Thursday, February 23, 2017
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By Chad Waters  This week, the Bison wrestlers practiced with Woodward, Piedmont, Mustang and Putnam City North, to prepare them for the State Tournament starting on Friday, February 24, at 10:30 a.m., at the Oklahoma City State Fairgrounds. The OSSAA State Tournament brackets were released... + continue reading
Thursday, February 23, 2017
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By Eric Warsinskey    With northwest Oklahoma as a whole serving as the epicenter for oil and gas mining for Oklahoma over the past year, the state is attempting to find new sources of revenue, and they too have turned to our area in order to achieve that. However, the legislation... + continue reading
Thursday, February 23, 2017
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By Chad Waters  Another first. Another milestone. This past weekend, nine Geary Bison wrestlers placed at this year’s West Regional Tournament in Plainview, giving the Bison their first Regional Title in school history. The Bison made the 150- mile trek down south, and left with nine... + continue reading
Thursday, February 23, 2017
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By Chad Waters  The City of Geary (Blaine and Canadian Counties combined) saw a $34,291.22 increase in sales tax revenue and net taxable sales for the month of February, according to an Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC) report released this past week. The February distribution of sales tax... + continue reading
Thursday, February 23, 2017
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This week, the Bison wrestlers practiced with Woodward, Piedmont, Mustang and Putnam City North, to prepare them for the State Tournament starting on Friday, February 24, at 10:30 a.m., at the Oklahoma City State Fairgrounds. The OSSAA State Tournament brackets were released earlier this week,... + continue reading

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By Darcy Jech  One of our highest priorities in the legislature is to ensure we draft a budget that will support the various needs of state services, including critical areas like education, criminal justice and mental health. Similar to last year, we... + continue reading
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By Eric Warsinskey Editor A little over a week ago we reported that Blaine County had largely remained outside of the Flu hospitalization bubble during this year’s flu season as the County was one of the few in the state to not report a large... + continue reading

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By Chad Waters Staff Reporter Geary High wrestling announced its presence with tons of emotion. On their way to their highest finish at the Class 3A Dual State tournament, the Bison defeated the No. 4-seeded Sperry Pirates 42-39, defeated the No. 3-seeded Plainview Indians 54-23, before... + continue reading
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By Chad Waters Staff Reporter There are more than 6,800 bridges in the State of Oklahoma, giving Oklahoma the 16th most bridges in the country right in between California and Florida. One of those bridges, the US- 281 Bridgeport Bridge, over the South Canadian River near Hinton in Caddo... + continue reading
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Senior Bison Wrestler Ross Shawnee was one of two Geary wrestlers to go undefeated at Dual State in Shawnee on February 10-11. Shawnee pinned his first two opponents during the first-round dual with Sperry and the semifinal dual against Plainview. He then defeated his Perry opponent by way of a 10-... + continue reading
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By Chad Waters  This week, the Bison wrestlers practiced with Woodward, Piedmont, Mustang and Putnam City North, to prepare them for the State Tournament starting on Friday, February 24, at... + continue reading

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By Darcy Jech  One of our highest priorities in the legislature is to ensure we draft a budget that will support the various needs of state services, including critical areas like education,... + continue reading

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by Arthur Jacobs The Longest Walk 5 – War on Drugs and Domestic Violence made its way into Oklahoma yesterday and will be in the state for at least the next week. Along the route, local runners... + continue reading