Deer Creek-Lamont prom is today.
Parents, friends and family can take pictures at 6 p.m. and the grand march will be at 6:30 p.m. Professional pictures will be at 7 p.m., with dinner at 7:30 p.m.
DCLA Elementary School students will participate in the St. Jude Math-A-Thon, which allows students to use their math powers to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
DCLA High School library is recipient of National Endowment for the Humanities’ new “Picturing America” initiative. “Picturing America” provides a way for people of all ages to explore the history and character of America through works of art.
For information on the program, go to the “Picturing America” Web site at www.PicturingAmerica.neh.gov.
FFA students competed recently in the Grant County Livestock Show and Oklahoma City Youth Expo.
Grant County Show
Morgan Thompson — Spot gilt, second, Class 2; York gilt, second, Class 3.
Brenan Hutton — Crossbreed, fourth.
Elliot Muegge — York, first and reserve; Cross, sixth and reserve.
Rachel Kirby — Hamp, fifth.
Lindsey Campbell — York, first; Hamp, second.
Connor Kirby — Cross, fourth; Hamp, seventh.
Kolton Schuelein — Spot, second and reserve champion, Class 2; Hamp, first and reserve, champion, Class 5; cross, first, Class 7.
Mindy Blaser — Chi heifer, second, Class 1; Chi steer, first and champion, Class 1; Main heifer, second, Class 1.
Kolby Tebow — Maintainer heifer, first and reserve premier heifer; Hereford heifer, second, Class 2.
Lawson Thompson — Hereford, first and champion Hereford; Chi, first and champion Chi supreme heifer.
Kolton Schuelein — Hamp, first, Class 1, third, Class 2; Cross, first, Class 1.
Resa Navarro — whether, sixth, Class 7.
Alexia Pennington — Boer Poe, first, Class 1; second, Class 1; fourth, Class 2.
Oklahoma City Youth Expo
Lindsey Campbell — York, sifted; Hamp, sifted.
Kolton Schuelein — Hamp, breeding ewe, seventh; Hamp, yearling breeding ewe, first; club, lambs, ewes, sixth; fifth, 16-year-old showmanship.
Deer Creek-Lamont prom is today.
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Two small earthquakes were recorded Sunday in northwestern Oklahoma.
County Commissioners meeting Monday
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Funds raised from musical to help assisted living in Fairview
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NEW: Juvenile confesses in alleged patrol vehicle arson
According to Sheriff Jerry Niles, the juvenile came in with a parent and confessed to the alleged arson just after midnight Sunday.
St. John’s Lutheran Church yard sale is slated for Aug. 9
Yard sale is 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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Eating healthy is just one area of focus this school year
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