Kinggfisher County residents woke up to the coldest temperatures yet Tuesday in the sustained arctic blast, with actual temperatures at minus 12 and some Cimarron Electric Cooperative customers also woke up to surprise rolling blackouts,Read More
No estimates of water damages caused by broken water pipes in both the Hennessey elementary and high schools, but "I imagine it will take us a month to get the high school back so we can use it," said Superintendent Dr.Read More
UPDATE: 10:49 a.m. Tuesday Blackouts over for now.
UPDATE: 8:46 a.m. Tuesday Rolling blackouts started with no notice.Read More
We are sure that our readers have noticed a drastic reduction in our newspaper’s number of pages per issue, and the lack of pre-print advertising inserts, after the COVID-19 pandemic began in February of last year. This newspaper you’re looking at is a perfect example. In preCOVID-19 times we would have five or six pre-printed inserts and from 16 to 24 pages in a Wednesday publication. In this issue we have zero pre-print inserts and only 14 pages. This has become our norm over the past 12 months.Read More