Since opening to traffic on August 22, the first phase of a long awaited span over the South Canadian River between Purcell and Lexington has generated a fair amount of controversy and complaints on social media, but precious little praise.
The Purcell Register reached out to the Oklahoma Department of Transportation with some of those concerns. Read more
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said a car passing in a no passing zone caused a deadly accident last Thursday morning.
A different day. A different outcome.
A two vehicle traffic accident just south of mile marker 95 near Purcell has resulted in one fatality.
Another .30” of rain was recorded here last Saturday bringing the yearly total to 30.13”.
The Purcell Dragons and Plainview Indians have joined a growing list of district football openers to move their game from Friday to Thursday n…
It was fourth down and two for Lexington at its own 35 yard line with time winding down. Their only play was to go for it trailing 18-13.
A district road win at Comanche Monday has secured Purcell a spot in post season softball play.
Lexington’s fast-pitch softball team is still plugging along and the ‘Dawgs are now ready for Class 3A post-season play.
The Washington High School Cheer Team won the championship in Regionals last Saturday in Choctaw. The team will go on to compete in the State …
Wayne was defeated 27-14 by Stratford Friday night in their final non-district game.
District play starts today (Thursday) for Wayne. Elmore City and Rush Springs face off first at 10 a.m. and Wayne will play the loser of game …
Lots of movies to cover this week. It’s been awhile since they’ve released five films in one weekend, so I guess I was due a busy week.