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Historic Bridge to Be Upgraded

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CADDO COUNTY — The Oklahoma Department of Transportation announced Sept. 11 it will receive a Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development, or BUILD Transportation Discretionary Grant to improve and reconstruct the Bridgeport Bridge on U.S. 281/Route 66 in Caddo and Canadian counties.

Labor Day Gas Prices Lowest Since 2004

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NATIONWIDE - Gasoline prices this Labor Day are set to be the lowest since 2004 according to GasBuddy, the travel and navigation app used by more North American drivers to save money on gas. The company predicts a national average of $2.19 per gallon, down nearly 37 cents from last year and the lowest priced Labor Day since 2004’s $1.82 per gallon average.

Caddo County Junior Livestock Show Results

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Doe Goat Show Results Division 1 Class 1 1 Jennica Williams Fort Cobb-Broxton 4-H 2 Zane Lucas CHaley Wright Lookeba-arnegie 4-H 3 Christa Ponce Carnegie 4-H Class 2 1 Macey Kimble Hydro-Eakly FFA Res Div Champion 2 Stetson Nix Carnegie 4-H 3 Tabrey Lierle Hydro-Eakly FFA 4 Kayci Luper Carnegie FFA 5 Kizer Schneberger Carnegie 4-H 6 Preston Turney Carnegie 4-H Class 3 Kayci Luper Carnegie FFA scratch 1 Kuper Schneberger 1 Kuper Schneberger Carnegie 4-H Division Champion 2 Emma Farmer Fort Cobb-Broxton FFA 3 Hayleigh Holsted Carnegie FFA Division 2 Class 4 Harper Hilmes Fort Cobb-Broxton NA scratch 1 Tabrey Lierle Hydro-Eakly FFA 2 Corinne Pittman Carnegie 4-H 3 Presley Frazier Cement 4-H 3 Presley Frazier Cement 4-H Class 5 Hollis Hilmes Fort Cobb-Broxton NA scratch 1 Macey Kimble Hydro-Eakly FFA Division Champion 2 Kayci Luper Carnegie FFA Res Division Champion 3 Ryan Turney Carnegie FFA Division 3 Class 6 1 Hockley Hilmes Fort Cobb-Broxton NA Res. Division Champion 2 Jennica Williams Fort Cobb-Broxton 4-H 3 Greer Lucas Carnegie 4-H Class 7 1 Emma Farmer Fort Cobb-Broxton FFA Division Champion 2 Corinne Pittman Carnegie 4-H 3 Jennica Williams Fort Cobb-Broxton 4-H Sheep: Ewe Show Results Southdown Class 1 1 Grace Clark Carnegie FFA Breed Champion Class 2 2 Gabriel Henderson Cyril 4-H Res.

Hinton Senior News

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HINTON - Here is wishing that everyone had an enjoyable and safe Labor Day. I did attend a Cookout at my daughter's house. We ate delicious BBQ Ribs, Pulled Pork, Potato Salad, Slaw and Desserts on the Patio and kept up with safe distancing. It is hard to believe we are so far into this year already. When you stop and think, we have kept things going on a day to day basis through these unprecedented and trying times. We are all awesome !!!

Caddo County Courthouse News

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CIVIL Danita Melencamp vs Caddo Co Board Of Commissioner, Premises Liability Midfirst Bank vs Donna Lou Spottedhorse, Occupants Of The Premises, Wesley Lee Randolph, Foreclosure Kelly Moxley, Bonnie Moxley vs Fabian Medina, Breach Agreement / Contract In The Matter Of Application vs Bradley Davis, Mobile Home, Certificate Of Title Bistro Energy LLC vs Xanadu Exploration Co, Declaratory Judgment In The Matter Of Application vs William Cole Whitman, Mary Catherine Whitman, 1 Mobile Home, Certificate Of Title State Of Oklahoma Ex Rel vs Justin Lee Clary, Tisa Inez Dinesen, $23,400.00 In Us Currency, Seizure And Forfeiture State Of Oklahoma Ex Rel vs Keith G Geurian, Seizure And Forfeiture Tana Renea Mashaney, Trste vs Lori Jayne Courtney, Quiet Title Anna Gomez vs Alicia Suzanne White, Money Judgment FAMILY COURT Samuel Roy Motuh Cozad vs Heather Nicole Josh, Maurina S Josh, (Guardian), Paternity Sally Jo Rucker vs Gary Travis Rucker, Protective Order Alis J Nash vs Randi Hernasy, Martha B Hernasy, Protective Order Michele Stone-Mcdowell vs Dustin Baker, Brenda Baker, Devon Burelson, Protective Order FELONY Michael Glenn McDaniel, 4 Counts Possession Of Controlled Drug W/Intent To Distb., Possess Firearm During Commission Of A Felony Goliath Mark Wendell, 4 Counts Possession Of Controlled Drug W/Intent To Distb., Possess Firearm During Commission Of A Felony Kelvin Goodbear Jackson, Dui (Municipal/Misd), Operate Mv At Speed Greater Than Reasonable & Proper Ryan L. Bernard Deal-Russell, Trafficking In Illegal Drugs, Driving With License Cancelled/Suspended/Rev oked Chad Anthony Kramp, Falsely Personate Another To Create Liability, Driving With License Cancelled/Suspended/Rev oked, Failure To Maintain Insurance Or Security MISDEMEANOR Joseph Louis Twohatchet, Breaking & Entering Dwelling Without Permission, Public Intoxication Carolyn Joan Flannigan, Obtaining Cash Or Merchandise By Bogus Check/False Pretenses Victor Valenzuela, Obtaining Cash Or Merchandise By Bogus Check/False Pretenses Bridgette Pamela Prentiss, Obtaining Cash Or Merchandise By Bogus Check/False Pretenses Buddy Ray Couchman, Obtaining Cash Or Merchandise By Bogus Check/False Pretenses Shania Lashay Treadaway, Obtaining Cash Or Merchandise By Bogus Check/False Pretenses Ellen Twohatchet-Palmer, Public Intoxication Jerry Bryan Coffey, Domestic Abuse Assault & Battery Misd, Obstructing An Officer.

HOMECOMING HEROES

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Members of the Hinton Comets football team make quite a huddle atop a fire engine during the Sept. 5 Homecoming Parade through downtown HInton.

Statewide Count Hits 64,220 Cases of Covid-19

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OKLAHOMA – The most recent numbers of Covid-19 in Caddo County show 94 active cases of the virus. There are three new cases, one each in Anadarko, Carnegie and Hinton. Four cases went inactive and are reflected in these case counts.

Never Forget 09.11.2001

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NATIONWIDE – Nineteen years ago Friday, the world, including America, was glued to its television screen as events in Washington, New York and Pennsylvania unfolded. It was the day 19 terrorists associated with al Qaeda commandeered four airliners and turned them into huge weapons. At 8:45 the first plane, loaded with fuel for a transcontinental flight slammed into the 80th floor of the World Trade Center. Many were killed in the building and many more were trapped above the crash site. Less than 20 minutes later a second plane would crash into the south tower at the 60th floor. That was when the first crash was no longer an accident, and America was under attack.

Free Meals Back for Students

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OKLAHOMA – The USDA has issued a waiver allowing all children to eat free at the school cafeteria until Dec. 31, regardless of their pay status. This means that all children can eat free, even if the family received a letter stating they did not qualify.

Further Expansions on Rural Telehealth

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CHEYENNE, OK – Earlier this month, an Executive Order (the Order) was signed further expanding access to telehealth services during the COVID-19 pandemic, especially in rural communities. Congressman Frank Lucas (OK-03) released the following statement today applauding the Administration’s actions and committing to continue to work to further expand access to health care in Oklahoma’s rural communities: