Okeene graduate Bruce Schultz, and his wife Julie, attended a benefit dinner at the Governor’s Mansion for the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy. Gov. Kevin Stitt and First Lady Sarah Stitt hosted the event.
Oklahoma could implement traditional Medicaid expansion far earlier than expected.
The Board of the Okeene Municipal Hospital has moved another step closer to a final Management Agreement with SSM Health, as language was approved at a meeting Monday, Feb. 25 between the two parties regarding the specifics of the agreement. Lawyers for both parties will finalize the agreement and a final decision will be made at a Special Meeting in March.
The north region of Oklahoma FCCLA met on the Metro Tech-Spring Lake Campus on Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2020 to hold the annual regional STAR Events.
Bring Your Game is a fundraising event to help raise funds for new elementary school playground equipment. The Okeene Kiwanis and Child Study Club have teamed up to bring this evening event to Okeene. There will be a game held at the school gymnasium on Mar. 24, 2020 at 6 p.m. between the Flightsquad vs The Ground Crew. Every week until the event, The Okeene Record will be featuring some of Okeene’s finest athletes along with additional information about this event. We have a total of 21 players and this week we feature 7 players! Pick up your newspaper every week to see who will be featured next! Most importantly you will need to purchase your tickets Monday thru Friday at Nease Insurance. Prices for adults are only $10.00, and with the purchase of a paying adult ticket, your grade school student will receive one free ticket. Junior high and high school students’ tickets will cost $5.00, and anyone 65 and over may attend for free. If a grade school student wishes to come without a parent, there cost to attend will be $5.00 as well.