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Country artist stands tall
Country artist stands tall

James Robert Webb stands tall over other country artists, and at 6 foot 5 inches tall that statement proves quite literal.


Rage in the Cage coming to Choctaw
Rage in the Cage coming to Choctaw
Oklahoma’s Rage in the Cage Mixed Martial Arts Promotion (R.I.T.C.) is working in collaboration with Charlie’s Sports Grill to host R.I.T.C. 28 at Choctaw Creek Park under the covered pavilion Friday, June 13.
Editor awarded by OEA, OKSPJ
Editor awarded by OEA, OKSPJ
Choctaw Times Managing Editor Ryan Horton was recently honored at two separate professional awards banquets.
OSU falls in Cotton Bowl
OSU falls in Cotton Bowl

Eerily reminiscent of Bedlam, Missouri got the big plays it needed at the end of the Cotton Bowl to beat an old rival, but for the No. 9 Tigers, the game was more than just a meeting of old rivals.


Antique and Craft garage sale in Choctaw on Saturday
11/13/2013

A huge antique and craft garage sale will be held at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16 at 17706 Hwy 102, 4 3/4 miles south of I-40 at Exit 178. Don't miss this huge sale!!!!
Harrah to host MMA benefit
Harrah to host MMA benefit
Following a Sept. 18 car accident that left Oklahoma City police officer and Ultimate Fighting Championship featherweight Matt Grice hospitalized the local community was quick to show their support of the Harrah man.
Nicoma Park adopts new city logo
Nicoma Park adopts new city logo
Nicoma Park recently awarded 23-year-old Alyssa Pence, of Little Axe, a check for $500 in exchange for her design of a new city logo.
North Canadian threatens to wash away Choctaw homes
North Canadian threatens to wash away Choctaw homes
A home and mobile home sitting on what was a 40-acre section of land off the North Canadian River are in danger of being swept away.
Washed-out bridge results in death
Washed-out bridge results in death

With nearly a foot of rain flooding the area last Friday night several area bridges fell victim to rushing water and collapsed.


Nicoma Park plans for the future
Nicoma Park plans for the future

According to Mayor Robert Pittman for the first time in Nicoma Park’s history the city is on its way to establishing a comprehensive plan for economic development.


Beauty and the Beast
Beauty and the Beast

Choctaw High School’s award-winning Drama, Choir and Band programs are proud to announce Disney’s "Beauty and the Beast" as their 2013 spring musical.


Choctaw Town Square LLC. sues City of Choctaw
Choctaw Town Square LLC. sues City of Choctaw
The developers of the 39-acre town square along NE 23rd Street are suing over money they claim the city owes for construction services rendered and legal costs incurred.
OKC plays host to Strikeforce finale
OKC plays host to Strikeforce finale

Oklahoma City’s Chesapeake Energy Arena played host to the Strikeforce promotion’s final show Saturday night, and what a show it was filled with several past champions not to mention a pedigreed undercard boasting names such as Gracie and Couture.


Walmart finalizes land purchase in Choctaw
Walmart finalizes land purchase in Choctaw

After 25 months in the making representatives of Choctaw Town Square LLC. and the City of Choctaw sat down Friday to sign paperwork finalizing the sale of land to Wal-Mart Real Estate Business Trust.


Garcia earns win at Bedlam
Garcia earns win at Bedlam

After Choctaw’s own Kyle Garcia defeated Oklahoma State’s Eddie Klimara 3-2 in the opening match at 125 pounds Bedlam would prove long for Oklahoma as the team would only claim one additional victory.


Nelson crowned Miss EOC 2013
Nelson crowned Miss EOC 2013

April Nelson, a junior attending Oklahoma City University, won her title at the Miss Eastern Oklahoma County Scholarship Pageant, held Saturday at the Choctaw Performing Arts Center.


Packing in public
Packing in public

Half a year after Governor Mary Fallin signed Senate Bill 1733 Oklahoma is now ready to officially become an open carry state.


School score setback
School score setback

The state Board of Education voted unanimously last Monday to delay a vote on releasing the first report cards of the new A-F grading system for all schools and districts statewide.


Lawton cripples Yellowjackets
10/3/2012

Lawton cripples Yellowjackets

Friday’s hard-hitting matchup against Lawton resulted in a multitude of injuries on both sides.


 

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