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It’s time to nominate someone as Purcell’s Citizen of the Year for 2023. Accompanying the nominee’s name must be a statement why he or she deserves to be Citizen of the Year. … more
The Purcell Public Schools Board of Education voted to leave the board organization unchanged at their regular meeting Monday night. Tracy Folsom will remain president and Kevin Andrews vice … more
Greg Wheat and Joseph Franco were sworn in as Purcell’s newest city council members Monday night. Both members will serve a term from April 2024 to April 2027. Purcell Mayor Graham … more
Two people were arrested and one treated for minor injuries after a report of shots fired on N. 8th Ave. in Purcell late Tuesday, April 2. Police were called to 1009 N. 8th Ave. at 11:41 Tuesday … more
The Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) Criminal Investigations Division (CID) seeks the public’s assistance in locating 58-year-old Thurman Wesley Condon Jr. Condon is wanted … more
The old full truss bridge on the far north edge of Washington – well known to many locals – will soon be replaced with a modern bridge. The bridge, located on Walnut Creek Ave., … 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 March 21-27, 2024. … more
Wednesday was the first day of filings for county and statewide offices for the 2024 general election. In McClain County, Sheriff Landy Offolter, District No. 2 County Commissioner and District … more
Inappropriate sexual contact between a female correctional officer and an inmate at Lexington Assessment and Reception Center has resulted in her arrest. The Oklahoma Department of Corrections … more
Purcell Public Schools is pleased to provide students and the community with a Summer Feeding Program again this year. This program is open to children ages 18 and under. You do not have to be a … more
Purcell’s City Council voted to continue with Dillon and Associations for auditing services for the 2023-24 fiscal year. That action came during the council’s regular April meeting … more
A pair of area men are marching John Phillip Sousa style toward publishing a book about hometown bands of yesteryear and they could use your help. Purcell had a band, Lexington had one and Byars … 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 March 14-20, 2024. … more
Guests at Purcell’s Rotary Club meeting March 20 were visiting Landmark Church. Pastor Justin Blankenship is a Rotary member and brought the group for lunch. From left are Gugu Ngcobo, … more
It’s time to nominate someone as Purcell’s Citizen of the Year for 2023. Accompanying the nominee’s name must be a statement why he or she deserves to be Citizen of the Year. … more
Purcell native Jason Benefiel is retiring from the Purcell Fire Department after 25 years of service. Jason was born at Purcell Municipal Hospital May 1, 1974. He attended Purcell schools … more
It’s never too soon to get prepared for the wild and sometimes wicked spring weather in Oklahoma. It’s best to be in a storm shelter. Residents are reminded there are no public … more
Trial, conviction, crucifixion and resurrection are the core of Christianity. … more
Celebrations for the upcoming solar eclipse are underway at the Pioneer Library System, with events happening throughout its service area now through April 8, the day of the eclipse. … more
Editor’s note: Answering   The Purcell Register ’s five questions this week is Dustin Green, the owner of That Shop, 209 W. Main, in Purcell. Q. How did you get into the … more
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