Cattlemen still cry foul play by packers, disappointed in USDA actions
As softball team continues to prepare for season, Coach Heckert returns home from hospital after heart scare
Pandemic raises prices, questions arise about food supply chain
Winters dances on after COVID-19
Stitt Lashes Out as Pick to Run Land Office Is Approved in Special Meeting
Stitt’s Pick to Run State Land Office Led Bankrupt Energy Company

News

Cattlemen still cry foul play by packers, disappointed in USDA actions

The COVID-19 pandemic has magnified what some claim is a looming threat to the nation’s food supply, especially for meat.

Pioneer Telephone Cooperative, Inc., has received Pivot Group’s 2019 Outstanding Customer Experience Award, recognizing excellence in customer service.

Blaine County 4-H Member recognized at 4-H Roundup

State 4-H Roundup has developed many traditions over nearly a century, but this year’s event – a celebration of its 99th anniversary – was anything but traditional.

Opinion

#Black Lives Do Matter

My family has not lived a life of privilege, but we have been blessed beyond anything our ancestors could imagine. I do feel privileged to be an American.

Revolutions are Messy

There are many sayings about revolutions, but my favorite is simply, “Revolutions are messy.” This seems to sum up the majority of the world’s revolutions, despite who wins or loses.

More than 250 environmental groups recently petitioned House Democratic leaders to embrace the Green New Deal. They claim banning fossil fuels is the key to ending climate change.

Sports

Lady Whippets wrap up summer basketball schedules

As July wrapped up, a group of Okeene basketball girls saw their respective seasons end with their travel teams.

Following a month filled with Return to Learning Plans molded by recommendations from the state and each respective school district’s own policies, it was the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities A

As softball team continues to prepare for season, Coach Heckert returns home from hospital after heart scare

As of July 15, softball teams have been allowed to start practicing to prepare for the upcoming season that starts in August.

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