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The Lexington Bulldogs were scheduled to be in Frederick on Monday, but the threat of severe weather canceled that game. They hosted Frederick for a doubleheader on Tuesday. Last week, Lexington … more
After run-ruling Little Axe 8-0 to open the annual Heart of Oklahoma Tournament, Purcell edged Lexington 5-4 in the semifinals before losing in the finals to Community Christian, 4-3. Freshman … more
The Washington Warrior baseball team had a busy stretch on the diamond to end last week. They were forced to play two games against two ranked teams in the same day, in different parts of the … more
The Washington Warrior slow-pitch softball team won the District championship Monday after defeating Western Heights (10-0) and Dickson (15-0 and 15-0). The Regional softball tournament will be … more
A Celebration of Life for Jessica Daniell (Reed) Woody, 36, of Chickasha will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, April 22, 2024 at Victory Family Worship, 901 W. Grand Ave. in Chickasha. Services will be … more
Dolores Scott, 89, of Purcell, formerly of Washington, died on April 11, 2024 at Sunset Estates in Purcell. She was born in Lexington, Okla., on June 20, 1934. Dolores attended Lexington and … more
Funeral services for Maria Pritchett, 80, of Purcell were held Monday, April 15, 2024 at the Wilson-Little Funeral Home Chapel. Interment followed at Hillside Cemetery in Purcell under the direction … more
Funeral services for Betty Mae (Breeding) Lewis, 80, of Noble will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, April 19, 2024 at the Oklahoma City Family Church, 8300 S. Santa Fe Ave., in Oklahoma City. Interment … more
Happy birthday to Sarah Dye, DeWayne Norton, Tess Lukens, Coralee Castle, Ryan Umber, Dusty Mathews, Katelyn Dawson, Ana Franco, Saul G. Ibarra, Rosetta Genson, Amber Zuech Hines, Mike Hoefer, Debra … more
When Oklahoma voters took the Republican bait and were hooked by Ryan Walters as State Superintendent of Public Education, it signaled in a sink hole for that department in our state government. … more
It’s time to nominate someone as Purcell’s Citizen of the Year for 2023. Accompanying the nominee’s name must be a statement why he or she deserves to be Citizen of the Year. … more
Purcell Public Works has received national recognition for achieving exceptional electric reliability in 2023. The recognition comes from the American Public Power Association (APPA), a trade … more
Late last week, the full House Republican Conference ratified Rep. Tom Cole as chair of the powerful House Appropriations Committee for the remainder of the 118th Congress. Cole, a long-time … more
It’s going to be a very busy and exciting weekend in Lexington with the annual celebration of 89er’s Day Thursday, Friday and Saturday. There will be vendors and food booths both … more
Thanks to a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grant, the Purcell Junior High School will be getting a new gymnasium and the town of Purcell will be getting a community safe room. The … more
The Lady Bulldogs’ season record fell to 9-15 with losses to Plainview (15-3),   Latta (14-4), Silo (11-0), Southmoore (12-2) and Prague (18-9). All are ranked in 4A, 5A or 6A. … more
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