Thursday, May 25, 2017
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By Chad Waters  A summer tradition in Geary is back as the town pool opens on Memorial Day, Monday, May 29. Geary’s town pool was originally built by the Works Progress Administration in the 1930s, and at just $2 per person, it continues to be one of the more popular summer... + continue reading
Thursday, May 25, 2017
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By Eric Warsinskey  Meteorologists warned of a severe weather outbreak last week for over a week in advance, and as predicted, that severe weather outbreak slammed into Western Oklahoma last week on three separate occasions. Geary was front and center last Thursday as a tornado warned... + continue reading
Thursday, May 25, 2017
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Geary Bison Senior Graduation Pictures   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition. http://etypeservices.com/Geary%20StarID518/ + continue reading
Friday, May 19, 2017
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This week officially marked my one-year anniversary working with The Geary Star, Watonga Republican and Hinton Record, and because of that, I’d like to reflect on what working in Geary has meant to me. When I first started working here, I wasn’t sure what I was getting myself into.... + continue reading
Thursday, May 18, 2017
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By Chad Waters One of the larger classes in recent memory will receive their diplomas this Saturday morning as 28 members of the Geary High School Class of 2017 will participate in the school’s graduation ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 20, inside Stegall-Long Field House. The... + continue reading

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Strong storms with potentially flooding downpours, tornadoes, powerful winds, and hail have been making their way across the state this storm season. They leave massive damage to homes and businesses in their wake, including downed trees and power lines,... + continue reading
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By Jonathan Small  To hear some at the state Capitol talk, every agency is on starvation rations due to the state budget shortfall. The executive branch made presentations offering a doom-and-gloom picture of government agencies implying that if... + continue reading

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By Eric Warsinskey Wheeler Brothers Grain Company celebrated a century in business this past weekend with a party for employees, customers, friends and family. Employees from across Wheeler Brothers 12 offices across western Oklahoma converged on Watonga where a celebration 100 years in the... + continue reading
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by Chad Waters  Three Geary Bison seniors received their State FFA Degrees at the 91st Annual Oklahoma FFA State Convention on Tuesday-Wednesday, May 2-3. Cooper Hicks, Jacob Base and Dalton Cash represented the Geary FFA Chapter among the 356 other Oklahoma Chapters who filled the... + continue reading
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by Chad Waters  Inside the new track and football field at Western Heights High School, two Geary Bison athletes placed at this year’s State Track and Field Meet on Friday-Saturday, May 5-6. Senior Ethan Allen and junior Aivrie Drumm placed in the pole vaulting event out of... + continue reading
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Strong storms with potentially flooding downpours, tornadoes, powerful winds, and hail have been making their way across the state this storm season. They leave massive damage to homes and businesses... + 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