Support provided for breastfeeding mothers
There has been negative and positive attention to a mother’s right to breastfeed in public, however, most will agree that breastfeeding itself is a good thing.
Relearning religion opened doors
Almost everyone has at least one defining experience in their life which makes them take a closer look at all the beliefs they hold.
For Michael Shank, author of “Muscle and a Shovel,” his came when he attended a Bible study taught by a former co-worker only revealed as Randall.
Shank will share his story Sunday, Sept. 1, in three services at Eastside Church of Christ.
Services will be open to the public and are at 9 a.m., 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Stephens county free fair provides activities for all ages
Members of FFA and 4-H are typically used to hard work and the annual Farmhand Olympics put the skills of ag students from across the county to the test.
There were four contests students competed in as four-member teams at the Stephens County Free Fair event Friday at the Stephens County Fair & Expo Center.
Cruising down memory lane
Charles Harris traveled down memory lane Friday as a spectator at the second monthly Main Street Car Cruise.
Harris brought several family members and while he didn’t do any cruising, he did watch and reminiscence.
Foster named ‘living legend’ at Velma bash
Charles Foster has been breaking and riding horses around these parts in southwestern Oklahoma for years.
Ask around and you’ll find that cowboys young and old look up to him, and not just because he’s on a horse.
“He has been a role model to all the cowboys in the area,” said Shannon Williams, whose voice boomed over the loudspeakers Saturday at the Old Settlers’ 123rd Annual Picnic in Velma. “All of the youngsters still gather at his place sometimes.
Bringing characters to life through sculpture
Danielle Francis said one of her favorite cartoon shows is “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.”After attending this week’s Sculpture: The Original 3D summer camp at Chisholm Trail Heritage Center, she won’t have to wait until Saturday mornings to see one of her favorite characters.
Students at the Chisholm Trail Arts Council’s Arts Explosion have spent this week learning how to make “glass” flowers by recycling plastic bottles.
Kitsmiller keeps kids stitching at CTHC’s crochet camp
Kaylee Foster, 9, of Duncan, was apprehensive about taking a crochet class.
“I’ve never crocheted before and it’s very fun,” she said. “At first, I thought it would be boring but as I got into it, I thought it was cool.”
Empire High School reunion
Empire High School will have a multi-class reunion for the classes of 1979-84, from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday, July 6, at the Duncan Golf and Tennis Club.
Moms go bald to help battle childhood cancer
Each day on average, 46 families are told their child has cancer and in 2006, Shawna Weis received that news.
Weis’ daughter Jocilyn was diagnosed with medulloblastoma, a brain cancer, at the age of five. After five brain surgeries, several weeks of radiation and 14 months of chemotherapy, Jocilyn has been in remission for six years.
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