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A mother took the administration and board of Purcell Public Schools to task Monday evening for allegedly not following the district’s policy on bullying. Read more

Congressman Tom Cole has announced the names of 18 students who have been nominated from the Fourth District of Oklahoma for entry into one of…

Tickets are still available for There’s No Place Like Home, the annual Heart of Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce banquet.

The state highway 39 bridge between Purcell and Lexington will be closed Saturday from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. for bridge beam placement.

For a woman who says she wasn’t cut out to be a farm wife, it seems a little strange at first glance that she’s spent the past 26 years workin…

Sentencing for a Byars man on multiple felony charges was postponed January 10 in McClain County District Court.

Purcell won the Byng Tournament last weekend knocking off three ranked teams.

The Wayne Bulldogs nabbed the 3rd place trophy thanks to an overtime, 58-53 win over Walters in Rush Springs at the Black Diamond Classic over…

The Lexington boys’ basketball team had a solid fifth-place finish last weekend at the Charles K. Heatly Classic tournament in Lindsay.

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Funeral services for Joel Bradford, 94, of Oklahoma City will …

A Celebration of Life Memorial service for Ted Geyer, 57, of L…

Funeral services for Billy Joe Keeler, 42, of Purcell were hel…

Funeral services for Pam McEachern, 64, of Sand Springs will b…

Facebook and “so called” social media is a nasty, nasty, nasty medium.

While folk wisdom holds that no good deed goes unpunished,  I prefer to think every good deed is its own reward.

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