Lucky Star Casinos and tribal services shut down because of ongoing coronavirus pandemic
 Selling baseball season opens with road split
Elliott and Gregory qualify for State Powerlifting
Chamber Sweetheart Night is great success
National Poison Prevention Week starting Sunda
Sen. Murdock garners prestigious Farm Bureau Champion Award

News

The COVID-19 virus has obviously created a sense of alarm and concern. It seems there is new information being presented almost hourly.

Lucky Star Casinos and tribal services shut down because of ongoing coronavirus pandemic

Last Friday, Governor Reggie Wassana of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes declared a State of Emergency in response to the recent threat of COVID-19, ceasing tribal programs and casino operations unt

With Spring officially beginning last week, Facebook is providing Oklahoma governments and residents additional tools and resources to prepare and manage what is expected to be an active tornado se

Opinion

Coronavirus pandemic expected to affect budget

There have been a lot of changes in the state in just the past week due to COVID-19. But first and foremost, I continue to tell people not to panic.

In a matter of hours, the world in which we live changed last week, and that change started right here in Oklahoma.

The emphasis on “public distancing” to combat the COVID-19/coronavirus should not be mistranslated into an edict to stop caring or taking necessary action.

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Sports

As of last week, all sporting events involving Seiling Public Schools have been suspended due to the recent pandemic of COVID-19.

 Selling baseball season opens with road split

By Austin Smith Sports Editor

Last week was meant to be the start of the Junior High baseball season, but both Monday’s contest against Shattuck and Friday’s contest against Thomas were cancelled for various reasons.

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