Canton eighth grade teacher Penny Heath was recently named the Oklahoma Middle Level Education Association (OMLEA) Teacher of the Year for the state of Oklahoma. Heath is currently in her 38th year of teaching.

FFA members along with Mr. Mitchell cooked a delicious breakfast at the school last Thursday, including scrambled eggs, bacon and sausage.

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Canton eighth grade teacher Penny Heath was recently named the Oklahoma Middle Level Education Association (OMLEA) Teacher of the Year for the state of Oklahoma. Heath is currently in her 38th year of teaching.

Canton Public School’s eighth grade teacher Penny Heath was recently named OMLEA (Oklahoma Middle Level Education Association) Teacher of the Year.

Former State Sen. Bryce Marlatt, R-Woodward, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault and battery last Fri. Mar.

The State Board of Education (SBE) approved release of the 2018 Oklahoma School Report Cards, introducing a school accountability system that corrects flaws in past iterations and provides a more c

Opinion

Saddled Up on the Trail

House Speaker Charles McCall, R-Atoka, is leading an effort to try to bring more doctors to rural Oklahoma.

Legislative Update

Legislative Update

Sports

After the boys team failed to have a single athlete qualify for the State Meet in 2018, senior Deonte Murray looks to lead a strong group of runners this season.

It’s officially spring, which means the sun will start shining more often and the Canton Tigers will be kicking off track season at all levels.

Anisa’s Country Adventures

Landon Vowell sticks to his man in Canton’s final-round loss to Thomas. (Photos by Austin Smith)

Canton’s fifth and sixthgrade basketball teams wrapped up their Lions Club Basketball Tournament last Monday, with both sixthgrade teams winning their respective brackets to earn the title.

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