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Purcell Junior High students attended the State TSA Leadership Conference in Norman April 13-15. Eighth graders attending were McKenna Martin, Paisley Nichols, Mandolin Keely, Dylan Smith, Shiv … more
Purcell residents living north south of Highway 39 need to have brush and limbs at the curb by Sunday, May 8. The city will pick up that debris between Monday, May 9,  and Friday, May … more
The Heart of Oklahoma received a soaking rain last Saturday night and during the day on Sunday. That’s when 2.3” was recorded here. An additional .3” fell Sunday night bringing … more
2021-22 building Teachers of the Year have been announced at Purcell and Lexington with the District-wide announcements coming later. In Purcell the high school Teacher of the Year is counselor … more
Editor’s note: Answering  The Purcell Register’s five questions this week is Trace Steele, owner of Trace’s Tackle Plus LLC. Q: How did you decide to open a tackle shop in … more
Robin Frankenberg’s life has been one of twists and turns – so many that she can talk about her five different lives. She was born in southern Michigan where she grew up with ponies in … more
The Special Election in Goldsby to frame a charter for its government will be held May 13. Mayor Glenn Berglan issued a proclamation after the town’s Board of Trustees voted to allow the … more
Purcell Mayor Ted Cox was honored last Thursday at the Heart of Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce banquet as the Purcell Citizen of the Year. Tabbed as the co-Goldsby Citizens of the Year were Ronny … more
The Heart of Oklahoma welcomed its newest member last week at a ribbon cutting. The Tactical Six gun shop provided snacks and had a good turnout for their event last Friday. 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 April 7-13, … more
Grass Clippings From: Code Enforcement We appreciate the hard work you do in keeping your property mowed. This is just a reminder that you are not allowed to deposit the clippings in the street … more
KQTR-FM,93.9. The Horse, Purcell In 2012, Purcell City Manager Dale Bunn learned that the FCC was taking applications for low power (LP) FM radio stations. LP stations cover an area about the size … more
An Oklahoma City man was admitted to OU Medical Center in serious condition after a one vehicle accident west of Purcell on SH 39. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said Cody Campbell, 28, of Oklahoma … more
A meeting of the public and the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority at Newcastle Monday night was, for the most part, informational and communicative for those attending. There also were organizers from … more
Purcell residents living north of Grant Street need to have brush and limbs at the curb by Sunday, May 1. The city will pick up that debris between Monday, May 2,  and Friday, May 6. There … more
Editor’s note: Answering  The Purcell Register’s five questions this week is Gisela Wolfinbarger, owner of The Grand Canadian Theater. Q: What got you interested in being a … more
A shared dream for a McClain County couple was realized in February when a long vacant coffee shop on State Highway 74 north of Washington reopened. Alison Higgins recently shared the Trek Coffee … more
Purcell Police have been hosting a CIT School at city hall this week. The school is about Police Crisis Intervention training. Officers from Cleveland County, Stephens County, Minco, Oklahoma … more
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