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Thanks and giving during Christmas
By December 9, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Thanks and giving during Christmas

THANKSGIVING AT CHRISTMAS –– The Choctaw County Arts Council has welcomed for 14 years as of Dec. 6, 2014, an annual warm, specialty musical program featuring some of our own area talent, who are also our friends and neighbors. The true “thanks and giving” time of Christmas is celebrated in several musical styles at the […]

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Hugo Police Department makes arrest after burning of Hicks Auto Salvage
By December 9, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Hugo Police Department makes arrest after burning of Hicks Auto Salvage

HUGO — Hugo Police have arrested a local man for being in possession of property stolen prior to the Monday morning break-in and burning of Hicks Auto Salvage. Booked into the Choctaw County jail on a complaint of “knowingly concealing stolen property” was Glenn Thomas Sedore, 23. According to Assistant Chief of Police John Mitchell, […]

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Chamber welcomes newest member…
By December 5, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Chamber welcomes newest member…

The Hugo Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed its newest member with a Ribbon Cutting ceremony Tuesday afternoon. Mark Saucedo and Tony Fuselier became the new owners of the establishment in September, and have instituted several new classes and machines, including crossfit training exercises. Pictured with Saucedo are Chamber representatives Dot Glenn, Jean Browning and Jim […]

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Thanksgiving at Christmas
By December 5, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Thanksgiving at Christmas

A tradition continues as Thanksgiving at Christmas was presented for its 14th year on Thursday. Honored for their community service this year were Dan O’Grady and Deborah Hadley. Students honored were Fort Towson’s Brandon Gibson and Chris Martin.   Performances included the Hugo School’s Jazz Band, with solos and pieces that will be featured at the […]

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Texas man dead after shootout with four area police officers
By December 5, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Texas man dead after shootout with four area police officers

GRANT — Four Choctaw County officers returned fire after they were fired upon by a Texas man Thursday near the Choctaw Nation Casino in Grant. Killed in the exchange of gunfire was William Lee Honea, who was being sought on a felony warrant out of Sulphur Springs, Texas for armed robbery. According to Dist. 17 […]

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By December 2, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

State Senator requests football game replay

State Sen. Anastasia Pittman has scheduled a news conference for 10 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 3, to formally ask the Oklahoma Secondary School Activity Association (OSSAA) to allow for a replay of all or part of the Class 3A football quarterfinal playoff game last week between Oklahoma City’s Frederick A. Douglass High School and Locust Grove […]

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Choctaw father, daughter duo record studio album
By December 2, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Choctaw father, daughter duo record studio album

DURANT –– Jerry Tims is “Movin’ On” through the music world – and a big part of that move comes from the talented voice of his daughter, Sierra. Under the name of Jerry Tims Music, Jerry (a Choctaw Nation member and employee of Choctaw Nation Social Services) has released his third studio album titled …Movin’ […]

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Mother Nature bigtimes November; drought predicted to intensify
By December 2, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Mother Nature bigtimes November; drought predicted to intensify

By Gary McManus State Climatologist Oklahoma Mesonet Mother Nature seems to enjoy doing this to me, giving us a big weather event on the day I release my weather summary for the previous month. Yeah, there were big snows during November, and a big rain. Blah blah blah! But this is all anybody cares about […]

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Curtis elected as board officer
By November 26, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Curtis elected as board officer

Curtis elected officer of 2014-2015 Baptist Village Board. Dr. Bill Pierce, president of Baptist Village Communities, is pictured with newly appointed officers of the Board, from left, Paul Abbott, chairperson, of Jenks; Dr. Dennis Curtis, second vice-chairperson, of Hugo; Pierce, and the Rev. Danny Ringer, first vice-chairperson, of Elk City. The 22-member board oversees the […]

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Construction continues to progress…
By November 26, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Construction continues to progress…

Construction of the new Hugo High School continues to progress, as workers with Mid-Plains Construction spend the week of Thanksgiving erecting walls and boundaries.

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