Top Five Sports Moments for 2019-20 School Year Basketball Tigers upset Lomega for third place

In the third installment in the five-part series looking back on the top sports moments over the past year, we got back to Canton’s very own Gayle Hajny Invitational.

Voters in Blaine County who want to have absentee ballots mailed to them for the JUNE 30 Primary/Board of Education Election should apply now, County Election Board Secretary Rice said.

The public can now see the dollar amount each school spent educating a child, an important metric for stakeholders for determining equitable funding.


George Floyd’s death is much deeper than racism

The protests over the death of George Floyd have engulfed the nation amidst our ongoing battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.

We, as a society, think university-granted degrees are more valuable than they actually are. Consequently, college degrees are often demanded to qualify for a job when degrees are not necessary.

Session Overview, Part I

The second session of the 57th Legislature ended Friday, May 22. Technically, we are recessed until sine die is official at 5 p.m. May 29.


The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association Board of Directors held a special meeting to hear a threephase plan to slowly bring back school-related extracurricular activities in the state

Top five sports moments for 2019-20 school year; Pair of comebacks earn Lady Tigers third place

In the second installment of this five-part series revisiting the top moments from the past year in Canton sports, we bounce back to the Lady Tigers’ performance in the 58th Buffalo Invitational To

Top Five Sports Moments for 2019-20 School Year: Junior High football Tigers run wild on Corn Bible

In the first installment of our five-part series revisiting the top sports moments in Canton this past year, we start with the junior high football team’s crushing 38-0 victory over Corn Bible Acad

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