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August 3rd

Horse rescue group saves two in six months

August 3, 2011

With the economic situation impacting our nation, most citizens have felt the financial restrains, not to mention the growing frustration with paychecks that don’t seem to stretch as far as they used to.

A local resident, LeAnn Rees, owner and operator or TLR Youth Ranch and Horse Rescue, has seen the impact up close and personal with horrifying realty that she can not turn a blind eye to. In the past six months she has rescued two horses that were in critical condition, or would have been shortly.

Post offices face possible closure

August 3, 2011

Two county post offices are in the cross-hairs of a study involving the closure of 3,700 post offices across the country.

Post offices in Finley and Snow are among 100 in Oklahoma, which are included in this study. According to a press release by the United States Postal Service, the trend towards using online postal services led to a decision to "right size" its retail network. The study will be used to "determine the customer needs," and a retail-replacement option would be offered to those communities affected by office closures.

One Family’s Wish to Raise Drug Awareness

August 3, 2011

On Friday, July 22, 2011, Jeff Hamill, a young, attractive, and highly intelligent young man left this world at his own hands after years of battling drug addiction. Jeff was born on October 27th , 1975. He was the son of Shelby Hamill of Rattan Oklahoma and the father of Jagger Hamill, age 9, Talyn Hamill, age 5 and Cash Hamill, age 3, all of Hugo, Oklahoma. He was an accomplished drummer, very charismatic, a wonderful son and an attentive father.

On Thursday the LadyCats had a rough start in the tournament losing to Rattan moving them to...
Bearcats make it further than any boy’s basketball team in AHS history!! By: Jenifer Smith
The 2014 Quad County Conference All-Conference All Star Game and team members have been set...

 

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