Blaine County 4-H members and 4-H Clover Buds have been busy the past few weeks preparing project to enter in the upcoming Blaine County Fair.

Okeene will have a licensed childcare center serving Okeene’s youngest citizens for the first time in many years beginning Aug. 16.

Fifteen members and Father Jarek attended wave three of the Capitol Campaign to fund the building of the shrine for Blessed Stanley Rother. The target date for completion is 2020.


A new business in town, Reed and Hannah’s Lemonade Stand, was just the right kind of business to have on a hot, summer day. They also served homemade cookies.

Schools across our district are opening doors to new and returning students over the next several weeks.

The 4-H Achievement Banquet was held Sunday, August 12th at the Blaine County Fairgrounds, Foley Building in Watonga, Oklahoma.


The Okeene softball team is preparing for their 2018 season, but for Whippet fans, this team is going to look much different than last season.

Three local 8th graders, Katelyn Penner, Madison Schmidt and Kaylyn Aldrich, have spent their summer traveling with their team, the Oklahoma Shock, playing basketball in three Wichita tournaments,

Earlier this summer, Okeene Public School officials confirmed that baseball will be returning to our schools.

The Okeene Record

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