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Western Plains holding school supplies drive
It may be only June, but Western Plains Youth and Family Services is already getting prepared for the next school year.
Long named bus driver of the year
Marilyn Long sums up her career as a bus driver for the Woodward Public School District with one word: "awesome."
School board hires several teachers
The Woodward Board of Education approved the hiring of 11 new teachers Monday night at its monthly meeting.
Jones has ‘impressionistic’ style
It may sound strange, but for Caleb Jones, art is all about disconnecting and connecting.
Hay situation a little better
LAVERNE – This time last year, cattlemen were edgy at best about whether or not they would have enough hay to purchase, no matter how high the price got.
Drowning victim identified
FORT SUPPLY – Oklahoma Highway Patrol officials have identified the victim of a drowning at Fort Supply Lake Tuesday evening.
Senate passes farm bill
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate on Monday passed a five-year, half-trillion-dollar farm bill that expands government subsidies for crop insurance, rice and peanuts while making small cuts to food stamps.
Lawmakers say rural Oklahoma was big winner
Area legislators used baseball metaphors to describe the recent legislative session as they spoke to Woodward Chamber of Commerce members during their monthly Chamber luncheon Monday.
Oil and Gas Convention returns in August
Four years ago, when Junior Long was driving home from an oil and gas convention in Oklahoma City, he never dreamed that his idea, which flashed into his mind somewhere between Oklahoma City and home, would ever come to fruition.
County to take up juvenile matters, rezoning
Woodward County Commissioners are slated to address several juvenile related matters during their regular meeting at 10 a.m. Monday, June 10 at the county courthouse.
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