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By July 22, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Sports Talk

The stars were shining at Stan Payne Field in Hugo over the weekend, and they weren’t just in the sky. Outstanding baseball players from three states were turning out some amazing plays in the Cal Ripken Regional Southeast Tournament. The tournament has been made possible by a host of volunteers, some of whom were honored […]

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Sawyer swears in new board trustee
By July 22, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Sawyer swears in new board trustee

By Joanne Webster Contributing Writer The July regular meeting for the Sawyer board of trustees was conducted with a full board, as trustee Jamisa Culvey had been sworn by a notary during office hours in June. For the full story, visit www.hugonewsonline.com, or purchase a copy of the Tuesday, July 22 edition of the Hugo […]

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Headlining a strong team…
By July 22, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Headlining a strong team…

On the mound against Sylvan Hills, OK Elite Kane Jones hurls the ball toward home plate during baseball action at Stan Payne Field during the 2014 Southwest Regional Cal Ripken League Tournament. See today’s Sports for details and photos, Page 13. Hugo News / Bobby Hamill

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Buy local produce at Hugo Farmers Market
By July 22, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Buy local produce at Hugo Farmers Market

After months of hard work, establishing a food board, developing bylaws, applying for grants and creating registration forms, the Hugo Farmers Market is now open. The market is located on Kirk and 16th St., between the Boys and Girls Club and DHS. All produce sold by vendors, who will need to complete a registration form […]

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Hugo council opens, rejects bids for several items
By July 18, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Hugo council opens, rejects bids for several items

HUGO –– Hugo city council members spent most of Tuesday’s meeting opening sealed bids for various items up for auction. Upon a motion by councilman Larry Rudrow, the following bids were rejected for the purchase of a 2008 Crown Victoria: $700 from Joyce Watts of Spencerville; $600 from Mark Murdock of Broken Bow; $1,200 from […]

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‘Cat Daddy’
By July 18, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

‘Cat Daddy’

Derik Chumley, of Hugo, now holds the Hugo Lake record with the flathead catfish he caught noodling on Wednesday, July 16. Chumley said he caught the 70-pound cat in about five-feet of water, in an old culvert he found a few years ago when the lake was dry.

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Hugo Rotary Club news
By July 18, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Hugo Rotary Club news

Choctaw Electric Cooperative recently introduced its 2014 Oklahoma Rural Electric Youth Tour winners to the Hugo Rotary Club. Since 1964, Choctaw Electric has offered this leadership opportunity to area high school juniors based on written exams and personal interviews. Students who received a week-long, all expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. June 15-21 (pictured l […]

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Celebrating 35 years…
By July 18, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Celebrating 35 years…

Charles Parker (right) was recently honored with a party to celebrate his 35th anniversary at Choctaw Memorial Hospital. Marcia O’Connor (left), CMH administrator, presented Parker with a plaque, in which he replied “I love you all. And I’d work another 35 years here if I could.”

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Free transportation program for seniors…
By July 15, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Free transportation program for seniors…

THE KIAMICHI AREA NUTRITION PROJECT (KANP) is sponsored by KEDDO and provides transportation to seniors (60+) for routine medical needs, including trips to the doctor, to pick up medication or medical procedures… all at no charge. KANP also contracts with the Oklahoma Health Care Authority to provide meals seven-days-a-week through the Advantage Program to seniors […]

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‘Mayor of Cooksville’ arrested after firing at officers
By July 15, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

‘Mayor of Cooksville’ arrested after firing at officers

CHOCTAW COUNTY –– A Choctaw County man was arrested Monday after firing a small-caliber weapon and pointing it at Sheriff Terry Park. The self-proclaimed “mayor of Cooksville,” 61-year-old Newton Cook, Jr., was arrested on complaints of feloniously pointing a firearm, possession of a firearm while committing a felony, reckless handling of a firearm, obstruction of […]

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