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Homecoming Weekend in Davis

Grab your red and white gear! Don’t forget your school spirit! It’s Homecoming Friday in Davis, Okla. The DHS Homecoming parade will be at 1:30 p.m. on Main Street. Parade participants should line up on Fifth Street before the parade. A pep assembly will be held right after the parade. At 6:50 p.m. the homecoming…

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Deputies Nab Local Thieves

As far back as May 24, 2022, Sheriff’s lawmen have been working to close several cases involving alleged illegal activities of two locals. Sheriff’s lawmen identified Denny Binderim, 60, of Sulphur, and Skylor Kirkland, 22, of Sulphur, during the theft of a Case 590 turbo Backhoe valued at $17,000. Lawmen enlisted the help of Tru…

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Voters Asked to Update Registration

With the General Election right around the corner, Murray County Election Board Secretary Tommie Grimes is encouraging all registered voters to verify their voting information using the State Election Board’s OK Voter Portal. “If it’s been a while since you voted or you’ve recently moved or changed your name, now is the time to make…

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Town Hall Meeting to Discuss Water on Sept. 27

By Ricky Harness, Davis City Manager As all City of Davis residents are aware, we have recently experienced several city-wide water outages. While I know the outages are inconvenient and frustrating, please know that city employees are working diligently to correct the issues. We are facing significant challenges related to the computer systems and software…

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Davis Woman Hit by Vehicle Crossing Main Street

A Davis woman is reportedly in stable condition after she was hit by a pickup on Sept. 18 crossing Main Street in Davis. Around 8:11 a.m., Angela R. Oller was hit by a 2010 Chevrolet Silverado pickup driven by Jeffery Q. Huffman of Elmore City. Huffman was traveling eastbound on East Main Street and Oller…

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Davis Police Investigating Claims Against Former Teacher

A social media post made Monday about former employee of Davis Public Schools is being investigated by the Davis Police Department. Due to the nature of the allegations, the investigation is sensitive in nature and no further comments can be given. If you have information about this investigation, please reach out to the Sergeant-Detective Seth…

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CONGRATULATIONS CLEET GRADUATES

CONGRATULATIONS to the graduates of the reserve academy hosted by the Davis Police Department. Eight students from five different departments walked across the stage Sept. 10 at Falls Creek after completing a 3 and half month long course to earn their CLEET Reserve graduate certification. Pictured are (from left:) Austin Kinard, Wilson Police Department; Adriana…

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Chickasaw Annual Meeting and Festival 2022

A time of reunion, fellowship and culture, the Chickasaw Annual Meeting and Festival gets underway Sept. 23 and continues through Oct. 1. Each year, friends and family from across the country attend the weeklong event. The week is highlighted by Governor Bill Anoatubby’s State of the Nation address, 9 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 1. In 1960,…

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BEAUTIFUL DAY

BEAUTIFUL DAY celebrated August birthdays at Davis Public Schools with a group of community volunteers. The next birthday party for Davis Elementary students in second through fourth grade is Friday, Sept. 16. If you’d like to join this group of smiling faces and unending encouragement, visit www.beautifuldayfoundation.net. Volunteers are required to fill out a background…

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