Canton Fire Department recently accepted the donation of a 2005 LT9 Sterling truck from Dolese Bros. Co. based in Oklahoma City.
Hello Blaine County! I am running for Blaine County Clerk in the November 3rd election. Due to the pandemic COVID-19 outbreak, I might not get the opportunity to meet you in person. Here is a little background. I reside west of Greenfield. I have lived in Blaine County for over eight years and I love it! Two of my children have graduated from Watonga high school. My husband Jt Walker grew up in Cashion, Greenfield, and Watonga. We were married at Roman nose State Park almost 25 years ago.
In the August 27, 2020 issue of this newspaper, a Cimarron Electric ad incorrectly announced a membership meeting to take place September 12, 2019. That was last year’s meeting date.
Despite school going virtual for a short time, this week’s Homecoming game and celebration will continue as planned.
The Canton Tigers continue to have players like Seth Bromlow step up and make big plays on offense. Last week, against Geary, Bromlow was part of three of Canton’s 10 plays that went for double-digit yards. Canton will need those big plays to continue as they look to move to 3-0 for the first time since 2009. (Photo by Austin Smith)
For the second-straight season, the Tigers have started off with a pair of wins. After a shutout victory over Okeene in week zero, Canton dominated the Bison by a score of 56-16 last Friday in Geary.