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PIONEER TELEPHONE COOPERATIVE NAMES NEW GENERAL MANAGER

In 1953, rural Oklahoma was very different from its urban counterparts. After the drastic decline in population following the Dust Bowl and Great Depression, the number of rural Oklahomans was dwindling. Rural life struggled, particularly in quality-of-life issues that included a lack of electricity, water, and communication. Cities like Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Kingfisher, had…

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Weatherford wanting to honor Vietnam veterans.

Settled right off Route 66 sits Weatherford’s Heritage Park, a two-year project funded through grants. The park has covered porch swings, vintage tailgate benches, restrooms, a playground, and even a dog park. What more could you need? Well, for many Weatherford citizens, a “thank you” for veterans comes to mind. After talking with community members…

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Fresh off the Farm

Fresh off the Farm

Over the last year, the "steaks" have never been higher on the farm. Find out how happy these two students were to finally show off their prized possessions.

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