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Hugo Rotary Club news
By April 7, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

Hugo Rotary Club news

Area high school seniors recently represented Hugo and Antlers Rotary Clubs in the Rotary District 5830 annual Four-Way Test Speech Contest at Panola College in Carthage, Texas. Antlers High School senior Taylor Copeland placed third in district and will receive a $500 college scholarship. Kaleigh Chance, a Soper High School senior represented the Hugo Rotary […]

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Hugo Housing Authority Board names Jan Montgomery interim director

HUGO — Meeting in special session on March 31, members of the City of Hugo Housing Authority board of directors hired Jan Montgomery as interim Executive Director to replace recently retired director, Ron Azlin. The only item on the Housing Authority agenda read: “Reports of committees and board members as needed.” For the full story, […]

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Teachers of the year announced for Hugo…
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Teachers of the year announced for Hugo…

It is always an honor to be named Teacher of the Year due to the fact that these site representatives are chosen by their peers. In a rare occurrence, Hugo School District has named Co-Teachers of the Year for the 2014-15 school year. “We are proud to announce that Samantha Copeland and Shade Dill will […]

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By April 3, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

Polls open at 7 Tuesday for municipal, special elections

Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 7, 2015, for the municipal general election and special election for Choctaw County, Choctaw County Election Board secretary Cathy Davidson announced. Davidson said that voters who want to get through the line quickly should vote at mid-morning or mid-afternoon, because those usually […]

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Pregnancy center offers peace, love and freedom; holds 10th annual banquet
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Pregnancy center offers peace, love and freedom; holds 10th annual banquet

By Gloria McAfee Carver Contributing Writer HUGO ––  Many years ago, a senior high school girl attended a christian youth camp and became aware that she was among large numbers of girls and women affected and traumatized since the beginning of time by women’s issues: Such as all manner of domestic abuse, addiction, unplanned pregnancy […]

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Grand Jury called in Choctaw County

HUGO — A grand jury was seated in Choctaw County earlier this week, as a result of a petition that was recently circulated by county resident Carrol Sargent. Sargent’s petition successfully sought to call a grand jury for the purpose of “investigating and determining if an indictment” should be issued against a man for an […]

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Pet of the week…
By March 31, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

Pet of the week…

Meet Lil Momma, a 1-year-old pit bull. She has been spayed and is anxiously awaiting her forever home. Lil Momma is very playful, she loves to go on walks, loves kids, gets along with practically everyone she meets and craves attention. As with all of our pets, Lil Momma must go to a home with […]

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Brownings donate property to help with rodeo arena improvements
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Brownings donate property to help with rodeo arena improvements

Hugo residents Jim and Jean Browning have generously given to the community. On hand Monday morning during the weekly county commissioner’s meeting, the Brownings donated, and not for the first time, approximately one-third of an acre near the Todd Whatley/Lige Hammock Rodeo Arena to the county. The property will be very beneficial to the PRCA […]

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Another successful year for the Early Bird Bluegrass Festival…
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Another successful year for the Early Bird Bluegrass Festival…

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Choctaw Electric reports…

The Choctaw Electric Cooperative board of trustees, in their March board meeting, made some significant changes. In an effort to keep the membership informed and have more open and responsive business practices, they voted to start posting the agendas for monthly meetings on the Choctaw Electric Website and Facebook page prior to the meeting. They […]

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