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Career Corner: What is your biggest weakness?

Angela Copeland One of the favorite interview questions of hiring managers continues to be, "What is your biggest weakness?" This is a tough question all the way around. If you are too honest, you may eliminate yourself from consideration and not get the job at all. But, if you're not honest enough,

JOURNAL RECORD - 2017-11-21 18:39:27

Terry beats buzzer, boys stay perfect

SENTINEL - It took every second of Friday's 32 minutes against Sentinel, but the Arapaho-Butler girls' basketball team (1-3) claimed ... PLEASE LOG IN FOR PREMIUM CONTENT. Our website requires visitors to log in to view the best local news from Clinton Daily News. Not yet a subscriber? Subscribe tod

CLINTON DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-21 12:00:00

Christmas On The Square Will Be November 25

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Cordell, with decorations up at Lee Park, banners being installed on the light poles around the square, and businesses around town beginning to put out giftthemed merchandise. In keeping with a longstanding tradition, Cordell's Christmas On The Square w

CORDELLBEACON.COM - 2017-11-22 01:53:00

Council, Audience Disagree Over Hiring

An upset and visibly agitated Emily Weixel addressed the Cordell City Council (in their capacity as members of the Cordell Utilities Authority) at their meeting on Monday, November 20, 2017. Her remarks were a defense of City electric department supervisor Dustin Pool and came following the report o

CORDELLBEACON.COM - 2017-11-22 01:47:00

Embrace the holiday spirit of giving ...

Christmas is a time of joy for most people. However, for some it's a time for more struggles. Many families can't spend money on gifts and special dinners because they are just trying to keep food on the table and a roof over their heads. Those who are more fortunate can embrace the Christmas spirit

ENID NEWS & EAGLE - 2017-11-20 10:00:00

Propane tanker explodes into flames on I-40

CALUMET, Okla. - A collision on I-40 led to the explosion of a propane truck, wild fires and backed up traffic. At 4:40 p.m. Monday afternoon in the westbound lanes of I-40 just west of Calumet, a pickup truck slammed into a loaded propane tanker truck. It burst into flames, as it pulled to the side

KFOR - 2017-11-21 04:12:26

Propane truck fire blocking I-40 in Canadian County

A propane truck fire has blocked I-40 in Canadian County. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports that all lanes of the interstate are blocked at the Calumet Road exit west of El Reno due to a fire involving a propane truck. Drivers are urged to avoid the area if possible.

OKCFOX.COM - 2017-11-20 16:35:34

BG High School students met with religious radicals

Students and parents walking, driving or taking the bus home from Battle Ground High School last Wednesday were met by four sign-waving religious radicals trolling the sidewalks and two parking lot entrances along North Parkway Avenue on the east side of the campus. The black signs held by the unsp

THEREFLECTOR.COM - 2017-11-21 23:20:00

Gee Creek Plateau plan garners resident support

This is a map of the proposed Gee Creek Plateau sub-area plan. The plan had a public hearing Nov. 16 preceding an adoption vote at a subsequent council meeting, with the general consensus of the public being positive toward the proposed plan. Image from the city of Ridgefield If the crowd and testim

THEREFLECTOR.COM - 2017-11-21 23:18:00

Accused poacher worked as campground host for more than a year after first tip

On July 11, 2016, a U.S. Forest Service employee was contacted by a concerned citizen with a tip about an ongoing poaching operation occurring within the sprawling confines of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. The tipster said that the campground host at Takhlakh Lake, Eddy Dills, was using his p

THEREFLECTOR.COM - 2017-11-21 23:13:00

Be a Santa to someone in need this Christmas

For the past 10 years, Sue Sutton has helped play Santa to a busy group of elves at Christmastime. As a member of Battle Ground Community United Methodist Church, she has coordinated a group of donors and volunteers to provide food and gifts for up to 60 people in 15 households through the Christmas

THEREFLECTOR.COM - 2017-11-21 23:01:00

U-cut Christmas tree farms are ready for holidays

Southwest Washington is the place to be for those who enjoy a trip to a tree farm to select and cut their own holiday Christmas tree. Most farms open the day after Thanksgiving and remain open until close to Christmas. Some are only open on weekends or specific days of the week, as noted below. The

THEREFLECTOR.COM - 2017-11-21 22:52:00

Simple remedies for the common cold

Sometimes all your efforts to stay healthy during cold season aren't enough, and you still get sick. When that happens, recovery is often a combination of time and binge-watching Netflix while you rest. However, there are several simple remedies that can ease your symptoms - many of which are alread

THEREFLECTOR.COM - 2017-11-21 22:47:00

Camas paper mill downsizing shows over-regulated business climate

The recent downsizing of Georgia-Pacific's Camas paper mill may be a signal of the future business climate in Washington. Now backed by a unified Democratic state legislature, Governor Inslee has renewed calls to enact state taxes on carbon emitters. Companies like Georgia-Pacific will make the busi

THEREFLECTOR.COM - 2017-11-21 22:43:00

Protesters need to leave the kids alone

In this week's paper Reflector reporter Jonathan Haukaas covered a story about the protesters that have been targeting local high schools, shouting their messages at the students and verbally attacking some. I spoke to a few of the students that encountered the protesters but were not the target of

THEREFLECTOR.COM - 2017-11-21 22:38:00

Columbia fires suspended police chief

Columbia's Town Council fired its police chief, Shad Floyd, Monday in a council meeting immediately following a termination hearing. According to Columbia Mayor Rhonda Freeman, she and all council members voted unanimously to terminate Floyd. Floyd has been suspended without pay since Nov. 2, after

DOTHAN EAGLE - 2017-11-21 21:38:00

Canfor announces $28 million expansion

MOULTRIE - Canfor Southern Pine announced today that it will make a $28 million expansion to its Moultrie facility. Formerly Beadles Lumber Co., Canfor, a Canadian-based firm, purchased 50 percent of the Beadles operation in Moultrie and Thomasville in 2014 and now owns 100 percent. Cantor chose Mou

MOULTRIE OBSERVER - 2017-11-20 21:14:00

WTVY Peanut Festival winners claim prizes

(WTVY) - WTVY's National Peanut Festival raffle winners have been announced. Two winners have already claimed their prize. The WTVY prize wheel gives you a chance to win one of a variety of free prizes! Daniel Adams from Cottondale, Florida came by the WTVY Studios Monday with his family to pick up

WTVY.COM - 2017-11-21 01:52:00

Headland PD growing beards for a cause

HEADLAND, Ala. (WTVY) --- The Headland Police Department is participating in a Holiday Beard Challenge to raise money for the Child Advocacy Center. It will run through December 31. All officers participating will donate $20 as a "buy in" fee, and the officers will then collect donations throughout

WTVY.COM - 2017-11-22 01:49:00

Abbeville's Holden Dunlap to perform with Camp Broadway in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Holden Dunlap started performing when he was 5. "He was extremely outgoing and he said the funniest thing the first time he was on stage - he said it felt like gold was pumping through his veins," Holden's mother, Amber Dunlap, said. "I have terrible stage fright so it was the strangest thing." At 1

DOTHAN EAGLE - 2017-11-20 17:21:00