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Thu
26
Jul

Commissioners Approve 35 mph Near Madill City Lake

By Tina Firquain

The Marshall County Commissioners approved to lower the speed for a 3-mile stretch of road near City Lake.

Don “Salty” Melton, commissioner, District 1, asked during the county commissioners regular meeting on July 16, to change the speed limit to 35 mph on City Lake Road, Breeding Road, and Cattle Drive.

He said, “After we asphalted that, it has become a real speed trap, and it really is dangerous because the road is so narrow.”

 

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Thu
26
Jul

And the Winner is...

Makaela Parker was announced as the Madill Roundup Club’s 2018 Ambassador on Thursday, July 19, the opening night of the 70th AnnualMadill Roundup Club Rodeo.

 

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Thu
26
Jul

Ready for Some Beach Blanket

BINGO?

By Tina Firquain

The annual “Bash for Cash” sponsored by the Lake Texoma Association will be held next Thursday, Aug. 2.

The event will be held at 6:30 p.m. at Tanglewood Resort at 290 Tanglewood Circle, Pottsboro, Texas.

This year the theme is Beach Blanket Bingo, and it will be held in conjunction with the new Miss Lake Texoma Pageant.

 

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Thu
19
Jul

Madill Roundup Club Rodeo Starts Tonight

The 70th Annual Madill Roundup Club Rodeo begins at 8 p.m. tonight (Thursday) and will continue at 8 p.m. nightly through Saturday, July 21.

The rodeo will be held at the Roundup Club Arena off U.S. Highway 70 between Madill and Kingston.

Today (Thursday) a parade will kick off the rodeo at 5:30 p.m. in Madill. The parade will begin at William Ray Memorial Park, go through Brookside Nursing Home, will loop back through the park, down Lily, and then end up around the courthouse square..

 

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Thu
19
Jul

Complaints Made Aware to Kingston Town Council

By Tina Firquain

On July 10, the Board of Trustees for the Town of Kingston held their monthly session.

During this meeting some residents of the town brought up concerns about overgrown and ignored properties.

Tommy Taylor, of Kingston, was on the agenda to discuss the overgrown property on North Marshall Street, just north of the elementary school.

 

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Thu
19
Jul

Wreck Leads to Child Endangerment Charges

By Tina Firquain

Bryan Mathers was driving north on U.S. Highway 70 when his car suddenly crashed into the guardrail and went off into the ditch.

In the car with Mathers was a 16-month-old male child. He was in the back seat in a forwardfacing child restraint.

The child was taken to the hospital, but did not sustain any injuries. He was then released from the hospital into custody of his mother.

 

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Thu
19
Jul

Spivey Returns to Madill as Guest Speaker for Museum of So. Okla.

The Marshall County Historical Society and the Museum of Southern Oklahoma will be hosts to an open house and tour at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 28, with featured guest speaker Towana Spivey.

The event is open to the public and there will be coffee, donuts, sodas, and doorprizes for the guests in attendance

A former Madill resident, Spivey is a historian, museum director, author, Chickasaw Nation Hall of Fame inductee, and promoter of Oklahoma resources and Native American heritage.

 

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Thu
12
Jul

Rodeo Royalty

AIYANA NEAL, Makela Parker, and Jordyn Toliver hope to see everyone at the 70th 0Annual Roundup Club Rodeo July 19-21. The rodeo will be held at the Madill Roundup0 00Club Rodeo located at the intersection of Archer Road and Whiskey Creek Roads in Madill.

 

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Thu
12
Jul

The Pirates’ Plague on the Bay Living

By Tina Firquain The Madill Record

 

Thu
05
Jul

County to Take Advantage of State Funds

By Molly Raley

Marshall County will now be in a contract with the State Juvenile Department, which will pay for the transporting of all juveniles from the county to a detention facility.

During the County Commissioner’s regular meeting on Monday, July 2, two representatives from the State Juvenile Office informed commissioners that the county could be receiving funds for transporting juveniles to and from detention facilities in the state.

 

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