VFW Patriot’s Pin youth essay contest first, second and third place winners from Canton Public Schools.

The Sooner State's orange army takes to the field this weekend as the Nov. 17-Dec. 2, 2018 gun deer season begins in Oklahoma. With prime weather conditions, the peak of the November whitetail rut, and a healthy deer herd statewide, ODWC officials are anticipating another good year of gun deer hunting.

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VFW Patriot’s Pin youth essay contest first, second and third place winners from Canton Public Schools.

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The Sooner State's orange army takes to the field this weekend as the Nov. 17-Dec. 2, 2018 gun deer season begins in Oklahoma. With prime weather conditions, the peak of the November whitetail rut, and a healthy deer herd statewide, ODWC officials are anticipating another good year of gun deer hunting.

Don’t look now, but the 2018 Oklahoma gun deer season is at hand, scheduled to begin its Nov. 17-Dec. 2 run this Saturday.

Kids and adults from throughout the community had a good time during Canton’s Annual Truck or Treat activities downtown last week.

 

Opinion

These are several of the placing entries submitted by the Blaine County 4-H members for State Fair competitions recently.

 

Saddled Up on the Trail

When your kids live a solid three hour drive from you, a lot of drive time is inevitable.

For both yourself and the kids.

Almost 300 new volunteer firefighters have joined rural fire departments three years after successful legislation eliminated the age limit for new volunteers.

Sports

Alexus Meat breaks the press and drives to the basket for two.
(Photos by Austin Smith)

The Canton fifth/sixth-grade basketball teams traveled to Watonga last Saturday were both put up impressive showings in the three-team festival.

Last Friday, the Canton Tigers took on the Shattuck Indians, who are well on their way to winning a 10th State Championship since 2003.

With the calendar turning to November, basketball is getting started, and for the Canton Tigers’ fifth/sixth-grade teams, the season got underway with a tournament in Okeene.

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