More WTC students honored

Arapaho-Butler student Kimberlynn Arney earned an Outstanding Student Award in the biomed program at WTC.

State Rep. Kevin West, R-Moore, recently secured committee passage of a bill that would create a Federal Funds Holding Account that could then be appropriated by the state Legislature.

Helping hands

City of Clinton Street Department employee Charles Jones fills a hole recently on S. 15 Street.

Verses for celebration

Modeling their favorite Bible verse T-shirts to celebrate 100 Days In school at Western Oklahoma Christian School are, from left, Isla Penner, Emmett Williams and Annabelle Stillwell.

Souvenir shopping

Brenda and Andy Arnold, of Beggs, wander around the Route 66 Museum gift shop in search of a souvenir.

Checking stock

Shepherd Home Health & Hospice’s Devin Barker arranges some of the food that is still left from recent food drives.

The Oklahoma House of Representatives passed legislation recently to aid blind and visually impaired Oklahomans with absentee ballots.

Here's a look at the Tuesday headlines

- Bitter cold wreaks havoc on rural roads

- Arapaho-Butler Pre-K enrollment outlined

- Vehicle in crash goes airborne

- Both CHS teams advance to area

- Pitman named COTY, as Reds end year at state

- State deaths

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