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By Shirley HarkinsJim Green Magic Show, from Oklahoma City, performed at the Madill City-County Library on Thursday, June 29.Magic Jim performed two shows – one at 9:30 a.m. and another at 1 p.m.... + continue reading
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By Molly RaleyA severe storm hit Marshall County on Friday, June 30, leading into a Saturday-morning cleanup for many county workers. The storm also put numerous county citizens out of power for more... + continue reading
Thursday, July 6, 2017
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Rural Church Experiences Ongoing Revival with 32 Recent Baptisms By Chris DoyleLocated nine miles east of Madill’s town square is Madill, Little City. The rural church sits on Highway... + continue reading
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Meet Rooster! He is a house trained, 2-year-old mix pup we saved from the Ardmore Animal Shelter a couple of weeks ago.Rooster is a very laid back and happy dog. He was a candidate to be a nursing... + continue reading
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Eli McGahey, of Kingston, recently signed a Letter of Intent to ride broncs for the Southeastern Oklahoma State University Rodeo Team. McGahey is a 2017 graduate of Kingston High School and will... + continue reading

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07/06/2017
Madill Public School wants to introduce a newly formed organization. OCCC, Our Community Cares Coalition.The group will have their first meeting at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, July 6, in the Wildcat Den.A group representative said, “All concerned citizens are encourged to attend this organizational meeting where ideas will be shared and committees will be... + continue reading
06/22/2017
By Karen MapleOn May 17, 2016, Gov. Mary Fallin signed the Oklahoma Retail Protection Act of 2016, H.B. 2531, into law. The goal of this ACT is to collect sales tax not paid by Oklahomans who shop online.“According to Fallin, Seattlebased Amazon will begin voluntarily collecting state and local sales tax on March 1, and will remit them starting in... + continue reading

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The act of giving without expecting something in return is the true definition of kindness. One Oklahoma woman demonstrated the true definition of kindness and became her best friend’s hero.Alexa Kehl was diagnosed with diabetes when she was just 9 years old. Several years later, both of her kidneys were shutting down and working at a mere 12... + continue reading
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In May, Aaron Harding, of Madill, accepted a call to be the Senior Pastor of the Anadarko Church of the Nazarene, in Anadarko.He was installed by Dr. Jim Cooper, the District Superintendent of Southwest Oklahoma District Church of the Nazarene on June 4.Harding graduated as one of the top three students of his class from Madill High School in 2013... + continue reading
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The Kingston High School Cheer Team attended the UCA Camp June 5 through June 8 at the University of Oklahoma, in Norman, June 5 through June 8. They brought home three trophies – First Place for Sideline Chants, Second Place for their Cheer, and Third Place Overall. They also received all gold and blue Superior ribbons and brought home the Spirit... + continue reading

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The Kingston High School Cheer Team attended the UCA Camp June 5 through June 8 at the University of Oklahoma, in Norman, June 5 through June 8. They brought home three trophies – First Place for... + continue reading

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With the 2017 Oklahoma legislative session concluded, the final grades are now in and they run the gamut.Following each session since 2013, the Oklahoma Economic Report (OER) has feature comments and... + continue reading

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By Shirley HarkinsJim Green Magic Show, from Oklahoma City, performed at the Madill City-County Library on Thursday, June 29.Magic Jim performed two shows – one at 9:30 a.m. and another at 1 p.m.... + continue reading