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By Chad Waters Exactly $1 tax is imposed every time cattle are sold. Oklahoma ranchers pay approximately $3 million per year due to the “Beef Checkoff”, which is imposed by federal law. Fifty cents of each checkoff dollar is send directly to the Oklahoma Beef Council (OBC),... + continue reading
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By Chad Waters Welcome to the 41st Ann u a l W a - tonga Cheese Festival’s Birthday Bash. We are pumped and ready to celebrate Wheeler Brothers Grain Company’s 100th Birthday. It’s not very often you get a great chance like this to honor a business and family that have such... + continue reading
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Junior Kevin Johnston catches a pass from junior quarterback Landon Holt during the Bison’s Homecoming game against the Snyder Cyclones (5-1, 1-0) on Friday, October 6. The Cyclones defeated Geary (3-3, 0-1) in the first District Game of the season, 44-6.   To read more please log... + continue reading
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Senior Defensive Lineman Chase Merkey: “Chase is a big, strong, and very dedicated kid for us,”coach Steven Wilson said. “He showed up all summer and did not miss a day of lifting. He lifted twice a day for most of the summer. He works hard and is by far one of the most... + continue reading

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By Bobby Stitt Although early detection and increase dawareness around breast cancer have helped reduce death rates over the last few years, the disease still claims too many lives. Each year, doctors diagnose more than 250,000 new cases of breast... + continue reading
10/05/2017
By Chad Waters The City of Geary (Blaine and Canadian Counties combined) saw around a $14,000 decrease in sales tax revenue and net taxable sales for the month of September, according to an Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC) report released this past week.... + continue reading

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By Chad Waters Although the score was misleading, the Geary Bison failed to finish on enough drives in the red zone to make it a more competitive game in their 44- 14 loss to Pioneer on Friday, September 29. Offensively, the Bison (3-2) managed to march down inside the Mustangs 30-yard line... + continue reading
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By Chad Waters After an afternoon tournament of the popular outdoor game, cornhole, the Takedown Club raised more than $4,000 for the Geary/Watonga Wrestling team on Saturday, September 30. Thanks to Aaron and Jennifer Base, 16 teams and other onlookers came out to support the wrestling team... + continue reading
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Junior linebacker Demontree Kearny forced two fumbles in last week’s game against the Pioneer Mustangs. “Demontree is a kid who is playing well for us,” coach Steven Wilson said. “We’ve stuck him at several different positions and he has made plays at each of... + continue reading
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Junior Kevin Johnston catches a pass from junior quarterback Landon Holt during the Bison’s Homecoming game against the Snyder Cyclones (5-1, 1-0) on Friday, October 6. The Cyclones defeated... + continue reading

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By Bobby Stitt Although early detection and increase dawareness around breast cancer have helped reduce death rates over the last few years, the disease still claims too many lives. Each... + continue reading

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The Oklahoma Indian American Baptist Association (OIABA), was established 100 years ago and formally known as the Western Oklahoma Indian Association. The annual camp meetings were being held by... + continue reading