Local News

OHP Trooper Honored 

Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper from Troop H in Clinton has been awarded a high honor.According to the OHP, Lt. Steven Cornell was awarded the 2019 Chief’s Award for his dedication to the western Oklahoma area of firearms training and instruction. In a press release, OHP says after Lt. Cornell moved to Custer County in 1995, […]

First Baby of 2021 Born at Great Plains Regional Medical Center 

Elk City, OK: After much anticipation, GPRMC welcomed our first baby of 2021 on January 5th! Emersyn Lillie Jean Pollard was delivered at 7:49 AM by Dr. Michael Robinson weighing 5lbs 10oz and 18 inches long. Emersyn’s arrival was patiently awaited by her mother Debra Burleson and father Josh Pollard of Moore, OK.“One of our […]

WCF Cowboy Church Coat Giveaway 

It’s been a cold winter! Need a coat? Have too many coats? WCF cowboy church will open on Thursday, January 21, 2021, from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm to give away coats. If you need a coat or someone that you know needs one, please stop by and help yourself. We do ask that you […]


Leedey Bison 

Reydon Tigers 

Oklahoma State Fall 2020 Honor Rolls 

Lady Bears on Winning Streak 


Passive Immunity Status and Long-Term Health and Performance of Calves 

Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist — You have heard the warning: “What happens in Las Vegas, stays in Las Vegas!!!” Perhaps you have not heard: “What happens in the first 24 hours, impacts the rest of a calf’s life”! Veterinary scientists, while with the USDA experiment station at Clay Center, Nebraska […]

Avoid Tapping Into 401(k) Early 

If you’ve been contributing for many years to your 401(k) or similar retirement plan, it may be your largest pool of money. So, if you are facing a financial need, you may think about tapping into your account. After all, it’s your money – why not use it? But touching your 401(k) before you retire […]

Cheyenne 50 Years Ago 

Spec Lester had his wagon team out on Christmas Eve giving the young people rides. This has become an annual affair that the children enjoy very much. This offers the children a chance to try out our grandfathers mode of transportation. Seventeen firms manufacturers of chemicals are being sued by B.H. Cole, Jr. and Maude […]

Cheyenne 50 Years Ago 

Cheyenne certainly looks mighty like Christmas! Sounds mighty like Christmas, too! The new Christmas lights along Broadway reminded all who see them that it is the season of Christmas. The light were purchased last year with different civic organizations contributing money to make possible the purchase. The lights consist of bells, candles, and a wreath. […]

Dan’s Cow-Calf Corner Most Passive Immunity Occurs in the First 6 Hours 

Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist — Resistance to disease is greatly dependent on antibodies or immunoglobulins and can be either active or passive in origin. In active immunity, the body produces antibodies in response to infection or vaccination. Passive immunity gives temporary protection by transfer of certain immune substances from resistant […]