The late Ralph J. “Butch” Choate is a 1965 graduate of Hennessey High School. Choate was a lifelong resident of Hennessey and the son of Jack H. Choate and Jule J. Judson Choate.
It has been nearly four years since the vision of the Eagle Event Center, also sometimes referred to as “The Dome,” started out as just a need for a storm shelter.
Congressman Frank Lucas (OK-03) led a bipartisan letter with 24 of his House colleagues to U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Sonny Perdue requesting that he provide the findings of the Agency’s beef pricing investigation to Congress as soon as possible. Following the announcement of the USDA’s Packers and Stockyard Division investigation in August of 2019, Secretary Perdue, extended USDA’s investigation last month to determine the causes of divergence between live beef and box prices during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Western Oklahoma’s First Responders preparing for looser restrictions, thankful for their communities
Following the three-phase plan that Gov. Kevin Stitt laid out in April, the second half of phase one began last Friday, allowing churches as well as dining, entertainment, and sporting venues to reopen. Those forums must still adhere to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention’s recommended social distancing and sanitation protocols.