Buncombe Creek Volunteer Fire Department

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Buncombe Creek Volunteer Fire Department firefighters Ryan Burke, Denis Breault and John Callaway are part of a group participating in the Flashover Simulator.

Real Decisions and Moderation

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Our lives are the summation of our decisions. We can decide to go forward. We can decide to stay the same. We can decide to make critical decisions that can

Medicaid won’t reduce inflated hospital bills

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Most of us have heard of someone who received a wildly implausible bill from a hospital. Among the examples compiled by the website, thehealthy.com, were hospitals that charged $15 per

Mullin It Over: Even One Overdose Is Too Many

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Editor’s Note: The Madill Record received the below column from Congressman Mullin on the morning we went to press with last week’s issue. Although the column does reference President Donald

Family Shelter of Southern Oklahoma serves five counties

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The world is changing and even rural communities like Marshall County are susceptible to domestic violence. The Madill Record has pointed out multiple Domestic Assault charges and convictions in the

A new mayor on the horizon?

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On September 9, at the Oakland monthly town council meeting, Mayor John Moss ended the event with a bombshell with his announcement surprising everybody in attendance. He announced he wants

Time served?

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Crime seems to be on the rise, and it seems it might not stop. Over the past few years, Oklahoma has seen a high increase in crimes. One suspect might

Chickasaw Community Radio expands to reach Tishomingo area

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Just in time for its 10-year anniversary, KCNP Chickasaw Community Radio expanded to include the historic Chickasaw Nation capital city of Tishomingo, reaching approximately 15,000 additional listeners. “We expanded the

Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting,Festival Begins Sept. 27

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A time of reunion, fellowship and cultural pride; the Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting and Festival gets underway Sept. 27 and continues through Oct. 5. This year marks the 59th Annual

Family Shelter of Southern Oklahoma serves five counties

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The world is changing and even rural communities like Marshall County are susceptible to domestic violence. The Madill Record has pointed out multiple Domestic Assault charges and convictions in the

A new mayor on the horizon?

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On September 9, at the Oakland monthly town council meeting, Mayor John Moss ended the event with a bombshell with his announcement surprising everybody in attendance. He announced he wants

Time served?

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Crime seems to be on the rise, and it seems it might not stop. Over the past few years, Oklahoma has seen a high increase in crimes. One suspect might
Buncombe Creek Volunteer Fire Department

Buncombe Creek Volunteer Fire Department

Buncombe Creek Volunteer Fire Department firefighters Ryan Burke, Denis Breault and John Callaway are part of a group participating in the Flashover Simulator. The trio spent the weekend of September 13 training in McAlester.

Recovery Group Meets Three Days a Week

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Celebrate Recovery meets from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesdays at the Kingston United Methodist Church, 100 N. Willis, 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Thursdays at the Kingston

Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting,Festival Begins Sept. 27

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A time of reunion, fellowship and cultural pride; the Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting and Festival gets underway Sept. 27 and continues through Oct. 5. This year marks the 59th Annual

Chickasaw Community Radio expands to reach Tishomingo area

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Just in time for its 10-year anniversary, KCNP Chickasaw Community Radio expanded to include the historic Chickasaw Nation capital city of Tishomingo, reaching approximately 15,000 additional listeners. “We expanded the

HEARTBREAKER

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The new turf at Blake Smiley didn’t get broken in with a win as was the plan for many Madill fans on Sept. 13. Instead, it was the visiting Lone

Redskins smother Wampus Cats to go 2-0

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Game 2 of the high school football season was Friday the 13th, with a full moon. Despite the cooler weather, courtesy of a late-afternoon rain shower, the portents were there

The right response to the wrong call

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I’m not sure if I’m allowed to call out officials as a reporter. However, I was at last Friday’s Lone Grove-Madill football game and there was a big no-call at