Archive for August, 2016

Hugo’s football coaching staff
By August 30, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Hugo’s football coaching staff

“We played well for three quarters and our offense kicked in when we really needed it to,” Coach Smith said. “We made way too many mistakes and we only have two days to fix the problems,” he added, with the Buffs facing the Atoka Wampus cats at home this Thursday night. “I’m proud that our […]

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Buffs beat Tishomingo 42-28
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Buffs beat Tishomingo 42-28

SHAMAR BROWN refused to be blocked on defense, and he put opposing ball-carriers on the ground 11 times, to take the tackling lead in District 2A-6. Above, he not only sacked Tishomingo’s quarterback, Rylee Holmes, he also recovered the fumble.

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Buffs win season opener
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Buffs win season opener

TREY JORDAN weaves his way through holes opened up by the Buffaloes offensive line to rush for 300 yards and four touchdowns in Hugo’s opening win over Tishomingo. Also pictured is Josh Singchantha.

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William Minyard
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William Minyard

William L. Minyard William Lee Minyard, 20 of Bennington, Okla., passed from this world on Aug. 26, 2016. He was born on Sept. 2, 1995 in Ada, Okla., the son of Shawn Lee Minyard and Christie Nanette ( Wilson ) Lemons. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016 at Bennington High […]

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New herd to follow Hoof Prints’ journey…
By August 26, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

New herd to follow Hoof Prints’ journey…

Hugo High School teacher Mrs. Carla Rabon introduces her newest herd of Hoof Prints students for the 2016-2017 school year. Pictured with Mrs. Rabon (back right) are: De’Avion McGee, Tanisha Akins, Tamera Burris, Ayreona Parish, Ryandal Gilmore and Nickales Morton. Front row: Aurora Orozco, Mikela Taylor and Vincent Tunnell. Hoof Prints was established in 2009, […]

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Army worms on the march
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Army worms on the march

Fall army worms are caterpillars that directly damage sorghum heads, fescue and Bermuda grass pastures, seedling wheat, soybean and residential lawns. There have been reports of fall army worm buildups in northeastern Oklahoma. In addition, fall army worm infestations were numerous in sorghum fields in Oklahoma during the latter part of August, and several people […]

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Hugo Chamber announces new director
By August 26, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Hugo Chamber announces new director

The Hugo Area Chamber of Commerce announces its new director, Sheila Salyer, who was appointed into the position after the resignation of previous director, Ronnie Azlin. For the full story, see the Friday, Aug. 26 edition of the Hugo News, or visit our E-Edition.

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Walter Grady

Walter T. Grady Funeral services for Walter T. Grady, of Oklahoma City, formerly of Grant, Okla., will be at 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016 in Grant, with visitation at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church. Walter passed away Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, at the age of 28. Interment will follow the service at Pleasant Hill Cemetery, […]

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Soper FFA to crown Rodeo Queen Sept. 2-3
By August 23, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Soper FFA to crown Rodeo Queen Sept. 2-3

Six ladies are competing for the Soper FFA Rodeo Queen crown this year, and include (back row l to r): Payton Amend, Emily McLemore and Morgan London. Front row (l to r): Myka Davidson, Michelle Young and Shalee Mitchell. The Soper FFA Rodeo will be held at 8 p.m. on Sept. 2-3. For bios on […]

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Deputies attend child abuse training
By August 23, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Deputies attend child abuse training

Recently, Choctaw County Sheriff Deputies Chris Orozco and Jeff Epley attended the 28th annual Crimes Against Children Conference in Dallas, Texas. Crimes Against Children is the nation’s largest child abuse prevention conference, with more than 3,000 attendees. For the full story, see the Tuesday, Aug. 23 edition of the Hugo News, or visit our E-Edition.

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