The Tuttle Times Breaking News

Osborn Right for Labor Commission After Taking Stand

State Rep. Leslie Osborn, R-Mustang, announced late last week that she is in the process of putting together an exploratory committee to consider running for Oklahoma Labor Commissioner. As Labor Commissioner, Osborn’s focus will be on retaining the state’s educators since the measure will strengthen the state’s case for attracting other industries. “At this time, Oklahoma…

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Tuttle Education Foundation to host second Spring Social

By Darla Welchel, Staff Writer Oklahoma is well-known for many things – beautiful sunsets, immense prairie lands, its ever-changing weather, tornadoes, the trail of tears . . . and being the leader of the pack when it comes to education cutbacks. There are things to be proud of, and things to learn from – but…

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Woman arrested after pursuit; search for man ends in his release

A pursuit starting in Union City ended up with a female being arrested after a burglary was reported. On Thursday, March 23, at 12:49 p.m., dispatch advised that a victim was chasing a suspect of a larceny eastbound on SW 29th from Choctaw. The vehicle was describ ed as a red Chevrolet Tahoe pulling a…

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2016 Little Miss Tuttle Contestants

This year’s Little Miss Tuttle Pageant will be held at at the Elementary Cafeteria instead of the football field. The Little Miss Tuttle Contest will begin at 7 p.m. at the Tuttle Elementary Cafeteria and the Miss Tuttle Pageant will follow. Winners of the pageants will be named after the cake auction Saturday evening, which…

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Miss Tuttle Fair 2016 Contestants

Tuttle will host the 2016 Miss Tuttle Fair pageant, following the Little Miss Tuttle pageant which is scheduled for Friday at 7 p.m. at the Tuttle Elementary Cafeteria. There will be a crowning Saturday evening following the annual Cake Auction, which is set to begin at 7:30 p.m.   Miss Tuttle Fair 2015 Kaydn Estes…

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Rodeo rides into Tuttle

Rafter D Rodeo put on a show at Tuttle’s Schrock Park Friday and Saturday with many locals winning buckles for first-place finishes in 10 different events. “I think it went really well,” Roundup Club President Link Polson said Monday. “Rafter D has been doing our rodeo for a long time. They do a good job…

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Tuttle boy overcomes disability, shows up for football

Nine-year-old Caden Hopper works hard to do the things that come naturally to most kids. Despite suffering from a condition that limits his motor skills, Caden completed his first weeklong football camp Thursday in the face of a 104-degree heat index. An efficient student, Caden will be a fourth grader a month from now, but…

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Tuttle Rodeo Aug. 5 and 6

In its thirty-fourth installment, the Annual Tuttle Rodeo will take place Friday and Saturday, Aug. 5 and 6 at Schrock Park. Action will begin each evening at 8 p.m. Racers, ropers and riders will compete for cash prizes, buckles and bragging rights. Cost of admission will be $10 at the gate for adults, $5 for…

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Tuttle firefighter hit in car wreck suffers extensive damage

Thursday morning, July 21, just before sunrise, Tuttle firefighter Montana Clark was T-boned by an SUV while driving from Mustang to Tuttle heading south on Highway 4 at the corner of 4 and Sw 89th Street. The vehicle crashed into Clark’s car driverside, resulting in numerous injuries to the hometown hero. Clark is suffering from…

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Don’t Let Losers Win

There have been a lot of tragedies lately, and that does make me sad. I’m a good-news person. I’m more likely to read the portion of a newspaper featuring a dog show rather than one featuring a mass homicide. I don’t want to read about terrible things, especially when they happened far away. Lately, that’s…

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