Kingfisher Public Schools technology education instructor Kurt Kaya may not be giving up his day job, but a summer spent working in the information technology department of a major insurance company was rewarding for both him and his students.
Abundant July rains have boosted the thriving tropical landscape at a residence in the heart of Kingfisher.
Cashion Athletic Sports Association (CASA) recently awarded a $1,000 scholarship to 2020 graduate Kaylin Niemyer.
Hennessey not delaying the start of school could benefit students down the road, according to Superintendent Dr. Mike Woods.
Kingfisher Board of Education will vote on a proposed reopening plan Monday at its regular August meeting.
Even in retirement, Curtis Lofton can’t help but haul in football honors.
Saturday didn’t start out so great for Jeff and Riley Myers.
Her goal was to place in the top-three.
Despite missing his senior season, Cashion High School graduate Logan LaGasse signed recently to continue his baseball career. LaGasse, seated center, signed to play at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford. Seated with him at the signing are his high school coach Blake Mounce (left) and principal Ryan Schenk (right). Standing behind them are, from left, sisters Ashley LaGasse, Emily Buchalla and Lauren Buchalla; brother Landon LaGasse; sister Lauren Pyle; and parents Gaylien LaGasse and Todd LaGasse. [Photo provided]
Thomas Clifford Somers was born Dec. 15, 1953, in Oklahoma City.
Michael “Moe” Moore, 71, died July 28, 2020, in Garber.
He was born in Kingfisher and graduated from Hennessey High School.
Services were scheduled for10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 1, at the Ladusau-Evans Chapel in Enid with Rev. Mark Hein officiating.
A full obituary will appear in Wednesday’s edition.