Bel’s Country Inn, located seven miles west of Canton on Highway 51, hosted a fundraiser to benefit several area fire departments on Saturday April 21.

Adam McPhail, Canton High School Principal, announced that Kyla Littleton is the CHS Class of 2018 Valedictorian.

Littleton is the daughter of Jeff Littleton & Tricia Chaloupek

Wildfires have been raging across northwest Oklahoma since Thursday, April 12. Among the many people and businesses affected was NextEra Energy Resources.


As April is nearing its end, Okeene prepares for one of its oldest traditions. This weekend will mark Okeene’s 79th Annual Rattlesnake Hunt.

The few weeks in Western Oklahoma has been rough (rough being an understatement). The fires here have brought so much heartbreak and devastation. Yet, amidst it all, I found myself uplifted.

At least one person perished and many families lost homes and livestock to fires raging through much of District 59.


The fifth and sixth graders from Canton Schools travelled to Okeene for a track meet last Monday, where the girls won the meet with 174.50 points, and the boys finished second with 108.

A total of 603 high school seniors have enrolled for the 2018 fall semester at Southwestern Oklahoma State University as part of the first three sessions of the New Student Orientation Program on t

The Canton Tigers’ track team took to Okeene last Thursday to compete in the 12th annual High School Boys and Girls Invitational Track and Field Meet.

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