Two Facing Drug Charges After Stop
This week, Murray County reserve deputy Bryson Rogers seized over $3,000 in U.S. currency and one pound of marijuana, sheriff’s officials said.According to the sheriff’s office, Rogers was patrolling rural areas of the county when he noticed a vehicle driving approximately 10 mph over the speed limit. Upon attempting to ...
Sulphur man charged with taking video with hidden camera
SULPHUR, Okla. (KXII) - A Murray County man could be facing jail time after police say he recorded a minor while she was showering. Court documents state 35-year-old Jeremy Traylor took a video of a teenage girl through a hole in a bathroom door. The affidavit stated Traylor admitted to...
Storm Lashes Area With Hail, Wind, Small Tornado
Murray County residents got an early taste of spring last Thursday when a severe storm moved across from west to east with up to golf ball-size hail, strong winds and even a small tornado.Residents in the Joy area, north of Davis, experienced enough hail that covered the ground and, in ...
Early Voting Begins Thursday, March 30
Early voting begins Thursday March 30th for voters in Murray County. Voters who will not be able to make it to the polls on Election Day, have the option of voting early at their County Election Board.Murray County Election Board Secretary, Tommie Grimes, said early voting is open to all ...
Former city manager sues city of Davis, court documents filed
DAVIS, Okla. (KXII) - The city of Davis is being sued by a former city manager. According to court documents filed earlier this month, former city manager Andrew Holland states he was fired without a good cause, and the city did not give him the severance pay it had agreed to, according to Holland’s employment contract.
Ada students clear graffiti from Turner Falls Park
DAVIS, Okla. (KTEN) — A group of university students from Ada and other conservationists volunteered at Turner Falls Park over spring break to help restore some of the park's caves and rocks that had been vandalized. “People have been going into the caves and defacing them, so we are...
Five Lady Bulldogs Playing Prominent Collegiate Roles
Five former Sulphur softball players are, once again, playing on prominent state college teams this spring, as the Bulldogs’ program continues to be well-represented at the next level.Macenzie Ruth is one of the top players for USAO, while Abby Beck and Shallen Mershon are both having great seasons for an ...
2023 Breeder's Guide Program: Flag Ranch
Champions Rhen Richard and Chics Magic Corona | Elite Equine Promotions photo courtesy Flag Ranch. Oklahoma’s Flag Ranch, owned by Larry and Bobbie Rice, raised 2022’s winningest futurity horses—including Rhen Richard’s ARHFA World Champion Chics Magic Corona and Tate Kirchenschlager’s Royal Crown Champion Meradas First Diver.
Oklahoma Correctional Facility Uses Goats To Teach Inmates
Lexington Correctional Center is teaching inmates about animal husbandry with goats. It's kidding season, which means new goats are being born every day, and these additions are helping to cut down on the facility's carbon footprint.
Dogs Pick Up Spring Break Wins
Sulphur wrapped up spring break with two wins at Bill Lannom Field on Saturday, beating Ardmore 11-8 and Lexington 14-4.It was the Dogs 5th win in the first seven games of the season and 4th in a row.However, Sulphur got back into district play on Monday, where the Dogs fell ...
Oklahoma mom of 6 left with only memories after house fire
LEXINGTON, Okla. — An Oklahoma mother and her six children were left with broken memories after they lost their home to a fire this week. Tara Springfield, who lived in a Lexington home with her children, is now working to get back on her feet. Pieces of her son's senior year letterman jacket and a partially-recovered scrapbook filled with memories of her late daughter were some of the items left after the flames.
Benefit to be held Saturday for 2 brothers who fell from cliff
FITTSTOWN, Okla. (KXII) - A benefit fish fry and silent auction will be held Saturday for two young brothers who were injured after falling from a cliff in Sulphur. The fundraiser will be at the First Baptist Church in Fittstown from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and will be $10 per plate.
Severe storms rock Texoma with large hail
(KTEN) – A cold front brought another round of severe weather to parts of Texoma on Thursday afternoon and evening. Storms most notably produced up to tennis ball size hail in Davis, Oklahoma. Quarter-size hail was also observed in Sulphur, Oklahoma. Other than the large hail, heavy rain and...
Road, water plant updates coming to Davis
DAVIS, Okla. (KTEN) — The City of Davis is planning major infrastructure updates for travelers and water customers. "Now we'll have a priority of street projects. We'll have a priority of drainage projects and a priority of waste water projects," said City Manager Ricky Harness. "Our goal is to take all three of those and mesh them together."
Sulphur Powerlifting wins twin championships
SULPHUR, Okla. (KTEN) —At the 2023 state powerlifting meet, the Sulphur Bulldogs celebrated a moment 39 years in the making. "I squatted 660, benched 300 and deadlifted 585," Boys State Champion Quince Borders said. For the first time, Sulphur's boys and girls teams both won State Championships. "For squat...
Holland sues the City of Davis for over a Million Dollars
Nine months later former city manger Andy Holland has filed suit against the City of Davis. The lawsuit was filed in Murray County District Court March 6 and the City of Davis was formally served on March 8. The City of Davis was the only entity named on the summons notice.
Lexington police log: Residents continue to be victims of scams
The Lexington Police Department updates its incident log on Monday mornings. LexObserver coverage represents a sampling of significant incidents and is not an exhaustive list. The full log can be viewed publicly at: https://www.lexingtonma.gov/489/Weekly-Police-Logs. The following incidents, selected from the Lexington Police Department logs, occurred during the week prior to...
OHP: 89-year-old killed in Cleveland County crash
Authorities say an 89-year-old Oklahoma man has died following a crash in Cleveland County.
It’s a Small World
Happy birthday to my daughter-in-law, Emily Montgomery of Purcell. Emily celebrates her birthday Saturday, March 18. Celebrate like you’re a little Irish, even if you’re not!. ***. A special happy birthday to my nieces, Kristin Rusler and Lindsay Budd. Kristin and Lindsay celebrate their birthdays Tuesday, March 21.
Pioneer Library System receives first Oklahoma Library of the Year award
Pioneer Library System was recently recognized for its community impact with the first Library of the Year award presented by the Oklahoma Library Association. The system includes 12 libraries in Cleveland, McClain and Pottawatomie counties and serves Norman at three locations: Norman Central, Norman West and Norman East. Pioneer Library...
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