Happy birthday to Valerye Haley, Ron Page, Gale Wilson, Rebecca Anne Mayes-Buck, Lee Reimer, Kyle Enox, Mark Galvin, Austin Mathews, Ava Midkiff, Victoria (Gracie) Rolin, Josh Lukens, Lauren Cleeland, Hayden Pace, Juana Espinoza, Joe Zamora, Dale Haynes, Miguel Montelongo, Rigoberto Carrillo, Jim Fleming, Charles E. Foutch, Maria Garcia, Edward Pacheco, Sergio Romero, Esmeralda Aguinaga, Fatima Diaz and Sarah Dye.
Washington High School will hold graduation ceremonies Saturday, May 20, at 3 p.m. at the Washington Event Center.
Congratulations to the WHS graduates.
School is out all over the Heart of Oklahoma.
Crosswalks and neighborhood streets will be filled with children celebrating the beginning of summer.
The message is simple: Mortorists - Put down the phone, stay alert and watch out for these precious, vulnerable children.
The Pioneer Library System invites community members of all ages to have their best summer ever with Summer Learning Challenge 2023!
Ashley Welke, Director of Community Engagement & Learning at PLS, knows just how crucial this time of year is for students.
“Summer is such an important time! Our goal with SLC is to prevent summer learning loss and engage community members of all ages in connecting, reading, and learning. Research shows that students who fall behind over the summer are less likely to graduate from high school or go on to college,” Welke shared.
Running through August 15, SLC encourages participants to log their time spent reading and learning. Once logged, each minute of learning becomes one point, and that point goes toward a community goal of 11 million points.
For more information about Pioneer Library System’s Summer Learning Challenge and related events, please visit pioneer.beanstack.org and pioneerlibrarysystem.org.
The Purcell Register will be closed on Monday, May 29, in observance of Memorial Day.
The office will be open at 8 a.m. Tuesday morning and all deadlines will remain the same.
This recipe is perfect as a dip or as a meal!
Crockpot Queso Chicken
3 boneless skinless chicken breasts
1 tbsp. taco seasoning
10 oz. Rotel diced tomatoes and green chilis
8 oz. cream cheese
16 oz. queso cheese
Prepare the liner of the crock pot with a nonstick cooking spray.
Add the chicken breasts to the bottom of the liner.
Top the chicken breasts with taco seasoning. Add the diced cream cheese and the cubed queso and then top with the diced tomatoes and green chilis.
Cover and cook on high for 3 hours or on low for 7 hours.
Remove the lid and shred the chicken breasts using two forks. Stir the contents well and serve as desired.
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