2009 Photo Contest Winners


  • 2009 Sweepstakes Winners

    Daily Sweepstakes Winner

    CHELCEY ADAMI, Stillwater NewsPress
    Kelly Smith was arrested outside of her mobile home at a mobile home park off North Washington Road during the serving of 64 arrest warrants for purchasing over the legal nine-gram limit of pseudoephedrine, a key ingredient in manufacturing methamphetamine.

    Weekly Sweepstakes Winner

    LOUISE RED CORN, The Bigheart Times
    The wild horse race at the Cavalcade was won by the Skiatook team of Matt Meiser, Cole Crain and Grant Well. These guys from Oologah weren't so lucky: Their horse fought like the devil and won, leaving them defeated on the ground as the horse broke free.

  • December Photo Winners

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    ROWYNN RICKS, Woodward News

    Vici senior Jonna Gregory goes to the hoop against the Sharon-Mutual Trojans during a game at the Mooreland Holiday Classic Basketball Tournament.

    Weekly Winner

    TERRI CHERVENKA, Elk Citian

    Young girl caught during a moment of reflection in front of the stained glass windows at the Old Town Museum Chapel in Elk City.

     

  • November Photo Winners

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    CHELCEY ADAMI, Stillwater NewsPress

    Kelly Smith was arrested outside of her mobile home at a mobile home park off North Washington Road during the serving of 64 arrest warrants for purchasing over the legal nine-gram limit of pseudoephedrine, a key ingredient in manufacturing methamphetamine.

    Weekly Winner

    JOE McCLOUR, Atoka County Times

    Several cars on a Union Pacific train derailed in Atoka Thursday,
    Oct. 29. Pictured are derailed cars from the empty coal train. There were
    no injuries.

  • October Photo Winners

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    BEN WOLOSZYN, Stillwater NewsPress

    Adam Martin tugs on a rope while playing tug-of-war with his classmates during the Westwood Elementary Field Day Fundraiser.

    Weekly Winner

    MISTY ROBBINS, The Bigheart Times

    Watch your tongue! During a tag football game in Barnsdall, Keegan Marin ran wit hthe ball while his teammates mounted a strong defense for the gray team.

  • September Photo Winners

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    BEN WOLOSZYN, Stillwater NewsPress

    Oklahoma State wide receiver Dez Bryant dives into the endzone for a touchdown during a football game against Georgia at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater on Saturday, Sept. 5, 2009. OSU Defeated Georgia 24-10.

    Weekly Winner

    RICK HEATON, Owasso Reporter

    Owasso's Aaron Colvin loses his hat, but hangs on for the tackle during Owasso's 41-3 loss to No. 1 Jenks.

  • August Photo Winners

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    KEVIN HARVISON, McAlester News-Capital

    Megan Gragg looks under a giant mushroom while visiting a friend's house in McAlester.

    Weekly Winner

    CHUCK REHERMAN, The Yukon Review

    Eric Colvin finds himself in a parallel position with the bronc Lonesome Dove and headed to the front during a performance of the Yukon FFA Rodeo. Colvent went head-first over the top of the mare and ended up with a no score. The ninth annual event set another record with more than 3,000 fans in attendance.

  • July 2009 Photo Contest Winners

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    PAUL B. SOUTHERLAND, The Oklahoman
    Edmond Police Department cadets are given 40 seconds to get to their first class after morning
    ceremonies for the first Edmond police academy.

    Weekly Winner

    LOUISE RED CORN, The Bigheart Times

    The wild horse race at the Cavalcade was won by the Skiatook team of Matt Meiser, Cole
    Crain and Grant Well. These guys from Oologah weren’t so lucky: Their horse fought like
    the devil and won, leaving them defeated on the ground as the horse broke free.

  • June 2009 Photo Contest Winners

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    PAUL B. SOUTHERLAND, The Oklahoman
    Three sets of baby screech owl eyes peer down from a walnut tree in northwest Oklahoma City.  The photographer counted seven screech owls in the tree who were taking refuge from harassing blue jays while being raised.

    Weekly Winner

    MARHYA PRICE, Stigler News-Sentinel
    A mutton buster goes down at the Deon Bumpers Memorial Rodeo in Stigler

  • May 2009 Photo Contest Winners

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    KEVIN HARVISON, McAlester News-Capital
    Six-year-old Hanna Porter takes pride in her work as she flashes a smile while placing U.S. Flags at the grave site of veterans for Memorial Day Weekend.

    Weekly Winner

    JEFF MAYO, Sequoyah County Times
    A fire destroyed Farmer's Furniture in downtown Sallisaw in spite of the efforts of firefighters from throughout the county, Poteau, and Fort Smith Ark., both of which brought ladder trucks to douse the blaze.

  • April 2009 Photo Winners

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    JIM ELLIS, Miami News-Record
    An airborne Ben Madsen of Western Oklahoma State University tries to take down his opponent during the steer wrestling competition at the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association Central Plains Region Finals at the Miami Fairgrounds.

    Weekly Winner

    TONY DOWNING, McIntosh County Democrat
    Checotah senior Ashley Breshears makes an outstanding play on the Morris base runner in the
    first game of the district tournament held at Checotah..

  • March 2009 Photo Winners

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    Kevin Harvison, Dailey/McAlester News-Capital
    Carson Jones, NABA light middle weight Champion follows through with a  
    punch that leaves him standing over his opponent Dan Wallace, after a  
    4th round knockout; Saturday night at the Buffalo Run Casino in Miami  
    during a Showbox Showtime event. 

    Weekly Winner

    Donna Pearce, The Indian Journal (Eufaula)
    Twelve people were injured, including two young men from Quinton who were in the Chevrolet pickup pictured, when a truck driver allegedly under the influence of illegal drugs plowed into six vehicles stopped at a road construction site on Hwy 9 East in Longtown last week.

  • February 2009 Photo Winners

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    Jennifer Lyles, Muskogee Daily Phoenix
    Jerry Dewitt Raney is escorted from the courthouse at the Muskogee County Courthouse during his preliminary hearing.

    Weekly Winner

    Rusty Ferguson, The Cleveland American
    Fire destroys historic downtown building in Cleveland.  The fire silhouettes just two firefighters with a single water hose, but there were actually nearly 30 firefighters from Cleveland and surrounding areas who kept the fire from spreading to other downtown structures.

  • January 2009 Photo Winners

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    Kevin Harvison, McAlester News-Capital
    Matt Henry shatters a ball during a wiffle ball game in Krebs.

    Weekly Winner


     

    Carolyn Estes, Oologah Lake Leader
    Oologah High School student Casey Leigh Rinck, 17, is moved from her wrecked 2000 Dodge pickup by emergency workers from OTEMS and Northwest Fire District.
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