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Minco host families needed for foreign exchange students

By Jon Watje Managing Editor Host families in Minco are needed for a group of foreign exchange students eager to learn about the American culture. Angela Owen, a coordinator for Education Travel & Culture (ETC), said she needs two more host families to spend either a semester or entire school year with students from other…

‘Right to Farm’ advocates seek support

Voters will have a big decision this November as the state considers an amendment to the Oklahoma Constitution that would limit the ability of lawmakers to regulate farming practices. According to the text of State Question 777, if passed the right to make use of agricultural technology, the right to make use of livestock procedures…

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Bulldogs crush Cordell, 62-12, to advance to the Class A quarterfinals at Afton

By Jon Watje Managing Editor The Minco Bulldogs are on their way to the Class A quarterfinals after blowing out Cordell, 62-12, in the second round of the playoffs on Friday. Minco hosted the game, the last home game for the team. “I told the seniors that this was their last game on this field,”…

Minco will host Cordell in second round of the playoffs

By Jon Watje Managing Editor The Minco Bulldogs continue their stellar season after defeating Rush Springs, 42-6, in the first round of the playoffs. The Bulldogs had no problems scoring against a Rush Springs team that had no answers defensively…or offensively. Minco’s big playmaker, Tucker Halstead, was suited up for the game after not playing…

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