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Lexington Chamber of Commerce recently had a lamppost decoration contest downtown. Several organizations, businesses and people adopted a post and surprised everyone with their creativity. The … more
If the Oklahoma Mesonet forecast  holds, this week will bring welcome relief on two fronts – temperature and rainfall. And that’s good news to anyone looking at the state’s … more
A visitor meeting Mike Rogers for the first time might well take one look and ask, “Marine Corps?” “No,” he’ll answer with a wry smile. “Twenty-six years … more
Both the Lexington Police Department and school administrators are currently investigating messages written on bathroom walls possibly  threatening an explosion at the school. The first one … more
Proving “Dragons Got Game,” Purcell High School will play their homecoming game Friday against the Christian Heritage Academy Crusaders at Conger Field Stadium. Immediately preceding … 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 September 9-15, 2021. … 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
McClain County District 2 has awarded a $5.1 million dollar project on 180th Street set to begin no later than October 4. That’s the word from county commissioner Wilson Lyles. The … more
The building boom around Washington hasn’t gone unnoticed. Far from it at Washington Public Schools where enrollment jumped an incredible 13.1  percent between the last day of classes … more
A royal event will take center field at Friday’s homecoming game for Wayne High School. The Wayne Bulldogs will tangle with the Wynnewood Savages – but not until a queen and king have … more
For going on five decades, Bud Hardcastle has chased down a legend. At 82, he admits he’s “getting a little old to be traipsing up and down the side of a mountain.” But … more
Due to a water outage, Mid-America Technology Center in Wayne was closed Tuesday. Superintendent Mike Eubank reported to The Purcell Register the school has been without water since last … more
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