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Corn Bible Academy’s new building is taking a little longer to build than the school would like. But progress continues steadily forward, and when the project is finally completed it will be completely debt-free.

 

-Foss board gets look at Clinton plant
-Start of harvest ‘almost’ on-time
-Weatherford suspect in robbery identified
-Radford returns after year at Sayre
-Softball rolls constant work, improvement over to summer
-Plus see local pictures 

In 1966, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Miranda v. Arizona that police must inform suspects of their rights before questioning them. In 1967, Thurgood Marshall became the first African-American

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Seen at the Love the Hub party held at Frisco Center are, from left, Donna Skinner, and Janice Berrong and Vanessa Baker volunteering at the check-in table

In 1999, passenger rail made a triumphant return to the Sooner State as the Amtrak Heartland Flyer hit the rails between Oklahoma and Texas. Now the train is readying for

“We will never have water problems in this part of Oklahoma again.” – City Manager Mark Skiles “It’s the most sophisticated treatment plant in the state of Oklahoma.” – Mayor

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Although it’s still a little too soon to tell how this year’s wheat crop will measure up, cutting is beginning this week in a few areas of Custer County. Moisture

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Brent Schroeder, a 20-year-old from Okeene, has been charged with armed robbery of $90 from the Jiffy Trip convenience store in Weatherford on April 19. The charge was filed and

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