The Dover FFA chapter traveled to Oklahoma’s Capitol on Wednesday, Feb. 22, to celebrate National FFA Week. They got to see various rooms inside the Capitol and met numerous different government officials including Sen. Darcy Jech, Rep. Mike Dobrinski, and Blayne Arthur, the Oklahoma secretary of agriculture. At the end of the tour, all of the Oklahoma FFA chapters who attended took a group picture with Gov. Kevin Stitt. Attending from Dover were, from left: Alec Schilde, Fatima Aboite, Aliyah Bowers, Pedro Valles, Hadlee Bryan, Camila Gamez and Gabby Cervantes. [Photo and information provided by Gabby Cervantes/Dover FFA reporter]Read more
The article on the severe drought in the Sunday, March 19, edition of the Times and Free Press contained a major error. It said 800-pound cattle were bringing $2.81 a pound. That was a typographical error. It should have read $1.81 per pound for 800 weight cattle.Read more
The Kingfisher Police Department has investigated or responded to the following reports:Read more
Kingfisher County’s inventory is officially much lighter after this week’s meeting of commissioners.Read more
Lomega has announced its recent winners of its Student of the Month awards. TOP LEFT: December 2022 Students of the Month for Lomega High School were Brooks Uhlenhake and Abi Yost. Junior High winners were Claire Myers and Cal Krittenbrink. TOP RIGHT: January 2023 Students of the Month for Lomega High School were Logan Zielinski and Abby Swart. Junior High recipients were Breckon Murray and Averi Walker. BOTTOM RIGHT: February 2023 Students of the Month for Lomega High School were Owen Duffy and Kate Myers. Junior high winners were Froylan Rivera and Aliana Lawson. [Photos provided]Read more
Parents of Kingfisher Public Schools students received a “Remind” message on Tuesday afternoon that set off some alarms.
Chisholm Trail Museum’s annual, award-winning event is SaturdayRead more
Kingfisher HS, JH band members take part in multiple competitions; several earn right to advance to stateRead more