After 3-2 start, Brashears ousted as Canton Football Coach midway through season

Last week, Coach Jeremy Brashears was shockingly asked to resign as head football coach midway through the season. Brashears was 5-10 during his time in Canton, while also teaching junior high science. No official word statement has been given on whether or not Brashears will finish out the year as a teacher, and the issue will be on the agenda at Canton’s School Board Meeting on Monday, October 14th.

Disastrous ending to the first half dooms Canton against Ringwood

Hayden Thompson, Kayce Thompson and Dora Fuqua were honored as co-captains for Canton’s WinWin Game against Ringwood last Thursday. Every year, high school teams across the state of Oklahoma participate in the event to help spread awareness and raise funds to help detect, treat, and someday cure cancer.

Indian Road officially opens in Blaine County

(Left to right) A Federal Lands Access Program representative, Director of the Department of Transportation Angela Blind, Blaine County Commissioner Brandon Schultz, former county commissioner Jonathan Cross, tribal members and State Rep. Mike Sanders cut the ribbon marking the official opening of Indian Road.


Grand Theater re-opening set for October 26

Many Canton residents share memories of visiting the Grand Theatre as teenagers to watch movies and with the re-opening of the theatre Saturday, Oct.

Water is an essential requirement for life, especially in agricultural communities, and concerned citizens in Fay, OK are planning a Water Forum Thursday, Oct. 24 at 6 p.m.

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK - Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts, in partnership with the Oklahoma Conservation Commission announces information and registration details for the 2019 Area Meeting


Maybe the elitist “swamp” dwellers should look around a bit

Saddled Up on the Trail

Environmentalists just got some great news.

FFA Chapter officers ask “What’s next?”

Officers of the Canton FFA chapter participated in the 2019 Oklahoma FFA Chapter Officer Leadership Training Conference Sept. 17 at the Great Plains Technology Center in Lawton, OK.


Short-handed Tigers drop district opener to Laverne

With both of Canton’s leading rushers out against Laverne, Claysen Scott was asked to take an even bigger role in the Canton offense, running the ball 12 times, throwing 14 and even going out for a pass on a trick play.

Last Friday, the Canton Tigers traveled to Laverne for their first district game of the season.

After tough week, Canton rebounds to defeat Waukomis to improve to 4-2

Weston Waldrep continues to make plays on both sides of the ball for Canton. On Friday in Waukomis, he led the team with 129 receiving yards and two touchdowns, while also recording six tackles in the game.

Last week was a crazy one for the Canton Tigers’ football team. Still, Friday came and they had a game to play against the Waukomis Chiefs.

Junior High Tigers pound Timberlake while Pee Wee falls

Evan Burchett puts a strong stiff arm on the Timberlake tackler. Burchett was Canton’s leading rusher and tackler on the night with 64 yards and three stops.

Last Thursday, the Canton Tigers hosted Timberlake for a Pee Wee and Junior High football game on a chilly evening.

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