Pandemic raises prices, questions arise about food supply chain
Yard of the Week
Goliath Designs opens for business Saturday
Pair of Seiling freshmen compete in OKC tournament
Louthan has big week for Skills 17U baseball
Livingston selected as rodeo parade grand marshall


Rodeo Week is off and running with the 35th Annual Seiling Open Rodeo beginning Thursday evening July at the Flying W Arena. The rodeo will continue each evening through Saturday at 8 p.m.

Pandemic raises prices, questions arise about food supply chain

As grocery stores became even more essential for communities across the country during the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic, meat prices quickly spiked in response.

Yard of the Week

This week’s Seiling Chamber of Commerce Yard of the Week belongs Tommy Varnell and Robin Flowers, located on N. Orange St. Their yard is great example of routine, hard work and community pride.


Revolutions are Messy

There are many sayings about revolutions, but my favorite is simply, “Revolutions are messy.” This seems to sum up the majority of the world’s revolutions, despite who wins or loses.

More than 250 environmental groups recently petitioned House Democratic leaders to embrace the Green New Deal. They claim banning fossil fuels is the key to ending climate change.

Get well soon Governor Stitt

It was announced last week that Gov. Kevin Stitt has become the first governor in the U.S. to test positive for COVID-19.

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Hamar and Hammons close out summer schedule

Seiling’s Noah Hammons and Braxton Hamar wrapped up the summer hoops season with 3T’s Basketball earlier in the month.

It’s been a busy offseason for Seiling’s Ethan Louthan who has been competing for Skills Baseball 17U this summer.

Dewey County student Chase Calkins was recently honored by the Oklahoma State University Ferguson College of Agriculture with an academic scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year.

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