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Thu
28
Jan

One Vehicle Accident Kills Kingston Woman

By Molly Raley
 
A Kingston woman is dead after suffering injuries sustained from a vehicle accident approximately 10 miles south of Kingston on Monday, Jan. 25. Anna L. Sikes, 27, was driving a 2005 Kia Rio northbound on Lark Road in Kingston when she lost control and ran off the roadway to the right for an unknown reason.
 
Wed
20
Jan

Leon Turns 100!

Leon Hall will celebrate his 100th birthday tomorrow (Friday), Jan. 22, with his family and friends at the Family Care Center in Kingston.

 

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Wed
20
Jan

Madill Woman Arrested for Assault with Deadly Weapon

A Madill man was transported to Alliance Health Madill where he received six stitches for a stab wound he allegedly suffered at the hands of Tonya Jamison, of Madill, on Wednesday, Jan. 13. According to a report filed by Madill Police Officer Andrew Adams, the victim, David Wilkins, stated that Jamison returned to his residence, at 610 West Burney, Lot 9, in Madill, after having an argument with her family.

 

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Wed
20
Jan

Crowning Royalty

Senior Kristian Self was named the 2016 Kingston High School Basketball Homecoming Queen at the ceremony Tuesday, Jan. 19. She was crowned by her escort, senior Skye Lowe.

 

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Wed
20
Jan

OK Freewheel Bike Tour Coming to Madill, City Employees Appreciated

By Molly Raley
The Madill Record 
 
The City of Madill will be the starting point for the 2016 Oklahoma Freewheel Bike Tour. The Madill City Council gave their approval to the Marshall County Chamber of Commerce for use of the Community Center in Raymond Gary Memorial Park during its monthly meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 12.

 

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Wed
20
Jan

KYCC Remodel Project on Next Phase

By Molly Raley
The Madill Record 
 
At the Kingston Town Council’s monthly meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 12, members approved to move forward with the next phase of remodel for the Kingston Youth and Civic Center. The phase would consist of heating and air-conditioning units and electrical work. The agenda item was passed and, during a special meeting held on Monday, Jan. 18, the Council approved obtaining bids for the installation of the heating and air units.

 

Thu
07
Jan

American Trailer Works, Big Tex To Merge Creating New Company

Bain Capital Private Equity, one of the world’s foremost private investment firms, announced Tuesday, Jan. 5, it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire American Trailer Works (ATW), a leading manufacturer of utility and cargo trailers. The company is being acquired from an investor group managed by Southlake Equity Group. Financial terms of the private transaction were not disclosed. Bain Capital plans to merge American Trailer Works with Big Tex Trailers, a leading manufacturer of utility trailers in North America, to create a newly-formed company. 
 
Thu
07
Jan

County Assessor Praised, Duroy Elected Chairman

By Molly Raley
 
After reading an article published in the Daily Oklahoman regarding the State of Oklahoma County Assessors Audits, County Commissioner Chris Duroy praised Assessor Debbie Croasdale for her efforts and dedication to the citizens of Marshall County with the passing of the state audit. The discussion took place at the Marshall County Commissioners meeting on Monday, Jan. 4. 
 

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Thu
07
Jan

In Case of Emergency...

By Kameron Dunn
 
James Fullingim accepted the Madill Chief of Police position June 1, 2004, after serving the community in the police department for seven years. After becoming a patrol officer in 1997, Fullingim stated he grew a passionate connection to his work. “It’s become who I am,” he said. Fullingim leads a unit of eleven officers in the Madill Police Department. 
 

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Thu
07
Jan

Oklahoma National Guard Conducts 1,100 Funerals in 2015

President George Washington once said, “The willingness with which our young people are likely to serve in any war, no matter how justified, shall be directly proportional to how they perceive the veterans of earlier wars were treated and appreciated by their nation.” The Oklahoma National Guard has always taken the treatment and rendering of honors to America’s veterans very seriously.
 
 

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