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Football Contest winner

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J. FRANK WOLF III, of Hugo, was this week’s winner of the Hugo News Football Contest after choosing 16 out of 16 games correctly. Above, Wolf collects the $50 weekly prize from Alexander Thomas of Dyer Quick Lube, where he obtained his winning entry blank. Sponsoring this year’s Hugo News Football Contest are: Dr. Wade Rowland DDS; First United Bank; Dyer Quick Lube; Red Barn Propane; Shelter Insurance Colby Bryant; Sonic; Hugo Lake State Park/Little Dixie; Wildflower Bud Co.; Security First National Bank; First Bank; Tadpole Marine; Superior Wheel & Tire; Shelter Insurance/Julia King; Ed Wallace Ford; Outreach Health Services; R.E. McGuire Insurance/Ernie Taylor; Jay Hodge. Game selections can be found in each Wednesday edition of the Hugo News.
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Little Dixie welcomes Miller as new associate director

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Little Dixie Community Action Agency, Inc. is proud to announce and welcome Lindsey Miller as the newest Associate Director. Miller will be responsible for administering programs operated by the agency so that a smoothly functioning organization is maintained within the framework of the budget and interest of participating agencies. Essentially, Miller will directly oversee Little Dixie’s Early Childhood Comprehensive Services Systems Program, Child and Adult Care Food Program, Head Start, Early Head Start and Early Head Start – Child Care Programs and Early Learning Centers.
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“Quality Health Care Close To Home”

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www.choctawmemorial.com The Radiology Department at Choctaw Memorial Hospital is completely digital, with the addition of the Carestream Revolution portable unit, this unit is a mobile piece of equipment that we are able to go to the patient and take the x-rays that are requested. The images are ready to view within seconds and the physicians can immediately view the images without waiting.
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Oklahoma’s electric co-ops send help following Hurricane Laura

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A collective total of 46 linemen representing eight member-systems from Oklahoma’s electric cooperatives are providing mutual aid assistance and storm damage restoration to two electric cooperatives in Louisiana and one electric cooperative in Texas following Hurricane Laura. The record-breaking storm, which was later downgraded to a tropical depression, roared onto the Louisiana coastline early Aug. 27 as a Category 4 storm, bringing 150-mph winds and causing destruction in its path. The storm also impacted portions of Texas and Arkansas.

Mother of children injured by Hugo Police Department and city agree to settlement terms

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HUGO — City of Hugo Mayor Richard Higginbotham and Vice-Mayor Ernest McCarty, previously authorized by their fellow council members to enter into a settlement with Olivia Hill, mother of four children who were in a pickup truck that was fired upon on April 26, 2019 by Hugo Police Detectives, have arrived at a financial settlement deal with Hill and the city’s insurance carrier. Their settlement deal, all negotiated and managed in private, has become the subject matter of a civil lawsuit, filed in Choctaw County District Court which seeks to ratify the previouslynegotiated settlement terms.

Coronavirus cases by county, deaths

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County Cases Deaths Oklahoma 13,566 154 Tulsa 13,376 134 Cleveland 3,991 64 Canadian 1,547 12 Muskogee 1,327 16 Rogers 1,322 41 Comanche 1,261 11 Payne 1,196 5 Wagoner 1,164 23 Texas 1,160 7 Mccurtain 1,030 30 Garfield 993 12 Pottawatomie 872 9 Creek 828 21 Washington 798 39 Cherokee 686 7 Le Flore 672 7 Osage 647 12 Okmulgee 621 4 Bryan 609 3 Jackson 596 9 Pittsburg 593 16 Sequoyah 583 8 Mcclain 580 4 Caddo 571 20 Delaware 546 21 Grady 535 7 County Cases Deaths 4 531 Ottawa 9 458 Adair 9 417 Mayes 6 416 Carter 0 332 Custer 5 327 Seminole 12 326 Kay 1 305 Logan 8 303 Lincoln 2 263 Kingfisher 4 261 Garvin 4 253 Stephens 1 246 Choctaw 3 244 Pontotoc 4 239 Mcintosh 3 219 Pawnee 3 217 Hughes 4 167 Haskell 1 131 Marshall 1 126 Pushmataha 1 125 Beckham 1 123 Craig 2 113 Latimer 1 113 Atoka 0 108 Love 2 107 Noble 3 103 Okfuskee County Cases Deaths Nowata 100 1 Woodward 98 0 Johnston 94 1 Murray 90 1 Greer 88 8 Blaine 75 1 Tillman 69 1 Other 60 0 Coal 59 0 Major 52 1 Beaver 44 0 Kiowa 44 1 Washita 42 0 Harmon 39 0 Jefferson 36 0 Cotton 31 2 Woods 25 0 Grant 25 0 Dewey 21 1 Harper 17 0 Alfalfa 14 0 Cimarron 14 0 Roger Mills 13 1 Ellis 6 0 Total Recovered 49989 Choctaw Co. Recovered 213.