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A 41-year-old Purcell resident, Kristie Renee Onwona, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol early last Tuesday morning, February 13. Purcell Police were called to a vehicle … more
On Sunday, February 18 Detention Deputies from the McClain County Sheriff’s Office responded to the female housing unit, APod. Deputies observed female inmate Tyffany N. Burleson, who … more
In a bold stride towards innovative urban living, Selah, the much-anticipated new urbanism community, has officially broken ground on its Liveworks and Townhomes development. Located on the … more
The following persons have been charged by the State of Oklahoma with traffic or other violations or have filed other court actions in McClain County District Court between February 1-7, 2024. … more
A chili cookoff, planned for January 16 at the Purcell Multipurpose Center, 1400 Chandler Road, to raise funds for the McClain County Democrat Party and to hear two congressional candidates will be … more
The City of Purcell will be hosting a public meeting regarding the landscape design for Main Street. The public is encouraged to attend to voice their opinions about the design on February 20 at … more
In a very brief press release, the Cleveland County Sheriff Office announced it has re-opened an investigation into the Lexington Animal Shelter. “In response to recent public concerns and … more
Rain began falling in the Heart of Oklahoma before 7:30 a.m. Sunday and lasted the rest of the day, including some wintery mix in the late afternoon and evening. Residents in the Purcell area … more
Monday, February 19, will be a holiday observed as Presidents’ Day by state, county and local government offices, as well as banks and schools. But the federal workers will have the day … more
State Auditor and Inspector Cindy Byrd found the McClain County Treasurer’s office in complete compliance after a recent review of the practices of the office. Byrd’s office sent a … more
Editor’s note: Answering   The Purcell Register ’s five questions this week is Justin Johnston, a newly sworn-in deputy at the McClain County Sheriff’s Office. Q. How long … more
Sammie Rude Compton is an Oklahoma Native who shares a story as big as the western sky in her book The Cowboy Ike Rude Riding into the Wind . The book is a biography of her father, Ike Rude. … more
North and southbound I-35 will be intermittently narrowed between Moore and Pauls Valley from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. through Friday. The measure is part of a wrong-way detection system installation … more
Current Heart of Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce President Greg Wheat now has another hat to wear. Wheat, 48, defeated Chris Hurt for the Division 2 seat on the Purcell City Council Tuesday, … more
The following persons have been charged by the State of Oklahoma with traffic or other violations or have filed other court actions in McClain County District Court between January 25-31, 2024. … more
You can dispose of Styrofoam in a safe, environmentally-friendly manner by bringing it to the Purcell Public Library this Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon. The library is hosting the foam recycling … more
The U.S. government is warning the public of a new scam utilizing fake court documents, fake government correspondence and false charges under COVID relief programs to solicit “preemptive … more
One man was treated for stab wounds at OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City and another man was arrested and placed in the McClain County Jail. McClain County officials reported that just before … more
Johnny Hale has installed and maintained overhead doors around Purcell since 1984. His company, Hale’s Overhead Doors, proudly serviced horse farms, ranches, businesses, and residents. … more
Body-worn cameras caught an altercation between Lexington Police and the Cleveland County Sheriff’s Department during an incident around noon January 30 on the north end of Lexington. What … more
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