When Oklahoma Green To Gold Recycling LLC co-owner Darrel Armer first walked into a worm farm, he put a clothes pin on his nose, thinking that worm farms must smell awful. He was in for a pleasant surprise. “The worm poop, or castings, is about the purest form of dirt,” Armer said. So, the smell…
Two people from Harrah have been charged with multiple child sexual abuse crimes following their arrest in early January. Amanda D. Bond-Langston, 32, and Jeremy C. Barnes, Sr., 36, each face six counts of child sexual abuse and one count each of child neglect. The formal charges were filed in…
The Department of Education earlier this month handed out mid-term adjustments to funding allocations and between Pottawatomie and Lincoln Counties only one district received an increase. Chandler took the largest hit of the nine public school districts in Lincoln County. Meeker suffered the…
The other day when I started thinking about a topic for this column, I began searching for some old photos sent to me several years ago. Now I’m not sure about some of you, but I told myself I’d placed them in a spot where they would be easy to find. I’d looked at them several times and they are…
Town Talk kicked off fundraising this week via Facebook for the Route 66 themed miniature golf course we plan on installing on Main Street. The course will consist of nine holes. The first hole will be the train station where you hop on board to get some kicks on Route 66. The next eight holes…
Public schools in Pottawatomie and Lincoln Counties took a hit in their recent midterm adjustments. There are a total of 23 school districts between the two counties. All but one of those suffered cuts at mid-term, some substantially. The only district that gained was North Rock Creek. That…
1. Update on “Light up the Park”/Homestead Park A. Dismantling of all displays & lighting is still currently going on. B. Please start now on making plans for next year’s “Light up Homestead”. 2. Update on Glenn Crest Park A. Mr. Ryerson, the concrete contractor, has finished pouring all…
The filing period for three seats on the McLoud City Council opens at 8 a.m. Monday, Feb. 1, running through 5 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3. Pottawatomie County Election Board Secretary Jeannie Stover said candidates may file between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on those three days at the County…
The number of deaths attributed to COVID-19 has climbed to 50 in Pottawatomie County over the past week, the Oklahoma State Department of Health reports. Four additional deaths have been reported in the county. They include three females and a male, all in the 65 or older age group, the OSDH said…
Wellston Middle and High School students were recently awarded their Gordon Cooper STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) award for the Fall 2020 semester. Students were nominated by their instructors for excellence in STEM coursework. Pictured standing in the back is Laura Taylor, Wylee…
Prosecutors have filed three felony charges against a Chandler resident following his arrest by Chandler Police last month. Nathaniel Dale Burns, 34, of 324 W. 5th in Chandler, has been charged in Lincoln County District Court with kidnapping, feloniously pointing a firearm and possessing a…
When Oklahoma Green To Gold Recycling LLC co-owner Darrel Armer first walked into a worm farm, he…
Two people from Harrah have been charged with multiple child sexual abuse crimes following their…
The Department of Education earlier this month handed out mid-term adjustments to funding…
When Oklahoma Green To Gold Recycling LLC co-owner Darrel Armer first walked into a worm farm, he put a clothes pin on his nose, thinking that worm farms must smell awful. He was in for a pleasant surprise. “The worm poop, or castings, is about the purest form of dirt,” Armer said. So, the smell was much more pleasant than he had expected. “I’m an avid hunter and it was just like walking out into the forest, it really was a rain forest or something,” he said. Oklahoma Green To Gold Recycling, LLC in Meeker received its Oklahoma Department…
The other day when I started thinking about a topic for this column, I began searching for some old photos sent to me several years ago. Now I’m not sure…
Town Talk kicked off fundraising this week via Facebook for the Route 66 themed miniature golf course we plan on installing on Main Street. The course will…
Public schools in Pottawatomie and Lincoln Counties took a hit in their recent midterm adjustments. There are a total of 23 school districts between the two…
Left, McLoud’s Tryce Lewis (50) eyes the bucket before scoring in the semifinals of the 66 Conference tournament last week in Seminole. Defending for Meeker…
The Dale and North Rock Creek boys teams won tournament championships last week, with Dale taking the crown at the Cashion tournament and North Rock Creek…
Top, the referee is looking for the pin as Evan Manning competes for Chandler during the Lions’ dual meet with Bethel last week. Photo/Jennifer Pryor. Above…
Wellston Middle and High School students were recently awarded their Gordon Cooper STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) award for the Fall 2020…
Friday was a beautiful day for late January and disk golfers took full advantage of it. The fivesome of Robert Spurlock, Harley Pettitt, Justin Hoover, Blake…
Despite COVID-19, the Pottawatomie County Junior Livestock Trophy Auction and Pig Roast will go on again this year. It will be the same time it always is held…