When the 2017 Wagoner Junior Livestock Show commences Feb. 24-25 at the Wagoner Show Barn, six senior Wagoner FFA members will be presenting their livestock projects in the local arena for the last time.
Wagoner FFA Exhibitors
The newest addition to the Wagoner Police Department is a two-year-old German Shepherd named Zeek. As the only K9 officer on the squad, he has already seen success after just over one month on the job.
Coweta High School will be taking an innovative approach to the traditional parent teacher conferences next month.
Police do not believe a suspicious situation in Coweta was an attempted child abduction after the man in question came forward, according to a news release.
If there were any questions from members of the Wagoner Area Chamber of Commerce concerning the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office, it's unlikely they remain unanswered, after a succinctly delivered presentation by Sheriff Chris Elliott last week.
OKLAHOMA CITY – For the third time in five years, legislation has been filed to statutorily forbid smoking in a vehicle in which a child is being transported.
Coweta Police are reporting a possible attempted child abduction that took place Monday, February 20 at approximately 4:48 p.m. in the area of 13615 S. 286th E. Ave. in Coweta.
Coweta 4-H and FFA members have worked diligently with their livestock projects all winter long in anticipation of this week’s Wagoner County Junior Livestock Show in Coweta.
Saturday, Feb. 11 was a busy day for Porter FFA and 4-H members who took part in the 2015 Porter Local Junior Livestock Show at the Porter Show Barn.
Wagoner Police Chief Bob Haley had the chance to show off the new radio system the department finally has installed and ready for use after many months in the making.
Coweta Masonic Lodge No. 251 will host its 2nd Annual Coweta Lodge Crawfish Boil Saturday, February 25 at the lodge, 15244 S. 291st E. Ave.
For Wagoner agriculture teacher David Baker, who is retiring after 23 years with the school district, the Wagoner Junior Livestock Show is more than just an event he prepares his students for — it’s a part of him.
The Coweta Assembly is in the second month of its prayer ministry, Coweta Prays, and so far has seen success via an open prayer line that people can call or text when needed, according to ministry leader Mari Horn.
Editor’s note: Information in this column is obtained from public records at the Wagoner Police Department for the period ending Feb. 17, 2017.
Tickets are on sale at the Wagoner City Historical Museum for the movie “Footprints in the Dew: The Last Ten Tapes.”
When it comes to alcohol and tobacco products, adults are not the only ones who use them.
Nearly three dozen people attended the Coweta Chamber meeting Wednesday, February 15 at the Coweta Assembly to hear Coweta School Superintendent Jeff Holmes give his annual State of the Schools address.
Wagoner County Democrats will hold their monthly business meeting Monday, February 27 at 6 p.m. at Pizza Hut in Wagoner.
This combined county-wide newspaper will still focus on the same community issues and features as before but under one unified title.