Jeanne Grimes

Statistics tell a grim story, one that doesn’t have to be.

July and August are the dog days of summer for a reason – heat and humidity.

One early September day in 1983, I persuaded a friend to take me dove hunting.

Dusty Scott remembers the old farmhouse and barn that stood for years on 190th Street just east of Western.

The lightning strike about three weeks ago in the Lexington Wildlife Management Area couldn’t have hit a worse target.

A few years ago I asked a favor of my friend Bill, a native Oklahoman who loves this state and its history, particularly people and places for…

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Certified personnel working for Purcell Public Schools will get a $1,220 raise in addition to the district’s standard step raises.

What better time to dust off your Christmas spirit than right after the last firecracker pops on the 4th of July?

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