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There's No Place Like Home for Aggie Football!


Goodwell, Okla.—It's finally here Aggie fans! Game Day in Goodwell will gear up on Saturday, Oct. 1 for the Aggies' home-opener...

Panhandle Equestrian Takes Their Show on the Road This Week


Goodwell, Okla.—Seven Aggie riders will travel to Gainesville, Texas to compete in their first show of the season this weekend...

Langston Tri-Match Brings a Win for the Aggies


Langston, Okla.—Tuesday evening the Panhandle State volleyball team took part in a tri-match hosted by Langston University....

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Staff Liaison Committee Spreads Cheer

The Panhandle State Staff Liaison Committee is pictured here from left to right: Bonnie Maille, Amanda Batenhorst, Calandra Rose, and Abby Evans. The group was preparing to spread some cheer with free movie passes to each Panhandle State staff member. —Courtesy photo

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Rodeo Teams Triumph in Colby

Josh Frost won the bull riding and the all-around title at the Colby, Kan. rodeo this past weekend. —Photo by Dale Hirschman

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Passing the Torch

Bob Wray, grandson of Dr. Fanning, the fourth president of Panhandle Agriculture and Mechanical College, pauses for a picture with current President Dr. Faltyn (right) in front of the president’s house located on the campus. —Photo by Danae Moore

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A New Age for OPSU’s Student Senate

Jasmine Brown-Jutras —Photo by OPSU Campus Communications

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Panhandle Volleyball Looking to Bounce Back from Bolivar

Aggie Volleyball suffered four losses in a weekend tournament hosted by Southwest Baptist in Bolivar, Mo.—Reagan Higgins photo

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Weeder Selected as Assistant Women’s Rodeo Coach

Shelbie Weeder (right) with Coach Robert Etbauer as she receives the All-Around Champion Cowgirl saddle at the Doc Gardner Rodeo this past spring. Weeder will now serve as the assistant Women’s Rodeo Coach at Panhandle State. —Courtesy photo

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McMurphy Named Employee of the Quarter

Elizabeth McMurphy (left) receives a plaque in honor of being named Employee of the Quarter. —Photo by Danae Moore

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Larsen, Yates Claim Titles at Cheyenne Frontier Days

Panhandle State alumni J.D. Yates and Orin Larsen are pictured here with the other event winners at the Cheyenne Frontier Days. —Courtesy photo

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Shoulders Exhibits at Arts Festival

Panhandle State Art Instructor Brent Shoulders (right) is pictured here receiving his first place award at the High Country Arts and Crafts Festival in Eagles Nest, N.M. —Photo by Danae Moore

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Hardman Selected as Featured Storyteller

Tony Hardman, Oklahoma Panhandle State University Library Director, was chosen to be one of the four featured tellers at the Spirit of Oklahoma Storytelling Festival held in Guthrie, Okla. this year. —Courtesy photo

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PBL Connects At National Leadership Conference

Members of Panhandle State’s PBL Chapter recently attended the 2016 PBL National Leadership Conference in Atlanta. Left to right: Kietta Saunders, Trey Fankhouser, Brian Martinez, Madilyn Rider, Brittney Moore, Natasha Colpetzer, Tyler Bryant, Brittney Bergner, Jocelynn Avalos, and Linden Robertson. —Courtesy photo

Sept. Cover of Panhandle Magazine


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