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A Lindsay man was at the wheel of a train and apparently had to watch as a 72-year-old woman was struck and killed in nearby Grady County.

For a couple of days it was a frantic search for a missing Pauls Valley woman who authorities didn't know for sure whether she was safe or in danger.

A Garvin County group has officially closed out a grant process designed to improve a water system in a rural district here.

Getting on the same page was the idea for a group of Salvation Army officials during a sit-down chat in Pauls Valley.

A group of Oklahoma state troopers say all the signs point to an intoxicated driver being the cause of a fatality wreck near Elmore City last year.

Members of American Legion Post 202 in Elmore City will be accepting orders for special holiday wreaths through later this week.

Senate President Pro Tempore Greg Treat on Friday announced the appointment of Calvin Prince of Ada to the board of the Oklahoma Department of Corrections.

One woman is now in a Pauls Valley jail and others could soon join her for taking part in what looks to be a wider plot to make phony money.

A couple of city of Pauls Valley buildings and a local church all have one thing now in common – they were all the target of break-ins and thefts possibly on the same night.

Spreading the word and a little holiday cheer is the idea for the director of the next live production in Pauls Valley.

Garvin County authorities want the public to know a Pauls Valley teenage boy, described as a runaway, is still listed as missing.

The candidates have spoken as a filing period earlier this week resulted in a single school board race coming together for a district in Garvin County.

Depraved acts of sexually abusing a two-year-old girl and harshly beating her two older brothers in a Pauls Valley home now has their mother and stepfather facing lifetime terms in prison.

One woman already in jail has been identified as one of those possibly taking part in a counterfeit money scheme that includes the Garvin County area.

Life behind bars is the fate of a Pauls Valley couple acting on the husband’s fantasies of incest, while both created a daily home life of horrors for their young children.

For a group of military veterans in the Elmore City area a wreath program is an important way to remember the service of so many now gone.

One day still remains for residents in Garvin County who are thinking about signing up to run for a post on their local school board.

Education groups are complaining the state’s latest A-F school report cards are demoralizing to teachers, placing labels on poor children and essentially grading entire communities’ performances.

The critics have been loud, but one official says cities like Pauls Valley that acquired the licenses to nursing homes in the hope of someday helping local healthcare had nothing to do with any claims of poor treatment for residents of those facilities.

A neighboring jail facility facing severe overcrowding will get a helping hand from Garvin County.

The memories mean just a little bit more this time around as a hunt soon returning to Garvin County is again meant to give some special folks a taste of the great outdoors.

State authorities report a Stratford youngster was riding in a vehicle that struck and killed a pedestrian earlier this week in neighboring Pontotoc County.

Testimony may have been cut short but the case remains big for an Illinois motorist found concealing nearly $500,000 believed to have come from a Mexican cartel.

This holiday weekend Friday is a fifth Friday, which in Pauls Valley means an art walk.

Pauls Valley city officials appear to agree it was a nice try but holding onto the licenses of nursing homes in the hope of improving local healthcare just isn’t going to work.

Pauls Valley's free community Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, Nov. 28 will be by delivery only this year.

State Rep. Sherrie Conley, R-Newcastle, was recently selected by Southwestern Oklahoma State University as the 36th inductee into the SWOSU Presidential Order of Merit.

This next Friday is, yes, a fifth Friday, which in Pauls Valley now means an art walk event.

A salute at the highest community level is about to come for a former Wynnewood man who tragically died during a military accident last year.

Rumors continue to make the rounds when it comes to a Pauls Valley teenage girl missing for nearly a month now.

Putting a clearer focus on climate change and ways to better protect our planet and natural resources looks to be why some Pauls Valley residents are hoping to form a brand new group.

State troopers are still investigating what caused a pickup truck to go off a roadway a few miles from Wynnewood resulting in the death of a Sulphur man late this week.

Two legislators, one with a district covering most of Garvin County, have been given the Oklahoma Hospital Association’s (OHA) Outstanding Achievement Award for their efforts to improve healthcare and outcomes throughout the state.

The spuds were flying, mostly into hungry mouths, as a Pauls Valley civic club used a whole bunch of baked potatoes to raise some money.

An annual holiday meal offered in Pauls Valley will in a way hit the road this Thanksgiving.

In a few days a Pauls Valley group is planning to add a little art to the holiday week.

A series of book lectures about a very famous American highway is set to wrap up later this week at Pauls Valley's public library.

Stories of a firearm on a high school campus in Garvin County proved true, but it doesn't appear to have been the kind of threat some might have first thought.

Elmore City-Pernell school officials confirmed a firearm was found in a student's vehicle parked at the school Monday morning.

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Obituaries

Rondle D’Wayne Miles of Rosedale, Oklahoma was born to Chalie Ray and Ella Mae (Simpson) Miles on April 28, 1958 in Hobbs, New Mexico and passed from this life on December 9, 2019 in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma at the age of 61 years.

Margaret Miller of Pauls Valley, Oklahoma was born to Woodrow Wilson and Kathryn (Sherrill) Burnett on August 2, 1939 in Wynnewood, Oklahoma and passed from this life on December 8, 2019 at her home at the age of 80 years.

William Earl “Bill” Crump III, 81, born in Wynnewood, Oklahoma, slid into heaven on December 3, 2019, in San Antonio, Texas. He was the son of William Earl Crump Jr. and Elizabeth Curtis Crump.

Linda Kay Moore of Stratford, passed away December 4, 2019 in Ada, Oklahoma at the age of 59 years. She worked as a director of DME with Indian Territory.