Big catch, bigger fine

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A Kingston resident is facing 32 misdemeanor charges and thousands of dollars in fines for being greedy. At the beginning of August, Shannon Newsom was caught with his hand in

Two studies that impact families

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Over the summer months, Oklahoma state lawmakers are dedicated to preparing for the upcoming legislative session. One way they do this is through the interim study process. Each lawmaker can

An Epic fail by any other name

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It has not, to put it mildly, been a good couple months for David Chaney and Ben Harris, co-founders of Epic Charter Schools, Oklahoma’s largest virtual charter school. Launched in

Local scout shares take on football

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Hello, This is Kye Wright. I am sending this email to help advance my ranking in Boy Scout Troop 10 here in Madill. Thanks for your time. Football is what

Hey Internet, where’s the actual news?

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If you are anything like the staff of The Madill Record you watch or read a lot of news and talk about it at work. There is always some hot

A GENDER REVEAL

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On August 8, The Madill Record posted on Facebook about a big marijuana bust, sparking a colorful debate on the gender of the confiscated cannabis. This is a question that

Kingston’s stoplight is temporary fix

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Most Marshall County residents are aware that the lone stoplight in Kingston was out of commission earlier this summer, leaving motorists with a four-way stop sign at the intersection of

THIS IS ONLY A DRILL

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For anybody passing through Kingston on 377 on August 23 and 24 do not be alarmed. The Marshall County Emergency Management Department, along with various other departments, will be hosting

Celebrate 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

Legislative Healthcare Working Group Holds First Meeting

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Editor’s Note: In our efforts to cover healthcare policy, we’ve included details on the first meeting of the Oklahoma Legislature’s Healthcare Working Group, which was held on Aug. 14 after

A GENDER REVEAL

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On August 8, The Madill Record posted on Facebook about a big marijuana bust, sparking a colorful debate on the gender of the confiscated cannabis. This is a question that

Kingston’s stoplight is temporary fix

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Most Marshall County residents are aware that the lone stoplight in Kingston was out of commission earlier this summer, leaving motorists with a four-way stop sign at the intersection of

THIS IS ONLY A DRILL

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For anybody passing through Kingston on 377 on August 23 and 24 do not be alarmed. The Marshall County Emergency Management Department, along with various other departments, will be hosting
Courtesy Photo Shannon Newsom of Kingston is facing over $8,000 in fines for catching almost triple the limit for striper bass. He is also facing a Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor ticket.

Big catch, bigger fine

A Kingston resident is facing 32 misdemeanor charges and thousands of dollars in fines for being greedy. At the beginning of August, Shannon Newsom was caught with his hand in

GetFresh! cooking demonstrations at Veterans Lodge

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All veterans are invited to a series of GetFresh! cooking demonstrations through October at the Chickasaw Nation Veterans Lodge in Ada. Classes take place from 1-2 p.m., Aug. 16, Sept.

Photography competition kicks off August 23

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The Chickasaw Nation will host the fourth annual 72-hour photography competition Friday, Aug. 23, through Monday, Aug. 26. The photo competition allows student, amateur and professional photographers from around the

Vaccinations encouraged for all ages

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August is National Immunization Awareness Month, and the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) wants to remind the public that immunizations are important for people of all ages. Childhood/Adolescent Vaccinations

Two out of three ain’t bad for Lady Wildcats

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The Madill Lady Wildcats won two of three games at the Calera Tournament August 16 and 17. The squad opened the tournament with a resounding 13 to 1 victory over

Southeast lake report for Aug. 14

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Texoma: August 9. Elevation normal, water 82 and clear. Striped bass good on live shad, slabs, and topwater lures below the dam, and around flats, main lake, and shallows. Blue