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Plummer Defeats Interim Mayor And Bond Passes


August 27, 2014
     By Paul Joseph, News Director
Cordell voters have elected a new mayor and passed a multi-million dollar school bond.
Relative political new-comer Bob Plummer (on left in photo) defeated the interim Cordell Mayor Rickey Oliver (right) in yesterday’s election and primary runoff races.
 

Two People Plead Guilty On Drug Possession Charges


August 27, 2014
     By Paul Joseph, News Director
Two people from Oklahoma City have pleaded guilty on drug paraphernalia possession charges and have received one-year suspended sentences in the Beckham County Detention Center.
 

Candidate Black Says Education is The Issue


August 27, 2014
     By Paul Joseph
Candidate for District 26 state Senate, Kevin Black says that education will be the number one issue in Oklahoma this next election cycle.
 

Elk City Gets First Industrial Park Commitment


August 26, 2014
     By Paul Joseph, News Director
After getting close two other times, Elk City may soon get their first industrial park commitment.
 

Personal Injury Accident Harris


August 26, 2014
     By Paul Joseph, News Director
A Sayre man is recuperating in an Elk City hospital after a Sunday afternoon accident.
 

A Bit of the Old West at the Rodeo


August 25, 2014
     By Paul Joseph, News Director
It’s going to be wild and western at this year’s Elk City Rodeo.  A wild animal trainer, outlaw, rancher, and rodeo entertainer extraordinaire will be rolling into town.
 

Meet the Cordell Mayoral Candidates


August 25, 2014
     By Paul Joseph, News Director
Besides the state wide races tomorrow, Cordell voters will decide upon a new mayor and school district voters will be deciding whether or not to approve an almost $5.5-million-dollar bond issue.  
 

Enrollments Generally Up in the Area


August 25, 2014
     By Paul Joseph, News Director
School enrollments in Western Oklahoma and along the I-40 corridor are generally up according to a recent check.
 

Blood Drive in Elk City


August 25, 2014
     By Paul Joseph, News Director
There is no substitute for blood.  The Elk City Kiwanis Club is providing an opportunity for saving lives tomorrow with a summer-time blood drive.
 
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