Thursday, January 19, 2017
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By Chad Waters   A severe weather storm slammed into Geary once again early this calendar year bringing with it sleet and freezing rain, which encased large swaths of Geary, northwestern Oklahoma and the central United States on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The storm system, dubbed “... + continue reading
Thursday, January 19, 2017
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By Chad Waters   The Geary Bison Wrestling team won its third-straight district title on Tuesday, January 17, in front of the friendly confines of the Stegall-Long Field House. Geary defeated the other five district teams by a combined 214 points, also giving the Bison their fourth title in... + continue reading
Thursday, January 19, 2017
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Junior Bison Wrestler Kendell Johnson was another one of the Bison wrestlers who went undefeated throughout the week from the Woodward Dual and in District Duals. “Kendell went down a weight this week, and he looked good,” coach Matt Kennedy said. “He looked really good on his... + continue reading
Thursday, January 19, 2017
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Senior Bison Wrestler Andrew Peck returned from a shoulder injury and went undefeated in his comeback at the Woodward Dual, and continued his streak throughout District Duals, winning some big matches in the process. “This was Andrew’s first time on the mat since early December, and he... + continue reading
Thursday, January 12, 2017
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By Chad Waters Staff Reporter   Not even a winter storm that slammed into Geary and other parts of Oklahoma could stop the longest-running wrestling tournament in the nation.   Four inches of snow covered the Town of Geary, but the 73rd annual Geary Invitational... + continue reading

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By Chad Waters Staff Reporter Despite being the lone 3A school at the 73rd-annual Geary Wrestling Tournament, Geary finished 14th overall and saw three Bison wrestlers place at this year’s tournament. Senior Ross Shawnee (160 lbs.) placed 5th, senior Jacob Base (182 lbs.) placed 4th, and... + continue reading
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By Eric Warsinskey Editor-in-Chief   A winter storm system slammed into Geary and parts west and south, as light snow began falling late Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017, and continued throughout the night and into the morning on Friday. Wind chill temperatures were below zero on Thursday... + continue reading
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Senior Bison Wrestler Dion Brown placed 3rd at this year’s Geary Tournament for the 220-pound weight class. Brown also won the Sportsmanship Award for the second-straight year. “Making it to the finals was awesome for him,” coach Matt Kennedy said. “And for him to get... + continue reading
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Junior Bison Wrestler Kendell Johnson was another one of the Bison wrestlers who went undefeated throughout the week from the Woodward Dual and in District Duals. “Kendell went down a weight... + continue reading

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Voters in Canadian County who want to have absentee ballots mailed to them for the February 14, 2017 Riverside School, Mustang School, Geary School, Okarche School, Deer Creek School, and Francis... + 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