Drumright

Truella McClendon Hill

By Micah Choquette / March 2, 2018

Truella McClendon Hill, 90, of Drumright passed from this life on Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at her home in Drumright, OK. She was born on December 16, 1927 in Seminole County to Harvey McClendon and Sissy Downing. She was a homemaker. She was a member of Souls Harbor Light House. She is survived by her…

Sapulpa, Bristow and Mounds win at Thursday night football games, see who plays tonight

By Micah Choquette / October 20, 2017

Sapulpa finally wins one (and how!) and here’s how the rest of the county did on Thursday night.

Drumight, Sand Springs make 2018 Oklahoma Teacher of the Year Finalists, Rising Stars Announced

By Community Submission / July 10, 2017

The 12 Finalists include Janet Johnson of Sand Springs and Sarah Carter of Drumright. See all finalists and also this year’s “Rising Stars”

Central Tech Practical Nursing Students Graduate

By Community Submission / July 7, 2017

The class includes Shelbey Lyon of Chandler, James Meyerring of Oilton, Raegan Earp of Cushing, Whitney Cooper of Sapulpa, Chelsea Baugus of Cushing, Danielle Smith of Stroud, Rebecca Gordon of Yale, Jessica Roe of Cushing, and Regina Howell of Depew.

Behind Charred Walls: Eye-Witness Accounts Raise Questions in Drumright Murder-Suicide

By Community Submission / April 27, 2017

Read about the last conversation one victim had with his neighbor shortly before he died.

Groundbreaking Drumright educator honored by State Senate

By Community Submission / March 31, 2017

Although Drumright teacher Emma Akin touched the lives of countless school children throughout the country, many Oklahomans have probably never heard of her trail blazing efforts to enhance the education of African American students in segregated schools.

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