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Arguing Oklahoma’s rights to due process were “severely taken” by the U.S. Supreme Court’s McGirt’s ruling in 2020, Oklahoma Attorney General John O’Connor is … more
Free school supplies are nothing to be scoffed at. The congregation of Landmark Church’s 12th annual Heart of Oklahoma Back to School Bash is Saturday in downtown Purcell. The event … more
A Lexington couple escaped serious injury in a wreck late Saturday afernoon that landed the occupants of the other vehicle in the hospital. William Logemann, 56, and Jean Logemann, 61, walked away … more
A Lexington man who claimed he was an FBI agent is charged in McClain County District Court with two felonies and two misdemeanors. The charges against Christopher W. Ferrell, 29, are second … more
The following persons have been charged by the State of Oklahoma with traffic or other violations or have filed other court actions in McClain County District Court between July 22-28, … more
School Begins When school bells ring to signal the start of the 2021-22 school year bells should also go off inside drivers’ heads to drive safely. Thousands of students will be hurrying … more
A Nichols Hills man is believed responsible for a rash of church burglaries, including the January break-in at Johnson Road Baptist Church. Sterling C. Morris, 35, is charged in McClain County … more
(Editor’s note: This is the fourth installment of a series on broomcorn) Once the seed has been threshed from the bush, the heads of its 18-inch long fibers are placed on the slats in the … more
Go ahead. Ask Evan Boothe a question. Any question. Short odds are the 2021 Washington High School graduate knows the answer. Evan is that smart. If proof is needed, one need look no further … more
The numbers on the map aren’t good. Neither are the colors which show counties that were well on the way to being COVID-free in late May are anything but as of late July. And that’s a … more
McClain County Commissioners approved a legal services agreement during their July 19 meeting for a Tax Increment Finance district Project Plan, which if eventually approved, would place public … more
Purcell native Bert Seabourn is being honored at the ArtNow 2021 art exhibit in Oklahoma City. Seabourn, a 1950 graduate of Purcell High School, is the featured artist in the exhibit at the … more
Purcell Municipal Hospital will have a new chief executive officer soon, the Purcell Public Works Authority learned Monday. Chris Wright will begin work August 16. He is currently director of … more
The following persons have been charged by the State of Oklahoma with traffic or other violations or have filed other court actions in McClain County District Court between July 15-21, … more
Working together we can beautify our community! The City of Purcell may issue a citation in the amount of $249 if you are in violation of any of the following: 1. Trash and or debris on your … more
Times for the Purcell open houses at the elementary and intermediate schools have been released. Classes begin in Purcell, Washington and Lexington August 12. In-service for Purcell is August 9 … more
A 2007 graduate of Purcell High School will soon be the head of Psychiatry for the Oklahoma City Veteran’s Hospital. Dr. Anthony Miles Morris graduated from the OU College of Medicine with a … more
(Editor’s note: This is the third installment of a series on broomcorn) Broomcorn Johnny Essentials The seed threshing operation is yet another of the broomcorn industry’s less … more
Life tossed a career curve ball at Val Blackburn in the 1980s. She wasn’t the only one. It was a time of economic upheaval – a bust of unparalleled scope hard on the heels of the … more
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