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United Fund looks for tasty start
Efforts are not only gearing up for a big event approaching for Pauls Valley’s United Fund but also the new fiscal year that only got underway this week.
Good health joins up with fun fair
Good health is the theme for a big gathering this weekend in Pauls Valley.
Theft victim feels third time shock
Imagine the stunning surprise of returning to your own home and discovering you have been victimized by thieves who also seemingly destroy everything in their path.
Flu vaccine clinics on the way
Officials with the Garvin County Health Department have announced a seasonal influenza vaccination clinic schedule has been set for the upcoming flu season.
Vet help comes twice monthly
Help will now be offered not once but twice a month for military veterans and their families in the Garvin County area looking to file benefit claims with the Veterans Administration.
Still a higher calling for mission work
For one Pauls Valley native and church pastor it’s a higher calling for him to return to an African nation where he and his wife once spent time as part of their mission work.
Homecoming, city revival lead the way
It’s homecoming time for the Panthers, while in Wynnewood a church is planning a true community gathering starting this weekend.
This fair is all about good health
The Garvin County Health Coalition (GCHC) will hosting its third annual Wellness Fair early next month.
The fun is in the dodge
For some the game of dodgeball takes them back to their childhood days in school, while for others it’s right out of the movies.
Voters say no on EC school issue
Voters in the Elmore City area said no in a big way Tuesday to a school bond issue, while in Lindsay a new city council member was seated.
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