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Agenda set for county commission meeting
Woodward County Commissioners are slated to get a visit from some Pioneer Telephone representatives during their next meeting.
Area man dies in wreck
Two-vehicle wreck happened Thursday morning near Taloga.
Incumbents do most of first day filing
Only one race has developed after day one of the filing period for the 2014 elections in Woodward and area counties.
Lighthouse can help change lives
Self admitted methamphetamine and prescription drug addict, "Jay" describes his life nearly a month ago as being in a free fall that would have eventually ended badly.
Senior Center hosting sales Saturday
On Saturday, there will be a Memorial Flowers and Bake Sale at the Woodward Senior Citizens Center.
Time for Main Street Easter Egg Hunt
Woodward Main Street is holding its 5th annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday.
Oklahoma Legislature honors 45th Infantry soldier
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A soldier with Oklahoma's 45th Infantry Brigade who was seriously injured while trying to protect others when a massive tornado struck Moore in May was honored Tuesday with one of the state's highest military decorations.
Capitol on endangered places list
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — For the second year in a row, the nearly 100-year-old Oklahoma state Capitol made a list of the most endangered places in the state.
HPTC rehires support personnel
No discussion was necessary before the High Plains Technology Center's Board of Education voted unanimously to reemploy the school's various support staff personnel during a board meeting Monday night.
Commission approves ordinance
Woodward City Commissioners approved an ordinance (No. 1596) essentially giving back an easement or "public way" located on a platted street in the Lakeridge Addition to the developer Kenny Snider during their Monday night meeting.
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