Arapaho-Butler Schools will hold its homecoming game Friday against the Arnett Wildcats and homecoming royalty will be announced following the game, said A-B English and Spanish teacher Amy Beaty. The

Weatherford resident Grant Lee Denton, 29, has been charged with two felony counts for allegedly stealing nearly $3,000 worth of furniture and other items from a trailer house while the

Medical marijuana and its possible impact on “safety sensitive job positions” was the prime topic at Tuesday’s meeting of Custer County commissioners. The commissioners adjourned without taking any action, other

Cralls recognized by Farm Bureau

The Oklahoma Farm Bureau has announced that Edward and Debbie Crall of Thomas were selected as the recipients of its 2019 District Two Farm and Ranch Family Recognition Award. The

In 1851, the first American edition of Herman Melville’s “Moby-Dick” was published. In 1889, New York World reporter Nellie Bly set out to travel around the world in less than

Clinton veterans honored at CHS ceremony

Clinton veterans who were honored at the Veterans Day program at Clinton High School were, from left, Pat Peters, Mike Brinkley, Bobby Stewart, Don Miller, Eugene Hall, Corey Klaassen, Vaughn

When it comes to how we use our cellphones, it’s especially important to understand data usage. Knowing what consumes your data, and how you use it, will help you recognize

Gal pals help out in church kitchen

Cooking peanut brittle for United Methodist Church’s Soup Supper and Bake Sale on Nov. 20 are Suzanne Day, left, and Mary Evans.

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 14 SENIOR EVENT: Arapaho Senior Citizens will meet at the Arapaho Community building for a pot luck dinner. 6:30 p.m. MEETING: Native Outreach Baptist Chapel to hold a

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