Miranda from Extreme Animals had a large audience of area youngsters for the final summer library series activity of the year.
For more than two decades Jimmy and Ginger Emmons have been dedicated to conservation.
By Sage LeBlanc Staff Writer
Children and residents of all ages celebrated the July 4th holiday with plenty of activities during Chester’s Annual festivities.
OKLAHOMA CITY – A chemistry investigation on the composition of milk, robotics in agriculture, and solving a crime in a wheat field – each of these are agricultural lessons that can be taught in cl
High Plains Technology Center recently held its graduation ceremony for the Practical Nursing program in the Delores Jones Seminar Room at the Tech Center.
I’ve been with Trail Miller Co., LLC for over a year. While not a real long time, I’ve learned so much about the newspaper business.
By Lia Hillman
Football season is inching0 closer, and while July usually means the Seiling Wildcats are entrenched in their strength and conditioning program, Coach Gary Manuel chose to break up the monotony by
By Austin Smith Sports Editor
CLINTON – The Leedey coach pitch baseball team led by Lance Carpenter put together a sensational run to the OK Kids State Tournament last weekend before dropping a pair of games to rugged opponents
By Kevin Farr Managing Editor
Alee Hunt from Seiling Public Schools recently participated in the Southwestern Oklahoma State University Choral Camp along with a number of students from across western Oklahoma.