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Davidson man arrested for rape and abduction of a minor

A local man was arrested on several counts involving a minor. Corporal Robert Wallace and Officer Devin Freel of the Frederick Police Department were patrolling the Frederick Cemetery when a vehicle … more

Local woman arrested for obstructing officer

A local woman was arrested after she interfered with the arrest of another. Corporal Robert Wallace stated in a probable cause affidavit that he was in the process of arresting someone after … more

September is National Suicide Awareness Month

September is National Suicide Awareness Month, but it’s also known as Suicide Prevention Month. Suicide isn’t a topic talked about often. According to the Centers for Disease Control, … more

Carr appointed to vacant school board seat

Jason Carr was sworn into the Frederick Public School Board at a recent school board meeting. He was appointed to Seat #2 which was vacated by Pat Stacey. more

OK celebrates Deaf Awareness Week Sept 20-26

David Hankinson, a Deaf Awareness Week spokesperson who is deaf and employed by DRS Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing relies on his GoldenDoodle Bella to alert him when the phone or doorbell … more

Homecoming queen 2021 winner

Gabriella (Lala) Flores was crowned homecoming queen Sept. 10, 2021, before the Bombers played their homecoming football game against the Hobart Bearcats. more

Tillman County EMS receives new ambulance, equipment

Tillman County Emergency Services received two grants to purchase a new ambulance and equipment. The new Wheeled Coach Ambulance 22 was purchased with a $250,000 grant from the Oklahoma State … more

Davidson man arrested for burglary, property damage

A Tillman County man was arrested on suspicion of burglary in Davidson. Nickolas Olivas was arrested on three counts of burglary in the second degree and one count of maliciously injuring … more

Students of the Week chosen

Birthday 66 spent on Route 66

I know what you’re thinking. “66? She doesn’t look a day over 50.” It wasn’t MY 66th birthday, but my dad’s. He came down from Arkansas and we spent his … more

Local youth spend time with nursing home residents

Local youth spend time with nursing home residents Local sisters Tenley and Timber Mefford spent a recent Saturday afternoon playing dominoes with nursing home residents. more

Frederick kicks off fall season with Arts ‘N Action

The 49th annual Arts and Action festival is scheduled for the third Saturday in September. Head out to the Tillman County Courthouse lawn, 201 N. Main St. in Frederick Sept. 18, 2021, to visit the … more

Henniges Frederick awarded partners for progress

The Oklahoma Association for Career and Technical Education presented the Partners for Progress award to the Henniges Frederick plant. The plant was recognized for the creation of the Intro to … more

Anthrax case reported in Jackson County

Oklahoma State officials have confirmed a positive case of anthrax in livestock for the first time in 25 years. The case is isolated to Jackson County. The Oklahoma Animal Disease Diagnostic … more

Rotary Club hosts Tom Cole

Rotary Club of Frederick recently hosted Congressman Tom Cole as their guest. Congressman Cole gave an update on issues in his district, what's going on in Washington and abroad. Joining the Rotary … more

Lady Bombers sits at 10-8 record

The Frederick Lady Bombers softball team has modestly amassed a 10-8 record so far this 2021 season. A quick 6-2 start on the season was unique to Frederick teams that sometimes get a slow start, but … more

Bombers force overtime in season opener

The Frederick Bombers football squad traveled south of the Red River to take on the City View Mustangs in the first game of the 2021 season. The Bombers outnumbered the Mustangs on the respective … more

Specialty Crop Grants Now Available

OKLAHOMA CITY —Funding opportunities to enhance the specialty crop industry within the state are now available, thanks to stimulus money allocated to the Specialty Crop Block Grant Program … more

Hofmeister announces $4.2 million grant to combat teacher shortage

OKLAHOMA CITY –State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister announced today a $4.2 million grant awarded to the Oklahoma Chapter of Teach For America (TFA). The grant will help the … more
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