Fairview’s FestiFall will continue but at new location

By Editor | October 7, 2020

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been announced FestiFall will continue as normal as organizers are gearing up for the fifth annual event. One noticeable change will highlight the event this year and the change has to deal with the event’s location. The event will move this year from near the Fairview Community Center to…

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Bulls and Broncs Event Slated

By Editor | October 7, 2020

Fairview Wranglers have announced they will be hosting a Bulls and Broncs event at L.L. Morrison Arena Oct. 24 in Fairview. Gates will open at 5 p.m. for the event with Mutton Bustin kicking off activities at 6:30, which will be followed competitors doing battle in Bareback, Saddle Bronc, Ranch Bronc and Bull Riding events.…

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Flu Shots Available October 1 at Health Departments

By Editor | September 30, 2020

Flu Vaccine Available Starting Oct. 1 OKLAHOMA CITY (Sept. 30, 2020) – Local county health departments and other health care providers in Oklahoma will begin offering seasonal flu vaccinations on Thursday, Oct. 1. Almost everyone 6 months of age and older should get a flu vaccine every year. It is an effective way to prevent…

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Fairview Police Department Holds Promotion Ceremony

By Editor | September 1, 2020

Fairview Police Department hosted a Promotion Ceremony Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 1. Officials taking part in the Promotion process were Fairview City Manager Jerry Eubanks, Fairview Vice Mayor Shane Bode and Fairview Police Chief Dan Smith. During the ceremony Lieutenant David W itt was formally promoted to the rank of Assistant Police Chief and Officer Kori Day…

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BRIDGE WORK SCHEDULED

By Editor | August 28, 2020

Information has been received that the Cimarron River Bridge west of Ames will soon be undergoing repairs. Repair work will begin Sept. 8, and during the repair process the bridge will be down to one lane. The repair project is expected to take 90 days to complete.

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“Safer In Oklahoma” Advisory Issued

By Editor | August 13, 2020

Commissioner Frye Issues ‘Safer in Oklahoma’ Health Advisory OKLAHOMA CITY (Aug. 13, 2020) – Interim Health Commissioner Lance Frye, M.D. today announced a new statewide health advisory has been issued, calling on all Oklahomans to strengthen our commitment to combatting COVID-19 in the State. The ‘Safer in Oklahoma’ Health Advisory reinforces public health precautions and…

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World Traveller William Galloway Returns To Fairview

By Editor | August 12, 2020

BY TRAVIS BARNARD Last June, the Fairview Republican published a story about world traveller William Galloway and his life saving mission to help those suffering from brain injuries. Just last week, the Fairview Republican had the opportunity to catch up with Mr. Galloway as his travels lead him back to Fairview. However, a lot has…

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Elementary Construction Wrapping Up

By Editor | August 12, 2020

Construction at Cornelsen Elementary is in the final stages and will be ready to greet students and faculty for the first day of classes Thursday, Aug. 13. Over the summer construction crews have been busy building walls and enclosing all the classrooms.  By far, the biggest school security improvement project passed by Fairview School District patrons…

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Oklahoma State Department Of Health adding text messages to contract tracing options

By Editor | July 24, 2020

OKLAHOMA CITY (July 24, 2020) – The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) announces the expansion of its contact tracing outreach efforts to include text messaging. This functionality will help streamline the process for contact tracers as they reach out to individuals who have been in close contact with infected individuals. “Contact tracing is an…

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Major County Courthouse taking precautions

By Editor | July 23, 2020

Statement from Major County Emergency Management: A family member of a Major County Courthouse employee has tested positive for COVID-19. The employee(s) have been tested and their results have all came back negative. However, after meeting and discussing with health officials and determining the safest manner in which to move forward, all employees who may have had…

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