Canton’s February Students of the Month are back row (from left): Junior Cade Humbargar; sophomore Eric Estala; and freshman Alyssa Rutz. Front row (from left): 7th grader Luke Swartwood; 8th Grader Kiana Whiteman; and senior Haylee Nusz. Students received lunch at El Charro provided by Canton PTO and El Charro.

Canton Junior and Senior High Art students enjoyed an afternoon at the Western Heritage Museum. The curator of the American Indian Artists 20th Century Masters exhibit took time to share in depth information.

Canton eighth grade teacher Penny Heath was recently named the Oklahoma Middle Level Education Association (OMLEA) Teacher of the Year for the state of Oklahoma. Heath is currently in her 38th year of teaching.

News

The Town Board of Trustees and Canton Public Works Authority held their monthly meeting last week and received good news about the area street lights.

Canton’s February Students of the Month are back row (from left): Junior Cade Humbargar; sophomore Eric Estala; and freshman Alyssa Rutz. Front row (from left): 7th grader Luke Swartwood; 8th Grader Kiana Whiteman; and senior Haylee Nusz. Students received lunch at El Charro provided by Canton PTO and El Charro.

Canton’s February Students of the Month are back row (from left): Junior Cade Humbargar; sophomore Eric Estala; and freshman Alyssa Rutz.

The Canton Public School Administration is inviting people to attend a public hearing on Wednesday, March 27 at 3:30 p.m.

Opinion

Anisa’s Country

Adventures

By Anissa Magallanes

We’re entering wicked weather season here in Oklahoma, and tornadic weather can occur at any time.

Legislative Update
by State Rep. Mike Sanders Dist. 59

The governor this week signed into law five measures that will help the Legislature keep much better track of how taxpayer money is spent and better monitor programs and services.

Saddled Up on the Trail

By Paul Laubach

Headlines have covered major publications all around the world about the college admissions cheating scandal that has occurred at some of our nation’s most respected universities.

Sports

Senior Haylee Nusz is expected to be a leader on the track squad this Spring. Nusz will be competing in many of the distance events this year.

(Photos by Austin Smith)

The Canton High School girls’ track team competed in Cherokee last Friday, where they only managed to score a single team point in their first meet of the season.

After the boys team failed to have a single athlete qualify for the State Meet in 2018, senior Deonte Murray looks to lead a strong group of runners this season.

It’s officially spring, which means the sun will start shining more often and the Canton Tigers will be kicking off track season at all levels.

Anisa’s Country Adventures

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