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Jul 8, 2020 - 00:00

VIEWS OF Kingfisher’s July 4 include: clockwise from top left, Carson Nusz, Hannah Johnson, Caleb Johnson and Landon Nusz in the parade; paradegoers Harper and Emry Vasquez; grand marshals Larry and Mick Hart; Sam Wittrock safely enjoying the fireworks; Kayveon, Kevyn and Kamari Lee waiting for the fun to start; Curtain Time Dance Studio teacher Johanna Adams and students; Old Glory at the Kingfisher Fire Station; Rachel Franks with Mason Franks and William Munoz and Judah Mayfield enjoying some melon. [Reader Photos Provided via Facebook. See more on the Times & Free Press Facebook Page and watch for our Freedom Fest video]

The best doctor in the world is the veterinarian. He can’t ask his patients what is the matter – he’s just got to know. — Will Rogers

Kingfisher High School graduate Ashton Wensman Bensinger received first place recently in the photojournalism category at the National Photography Society of America Youth Photo Contest.

Jul 8, 2020 - 00:00

Two juvenile passengers suffered injuries Sunday in a three-vehicle accident at the southeastern edge of Kingfisher County.


It didn’t take Josh Sumrall long in his new job to start having to work on big personnel moves.

A Kingfisher softball team just wrapped up a season during which it went through league play and three tournaments without a single loss. The Kingfisher Lady Jackets last Saturday thumped Guthrie 12-0 to win the Cimarron Valley League 10U Tournament championship in Guthrie. The win wrapped up a dominant tournament and season in which the Lady Jackets went 19-0. Lily Voth pitched no-hitters for Kingfisher in both the semifinals - a 2-0 victory over Guthrie - and the championship game. Kennedy Stewart’s strong performance in the circle led to a 10-3 victory over Okarche in the quarterfinals. The Lady Jackets also won the KGSA Opening Day Round Robin and the K-Fest Bash 2020 earlier this season. Team members include, from left, Chloe Golbek, Kennedy Stewart, Aislin Barnett, Whitney Ramer, Lily Voth, Ela Hartman, Kendal Farrar, Ryan Scammahorn, Rystan Jerkins, Callie Blair and Maeli Turner. Coaches were, back row, from left, Josh Farrar, Kyle Stewart, Joe Voth and David Blair. [Photo provided]

There will be an All-State football game after all…at least for now.

Jun 24, 2020 - 00:00

EAGLES WIN AGAIN –The Oklahoma Eagles Elite basketball team, which features coaches and players from Cashion, had another successful event last weekend. The team beat the Elite Natives 67-63 in overtime in the finals of the Bracket Buster Tournament at the Sons of Ireland facility in Piedmont. That win came after a 44-41 victory over Oklahoma Wolfpack in the semifinals.


President Donald Trump in his address at Mt. Rushmore:

If anyone is looking for an example of how presidential elections might look if we lose the Electoral College check out the S.Q. 802 results.


Jul 8, 2020 - 00:00

Graveside services for Annette Marie Goucher, 97, Hennessey were Tuesday July 7, at Calvary Cemetery officiated by Rev. Ed Menasco.

Jul 8, 2020 - 00:00

Marjorie Louise Hurley, Kingfisher, passed away Sunday, July 5, 2020, at Cimarron Nursing Center.