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20 students receive Wessell scholarships

Loyd Benson, Chairman of the Frederick School Enrichment Foundation, announced that 20 students qualified for the Lorene Wessell Scholarship for the second semester of the 2022-2023 school … more

Board of education election coming up

The Tillman County Election Board announced that the Board of Education General Election is scheduled for Tuesday, April 4, 2023. Following is a list of school districts with elections and … more

Easter egg hunt scheduled for April 8

Xi Alpha Chi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi is scheduled to host the Community Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, April 8, 2023, at 10 a.m. in Memorial Park. The event is free and open to all kids ages two through … more

An evening with John Denver music scheduled 

Come and enjoy An Evening with the Music of John Denver at Frederick’s Ramona Theatre on Friday, April 21 at 7 p.m. It will be a fun and nostalgic show with songs made popular by one of the … more

Lake Frederick fees updated

At a recent City Council meeting, council members voted to update the current fees for using recreational areas at Lake Frederick. The new fees are as follows: R.V. Parking Electricity and … more

Annual Johnny D. Morton grub run scheduled

The fourth annual Johnny D. Morton Grub Run is scheduled for March 25, 2023, in Frederick. The Grub Run will benefit the Tillman County Food Bank. Nationwide, there are one in 12 adults and one in … more

City to conduct poly-cart audit

The City of Frederick is scheduled to begin a poly-cart audit across the city March 13, 2023. They will begin at the East side of Main Street, going from South to North and from West to … more

County Commissioner pleads no contest

CUSTER COUNTY – Just over a year ago, a warrant was issued for County Commissioner Joe Don Dickey on charges of conspiracy and embezzlement. According to court documents from March 6, … more

Bomber Robotics complete another season full of awards

Frederick Robotics had another great season this year!  Both teams qualified for the State Championship for the ninth year in a row. They were one of three schools to have more than one team … more

Gibson named finalist for Educator of the Year

At its annual conference on Feb. 9, 2023, in Edmond, the Oklahoma Association of Middle Level Education introduced Frederick Middle School teacher Candy Gibson as one of 5 finalists for Educator of … more

Prather Brown students excel in statewide poster contest

Six Prather Brown Elementary students placed in the 2023 American Farmers & Ranchers (AFR) Cooperative Poster Contest. More than 2,000 students competed in the annual statewide contest. Three … more

Santiago awarded state scholarship

Elena Santiago, of Frederick, was recognized as a recipient of the 2023 American Farmers Ranchers (AFR) Cooperative Continuing Education State Scholarship. Santiago attends Redlands Community … more

Local senior named 2023 Academic All-Stater

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence has announced the recipients of its prestigious 2023 Academic All-State Awards. These 100 top public high school seniors, selected from … more

Utility price increase discussed at Feb. 14 FPWA meeting

On the agenda for the Feb. 14 Frederick Public Works Authority (FPWA) meeting was the item “Electric Rate Increases for the Frederick Public Works Authority. The item, according to City … more

Monthly storm siren testing to begin

Monthly testing of Frederick’s Outdoor Warning System is scheduled to return next month. Testing will be conducted on the first Wednesday of every month at noon. March is the only month where … more

Grandfield and Snyder school propositions pass

Voters passed a proposition for Grandfield Public Schools that sought a $420,000 bond. The bond is reportedly going towards the purchase of two vehicles, a server, replacing kitchen equipment, buying … more

Why do squatters have rights?

Imagine going on vacation or leaving your home for an extended time to care for an ill relative. You leave your house, that you assume will be safe for a week or two while you’re away. Imagine … more

Do you want to make a difference in a child’s life?

The Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program supports and promotes court-appointed volunteer advocacy so every child who has experienced abuse or neglect can be safe, have a permanent home, … more

Second annual Impersonator Show held at the Ramona 

The Frederick Arts and Humanities Council hosted their second annual Impersonator Show at the Ramona Theatre recently. The show opened to a full house, where donations were generously given upon … more
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