Oklahoma Blood Institute is experiencing a critically low blood supply and is asking for donors to give during drives coming up soon in Pauls Valley.
Confidence was riding high for a group of officials who had no doubt a state health team would see for themselves that more than enough work has been done for Pauls Valley’s former hospital building to get new life.
The numbers look good for a citizens' petition asking state officials to audit the city of Pauls Valley books with a focus on the local hospital closing down two years ago.
State authorities have not yet released the name of a motorist who sped up instead of stopping for a state trooper as moments later he drove into an accident that claimed his life near Wynnewood.
Four members of a state health department team conducted their closer look Friday into a building that once was home to Pauls Valley's hospital and could be again very soon.
A brief meeting of Garvin County election officials Friday morning brought the final numbers for a citizens' petition that calls for an investigative audit of the city of Pauls Valley.
Months of work inside of Pauls Valley's closed hospital, all meant to address a lengthy list of building deficiencies, could soon be on display for a very big moment in the ongoing effort to get the facility back open to the public.
A museum dedicated to nostalgia – the kind that harkens back to the days when trains dominated small town life – will soon be ready for both departures and arrivals in Pauls Valley.
The leaders of various Garvin County offices came together this week to get on the same page when it comes to the best policies for dealing with a virus pandemic that doesn't appear to be going anywhere but up.
A big change came earlier this week for junior high and high school students in Pauls Valley as a way to space them out and slow down the numbers forcing so many of them to stay home because of COVID-19 related contact tracing.
A freshly delivered box containing a citizens petition calling for an audit of Pauls Valley's city government and the closed local hospital finally arrived at its destination.
COVID-19 cases, more specifically students and staff forced to quarantine because of possible virus exposure, are leading to changes in classroom schedules for some Pauls Valley students.
Data recorders, drone mapping and other types of analysis were what state troopers used to conclude a Pauls Valley motorist's high speed is the cause of a tragic accident taking the lives of two young siblings last year.
A trio of Oklahoma state troopers were among those taking the witness stand Thursday as the second day of a court hearing came for a Pauls Valley motorist facing two counts of first-degree manslaughter.
The weather might be moving toward the chilled air of winter, but that doesn’t mean gardening can’t take front and center as free classes are coming soon in Pauls Valley.
Now it’s time to just wait and see what happens to a recently completed citizens petition calling for an investigative audit of the city of Pauls Valley with a main focus on the former local hospital.
This Week's Circulars
On Sunday, November 22, Clint “Butch” Riddle of Buncombe Creek Oklahoma died at the age of 76 resulting from complications from COVID-19.
William David Woods of Stratford, Oklahoma was born November 27, 1965 to Jerry Lawrence Woods and Patricia Ann (Engle) Woods in Jacksonville, Arkansas. He passed away November 29, 2020 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at the age of 55 years and 2 days.
Mark Randel Neal, 55, was born on October 22, 1965 in Oklahoma City to James Sidney and Ruth (Bourbonnais) Neal and passed from this life on November 26, 2020 in Pauls Valley.
Grace Donaldson, 89, of Wynnewood, Okla., beloved wife and mother, passed peacefully from this world on Sunday evening, November 29, 2020.
Clint Riddle, 76, passed away on November 22, 2020. A Celebration of Life will be scheduled in May 2021 with the date to be announced at a later time.
- Hospital could get new life in PV
- Garvin County Public Records
- County at 309 active cases, down 9 from Tuesday
- New judge comes close to home
- Lone driver killed in area wreck
- Moving closer to a new school
- Holiday cheer is on the move
- County at 1,147 recoveries, 318 active cases.
- County at 255 active cases, 1,340 recoveries
- Numbers look good for petition
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