A Seiling man has been sentenced to five years in federal prison after pleading guilty to wounding his wife with a knife and calling her from jail and telling her

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Alfredo Moreno, from Kelli Stratton’s pre-k class, high-fives his way through “the bridge of teachers” at Nance Elementary. Students-of-the-week from each class at the school are recognized every Friday at

Oklahoma State Game Warden Clint Carpenter said the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation will host a hunter education class from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5 at Crowder

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In a surprise move, Custer County Commissioner Kurt Hamburger pled guilty Friday to an amended misdemeanor charge of violating Oklahoma’s petty cash regulation. As part of a plea agreement with

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Ramping up for the “Bedlam Blood Battle” at Arapaho-Butler High School are, from left, teacher Matt Oakes; Jace Edelen, student; and Jared Cudd, ABHS principal. The drive will be held

Custer County OSU Extension Office, in conjunction with Extension offices in Beckham, Kiowa, Roger Mills and Washita counties, will host a Cotton Harvest Aid and Update Meeting at 10 a.m.

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In Krista Steiner’s class at Clinton High School are Hispanic Club students Esequiel Gutierrez, left, and Jasmin Lopez.

 

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Legal teams from 40 high schools around the state will spend the day in Clinton on Monday, Oct. 7, for the Mock Trial Fall Conference which kicks off mock trial season. This will be the first time Clinton High School has hosted the annual conference, said CHS Legal Team Coach Ashley Kelley.

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