Farm relief comes, but not for hard red

A John Deere 9650 combine harvests hard red winter wheat on the T Craig Ranch north of Leedey in western Dewey County. Many Oklahoma farmers still operate machines well over 20 years old to harvest their crops. USDA chose to leave out hard red winter wheat farmers from the CFAP assistance for food producers. At the same time grocery prices for meat, eggs, and flour have increased dramatically while the price farmers receive for the commodities has dropped in value. Photo by Alex Laubach, Trail Miller Co., LLC

Canton football teams host cornhole tournament

Bode Bond works up a sweat taking part in the corn hole tournament hosted by the Canton football teams. A total of 14 teams came out to help support the Tigers last Saturday as part of the 53rd Annual Canton Lake Walleye Rodeo. (Photo by Austin Smith)

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Farm relief comes, but not for hard red

A John Deere 9650 combine harvests hard red winter wheat on the T Craig Ranch north of Leedey in western Dewey County. Many Oklahoma farmers still operate machines well over 20 years old to harvest their crops. USDA chose to leave out hard red winter wheat farmers from the CFAP assistance for food producers. At the same time grocery prices for meat, eggs, and flour have increased dramatically while the price farmers receive for the commodities has dropped in value. Photo by Alex Laubach, Trail Miller Co., LLC

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Turnout outstanding for Annual Walleye Rodeo

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After having to reschedule Oklahoma’s oldest and largest fishing tournament due to the recent pandemic, Canton was finally able to host its 53rd Annual Walleye Rodeo last week.

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Canton football teams host cornhole tournament

Bode Bond works up a sweat taking part in the corn hole tournament hosted by the Canton football teams. A total of 14 teams came out to help support the Tigers last Saturday as part of the 53rd Annual Canton Lake Walleye Rodeo. (Photo by Austin Smith)

The Canton football teams joined in on the festivities of the 53rd Annual Walleye Rodeo by hosting a cornhole tournament to help raise money for the football program.

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Top Five Sports Moments for 2019-20 School Year; Russell’s big free throws sink Hinton on crazy night

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