Thursday, August 18, 2016
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By Chad Waters The Lady Bison Fast-Pitch varsity team concluded their first week of the regular season, playing in five games. Geary split the first two games of the season on Thursday, August 11th, against Dover and Covington-Douglas. In the first game against Dover the Lady Bison grabbed an... + continue reading
Thursday, August 18, 2016
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By Chad Waters The Lady Bison Fast-Pitch varsity team concluded their first week of the regular season, playing in five games. Geary split the first two games of the season on Thursday, August 11th, against Dover and Covington-Douglas. In the first game against Dover the Lady Bison grabbed an... + continue reading
Thursday, August 18, 2016
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By  Ian Pribanic The 2016-2017 school year is underway, and today marks one official week backto- school for Geary Public School students. “The start of the schoolyear is always a little hectic getting everybody in the right place and at the right time,” said Todd Glasgow, Geary... + continue reading
Thursday, August 18, 2016
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By  Ian Pribanic With no less than four new enterprises expected to open up shop within the next year, business is booming in the Town of Hinton, and residents may soon reap the rewards of big wind energy as Florida-based NextEra Energy Resources eyes the Hinton and Northern Caddo County... + continue reading
Thursday, August 18, 2016
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By Chad Waters Trevon Hartfield, Watonga High School 2010 graduate, saw his first action as an NFL player on Friday, August 12th. The Arizona Cardinals opened up their preseason slate of games in a 31-10 loss against the Oakland Raiders at the University of Phoenix Stadium. As Hartfield ran out of... + continue reading

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By Ian Pribanic Watonga-based non-profit music series Live At The Liberty will continue its tradition of supporting talented and original artists when it welcomes critically acclaimed group, The Mulligan Brothers, to the historic Liberty Theatre in... + continue reading
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By Chad Waters   Geary Public Schools officially start the new school year on August, 11, 2016. With the first day of school coming up in less than a week Geary students will finish enrolling and getting their last bit of school supplies, and new Geary... + continue reading

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By Chad Waters Geary High School hosted its inaugural media day for the football and softball teams on Saturday, August 13th, 2016. Individual and team pictures were taken on the Geary football and softball fields for the newspaper, yearbook and several other photo opportunities. Shelly McMasters... + continue reading
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By Ian Pribanic   Bison Athletes End Summer with Cook-Out Blow-Out     To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.    + continue reading
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By Ian Pribanic   School supplies shopping is done, teacher trainings are complete and the Geary Public Schools 2016-2017 schoolyear is officially underway today, Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016.     To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition... + continue reading
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08/18/2016 - 0 comment(s)
By Chad Waters The Lady Bison Fast-Pitch varsity team concluded their first week of the regular season, playing in five games. Geary split the first two games of the season on Thursday, August 11th... + continue reading

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By Shawna Polen   While recreating in rural western Oklahoma, it is not uncommon to see a cottontail rabbit munching on a dandelion, a red-naped sapsucker woodpecker... + continue reading

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by Arthur Jacobs The Longest Walk 5 – War on Drugs and Domestic Violence made its way into Oklahoma yesterday and will be in the state for at least the next week. Along the route, local runners... + continue reading