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As a result of recent severe storms and tornadoes, the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission (OESC) is accepting applications for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA), which is an unemployment … more
Monday morning’s deluge dumped 3.2” of rain in Purcell. That coupled with the .3 that was recorded overnight, hiked the 24-hour total here to 3.5”. Another 1.1” of rain … more
A journalism student at the University of Oklahoma and avid pool player, Katrina Crumbacher has joined The Purcell Register staff as its next summer intern. She recently returned to Oklahoma … more
Members of the Lexington Rural Fire Association should have now received letters reminding them it is time to renew their membership. The membership year runs from July 1, 2024 to June 30, 2025. … more
Two people from Texas were treated for injuries after a two-vehicle traffic accident at the intersection of SH 74 and SH 59 last Wednesday afternoon. Investigating OHP Trooper Byron Pletcher … more
Purcell’s Parker Page, who will be a senior at PHS next fall, has graduated from the American Legion Oklahoma Boys State. Begun in 1935, Boys State is a unique program that educates future … more
A regularly scheduled Purcell City Council meeting on Monday lasted until nearly 11 p.m. after a debate about the implications of approving a planned unit development near Interstate 35’s … 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 May 16-22, 2024. … more
The third annual Walk the Trail Day will be held at Purcell Lake on Saturday. The event, hosted by City of Purcell Parks and Recreation, begins at 10:30 a.m. Various community businesses … more
The McClain County Sheriff’s Department is investigating scam calls that are occurring in the Purcell area. According to authorities, the caller identifies himself as a Lt. Davenport of … more
The Oklahoma airwaves have been filled with a smackdown between an incumbent political legend and a newcomer with deep pockets who recently moved into the state. Paul L. Bondar said he’s … more
A pair of Purcell seniors-to-be are attending Girls State this week in Edmond on the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma. Ellie Feroli and Kate Ginn will spend the week of May 26 … more
Gov. Kevin Stitt signed into law Senate Bill 1668, authored by Sen. John Haste, R-Broken Arrow. This important legislation provides Oklahoma sheriffs with the authority to contract with private … more
Dax Beason, along with his Lexington High School teammates, traveled and competed in the high school boys division of the national archery tournament in Louisville, Ky., May 8-10. Dax shot a 297 in … more
An Oklahoma City man was arrested in western McClain County for assault and battery against a family of four. McClain County Sheriff Landy Offolter said a call of road rage came in Friday morning … more
The City of Purcell has set free limb/brush collection for curbside pickup for the time frame of May 6 to May 31. Purcell residents living west of Green Ave. between Grant Street and Highway 39 … more
Mid-America Technology Center hosted a candidate forum for State Senate candidates for District 43. Incumbent Senator Jessica Garvin and challenger and current McClain County Assessor Kendal … more
A case overseen by the Cleveland County Sheriff's Office (CCSO) Criminal Investigation Division (CID) reached its conclusion when a Lexington man, charged with six felony counts of sex crimes, pled … more
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