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Coalgate aims to finish games with wins in 2022

COALGATE, Oklahoma (KTEN) - Coalgate almost ended the 2021 season over .500 last year but unfortunately almost does not count in football. That is something the Wildcats want to improve on this go around. "I think our leadership is pretty good, I think our seniors are pretty good" said Coalgate...
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Atoka football primed to make playoff push this season

ATOKA, Oklahoma (KTEN) - Atoka's Jacob Cupp enters his fifth season leading the Wampus Cats. He's helped turn that program around and a big reason for that is knowing their identity. "We're going to be pretty multiple," said Cupp. "We're going to find a way to run the ball. No...
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After the attack on the Uvalde, TX elementary school, I volunteered to help provide security at the Coalgate School without compensation. My qualifications are 25 years as a state trooper, Associate Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminology, Advanced Oklahoma Law Enforcement Certification, Military Police Officer Training and 40 hours of Special Reaction Training.

Coleman school bus sidelined by vandalism

COLEMAN, Okla. (KTEN) — Just one day after classes resumed, one half of Coleman Public Schools' two-bus fleet was disabled after a driver discovered that a fuel line had been cut. The bus is only one year old and can't be driven until the slashed fuel line is repaired.

Atoka is buzzing as Reba's Place drives development

ATOKA, Okla. (KTEN) — Downtown Atoka is humming with construction as Reba McEntire's new restaurant nears completion and the city moves forward with a master plan project. The country music superstar announced plans for Reba's Place at 319 East Court Street last November. Restaurant manager Garrett Smith said construction is moving along.

Retired Oklahoma Game Warden makes shocking discovery in Hugo Lake

CHOCTAW COUNTY, Okla. (KXII) - On Monday, a retired Oklahoma Game Warden identified illegal electrofishing devices at Hugo Lake. Game Wardens Jim Gillham, of Atoka County, and Andrew Potter, of Choctaw County, said they received information and began an investigation leading to the seizure of multiple illegal electrofishing devices at Hugo Lake.

Caddo football continues winning ways with new head coach

CADDO, Oklahoma (KTEN) - The Caddo Bruins will have plenty to prove in 2022. They are not coming off of a losing season and they certainly have been a stable sports program. However, after making it to the second round of the playoffs last year, the Bruins will now be led by new head coach Trenton Harmon.

Caney PD Drug Arrest for Possession and Distribution

Caney PD says this was a culmination of a lot of hard work and many hours that officers put in to help get drugs off the streets. Caney PD would like to thank the citizens of Caney as well as citizens from Independence and the Independence Police Department who all helped apprehend Fahler.

Man flown to Oklahoma hospital after Johnston County crash

JOHNSTON COUNTY, Okla. (KXII) - A man was flown to an Oklahoma hospital after a crash in Johnston County. The crash happened around 3:47 p.m. Friday afternoon on Kirby Road near Wapanucka. According to Troopers, a pickup was taking a 90-degree turn, heading northbound on Kirby Road when it drifted...

Caddo man injured in single-motorcycle crash in Bryan Co.

BRYAN COUNTY, Okla. (KXII) - A Caddo man was injured in a single-motorcycle collision Tuesday night in Bryan County. Bryan County Officials said Steven G. Williamson, 67, of Caddo, was driving a Kawasaki motorcycle westbound on State Highway 22, approximately one mile west of Caddo, when he failed to negotiate a curve, departed roadway right, and departed the vehicle before it came to rest on its side around 7 p.m.

Johnston County deputy injured in altercation with assault suspect

JOHNSTON COUNTY, Okla. (KTEN) — An Atoka County man was arrested and hospitalized early Thursday morning after allegedly assaulting a farmer and a Johnston County deputy. Sheriff Gary Dodd said a man identified as 65-year-old Dammie Dee Morris was pulled over by a deputy on Egypt Road following the assault report.

Three Arrested on Drug Charges in Caney

Three Caney residents were arrested on drug charges after a warrant was served last week. The Caney Police Department arrested the individuals after searching an apartment on the 300 block of North Bradley Street. 58-year-old Darla Breese and 31-year-old Gabriel Marceleno each received identical charges of possession and distribution of...

Search Warrant Leads to an Arrest in Caney

The Caney Police Department executed a search warrant at a home on 100 N Spring St. in Caney and after investigation, learned that James Jones of Independence was wanted out of Montgomery County on charges of failure to appear and aggravated assault with a dangerous weapon. When searching the home,...

Caddo schools seek funding for science classrooms

CADDO, Okla. (KTEN) — Caddo Public Schools is presenting a new bond proposal to taxpayers in the name of science. The $1.4 million price tag would fund construction of two new science classrooms in the main high school building. "Science, STEM education is the hottest item right now," said...

Caddo Schools asking its residents to support $1.3 million bond

CADDO, Okla. (KXII) -Caddo schools are asking residents to vote for a new 1.3 million-dollar school bond. Caddo Superintendent Lee Northcutt says the taxpayers shouldn’t worry about tax hikes. The new bond is 45-thousand-dollars lower than the old bond that is set to expire. The bond would pay for...

Caney Man Arrested for Threatening School Employees

A former Caney High School employee was arrested after make threats to shoot school employees. The Caney Police Department reportedly arrested the suspect, John Swalley of Caney for his alleged actions. At this time no charges have been officially filed against Swalley. According to a CPD release, a private citizen...

Oklahoma inmate climbs radio tower at correctional center

STRINGTOWN, Okla. (KFOR) – An Oklahoma inmate is back in custody after a bizarre incident at a correctional facility. Officials say Terrill Paske was working on the grounds of the Mack Alford Correctional Facility on Sunday night when he found that crews left a gate unlocked. At that point,...