CHOCTAW Fields, Phillip Ray: 72, died Dec. 31. Services 2 p.m. Saturday (Bill Eisenhour NE, Oklahoma City).

EDMOND Coleman, Stephanie: 43, professional volunteer, died Jan. 1. Memorial services 1 p.m. Monday (Matthews, Edmond).

Scouts, Masons combine efforts

Cub Scout Pack 361 held its annual Pancake Feast fundraiser at Clinton’s United Methodist Church and money raised will be matched by Masonic Lodge No. 339.

WPLS’ Miller combines two favorite hobbies

As the director of Western Plains Library System, Tim Miller takes his job seriously overseeing eight library branches spread out over four counties. But he definitely has a lighter side as well.

City’s fire insurance code improves

Clinton Fire Chief Brett Russell had the pleasure of announcing a late Christmas present for the city’s property owners Thursday – one that should help some of them in the pocketbook.

 

-RHRA would have saved Sayre hospital 
-Farmers getting help in battle with feral hogs
-Arapaho Reading Room ready for moving day
-Wrestling ready for tough January
-Hunter’s extra effort leads to strong start with Cougars
-Plus see local pictures

Arapaho Reading Room ready for moving day

Restoration on the 115-year-old Arapaho Reading Room is entering a new phase now, and the building will soon be lifted from its old foundation so that a new one can

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