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Canton Foods has seen an increased number of customers in response to the ongoing pandemic, but with the exception of a few products shelves continue to be replenished.

Grocery stores across rural Oklahoma have become even more essential for communities during the Covid-19 outbreak as families are relying on home cooked meals more than ever.

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Rep Frank Lucas

Third District Oklahoma Congressman Frank Lucas, R-Cheyenne, says that the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) could use funds from Congress’s recently passed Coronavirus Aid, Relief, an

The coronavirus pandemic has driven home the importance of financial management and emergency savings accounts, said Cindy Clampet, assistant family resource management specialist with the Oklahoma

Opinion

There shouldn’t be a hole deep enough for them to hide in

By Paul Laubach

This is Holy Week as this Sunday is Easter Sunday, to many the most important date in humanity.

Update on COVID-19

I want to give a brief update on COVID-19 and its effect on our state and our House district.

Forgotten lives or just not big enough news

In 2018, an estimated 36,560 people died in auto accidents in this country. Last year similar numbers will be documented and recorded into the historical record.

Sports

Track teams compete in Fairview just before shutdown

Imiyah Littlejohn competes in the hurdles in Fairview. Littlejohn not only took third plays in the 100-meter event, but also finished second in the 300-meter hurdlers.

Prior to Spring Break, as well as the shutdown of Canton Public Schools due the recent COVID-19 pandemic, the elementary and junior high track teams competed in Fairview for their opening competiti

Special group of seniors leave legacy on hardwood

During their careers at Canton, Jared Cox (11) and Josh Edwards (0) were two of Canton’s most versatile players. Both could handle the ball, shoot from the perimeter, get their hands on passes and rebound against bigger opponents.

The Canton High School basketball boys had high hopes of reaching the Area Round, or even the State Tournament this past season, they were eliminated on the second day of the Regional Bracket for t

Canton Lions Club hosts 5th and 6th tournament

Evan Burchett pulls down the offensive rebound before going back up to score two of his six points against Alva. Unfortunately, the Goldbugs went on to win by a score of 20-6.

The Canton Lions Club hosted their annual fifth and sixth grade basketball tournament on Monday February 17 and Tuesday February 18, with four teams from across Northwest Oklahoma taking part in th

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