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This Easter egg hunter found a jackpot on top of a merry-go-round during an egg hunt Sunday afternoon.

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The Redbud trees are out in full bloom and in full beauty around Oklahoma.

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Easter Sunday was the perfect time for an egg hunt at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church in Purcell.

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As work continues on the water tower on Red Hill, it resembles a crown.

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Purcell Police, Firefighters and Wadley’s EMS all responded to a two vehicle accident just before noon last Saturday on the southbound off ram…

Editor’s note: The Purcell Register continues its feature in which civic leaders and others answer five questions. The following were answered…

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Where Easter eggs were hidden was the object of every egg hunter last Sunday at a Purcell hunt.

The driver of a pickup that twice crossed the center line before crashing head-on into another vehicle died March 31 at OU Health University o…

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Hunters had to be on their game Sunday during an Easter Egg hunt after church this past week.

The latest COVID-19 numbers from the Oklahoma Department of Health has Blanchard with  the highest number of cases in McClain County at 2,187.

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Monday’s high in the 70s was a good time to turn some ground and ready flower beds for new spring plantings.

A new contract will cede management of Purcell Municipal Hospital to SSM Health starting July 1.

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What started out as a water leak at 1020 S. Green Avenue last Thursday morning turned into a major gas line breach and shut down traffic both …

After an historic beam signing at noon Tuesday, the construction of the new Purcell Municipal Hospital seems to be moving right along.

Several area churches are planning Holy Week services through Easter Sunday.

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Several City of Purcell employees attended the beam signing for the new Purcell Municipal Hospital Tuesday. From left are John Blue, Victor Lo…

If you will be traveling north on I-35 from Purcell in the coming days, allow more travel time to Norman or pick an alternate route.

Voters will turn out Tuesday to decide a handful of races in area school and municipal general elections.

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Tyler Johnson was among those city employees that signed the beam for the new PMH last Tuesday afternoon.

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When it becomes your turn to receive the free food from the Memorial Assembly of God Church on Tuesday evenings you are required to fill out a…

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Purcell Mayor Ted Cox was among those signing the beam for the new Purcell Municipal Hospital last Tuesday afternoon.

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PMH Board members David Shirley and Justin Blankenship (on each end) joined city council members Jay Tate and Ted Cox along with PMH CEO/CNO K…

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Manning the concession stand last Thursday afternoon were Rotarians Gale Wilson, left, and Bobby Gee with assistance from volunteer Jennifer S…

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The wind that howled in central Oklahoma Monday caused white caps to form on Purcell’s City Lake.

The COVID-19 pandemic killed the ‘89ers Day celebration in Lexington a year ago.

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Ciara Register, right, and Kevin Douglas, both of Purcell, select vegetable plants Tuesday in Lexington.

The man who allegedly destroyed a room at Ruby’s Inn during the February winter storm is now facing a felony charge in McClain County District Court.

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The Purcell Junior High eighth grade Academic Team placed first at regionals. They have advanced to the state tournament that will be played A…

A Wayne man allegedly installed his own water meter after the previous meter was pulled by Garvin County Rural Water District 1.

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Wind velocities were predicted Monday to be around 35 mph with gusts possible up to 50 mph. They didn’t disappoint when the south Oklahoma bre…

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Vehicles lined up in droves last week at the Chickasaw Nation Regional Office campus where COVID-19 vaccinations were dispensed in a drive-by …

It’s not quite the same as direct deposits of stimulus funds to individuals or as simple as  “the check’s in the mail.”

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Working outside a safety cable around the rim of a water tower isn’t for the faint of heart. Though tethered to a safety harness, this man on …

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A National Guardsman, one of several at the Purcell Farm and Home Building parking lot on a chilly and very breezy Thursday, gave directions t…