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OETA officials visit area
As the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority approaches a 55th year of public broadcasting, its leaders are in the process of preparing for the future.
Wildlife photography a passion for Wilberforce
The art gallery at the Plains Indians and Pioneers Museum is currently featuring the wildlife photography of Dick Wilberforce of Canadian, Texas.
Alabaster Caverns sets summer camp
Alabaster Caverns State Park is offering a week-long camp this summer to encourage students to get out and explore.
Local students earn automotive honors
Two Woodward High School seniors recently earned top 3 honors in a state automotive skills competition.
Few items on agenda for county
Woodward County Commissioners have a very short agenda set for their next regular meeting Monday at 10 a.m. in the county courthouse.
Flea market set Friday, Saturday
Children's Arena of Services will be holding its annual flea market this weekend at the Woodward County Fairgrounds.
Workers' comp reform measure passes House
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Overrunning passionate opposition from legislative Democrats, House Republicans cleared the way toward remaking Oklahoma's workers' compensation system by passing an overhaul bill Wednesday.
Outreach Center to benefit from bowling event
The High Plains Outreach Center is hoping more community members can "spare" some time to participate in an upcoming fundraiser for the homeless shelter.
Barbecue skills featured in contest
What makes good barbecue better? The Woodward Elks believe it's a little competition.
County enters into agreement with tax witness
After several weeks, Woodward County Commissioners have finally entered into an agreement with Thomas E. Lumsden to serve as an expert witness in a tax dispute case.
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