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Thu
19
Apr

Porters Welcome Second Child

Five-year-old Riley Porter, of Whitesboro, Texas, proudly announces the birth of her sister, Piper Lynn Wanette Porter.

Piper is the daughter of Jacob and Mikayla Porter, of Whitesboro, Texas.

 

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Thu
19
Apr

Artistic License at The Madill Art Club

By Linda Whalon

If you are like me you prefer reading a book over seeing a movie based on a book. In some cases the movie barely represents the book at all except, perhaps, by it’s title. Recently I read “The Wizard of Oz.” I bet I watched the movie Wizard of Oz every year of my life as a child growing up, yet had never read the book. I was amazed at the difference in the story told in the beloved movie I grew up with and the story told in this classic children’s book.

Thu
12
Apr

Henson’s Yard Named Kingston ‘Yard of the Month’

The Kingston Yard of the Month Committee recently selected Soni Henson’s yard as the April “Yard of the Month.” Each “Yard of the Month” is selected by the committee based on the yard alone – not the home.

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Thu
12
Apr

Baptist Home for Girls Holding Annual Fish Fry

The Baptist Home for Girls (BHG) will be host to its Annual Raymond Gary Fish Fry in Madill on Saturday, April 21, starting at noon.

“Please, join us for food, fun, and fellowship at our Annual Raymond Gary Fish Fry,” said Stephen Wiese, BHG administrator. The event is open to the general public. “All are welcome and we would love to have you join us.”

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Thu
05
Apr

National Cattlewomen Name Collegiate Beef Advocacy Program Winners

Developing future beef advocates and leaders for the beef industry is the goal for the Collegiate Beef Advocacy Program. The program is managed by the National Cattlewomen, Inc. organization. The collegiate advocacy program matches the vision and purpose of the National Cattlewomen to ensure the advocates learn leadership skills and build knowledge of beef to carry forth in their careers for the beef industry. This program is designed for college students.

The program connects the collegiate advocates to the beef industry where they can have unlimited access to leadership, their peers on campus universities, cattlemen, cattlewomen and beef industry professionals. The three winners of the Collegiate Beef Advocacy Program selected for this year are Taylor Evans, Mobile, Ala.; Ashley Huntsberger, Smith, Nev.; and Will Shelby, Madill. The announcement of the winners took place at the Cattle Industry Convention in Phoenix, Ariz.

 

Thu
05
Apr

Savage, Zachary Announce Engagement, Plan Wedding

Basil William, Jr., and Elizabeth Savage, of Madill, and Kenny and Cindy Zachary, of Ringling, proudly announce the engagement of their children Basil William Savage III, of Madill, to Jenny-Lu Zachary, of Plano, Texas. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Barbara Zachary, of Ardmore, and the late Kenneth D. Zachary,

Sr.; and Louise Elliott, of Duncan, and the late William Elliott. She is a 2013 graduate of Ringling High School, and graduated from Oklahoma State University in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in communication science and disorders. She is currently employed with The Behavior Exchange, in Plano, Texas.

 

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Thu
29
Mar

Madill Seventh-Grade Students Inducted into NJHS

In a ceremony held on Thursday, March 8, 23 new members were inducted into the Madill Middle School National Junior Honor Society. To be considered for the honor of membership, applicants must excel in five standards which include: leadership, citizenship, character, service, and scholarship. The MMS NJHS is under the direction of faculty advisor Sandee Westmoreland. Pictured are the seventh-grade inductees: (front, l to r) Lauren Awalt, Maryn Mancini, Micaela Dawson, Sarai Barrientos-Gomez, Tarah Wiese, Peyton Arnold, Jessie Phillips, Andrew Ray, Luke Hamilton, (back) Olivia Glaze, Allyson Potts, Haylee Turner, Sahith Gondi, River Shaw, Yovanny Robles, Ty Rushing, RJ Morris, Satvik Gondi, and Saulo Castro. Not pictured is Maggie Saxon.

 

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Thu
29
Mar

Madill Eighth-Grade Students Inducted into NJHS

Three eighth-grade students from the Madill Middle School were recently inducted into the National Junior Honor Society. To be considered for the honor of membership, applicants must excel in five standards which include: leadership, citizenship, character, service, and scholarship. The MMS NJHS is under the direction of faculty advisor Sandee Westmoreland. Pictured are the eighth-grade inductees: Emily Buford, Ernesto Martinez-Valenciano, and Bethany Phillips.

 

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Thu
22
Mar

Baxter’s Yard Named Kingston ‘Yard of the Month’

The Kingston “Yard of the Month” Committee recently selected Bryan and Alisa Baxter’s yard as the March Yard of the Month. Each “Yard of the Month” is selected by the committee based on the yard alone – not the home. The winners were rewarded with cash and prizes for an accumulated total of $142 from the following businesses: Jack Attack BBQ (Jack and Shelly Jones), Lake Texoma and More Cookbook (Connie Maytubby), Leon’s Greenhouse (Leon Sloan), The Burger Shoppe (Preston Holder), Country Kitchen (Rick Bland), The Custom Life (Tanya Wilson), and Tycoon Motorsports, LLC (Jeff and Cheri Dailey). The Kingston “Yard of the Month” Committee includes: Kalynne Johnson, Connie Maytubby, Leon Sloan, Sherra Aguilar, and Tammy Chasse. The committee extends a big thank you to everyone involved in this endeavor.

 

Thu
22
Mar

Gov. Fallin Helps Welcome Irish Prime Minister to Oklahoma

Gov. Mary Fallin recently helped welcome Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar to Oklahoma when he visited here with members of the Choctaw Nation who donated money to the Irish Famine Relief in 1847.

While in Oklahoma, Varadkar personally thanked Choctaw Nation Chief Gary Batton for the contribution made by his ancestors and announced a scholarship program that will allow members of the Choctaw Nation to come to Ireland to study. The prime minister made his comments during an event in which the Choctaw Nation presented traditional cultural and sporting performances.

 

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