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Votes to make change, runoff set
Voters in both Pauls Valley and Elmore City used their ballots to make changes in the mayors’ offices, while one local city council race still remains.
Refinery responds to findings
Officials with a refinery in Wynnewood believe its findings are consistent with those from a federal investigation into a boiler explosion that killed two employees last fall.
Trooper gets big salute for valor
A state trooper from the Pauls Valley area was among a group given special honors this week commending them for their heroism, valor or humanitarianism.
No lights means Relay move
No lights means a big change for an annual Garvin County event this summer that typically brings people into Pauls Valley from all over the area.
Elections a week away
Garvin County voters in three municipalities and one school district are just a week away from wrapping up their ballots for an election.
Drought is deadly for many trees
There are many things feeling the heat and suffering from a long and historically dry drought still plaguing much of the state and region these days.
Relay effort at the starting line
It appears that Garvin County’s annual Relay For Life effort is off and running as some folks are already at the starting line.
Hospital’s future top issue for Gamble
The future of Pauls Valley’s health care, namely its hospital, is the one and only issue on Tim Gamble’s list of reasons for deciding to seek another term on the local city council.
Better shred than be sorry
This time around the public is invited to make a mess as an Elmore City bank is looking to shred stuff in the name of protecting what’s really important.
Handgun change meant to help
A change coming for a Garvin County law enforcement agency is meant to help out both employees there and those looking to get a handgun license.
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