a concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 2 at the Elk City Pioneer Center in Elk City, Okla. L&T file photo/Robert PierceELLY GRIMM• Leader & Times

LIBERALFIRST.COM - 2018-05-25 00:00:00

Wyer played at state-caliber level

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CLINTON DAILY NEWS - 2018-05-24 05:00:00

CHS All-Class Reunion, Route 66 Festival on tap for weekend

7-11 p.m. — Free street concert in downtown Clinton by Edmond-based band, “The WaveTones.” The six-member band will perform popular dance music ranging from the 1950s to the present day. Food and beverage vendors will remain through the evening, and a limited number of tables and chairs will be set

CLINTON DAILY NEWS - 2018-05-25 05:00:00

Graduates’ scholarship awards top $1 million

Fifty-two Clinton High School Class of 2018 graduates received scholarships this year, and heading the list of recipients was Parker Williams with a total award amount of $218,969.

CLINTON DAILY NEWS - 2018-05-24 05:00:00

The Cordell Chamber of Commerce

The Cordell Chamber of Commerce Yard of the Week was awarded to Kevin and Michele Kauk, 110 West Quail Drive. They have been working very hard on their beautiful yard and it is showing the love.To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.http://etypeservices.com/Cordell%20BeaconID

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CHS Track Stars Medal At Meet Of Champions

Members of the Cordell Blue Devil track team competed at the Meet of Champions on Tuesday, May 15. The Meet of Champions is where any State Champion or Runner Up in any event automatically qualifies. It also consists of classes A through 6A, everyone competing against each other. Chris Chauncey and

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Route ’66 Festival schedule set

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USAO to host celebrated scholars for Oklahoma Civil War Symposium on June 25

Dr. James Finck, associate professor of history at USAO, will kick off the symposium, followed by Dr. Carol Sheriff, Pullen professor of history at The College of William and Mary at 4 p.m. Harold Holzer, director of the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College, will close out the d

CHICKASHA NEWS - 2018-05-24 20:52:00

Excise Board’s 2018 meeting more tranquil

In fact, they went so well that the board went ahead and approved most estimates of need from county officers without change. That was in sharp contrast to recent years when it usually took more than one meeting to approve the sheriff’s estimate, and it was especially different from 2017 when the di

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OU baseball: Rocky start dooms Sooners against Baylor

The Sooners’ two first-inning errors resulted in two unearned runs, and from there, Bradford left no doubt as to why he was selected Big 12 pitcher of the year. He scattered four hits and struck out 11 batters.

NORMAN TRANSCRIPT - 2018-05-23 21:41:57

Farm Bill fails in House

Washington, D.C. (May 18, 2018). Today, H.R. 2 Agriculture and Nutrition Act of 2018, or the 2018 Farm Bill, failed to garner the needed votes to pass out of the Hous. NAWG President and Sentinel, Oklahoma farmer Jimmie Musick made the following statement:

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2018 Arapaho-Butler valedictorians, salutatorians honored

Six Arapaho-Butler High School seniors in the Class of 2018 have been recognized for achieving the highest academic rankings among ...PLEASE LOG IN FOR PREMIUM CONTENT. Our website requires visitors tolog into view the best local news from Clinton Daily News. Not yet a subscriber?Subscribe today!Tha

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Everett Dobson Golf Tournament raises $40,000 for SWOSU student-athletes

Among the participants in the 3rd annual Everett Dobson Golf Tournament that raised $40,000 for the benefit of Southwestern Oklahoma State University student-athletes were (from left) Drew Litsch of Edmond, Jim Petree of Weatherford, SWOSU Golf Coach Brad Fleetwood and Everett Dobson of Edmond.PHOTO

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Need for golf maintenance building discussed in budget talks

During recent city budget discussions, Michael League, director of operations and golf course superintendent, said the maintenance building is "hobbling along" and floods when it rains.

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Going once, going twice: Oklahoma puts bison on surplus site

The bison are listed on the state surplus website alongside auctions for old televisions, furniture and a 10,000 gallon tank, among other items.

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Chauncey And Morley Win Beacon Booster Page Scholarships

At the Cordell High School Awards Assembly held on Wednesday, May 9, 2018, seniors Chris Chauncey and Morgan Morley received The Cordell Beacon Booster Page Scholarships.

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May Red Tornado Boy, Girl named

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Eco developercould be paid $100,000 yearly

The $500,000 would cover a five-year period and would be payable at the rate of $100,000 annually. It would be paid from the city’s Economic Development Fund, which had $1.5 million in it in January.

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Richard Lee Weitner - Death Notice

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Economic development plan on go

Russ Meacham, who served as spokesman for a 10-member group appointed by the City Council in January to find an economic development director, said the authority will be similar to the half dozen or so existing trust authorities the city already has to oversee specific functions. He said it will be

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