After discussing the Employee Handbook and disagreeing on its interpretation, the County Commissioners moved on without settling the interpretation of the Employee Handbook during their meeting las
By Mack Miller
Oklahoma public school districts are bracing for additional funding cuts this school year and next, even as they currently struggle to teach students during a pandemic with fewer state dollars.
By Kathryn Mcnutt
Pioneer Telephone is excited to announce it will once again be helping Santa connect with eager boys and girls.
In lieu of our generation’s lack of respect for history, this year’s presidential election was not unprecedented.
Our nation has seen close presidential elections before.
By Paul Laubach
Now that Election Day is behind us, new and returning lawmakers in both parties are looking ahead to next year. They’re strategizing for what surely will be a momentous legislative session.
By Erik Paulsen
Research into vaccines and treatments for the coronavirus could soon stall for an unexpected reason -- a lack of research animals.
By Matthew R. Bailey
The Lady Cats didn’t get to have their typical offseason that has helped Seiling turn into one of the more prominent basketball programs in Oklahoma.
By Austin Smith
Three years ago, Seiling had a basketball team that combined the right amount of experience, youth and talent to see them go 26-0 and reach the State Tournament.
By Austin Smith Sports Editor
Seiling art students helped spruce up the downtown area by painting holiday pictures on store front windows.