by Destinee Weeks
State Question 777 is one of the seven state questions that will be on your November 8 ballot. Phrases such as, “These constitutional rights receive extra protection under this measure,” and “unless the law is justified by a compelling state interest” have voters scratching their heads. District 59 State Representative, Mike Sanders, says this state question is a nobrainer.
Seiling Schools welcome Rhea Elliott as their Spanish I and II teacher. Rhea and her husband, Jesse, have four children together; Korben, Alee, Michael, and Rush. Rhea graduated from Tonkawa High School and attended Northwestern Oklahoma State University and the University of Central Oklahoma. This is Rhea’s first year of teaching.
Seiling takes loss against Pioneer 38-16
Submitted by Baylee Smith of Leedey
Pictured right: Top row left to right, Kenzee Danielson, Dallas Gill, Laken Clinesmith, Jordyn Chaffin, Breann Glory, Rian Mann, Abbee Mann, and Karlee Danielson. Middle row left to right is Mallory Sandoval, Megan Bradley, Makia Lovelace, Kenna Silas, and Kamry Deal. Bottom row left to right is Johnna Carman and Dylon Goff. Not pictured is Kelby Roach. The team is coached by Klint McClendon and Eric Castle.
Kelsi Nelson and Dane Krause are happy to announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage. Their wedding will be held on December 17, 2016 at the United Methodist Church in Fairview, Oklahoma. Pastor Devon Krause will officiate. Parents of the couple are Micheal and Tina Nelson of Seiling and Jim and Shelly Krause of Okeene. Grandparents of the bride are Ray and Sharon Bowen of Seiling, OK, Chester Nelson of Seiling, and the late Norma Nelson. Grandparents of the groom are Donald and Peggy Krause of Okeene, Rule Webster of Enid and the late Sharon Webster.
by Andrea Hutchinson
“Failing to understand the ideology behind SUSTAINABILITY, is like trying to put a puzzle together without the lid---there is no big picture. They may like the piece they are holding a lot but it is useless if they don’t understand where it fits.” Amy Fox shared this thought with me Saturday on the phone. Amy lives in Kansas City, understands the urban battle the United Nation’s Agenda 21/2030 Sustainable Development plan wages against America. I have not met her personally, but we bonded several years ago on Facebook because we spoke the same language: Sustainability.