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DAVIS VETERANS

DAVIS VETERANS joined the Wolves and Bombers on the field for the official coin toss at the Veterans Day Game hosted by the Davis Wolves. Davis Alumni Lucas Pullen tossed the coin at the game. (Photo by Elissa Hefley)

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Sen. Frank Simpson’s Session Review

I’ve done some incredible things in my life – serving in the Navy, being a father and grandfather, serving in the ministry, and traveling the world, but serving in the Oklahoma Senate is an experience I’ll always cherish. It has been such an honor representing the citizens of Senate District 14. Together, we have accomplished…

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Kiwanis Club Announces Breakfast with Santa

The Davis Kiwanis Club is excited to host a “Breakfast with Santa” event on Dec. 3rd, 2022, at the Davis School Cafeteria at 9 a.m. “Breakfast with Santa” includes a pancake breakfast served by Santa’s elves, an ornament, story time and a gift for all children. We are excited to announce that, as in years…

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Find a Way to Serve, 2022 Wreaths Across America

In 2018, a dream came true for the families of veterans in both Green Hill and Oak Ridge cemeteries in Davis. Live wreaths were placed on 500 veteran graves in these cemeteries, made possible through the donations of community members, businesses and Wreaths Across America (WAA.) The WAA program offers wreaths at $15 each and…

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Davis Man Arrested for Rape in the First Degree

The juvenile victim of an alleged rape called the Davis Police Department to report her abuser. Within days, Braden Lane Barker, 32, of Davis was charged with felony first degree rape charges. Davis Police Department Detective Seth Kemper said the victim’s call came in the morning of Oct. 19. Detective Kemper believes that the rapport…

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Davis Man Arrested for Drug Trafficking

Deputy Brandon Eddy, of the Murray County Sheriffs Office, made a drug trafficking arrest on Oct. 18. While patrolling the county on the south side of Davis around 8:20 p.m., Deputy Eddy noticed a vehicle with a defective taillight driving erratically. The driver of the vehicle sped down Knapp Road. Once Deputy Eddy successfully stopped…

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Substitute Teachers Needed at Davis Public Schools

Do you love kids? Are you retired? Have extra time on your hands? Want to make some extra cash? Davis Public Schools needs substitute teachers. Can you help? Davis Public Schools Superintendent Mark Moring said that the school is in dire need of substitutes. Non-certified substitutes make $60 a day and certified substitutes make $70…

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Largest Fentanyl Bust To-Date for MCSO

LARGEST FENTANYL bust to-date for the Murray County Sheriff’s Department. A Sulphur man sits behind bars on a $2 million bond after a traffic stop landed him in jail with multiple charges. MCSO deputies seized approximately 2,400 Fentanyl pills on the stop. The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics office said this the possibly the largest seizure…

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