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Tigers up 1-0 on Chickasha for District Championship

By Jayson Knight Tuttle Baseball won an important game Monday over Chickasha 4-1. Both teams were undefeated in district play, and meeting up to determine some important playoff implications. Chickasha scored first in the top of the first inning, but the Tigers kept them scoreless after that. The Tigers put their first run on the…

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Tiger Claw inaugural event draws 94

By Jayson Knight editor@tuttletimes.com The Tri-City Flyers hosted the Inaugural Tiger Claw Open Saturday at the City of Tuttle’s Hartin-Hambleton Park, welcoming 94 disc golfers to town. The Tri-City Flyers are a group of local avid disc golfers, many of which have volunteered their time to supplementing the park with a disc golf course named…

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Plott finishes Second at NCAA Championships

By Jayson Knight In his fourth season representing Oklahoma State University, Tuttle alumnus Dustin Plott finished his season Saturday at the 2024 NCAA Wrestling Championships in Kansas City, Missouri as a National Runner-Up in the 184-pound weight class. Plott came into the tournament ranked third in the country, and defeated Minnesota U’s No. 2 Isaiah…

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Action Vacuum Repair will get your vacuum back into action

By Jayson Knight editor@tuttletimes.com Action Vacuum Repair is owned and operated by Will Harrison, out of Moore. “I started many years ago actually, in Yukon, repairing vacuums for my uncle,” Harrison said Monday. “I worked there repairing vacuum cleaners and selling them for 15 years. They were retiring and so I kind of stepped out…

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Local agencies train for active shooter at Grady Memorial

Several different local first responder agencies worked together on an active shooter drill conducted by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol Friday at Grady Memorial Hospital in Chickasha. Among those agencies were Tuttle Fire/EMS, Tuttle Emergency Management, Grady County Sheriff’s Office, Grady County Emergency Management, and many more. Tuttle Emergency Management Director Mike Fay said Friday after…

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Tuttle Baseball beats Blanchard & Elk City

By Jayson Knight Tuttle Baseball beat Blanchard Thursday in a rematch of last year’s 4A state championship game. The Tigers then went to Elk City the next day to play a double-header against their semifinals opponent from last year’s state tournament. Tuttle beat Blanchard 8-6, and then went 1-1 against Elk City on the road.…

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Lady Tigers fall at State to eventual champion Bethany

  Tuttle’s Lady Tigers finished their season in the state tournament Thursday, March 7, falling to eventual state champion Bethany. Bethany outscored their opponents by 51 points through the three games of the state tournament. Tuttle Head Basketball Coach Jamie Combs lauded her team’s fight in the final game of their season. She said Monday…

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Miss Oklahoma Rodeo Teen coronation Feb 17

By Jayson Knight editor@tuttletimes.com Tuttle’s Jolee Daile Jagers was named Miss Rodeo Oklahoma Teen at the Miss Rodeo Oklahoma Pageant in Woodward in June 2023. Jagers will be celebrated with a coronation Saturday, February 17 at Coal Creek Vineyard, located at 210 North Sara Road in Tuttle, at 6 p.m. The event will feature a…

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