Seiling Public Schools had their Annual Spook Walk on Halloween Day as approximately 200 students from Pre-K through 6th grade made the walk through the downtown area while trick-or-treating local

Helen Sander has seen a lot of changes over the nearly two decades in which she has coordinated the Seiling Academic Teams. And a lot of success during that time frame as well.

Voters will go to the polls on Tuesday for the General Election.

Please keep the following information and tips in mind as the election approaches.


Seiling Halloween Carnival costume award winners were recognized with awards from babies all the way up to seniors in high school. (


The year was 1765, the Parliament of the British Empire had decided they would impose a direct tax on the British colonies on the American continent.

Voters will be asked in November to decide the fate of State Question 793, which would amend the state constitution, opening the door for Oklahoma eye doctors and opticians to operate stores inside


Seiling NW Prime 7th grade team members are pictured top row from left: Karley Smart, Alli Hedges, Braci Nyberg, Khyler Whetston, Isabella Hammons and Coach Jeremy Hammons.

The Seiling 5th/6th basketball teams traveled to Hydro last week for their first games of the season.

In the first game of the night the 5th grade girls defeated Hydro-Eakly, 13-4.

Seiling Choir students were selected to and performed with the 2018 WOCDA Honor Choirs at the Kelli O’Hara Center of Performing Arts at Elk City.

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