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Oklahoma City Community Foundation awards $6,000 in scholarships to Frederick students

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Community Foundation recently awarded scholarships to two Frederick High School graduates through the state’s largest independent scholarship program. … more

Cotton pageants scheduled

The Little Miss Cotton Boll and Maid of Cotton pageants are scheduled for 1 p.m. Nov. 3 during the Cotton Festival.The contestants for the Little Miss Cotton Boll pageant are:Harley Dunlap. She is … more

Frederick Community Calendar provided

The Frederick Arts and Humanities Council is scheduled to host bean suppers Oct. 26 and Nov. 2 from 5:30 - 7 p.m. at the Ramona Theatre.The Frederick Arts Council invites all veterans and patriots to … more

FFA Chapter Officers dare to be different

Officers of the Frederick FFA Chapter participated in the 2018 Oklahoma FFA chapter officer leadership training conference Sept. 18 at the Great Plains Technology Center in Lawton.The 8th state FFA … more

Children’s coat drive underway

The annual Children’s Coat Drive is underway.Ric Cooper with BancFirst and the First Baptist Church of Frederick provide coats to children who need them. People in the community donate coats or … more

Pioneer observing national cooperative month with annual food drive to benefit local pantries

In conjunction with National Cooperative Month observed each October, Pioneer Telephone Cooperative and Pioneer Cellular will host a community food drive from Oct. 1-31. The food drive themed … more

Frederick Community Calendar provided

Frederick High School will be holding a FAFSA workshop on Oct. 4, at 5:30 p.m. in the FHS library. An overview will be given on the financial aid process. Parents and students will create their FSA … more

Frederick School Enrichment Foundation adopts new logo

The Frederick School Enrichment Foundation recently enlisted the art students of Mr. Clint Reid to design a logo for the Foundation. Six students submitted artwork for the proposed logo. After … more

Tillman County Health Department to offer Flu vaccine at no cost

The Tillman County Health Department will offer the flu vaccine beginning Monday, Oct. 1. Flu shots will be provided at no out of pocket cost to recipients. Those with insurance are asked to provide … more

Mt. Scott roadway to re-open to bicycle and pedestrian traffic

The Mt. Scott Roadway on Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge has re-opened to bicycle and pedestrian traffic, but remains closed to all vehicle traffic. Recent heavy rains have eroded parts of the … more

Ramona Theatre to screen ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’

The Frederick Arts & Humanities Council is excited to announce that “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” will be screened at Frederick’s Historic Ramona Theatre on Saturday, Oct. 27 … more

World War II artillery round found near airport

It was just another Monday morning at the Tillman County Law Enforcement Center, according to Emergency Management Director Randy Hasley.Hasley said Danny Cadena brought in a World War II artillery … more

Cotton Festival pageant meeting to be held

Frederick’s 11th Annual Cotton Festival is expected to be full of fun activities including entertainment, Cow Patty Bingo, the Chili Cook-Off and of course, the Little Miss Cotton Boll and Maid … more

SWRE youth essay materials available

Entry forms for SWRE’s annual youth essay contests are currently available. High school juniors who live or attend school in the SWRE service area are encouraged to enter the Government in … more

County pageant held

The Tillman County Free fair was held Sept. 6-8. Among a number of events was the Little Mr. and Miss Tillman County Free Fair pageant, held at 7 p.m. Sept. 6.This year’s contestants were Mia … more

Dr. Bob Palmer to paint mural on downtown building

Get ready Frederick. The 500 Club of the Frederick Chamber of Commerce is bringing you downtown art! Starting Sept. 10, you will see Dr. Bob Palmer and crew creating a Frederick inspired mural on the … more

Pumpkin patch to open new season soon

Chad and Anna Wofford are scheduled to open Red River Pumpkin Patch, County Road 192 in Davidson, the weekend of Sept. 22 through Nov. 4. They will be open Saturdays from 10 a.m. -6 p.m. and Sundays … more

Kinder formally arraigned

UPDATE — Dakota Kinder appeared in court for his formal arraignment at 2 p.m. Sept. 4. It was originally set for Aug. 2 but was rescheduled. The defense waived Kinder’s right to a formal … more

Suspect leads officers on chase from Frederick to Oklaunion, Texas

A car chase ensued between a suspected car thief, the Frederick Police Department and the Tillman County Sheriff’s Department.The chase began with a traffic stop at about 10:30 p.m. Sept. 6. … more

Kinder formally arraigned

UPDATE — Dakota Kinder appeared in court for his formal arraignment at 2 p.m. Sept. 4. The defense waived Kinder’s right to a formal reading of the charges and pleaded not guilty. The … more
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