History focused on one big part of Pauls Valley's past is set to overflow during a presentation open to the public next weekend.

The Garvin County Cattle Producer Association, in cooperation with the Garvin County Cooperative Extension Service, will hold its annual meeting and banquet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20 at the Garvin County Fairgrounds in Pauls Valley.

Garvin County seniors who plan to attend classes to further their education after graduation are encouraged to apply for a scholarship from the Jessica Power Memorial Association.

Any cow calf producer that has spent several years in the cattle business has had the experience of assisting a cow or heifer deliver a calf that was coming backwards.

The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture Food & Forestry (ODAFF) is announcing funding opportunities to enhance the specialty crop industry within the state thanks to the Specialty Crop Block Grant Program through the United States Department of Agriculture’s Agriculture Marketing Services.

An area electric company is again leading the charge for a drive that calls for a giveaway of trees to its members.

Valentine’s Day is here – and it’s a pretty big business. In fact, U.S. consumers spent about $18 billion on their valentines in 2017, according to the National Retail Federation.

The Garvin County Cattle Producer Association, in cooperation with the Garvin County Cooperative Extension Service, will hold its annual meeting and banquet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20 at the Garvin County Fairgrounds in Pauls Valley.

Do you tend to expect the worst? Do you panic when you get bad news or when you hear a rumor about something that could affect you?

Students of the Month for January at Lee Elementary are fourth-graders Darby Cranford and Ruben Barcenas, fifth-graders Keira Readnour and Ramon Kennedy and sixth-graders Kimberly Sevilla and Karston Rennie.

A total of 6,642 students were named to the 2017 fall semester honor rolls at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, including 2,774 students named to the President’s Honor Roll for all “A” grades.

The Pauls Valley High School Students of the Month for January 2018 are Madison Delaplain, Tate Christian, Kendall Readnour, Trevor Allee, Tia Upshaw and Carson McCarty.

History focused on one big part of Pauls Valley's past is set to overflow during a presentation open to the public next weekend.

You may not get much of a thrill from filing your taxes, but the process becomes much more enjoyable if you're expecting a refund. So, if one is headed your way, what should you do with the money?

It’s easy to “pay it forward” this tax season. Oklahomans receiving a refund on their individual, joint or corporate 2017 Oklahoma tax return, can donate a portion of their refund to the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.

People have all sorts of New Year’s resolutions. Some want to get slimmer, some want to save more money, some want to try new experiences.

Garvin County's fair board now officially has three new members in place, although two of them aren't really new.

The PV Junior High Students of the Month for January 2018 are seventh-graders Jaycee Green and Brayden Patchell, eighth-graders Noelia Cruz-Vidal and Landin Weilenman and ninth-graders Kathryn Chronister and Robert Weilenman.

Books and books and more books, sacks full of them, that's what Pauls Valley's public library promises for a four-day event on the way.

Students of the Month for December 2017 at Lee Elementary are fourth-graders Baylee Stidham and Blake Peacock, fifth-graders Abbie Hernandez and Skeeter Jolly and sixth-graders Madison Caldwell and Jon Grimmett.

The Murray Lindsay Mansion is now only open by appointment. Tours may be scheduled by contacting the Lindsay Chamber of Commerce at 405-756-4312 or by contacting Shawn Bridwell, the group's president, at 405-756-6502.