Lady Whippets fall in opening round of Area
Canton students exhibit champions at Blaine County Spring Livestock Show
Lucas Welcomes Confi rmation of Vilsack
Déjà vu as quiet first half dooms Lady Tigers against Cherokee
Lady Whippets stay alive with playoff-victory over Buffalo
Okeene heads to Consolation Bracket after opening-loss in Regionals

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Canton students exhibit champions at Blaine County Spring Livestock Show

Canton exhibitor Weston Waldrep showed the Grand Champion Market Steer and the Reserve Grand Champion Heifer.

A proposal to adjust the school funding formula could strip millions from urban and rural districts and shift it to others.

Lucas Welcomes Confi rmation of Vilsack

Congressman Frank Lucas, R-Cheyenne, released the following statement after the U.S.

Opinion

Moving Beyond the Numbness

“Numb.” That was the one-word answer I submitted to a group call on an online meeting platform last week.

Lose your school and you lose your town!

Gov. Kevin Stitt and his fellow Tulsa suburbanites have shown their cards on how you reach Top 10 status for common education in Oklahoma.

Close rural schools!

Believe what you want but please use some common sense

There are few events a rancher dreads as much as drought and wildfire.

In the southern high plains a crippling winter storm or blizzard is nearly as fearful as the two latter concerns.

Sports

Trio of hard-working seniors will be missed on the hardwood

The Canton Tigers saw their season end in the opening round of the playoffs this year, after back-to-back seasons in which the boys came within a win of advancing to the Area Bracket.

Lady Whippets fall in opening round of Area

For the second-straight year, the Okeene Lady Whippets were able to clinch a berth to the Area Round of the playoffs despite having a roster primarily made up of underclassmen.

Déjà vu as quiet first half dooms Lady Tigers against Cherokee

Last Saturday, the Canton Lady Tigers saw their season come to an end with their 39-31 loss to Cherokee.

The Okeene Record

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