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TheHintonRecord110th YEARNo. 48 Price 75USPS #246-220 Wednesday, November 27, 2013Pages 8 Local News For Hinton and North Caddo County
Snow blanketed much of Western and Central Oklahoma on Sunday, November 24, 2013. This photo wascaptured in Watonga, Oklahoma. Photo - Darrel James
Police Blotter: Alleged drug activity at local hotel roomNov. 1
Unlocked vehicle on N.Broadway; call on report; call onrunaway juvenile from CanadianCounty; unlocked vehicle onAirport Rd.; report of suspi-cious person east of town onHwy 37, made contact w/ sub-ject, just out for a walk.
Nov. 2Public assist on N. Broadway;
call from wrecker service onvehicle; subject in office onlocation of residence; call fromOHP on domestic on I-40 at 104mile marker.
Nov. 3Call on locked vehicle;
motorist assist on N. Broadway;juvenile in office for stealing;call from Hinton Travel Inn onfemale subject possibly with
drugs; arrested Amanda Papkefor Caddo County warrant athotel after complaint of possibledrug activity in her room; callfrom Sugar Creek Casino aboutpossible drugs found on floor,security turned over small bag ofmethanphetamines to officer fordestruction; removed largebranch from the road at Enid andSpencer; call about open door ona trailer across from Fast Lane,checked trailer, no one present,secured door.
Nov. 4Call on fingerprints; subject
in office to file report on aharassing phone call, relayed tocounty; notified animal controlabout dog found in town; sub-ject in office for fingerprints;call about subject in ditch, nega-
tive contact; subject in office forfingerprints.
Nov. 5Call on stolen tag, recovered
in Roff, Oklahoma, on subjectsvehicle; located victim of hit andrun at Loves for OHP, placedvictim in contact with trooper;call from Canadian Countyrequesting assistance locatingand stopping vehicle that hadpurposely hit another vehicle,vehicle exited at the 101 and didnot stop at the stop sign,attempted to stop vehicle infront of Loves but vehicle triedto elude, after a short pursuit thevehicle was stopped on AirportRd., the driver, DouglasStumblingbear, was arrested andtaken to the Canadian CountyJail for multiple charges.
Nov. 6Public assist on N. Broadway;
two calls on civil matters.Nov.7
Call on crash, negative con-tact; call on report.
Nov. 8Report of dogs at large on
Max St., notified animal control;call from child welfare; unlockedvehicle on S. Broadway; call onfemale wanting ride to a shelter;call for accident report; report ofdogs at large on S. Vernon, noti-fied animal control, animal con-trol took one dog to the pound;report of injury accident 2 mileseast of 101 exit, negative con-tact; call to assist CasinoOklahoma on report about carbreak in; call from BIA.
Call on child bit by kitten;report of threats made; unlockedvehicle at Sugar Creek Casino.
Nov. 10Family disturbance on S.
Vernon; assisted Clinton OHP;subject in office; call fromLoves reporting a fight inprogress; call from BlaineCounty reporting a fight inprogress; call about CasinoOklahoma office info.
Nov. 11Call for animal control;
unlocked vehicle on N. Vernon;subject in office for report;made contact with suspect onreport (complaint); several pub-lic assists by phone.
Nov. 12Unlocked vehicle; call from
OKC PD; public assist on S.
Broadway; unlocked vehicle atCasino Oklahoma; public assistby phone; call from CasinoOklahoma regarding a car breakin.
Nov. 13Unlocked vehicle at post
office; subject in office on civilmatter; call from apartments onnoise problem; subject in officeabout subject at apartments.
Nov. 14Public assist on N. Broadway;
call on fight at school, state-ments taken and report will befiled; call on cattle out on S.Broadway at vet office; callfrom OHP on debris in road onI-40, negative contact withtruck; unlocked vehicle.
By Rex HoganTerry Parton, president of the
Wichita and Affiliated Tribes,was among 11 tribal leadersfrom across the country to meetwith President Barack Obama atthe White House for the WhiteHouse Tribal NationsConference.
The meeting was held Nov.12th.
Parton and the other 11 triballeaders met with the president
before the opening of the WhiteHouse Tribal NationsConference in which representa-tives from 566 American Indianand Alaska Native tribes wereinvited. It was the fifth year theconference has been held inWashington D.C.
We talked about economicdevelopment and job creation,Parton said. Thats really all Iwant to say about it.
She was one of two Oklahoma
tribal leaders to meet privatelywith the president. The otherwas Bill Anoatubby, Governor,Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma.
The other 10 attendees wereMelanie Benjamin, ChiefExecutive, Mille Lacs Band ofOjibwe of Minnesota, LeonardForsman, Chairman, SuquamishTribe of Washington, JoeGarcia, Governor, OhkayOwingeh of New Mexico, RayHalibritter, Nation
Representative and CEO,Oneida Indian Nations of NewYork, Carole Lankford, ViceChairwoman, ConfederatedSalish and Kootenai Tribes ofMontana, Rex Lee Jim, VicePresident, Navajo Nation ofArizona, New Mexico and Utah,Chris McNeil, CEO, Sealaska ofAlaska, and Rosemary Morillo,Chairwoman, Soboba Band ofLuiseo Indians of California
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Local tribal leader meets with President Obama
Hinton Elementary students that have met theirweekly reading goals are entered into a drawing intheir individual classrooms. The names are drawnout during the morning assembly. The winners get apickle and the chance to walk down the center ofthe assembly where all the teachers and studentsacknowledge their achievement.
Great Job on reading!
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Calf Fr ieswith your choice
This past week was a shortweek as we were only servedmeals for four days instead offive. The reason being that ourSite staff had to attend a trainingmeeting in Duncan. Next weekwill be even shorter.
We will be served a Brunchon Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.and then our Site will be closedon Thursday, Thanksgiving Dayand Friday, the day after.
We had Beth Andrews withus on Monday until the home-bound meals were ready to bedelivered.
Peg Zehr and Cecelia Reckardwere back with us after a shortabsence. Peg was busy tellingsome jokes and from the laugh-ter we heard, we gathered theywere funny.
Clemon Winn is still at Re-hab in Weatherford.
Some of our members wentwith Shirley Carollo to visit Buband Ruth Thiessen. They usedto be regulars here at the Center.They are doing well and a goodvisit was enjoyed by all.
Tuesday was Cliff Ingram'sbirthday and he was pleasantlysurprised by a visit from his twosons, Gary Bishop from Tulsaand Rick Bishop from Edmond.
Jody Archer came fromMercy Hospital in ElReno to doBP screenings.
On Thursday, Tina Exeniaand Susan Bott came fromMaple Lawn in Hydro and didBP and BS screenings. Theyalso brought in eight trays ofBrownies to be given away.
Winners were WandaHartline,Eldon McCumber,
Marlene Walker, Bithell andChristeen Price, Karen Bruce,Mary Thomason and WanetaFindley.
Our guests included JoyceMcLain, Joyce Marie Dillardand Karla Sandaval.
Karla's parents are Bithel andChristeen Price and Leona Priceis her aunt. Ashley Cooper.Administrator from MapleLawn was also present.
Bingo was played after lunch.Winners included Bithel Price,Leona Price, Marlene Walker,Donna Mae McCumber, WandaHartline and Joyce Dillard.Black Out game winner wasBob Furrow.
We were informed on Fridaythat one of our favored regulars,Silas Peach, was called to hisHeavenly home. Prayers andcondolences are extended to hisfamily.