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Library opens up whole new world
Pauls Valley’s public library is taking that next big technology step sure to open up a whole new world for local book and music lovers.
Study says hospital can have long life
It was last fall when one former longtime hospital administrator was brought in to help Pauls Valley officials determine if the local hospital was worth saving as it continued to battle rough financial times.
Brushing up on language skills
Giving back is at the center of a free series of classes coming to Pauls Valley meant to help anyone, any age learn to read and write just a little better.
Dry, but not enough for a burn ban
It’s dry out there but not enough for Garvin County as a whole to meet the criteria needed for an official outdoor burn ban.
Work underway for PV’s chilly dive
This week’s biting chill in the air might only be an appetizer for the potential cold of yet another Polar Plunge event coming to Pauls Valley.
County focus is on tax measure
One longtime Garvin County official really isn’t sure how voters will react to two totally separate tax proposals being on the same ballot when election time rolls around in a handful of weeks.
Assessor tour to stop in Wynnewood, Pauls Valley
The tour continues this week as Garvin County’s assessor continues her series of stops to help out with any questions about property taxes.
Top teachers get their day
One more round of good marks has led to Pauls Valley’s top teachers being named at each local school.
This week is it for voter deadline
Friday, Jan. 17 is the deadline — the last day to get registered to vote or update voter information for those wanting to cast a ballot in two Garvin County towns’ school board races.
Special march all about unity
Bringing a community and all people together is what a special three-day event is all about in Wynnewood.
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