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By Tina Firquain The Madill Record Matt Scasta was named “Herdsman of the Year” for 2017 by The Pulse. Scasta is a family man and a Show and Sell Cattle Manager at Buck Cattle Co. Scasta... + continue reading
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By Molly Raley The Madill Recordickson, Shane Long, Kyliegh Dickerson, and Tucker Rumer. The Madill Wildcats had six events or individuals place in the Top 20 of a tough indoor track meet... + continue reading
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By Molly Raley The Madill Recordickson, Shane Long, Kyliegh Dickerson, and Tucker Rumer. The Kingston Redskins earned a road win over Comanche on Friday night, 67-42. The Lady Redskins didn... + continue reading
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The Kingston Middle School recently announced the January Students of the Month. They are: Lacee Henshaw, Xavier McCuan, Linda Henderickson, Shane Long, Kyliegh Dickerson, and Tucker Rumer. To... + continue reading
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Voters in the Madill and Kingston School Districts voted for who they wanted to fill Seat 3 of their respective Board of Education. In Madill, there were 339 ballots cast for Shannon Sue Williams... + continue reading

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02/15/2018
The Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS) has made “discernible progress” in its efforts to reform the state’s foster care system according to the child welfare experts, referred to as Co-Neutrals, monitoring the agency’s efforts to implement the Pinnacle Plan.The latest commentary from the Co-Neutrals covering DHS’ performance through June... + continue reading
02/08/2018
By Karen WoottonI hope you saw the eclipse on Jan. 31. It was something to see, and I doubt any of us will be around to see it again.About 50 people attended the BCVFD general meeting held on Jan. 27. State Rep. Tommy Hardin spoke and recognized Roy Matheny for his many accomplishments and his retirement. Chris Duroy ... + continue reading

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Voters in the Madill and Kingston School Districts voted for who they wanted to fill Seat 3 of their respective Board of Education. In Madill, there were 339 ballots cast for Shannon Sue Williams just ahead of Andrea Porterfield who held 216 of the total votes. Incumbent Randy Arneson retained the seat in Kingston with 152 of the 177 total votes.... + continue reading
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Voters in the Madill and Kingston School Districts will go to the polls between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 13, to determine who will be seated in Seat 3 of both the Madill Board of Education and the Kingston Board of Education.Madill district residents Andrea Porterfield and Shannon Williams are vying for the seat, and... + continue reading
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By Tina FirquainHope is a small word that is continually impacting this small, Southern Oklahoma county. And soon, Hope will have a new home.An outreach center will be opening shortly in Marshall County. It will provide a food pantry, a housewares room, a playroom, a library, a warming/cooling shelter, a shower, a bathroom... + continue reading

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By Molly Raley The Madill Recordickson, Shane Long, Kyliegh Dickerson, and Tucker Rumer. The Kingston Redskins earned a road win over Comanche on Friday night, 67-42. The Lady Redskins didn... + continue reading

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By Tom Cole U.S. Congressman, 4th District Congress has passed yet another continuing resolution to temporarily fund the government and avert a shutdown. The agreement secures funding to... + continue reading

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Madill Middle School’s Sixth Grade Academic Team members traveled to Bethel on Saturday, Feb. 3, for the Regional Meet. The Madill Sixth Grade Team played very well and had a great season. Pictured... + continue reading