OAC awards grant to All Nations Pow Wow
Oklahoma Art Council awarded All Nations Annual Pow Wow of Ada Society, an Oklahoma 501© organization, a matching grant to help support the an exciting and family oriented event – The 6th All Nations Pow Wow.
Lackeys celebrate 30 years of reunions
The 30th annual reunion of Lee Bryan and Della Silvertooth Lackey family was celebrated June 29 at Wintersmith Lodge in Ada where the first reunion was held in 1984.
Bellville named McCune Volunteer Mediator of the Year
Joyce Belville spends one full day a week volunteering as an early settlement mediator in the Chickasha area.
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Ada resident honored among those making a difference
Ada resident Karen Hudson was recently recognized as one of Oklahoma’s “50 Making a Difference,” as part of The Journal Record’s annual Woman of the Year Program.
City of Ada wants nominees for Christmas Decorating Contest
The City of Ada invites residents and businesses to show off their Christmas spirit by entering its Christmas Decorating Contest sponsored by Citizens Bank of Ada.
Black, Rodgers to marry on Nov. 23
Haylee Rebekkah Black and Caleb Andrew Rodgers, both of Stonewall, are exchanging wedding vows Nov. 23, 2013, at Gateway Church, 400 S. Broadway.
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Concert Saturday to benefit Stonewall historical landmark
In 1850, two brothers from Tennessee, Samuel and Robert Cochran, opened a trading post on the south side of Clear Boggy Creek. Much later they named the community “Stonewall” in honor of General Stonewall Jackson, who camped on the site during the Civil War.
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