The numbers are in for the appraised values of the properties where two old Pauls Valley schools now sit after being vacated earlier this year for a new larger facility.
A recent vote to not allow commercial marijuana grow operations inside of Pauls Valley's city limits looks to be a first step in addressing the issue on an even bigger scale.
State troopers are still investigating what might have caused a vehicle driven by a Maysville woman to cross over into the path of an oncoming car resulting in a tragic collision.
The high bar for holiday programs in Pauls Valley may be going up a few notches with one planned for later this year that could include participants from as far away as the east coast.
There’s been some ups and downs in Congress in recent times as the local rep in the U.S. House says some good work is still getting done despite a deeply divided political scene in Washington, D.C.
A Pauls Valley man is accused of posing as a law enforcement officer as a way to scare a Stephens County resident into giving him money on the false belief she would be arrested.
A creative kind of stroll through downtown Pauls Valley is set to soon return with a local Fifth Friday Art Walk about to make its first appearance since before the virus pandemic.
Even though tall fish stories can get really far out there, like maybe sea serpents rising from the deep, one hits close to home as a couple of fishermen claim to have spotted an alligator in a Pauls Valley lake.
Photos and videos found in electronic devices, including a selfie of the worst kind, now has a Stratford woman possibly heading to a future trial on child pornography accusations.
The rates are going up in Pauls Valley as for the first time in a few years the monthly costs for water, sewer and trash collection are getting a small bump across-the-board.
Corrections officials doubled down on their decision to close a northwest Oklahoma prison while facing questions Tuesday from lawmakers who argued that decision was made behind closed doors with no public or legislative input.
A Garvin County defendant who nearly accepted a blind plea sentence a few weeks ago is now arguing his alleged victim's Native American ancestry means the state doesn't have the jurisdiction to prosecute his case.
The summer night air will soon be filled by the familiar sounds of an old Pauls Valley friend in the form of a free outdoor concert for the July 4th holiday.
This Week's Circulars
Jack Swinney was born on December 29, 1929 in Chickasha, Okla., to Claude B. and Sarah Lucinda (Taylor) Swinney. He passed away on July 12, 2021 in Watonga, Okla., at the age of 91.
Jerry Ray Suggs, 90, passed away peacefully on Sunday, October 18, 2020 in Chandler, Texas where he lived with his son, Jerry Suggs Jr., and his wife Susan. He was born in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma on June 4, 1930 to James Edward and Hattie Suggs.
Caroline Angela Owens, 84, of Pauls Valley passed away July 4, 2021 in Oklahoma City. Caroline was born Oct. 3, 1936 in Savannah, Georgia to James Guy and Mildred Johannah Burke.
Jack Boucher, 71, was born February 14, 1950 and passed away July 5, 2021.
Anna Jean Park of Pauls Valley, Oklahoma was born on March 12, 1938 in Crawford, Oklahoma to Delbert and Mary Lucas. She peacefully passed away on July 2, 2021 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at the age of 83 years.
- Maysville woman killed in wreck
- Garvin County Public Records
- Tall fish stories gator style
- Peach time here again in Stratford
- Fake cop routine draws charges
- Maysville tragedy gets closer look
- No more mystery with this gator
- Marijuana vote just first step
- Maysville search nets one arrest
- Numbers are in for old schools