Medicare-age citizens are encouraged to be aware of a scam currently being reported in the Weatherford area. Callers are telling citizens they need to replace their Medicare card with a new plastic credit card-style card. They also are then asking for information such as Medicare number on their…
RUSSELLVILLE, Arkansas — Tuesday, the Great American Conference announced its Council of Presidents approved a series of return to play protocols which the league will implement in conjunction with the start of the spring sport seasons. For volleyball, teams must have seven healthy players to…
Oklahoma National Guard (OKNG) will be assisting security at the Oklahoma State Capital building and the U.S. Capital building in preparation for the presidential inauguration. Today President-elect Joe Biden will officially take oath of office in place of President Donald Trump. In preparation…
Monday, Weatherford High School Spanish Teacher Sheri King was named the Weatherford Public Schools District Teacher of the Year. King was named WHS Teacher of the Year in December and received $500 from the Magill Agency, along with the other four school site teachers of the year. King received…
The Oklahoma State Departmen of Health is reporting 82 active COVID-19 cases in Weatherford and 14 total deaths. Custer County currently has 219 total active cases and 39 deaths. Washita County has 73 active cases and five total deaths. Tuesday, SWOSU reported 16 known active COVID-19 cases at…
Tuesday, the Custer County Board of Commissioners discussed switching to a fiber phone service plan for the courthouse with a representative from AT&T during its regular meeting Tuesday morning. The board spoke with Shelby Womack, who said they had the option to continue with their current…
OKLAHOMA CITY — In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Oklahoma's annual student count shows its first decrease in overall public school enrollment in 19 years. Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE) data shows 694,113 students enrolled in pre-k through 12th grade for 2020-21, a decline…
Now is the perfect time to create more living space in your home. Whether you need a place to take a break from daily stressors, get some work done or host friends and family, look no further than your own garage. For many, the garage is simply a place to park the car, store tools and bikes, and…
Nationwide Small groups of right-wing protesters — some carrying rifles — gathered outside heavily fortified statehouses around the country Sunday, outnumbered by National Guard troops and police brought in to prevent a repeat of the violence which erupted at the U.S. Capitol. As darkness fell,…
Statewide The number of Oklahomans filing to continue their unemployment benefits continued to decline, the Associated Press reported. The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission reported the 4-week moving average of claims to continue unemployment benefits decreased for the 29th consecutive week…
Plaintiff’s attorneys withdraw from nuisance case involving the City of Weatherford. The plaintiffs are Jasmine Digital Graphics LLC, John Henson, Misti Miller, Joshua Francis, William Hoffman, Rebecca Smith and Jessie Mars-Walling. According to court records, Attorneys J. Michael Entz, Jeffrey…
RUSSELLVILLE, Arkansas — Tuesday, the Great American Conference announced its Council of Presidents…
Oklahoma National Guard (OKNG) will be assisting security at the Oklahoma State Capital building…
The SWOSU Lady Bulldogs Cross Country team has faced challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, but…
Medicare-age citizens are encouraged to be aware of a scam currently being reported in the Weatherford area. Callers are telling citizens they need to replace their Medicare card with a new plastic credit card-style card.
Marriages Amy Lynette Peoples and Douglas Bryan Ward. Divorces Jane Pena Vazquez v. Sandra Marquez Rodriguez. Odelkis Gonzalez Martinez v. Geovany Alberto…
Plaintiff’s attorneys withdraw from nuisance case involving the City of Weatherford. The plaintiffs are Jasmine Digital Graphics LLC, John Henson, Misti…
Statewide The number of Oklahomans filing to continue their unemployment benefits continued to decline, the Associated Press reported. The Oklahoma…
The SWOSU Bulldogs golf team is back into action this spring and is ready to hit the course. In 2019, SWOSU competed well in the regional tournament and were…
SWOSU rodeo returns to action this spring and head coach Mike Visnieski said he is grateful to return. “I am extremely excited and very thankful for this…
The Southwestern Oklahoma State Lady Bulldogs basketball team has made the postseason three of the past five seasons and has had five straight seasons of 20 or…