Trade Deals Expand Markets, Potential for Oklahoma
After Decade, Schools Could Be on Hook for Breaking Class-Size Limits
Hall meets with Kingfisher County retired educators
Hennessey Students of the Week
Hennessey Students of the Week
Governor Kevin Stitt to Keynote Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association’s Annual Policy Meeting on Jan. 28

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Trade Deals Expand Markets, Potential for Oklahoma

The Senate Appropriations Committee voted nearly unanimously to move the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement Implementation Act, or USMCA, closer towards a vote on the Senate floor.

After Decade, Schools Could Be on Hook for Breaking Class-Size Limits

Kindergarten and firstgrade classes across Oklahoma likely will be required to meet the state’s class-size limit for the first time in a decade when the 2021-22 school year begins.

Thursday, Jan. 23

Sports

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Back: Gracie Michelsen, Aaliyhia Cox, Andrea Gonzalez, Edgar Nunez, Yulissa Castanon, Addison Andrews, Gabriel Roman, Kaleb Peach.

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The Canton Tigers are coming off a season in which they won more games (two) than they have in the previous three years combined (one).

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Hennessey Community Guide has been out for almost a year and it's time to update!

Obituaries

The funeral for Jack G. Witt, 74 will be at 10:00 AM Tuesday January 21, 2020 at Dover Christian Church officiated by Rev. Fred Jones.

Memorial service for Melvin Edward Thompson, 78 were held at 2:00 PM Thursday December 26, 2019 at Dover Christian Church officiated by Rev. Fred Jones.

Phyllis Jean Frost

Phyllis Jean Frost, 65, was born July 19, 1954 to Pat Ray & Dorothy Frost in Mena, Arkansas and passed away in Orange County, California on Wednesday, December 18, 2019 after a courageous battl

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