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By Molly RaleyThe Kingston Redskins (5-2, 2-1) suffered their first District loss on Friday night against the ranked Davis Bulldogs (5-2, 4-0). Despite an early 7-7 tie, the Wolves broke free late in... + continue reading
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By Linda Whalon Madill Art Club ReporterAt last the 2017 Art Show at the Expo is here! The doors open on Friday, Oct. 20, at 10 a.m. and remain open until 7 p.m. Saturday the show opens from 10 a.m.... + continue reading
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By Tina FirquainThe Madill Police Department has given Officer Dakota Hanks a warm welcome to the brotherhood.The eager 22-year-old joined the department just over a month ago, and he already feels... + continue reading
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By Karen MapleOctober 1985 marked the first organized effort of bringing extensive attention to breast cancer in the United States. Breast Cancer Awareness Month is recognized worldwide in October.... + continue reading

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10/19/2017
By Tina FirquainThe Madill City Council has voted to interview five applicants for the position of City Manager. The decision to interview candidates was made at their regular meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 10.The Council went into executive session (closed meeting) to discuss the appointment and hiring of a City Manager. Upon reconvening into regular... + continue reading
10/12/2017
Lebanon VFD Accepts Bid for New TruckBy Molly RaleyThe Marshall County Commissioners held a regular meeting on Monday, Oct. 2, when they discussed the purchase of new equipment for Districts 1 and 2.According to Don “Salty” Melton, he has now paid off a road grader and will be using funds to purchase a new dump truck.To read more please log in or... + continue reading

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Local Fire Departments, like the Madill Fire Department, have teamed up with the Marshall County Emergency Management and the American Red Cross to provide free smoke alarms to anyone living in Marshall County.The alarms will be installed for free Oct. 21. Over 200 houses have already been signed up to receive free smoke alarms. Call your local... + continue reading
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By Tina FirquainThe Madill and Kingston Cross-Country teams both ran in a meet at Oklahoma Baptist University on Oct. 5 for a pre-state challenge.Kingston’s Lady Redskins ran in a 3,200-meter event for 3A. Ellie Nickell was the top finisher for the girls. She placed 27th, with a time of 14:50.28.To read more please log in or subscribe to the... + continue reading
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Madill Family Living with Autism, Hopes to Raise AwarenessBy Tina FirquainAutism affects one in 68 children, but boys are five times more likely than girls to be autistic, according to autismspeaks.org. Autism is also one of the fastestgrowing developmental disorders in the U.S. A day with an autistic child can go like this:• Wake up around 6 a.m... + continue reading

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By Molly RaleyThe Kingston Redskins (5-2, 2-1) suffered their first District loss on Friday night against the ranked Davis Bulldogs (5-2, 4-0). Despite an early 7-7 tie, the Wolves broke free late in... + continue reading

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By Markwayne MullinOver the last 10 months of the Trump administration, we’ve seen more positive changes to our country’s economy than Congress accomplished in eight years of legislation under the... + continue reading

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Local Fire Departments, like the Madill Fire Department, have teamed up with the Marshall County Emergency Management and the American Red Cross to provide free smoke alarms to anyone living in... + continue reading