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Choctaw County Fair begins this week…
By September 9, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Choctaw County Fair begins this week…

The Choctaw County Free Fair, Cowboy Boots and Country Roots, begins this week, with the majority of events starting on Thursday, Sept. 11. E&B Fun Time Rides will be back again this year, and the carnival will open at 3 p.m. Thursday. For a complete schedule of events, visit www.hugonewsonline.com, or purchase a copy of […]

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SOSU President visits with alumni in Hugo Thursday
By September 5, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

SOSU President visits with alumni in Hugo Thursday

Southeastern Oklahoma State University President Sean Burrage was a special guest of the school’s area alumni association Thursday at a brunch at Kiamichi Technology Center. Burrage, a former State Senator, was named the 20th President of SOSU in May this year and began his duties July 1.For the full story, visit www.hugonewsonline.com, or purchase a […]

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Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin signs vehicle tag compact with Choctaw Nation
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Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin signs vehicle tag compact with Choctaw Nation

OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin announced that the state of Oklahoma has signed a vehicle tag compact with the Choctaw Nation. The compact, signed during last weekend’s Choctaw Nation Labor Day Festival, establishes how the state and tribe will work together to issue Choctaw vehicle tags. For the full story, visit www.hugonewsonline.com, or purchase […]

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Choctaw Electric petition group meets in Broken Bow
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Choctaw Electric petition group meets in Broken Bow

A meeting of the Citizens Committee for Honesty, Openness and Accountability at Choctaw Electric Cooperative, turned out a standing room only crowd at the Broken Bow Library Tuesday night. According to group spokesman, Doug Felker, more than 125 CEC customers attended the meeting. Felker added, “We were overwhelmed and pleased by the turnout.” For the […]

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Same location, different look
By September 5, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Same location, different look

Several landmarks in downtown Hugo, including the beloved Busy Bee Cafe and the Winnie Hotel were razed recently, as Security First National Bank begins the first of several steps necessary to build a totally new bank in downtown Hugo. Construction of the new bank is expected to take between three to four years, according to […]

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Grant High School holds class reunions…
By September 2, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Grant High School holds class reunions…

Grant High School hosted class reunions for the graduates of 1972, 1973 and 1974 Saturday morning, followed by lunch in the cafeteria. Those attending the reunion included: Class of 1972: Donna Loman Blackwood and George Walton. Class of 1973: William (Bill) Bailey, Karen Cannon Chapman, Charles Larry Davis, Archie Hawkins, Karen Shoals, Warren Keith Shoals, […]

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Fulton family has circus in their blood
By September 2, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Fulton family has circus in their blood

By Larry Moore Contributing Writer The Fulton family is SPECIAL, with capital letters. I’ve known of them for a long time, but I’ve only gotten to know them recently. I knew they were on the circus, not that they all were on the circus. I met Michael Fulton on volunteer projects, and asked if I […]

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Golden named Deputy Superintendent of Kiamichi Technology Centers
By September 2, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Golden named Deputy Superintendent of Kiamichi Technology Centers

Kiamichi Technology Centers has named Debbie Golden as the new Deputy Superintendent for the KTC district. Golden has been employed as the Hugo and Antlers Campus Director for the past three years. As Campus Director, she has successfully transformed these two campuses with the addition of new program offerings for high school and adult students, […]

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Governor Mary Fallin to attend Choctaw Nation Labor Day Festival
By August 29, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Governor Mary Fallin to attend Choctaw Nation Labor Day Festival

Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin is scheduled to attend the Choctaw Nation Labor Day Festival on Friday evening at Tuskahoma. She will be participating in several events including: • 6:15 p.m. – The unveiling of “Honoring the Giver of Life” statue in front of the Choctaw Nation Capitol/Museum • 7 p.m. – Grand Entry of Inter […]

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Meet the reporters for this year’s Hoof Prints
By August 29, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Meet the reporters for this year’s Hoof Prints

HUGO –– Hugo High School’s Hoof Prints has begun, and is in its sixth year since its origination in 2009. With direction and instruction from their teacher, Mrs. Carla Rabon, the students will each choose topics they’re interested in, and compose articles to be published in the Hugo News each Friday. For the full story, […]

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