The town’s financial consultant said February’s cash flow was good. This was the first month of the utility rate increase. $187,000 dollars was used for sewer improvements and the account for that is almost drained, $1,857 dollars was spent on street repairs, and sales tax revenue is low. The consultant said sales tax revenue will likely continue decrease because of COVID-19.
Last week was a wild one in the halls of Okeene’s public schools. The drama wasn’t centered around the recent COVID-19 epidemic, rather, the reassignment of one of Okeene’s coaches.
House Majority Leader Mike Sanders (R-Kingfisher) today passed a bill in the Oklahoma House of Representatives that would strengthen the role of victims’ impact panels in helping to stop driving under the influence (DUI) offenses in Oklahoma and to reduce the number of repeat offenders.
Sen. Inhofe Supports More Commitment in Africa, Not Less
On Jan. 8, 2020 Hannah Nease started her FCCLA STAR event research with an interview with Kindergarten teacher and job shadow, Mrs. Penner from Okeene Elementary School. For the next weeks, Hannah used this information to form a group of lesson plans and on Jan. 23rd, Hannah spent 3 hours in the Kindergarten room putting her plans into actions.