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By Karen Maple The Madill RecordThe Marshall County OSU Cooperative Extension will soon be saying farewell to County Extension Director David Sorrell. Sorrell, who also serves as the Agriculture... + continue reading
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 By Karen Maple The Madill RecordThe Department of Human Services recently announced it is cutting $30 million from its budget “over the course of the next fiscal year to a number of... + continue reading
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By Summer Bryant Brookside Admissions CoordinatorA nursing home is like a small town. It won’t be long before everyone is greeting you by your name. By volunteering, you’re guaranteed to... + continue reading
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Last week, two Madill students spent the entire week at the 15th Annual Red River Drum and Auxiliary Camp held at Lake Murray.At this camp, students from all over the state met to work on skills for... + continue reading
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Ashley Lynn Castleman and Dillon Dewayne Jackson, both of Madill, announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Miss Castleman is the daughter of Melissa Castleman, of Denton, Texas, and Darrin... + continue reading

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07/20/2017
By Molly Raley The Madill Record-The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call for a stab victim in the Enos area of Marshall County early Sunday morning. According to the MCSO, deputies responded to the call at approximately 5 a.m. on Sunday morning.When deputies arrived, they found the male victim with one stab wound to the... + continue reading
07/13/2017
By Karen Maple The Madill Record SQ 780 and SQ 781 were passed by Oklahoman voters last November and went into effect on Saturday, July 1. Marshall County Sheriff Danny Cryer, an avid opponent since the questions were first proposed, said they are already seeing the negative effects on the passing of these state questions. To better... + continue reading

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Jeni and Cole Hackett, of Madill, proudly announce the birth of their twin boys Edison Jasper Hackett and Jude Guthrie Hackett. They were born on Sunday, June 18, at the Children’s Hospital in Oklahoma City. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Madill%20RecordID598/ + continue reading
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Max Bean, 6, won First Place in the boys’ division of the 12th Annual Mickey Brown Memorial Fishing Derby held in the Buncombe Creek area of Lake Texoma. There were 102 kids registered in the derby aged 1 to 14. Bean caught the only bass of the day. He received his First Place boys’ trophy and hover board from Ron Baldwin of Twin Ponds Baldwin... + continue reading
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By Linda Whalon Remember, as kids, how we missed our friends over the summer school break? Even though it was great being out of school and free to sleep in and play all day, people we loved to talk to and learn from were missed during that break. Well, that is how it feels for some of us at the Madill Art Club during June, July, and... + continue reading

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Madison Zaber, 8, won First Place in the girls’ division of the 12th Annual Mickey Brown Memorial Fishing Derby held at the Buncombe Creek area of Lake Texoma. There were 102 kids registered in the... + continue reading

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By Molly Raley The Madill RecordSo, last week I did a thing. I threw out every warning in my head and got my son a dog. I know, I know. Crazy. Anyway, I found the cutest, full-blood German... + continue reading

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Ashley Lynn Castleman and Dillon Dewayne Jackson, both of Madill, announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Miss Castleman is the daughter of Melissa Castleman, of Denton, Texas, and Darrin... + continue reading