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- Local News
Sheriff Christian headed to state capitol to protest jail inmate removal
Pontotoc County Sheriff John Christian and other local officials want some serious face time with their state legislators, not to mention new Oklahoma Department of Corrections (ODOC) Director John Patton.
- Lawmakers discuss education rally, other state issues
- Kevin Turney running for court clerk
- Oklahoma photographer and Chickasaw Native, Sherry Nail featured at Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center
- Latta student to compete at International Science Fair
- Sheriff Christian headed to state capitol to protest jail inmate removal
- Local Sports
Roff blanks Rattan in state title rematch
Just how tough is the 20th Annual Roff Invitational baseball tournament? The defending Class A State champion and the runner-up were paired against each other in the first round.
- Area Tennis Roundup
- Allen Girls Golf Tournament Results
- Seminole slips by Ada on Senior Night
- Newcastle takes pair from Ada High soccer teams
- Roff blanks Rattan in state title rematch
The roll call of the misfits
The roll call of the faithful in Hebrews 11 is designed to inspire us and give us hope. Comparing our difficulties with theirs gives us some perspective when the problems of life feel overwhelming. There are some pretty terrible and overwhelming struggles described there.
- Where the sidewalk ends
- Letter to the Editor
- Money, Money, Money, Money, Money
- Lyin' Eyes
- The roll call of the misfits