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Kingfisher County’s COVID-19 alert risk was upgraded Friday to moderate, after the number of new daily cases climbed slightly over the last seven days.

State Insurance Commissioner Glen Mulready’s first 18 months in office gives new meaning to the term “hitting the ground running.”

Nearly twice as many vehicles were entered in this year’s Kingfisher Chamber of Commerce Kool Cars and Chrome as were entered in 2019.

Hennessey native and HHS graduate Kati (Wymore) Walters was appointed clerk for the Town of Hennessey at the board’s Thursday night meeting.

Sports

One strike.

A retirement just before school started caused some shuffling of the Kingfisher Public Schools staff just before its first day of 2020- 21.

Aug 16, 2020 - 00:00

Following is the Crescent Public School staff for the 2020-21 school year.

Senior Olivia Wilcox drove in three runs and struck out 10 batters Monday as high school sports returned to Oklahoma for the first time since March.

Opinions

Aug 16, 2020 - 00:00

By now, everybody knows groping Joe Biden has chosen Kamala Harris for his vice president running mate. As someone said danged if that isn’t a pair to draw to!!! If you remember the confirmation hearing for Judge Kavanaugh, for justice of the Supreme Court, Harris was part of the conspiracy to destroy judge Kavanaugh and his family.

A Black Lives Matter organizer in Chicago had a message for all of the business owners and their employees who have been devastated by the rioting and looting in the city: Whatever is taken from your businesses – “That is reparations.”

Obituaries

Aug 16, 2020 - 00:00

Shirley E. Rome, 97, passed away Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2020, at Pioneer Manor Nursing Home in Hugoton, Kan.

Aug 16, 2020 - 00:00

Kreede Louis Schwarz was born March 11, 2019, to his loving parents, Daniel and Brittany Schwarz of Okarche. He had the biggest blue eyes and blondest hair.