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Cole Town Hall Talk Covers Many Topics

Cole Town Hall Talk Covers Many Topics

by Mike WestTimes-Democrat staffU.S. Representative Tom Cole (R-Moore) really knows how to work a...

Fair Starts 4-Day Run On Wednesday

Fair Starts 4-Day Run On Wednesday

The annual Murray County Free Fair is quickly approaching. The event will begin on Wednesday, Aug....

Dogs Show Potential In Seminole Scrimmage

Dogs Show Potential In Seminole Scrimmage

by Whitt CarterContributing WriterSulphur head coach Jim Dixon said before last Friday night’s...

Girls Win Tish Tournament Title

Girls Win Tish Tournament Title

by Whitt CarterContributing WriterThe Lady Dogs keep on rollin.’ After losing the opening two...

  • Cole Town Hall Talk Covers Many Topics

  • Fair Starts 4-Day Run On Wednesday

  • Dogs Show Potential In Seminole Scrimmage

  • Girls Win Tish Tournament Title


$1 Million Grant To Help Kids, Gov. Anoatubby Says

by Mike West
Times-Democrat staff
The Chickasaw Nation held a press conference at their Ada headquarters Thursday, August 20, announcing it will receive a more than $1 million in grant money for the Senior Corps Foster Grandparents Program. The conference room was filled with several generations including dignitaries, children and seniors.

Cole Town Hall Talk Covers Many Topics

by Mike West
Times-Democrat staff
U.S. Representative Tom Cole (R-Moore) really knows how to work a room. He was at the top of his game Thursday night, August 20 when he addressed a large Town Hall crowd at the Estep Center at East Central University. Nearly 100 citizens heard Cole update the community on developments in Washington D.C. Then, he spent several hours answering questions on many legislative and political topics. The audience was mostly polite and not adversarial at all.

Girls Win Tish Tournament Title

by Whitt Carter
Contributing Writer
The Lady Dogs keep on rollin.’ After losing the opening two games of the 2015 season, the Lady Dogs ripped off wins in four of five two weeks ago to rebound nicely and stormed to the title of the Tishomingo tournament. Well, they picked up right where they left off last week, as head coach Heath Gilbert’s squad won all seven games on the slate (including last Monday’s 11-1 win over Tishomingo). “We had an absolute great week,” said Gilbert. “Our bats really came alive and our pitching continues to get the job done. I’m really excited about where we are right now and we just have to focus each game and continue to improve.”

Dogs Show Potential In Seminole Scrimmage

by Whitt Carter
Contributing Writer
Sulphur head coach Jim Dixon said before last Friday night’s scrimmage that his team would be much improved and that he and his staff were very optimistic going into this year. Well, everyone in attendance can see why, as the Dogs showed some promising potential, outplaying highly-ranked Seminole for the entirety of the Friday’s scrimmage.