Sports

Building a contender

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One thing is clear when talking with the Kingston Lady Redskins fast-pitch softball players and coach: making it to the Class 3A State Tournament is not enough in 2019. No,

Something to cheer about

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The Madill Cheerleaders have something new and exciting to cheer about. The National Cheerleaders Association held a Spirit Camp July 16 through July 19. The camp was held at the

School closures push changes on OSSAA

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The Oklahoma Secondary Schools Athletic Association (OSSAA) expects school closures in the Oklahoma City School District to impact the alignment of activities throughout the state during the 2019-2020 school year.

ODWC’s July 24 fishing report southeast area lakes

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Editor’s Note: The fishing report is provided to the Madill Record by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. It usually arrives Wednesdays after our weekly issue has gone to press.

Ignoring the noise of the No Fun League

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In case it hasn’t already been said, I want to let you in on a secret: I am a huge sports fan. Be it the latest on the Major League

Kingston sophomore hits grand slam at nationals

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A Kingston High School sophomore, along with her team, made history on July 14. Bri Harkins is a 16-year-old sophomore from Kingston High School. She plays softball, and has participated

Marshall County 4-H shooting team wins awards

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The Marshall County 4-H Shooting Sports team competed at the Southeast District 4-H Skeet and Trap Shoot May 17-18.   In the Skeet competition, the intermediate team of Lauren  Campbell,

Oklahoma Department of Wildlife

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Arbuckle: July 6. Elevation normal, water 86 and stained. Largemouth bass slow on topwater lures and square-billed Strike King lures. Smallmouth bass slow on square bill baits. Crappie fair on