Deonte Murray drives hard to the basket at the K101 Classic Bowl. Murray put up nine points at the event, including knocking down a corner three, something he was known for during his time as a Tiger.

Tommye Blackcrow and Billie Sutton present a check for $4,000 to Canton Town Board Member Debbie Robinson and Mayor/Board Member Wanda Baker which helped pay for upgrades to the Canton public pool that was scheduled to open this week.

Canton Y.A.C members, Claire Elder, Imiyah Littlejohn, Addisyn Smith, Aletheia McIntosh, and Jake Foster recently did a presentation about nutrition, exercise and health. Y.A.C members made a slide show showing ways you can eat healthy, how much water you need to drink each day, and daily exercise. They talked about different types of exercise and how long you need to exercise each day. The Y.A.C members presented this slide show to the second grade and the kindergarten classes.


Consistent flooding rains over the last few weeks have made things difficult on motorists, farmers and ranchers and even cattle shown here on an area farm just looking for a dry place to graze last

A flood fund has been established by the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Foundation (OCF) to help Cattlemen who have been affected by on-going statewide flooding in Oklahoma.

Adam McPhail

After three years as Principal at Canton High School, Adam McPhail will be moving on to Clinton next year as an assistant superintendent.


Saddled Up on the Trail

This weekend is father’s day weekend.

Legislative Update

Now that the legislative session is over, I want to look at some of the reforms passed this year that were signed into law by the governor that will have a positive affect for Oklahomans.

Descendents from three of the thirteen Chaloupek siblings who immigrated to the United States in 1880 were represented at the family reunion held on Sunday, May 26, 2019.


There were a few tense moments during the Canton Town Hall monthly board meeting for May with the tension involving a previous discussion about how to go about raising funds for the city pool.

Sophomore Hopelin Hood looks to step into the role as the team’s leading point guard. Canton will have a much younger roster going into next year, with only one senior on the squad. (Photos by Austin Smith)

The Canton Lady Tigers found themselves in familiar territory as they traveled to Arapaho-Butler for their first basketball team camp of the summer.

Canton Tigers kickoff their summer basketball competition with a junior high camp in Cherokee. As the Tigers’ program continues to grow, it becomes all the more important for Coach Patrick Rich to develop his talent at the younger levels to build on their success.

While the girls have been competing in basketball camps for the last few weeks, Coach Patrick Rich and the boys are just now hitting the hardwood as the junior high team traveled to Cherokee last w

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