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Coronavirus Updates

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How would COVID-19 vaccine makers adapt to variants? By tweaking their vaccines, a process that should be easier than coming up with the original shots. Viruses constantly mutate as they spread, and most changes aren't significant.

Access to Addiction Treatment Services Has Continued, Even Expanded During Pandemic

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OKLAHOMA – Worries about the pandemic and the potential for related stressors to trigger increased substance use, addiction and overdose deaths haven’t gone unnoticed by Oklahoma’s behavioral health leaders. They are keeping a close watch on trends and happenings across the state, working with treatment providers to ensure service availability.

Voter Registration Deadline Nears

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CADDO COUNTY - Friday, March 12, is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the April 6 elections. Those elections include the Board of Education General for Binger-Oney and Boone-A ache Schools and Canadian Valley Tech Center; Statutory Municipal General for Anadarko, Apache, Cement, Fort Cobb and Hinton; and Lookeba-Sickles Schools Special Bond Issue and Caddo County Commissioners District 2 Special Elections, Caddo County Election Board Secretary Joy Ferrell said.

Disaster Relief Available for Livestock Deaths in Storm

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STILLWATER – Oklahoma producers who suffered livestock deaths during the recent winter storm may be eligible for federal disaster assistance. The Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP), available through the U.S. Agriculture Department’s Farm Service Agency, compensates commercial livestock owners for losses in excess of normal mortality caused by adverse weather.

Hinton Senior News

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Things appear to be normal at least as far as the weather is concerned. The Sunshine feels great and with all the robins I have seen makes me realize that Spring is coming!! I finally was able to stop by and visit briefly with Beth Andrews on Sunday.

Caddo County Courthouse News

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CIVIL Tom W Harry, Jr vs Carlotta Kaulay, Quiet Title Crown Asset Management LLC vs Jonathan Ryan Gibson, Indebtedness Us Bank National Association vs Cody A Thornton, Replevin Citibank Na vs Robert Allen Mccormack, Breach Agreement / Contract Midland Credit Management vs Barbara Moss, Indebtedness Td Bank Usa, Na vs Lindsay Arndy, Indebtedness American Express National Bank vs Erica Shae Smith, Breach Agreement / Contract Zack Morgan vs Vidala Rose Franklin, Caddo County Treasurer, Regina Moser, Quiet Title Zack Morgan vs Willene Ortiz, Caddo County Treasurer, Regina Moser, Quiet Title State Of Oklahoma Ex Rel vs Michael Terrell Turner, Jr., Kevion M Ray, $119,803 In Us Currency, Forfeiture Helen Joy Landry vs Jimmy Ray Rouse, Jackie Rouse, Forcible Entry And Detainer Budget Inn Dba, Rakesh N Gandhi vs Kiowa Tribe Domestic Family, Money Judgment England Ford Inc. vs Dayton Echols, Mortgage Foreclosure Julia Roubideaux vs Patrick Tointigh, Forcible Entry And Detainer Sun Loan Company vs Deanna Sifford, Money Judgment Teocalli Exploation.

Lytal Finishes Second in State Wrestling Championships

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HINTON — Nerves might have bested Hinton High School sophomore wrestler Ryan Lytal at Saturday’s Class 3A 195-pound wrestling championship. That’s not to take away anything from his opponent Cruz Partain of Vian, who beat Lytal by majority decision, 12-1, to claim the state title.

Hamlett Named Wrestling Homecoming Queen

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Hinton High School recently held its Wrestling Homecoming. The following is the court: April Smith escorted by Zack Hucksoll, Raegan Gilbert escorted by Zavior Willis, Queen Kaylee Hamlett and Riley Lytal both escorted by Rollie Smith, Olivia Alexander escorted by Josh Ralston, not pictured Savana Laguna escorted by Ryan Lytal, flower girl Emilee Hucksoll, crown bearer Bennett Lenaburg. (Photo provided by Hinton Public Schools)

Centennial Farm and Ranch Awards Recieved

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Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer Lynda Ozan announced that Oklahoma Centennial Farm and Ranch Awards have been presented to the owners of two Caddo County properties. Joseph R.