Hugo Chamber keeps the momentum going

The Hugo Area Chamber of Commerce held its monthly board meeting on Thursday, Jan. 14. Board members and guests outlined their expectations for the Chamber during 2021. These included promoting local businesses and industrial development, improving the quality of life in our area, and growing tourism. The feelings of the group about the work of the Chamber can be best summed up with the phrase, “keep the momentum going.” Under the leadership of Michele Frazier over the past years, the Chamber has accomplished a great deal in improving our community.
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Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Foundation offers more than $25,000 in scholarships

• Application period is open The Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Foundation (OCF) is eager to distribute more than $25,000 in scholarships to students in 2021. The scholarships are available for current college students at an Oklahoma college or university with definite plans to continue in the fall or graduating high school seniors who have an interest in the beef cattle industry.

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Editor’s Note: After a handful of readers reached out to the Hugo News regarding notifications they had received relating to “personal property” assessments, we contacted the County Assessor’s Office and received the following explanation by Assessor Rhonda Cahill.