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December 24, 2013

Closings, new hours usher in a new year

WAURIKA — The New Year’s Day holiday is causing some changes in scheduling for local entities and businesses.

The Waurika News-Democrat will be running on early deadlines for those wanting to place advertisements in the Jan. 1 edition. The edition won’t  be distributed until Thursday, Jan. 2, however, an early production deadline will cause a change in the advertising deadline.

Those wanting to place ads in the Jan. 1 edition must contact the News-Democrat by 3 p.m. Friday, Dec. 27.

The WND office will be closed on Jan. 1. We will return to regular business hours and with regular advertising and editorial deadlines on Thursday, Jan. 2.

Here are the New Year’s holiday schedules for other local entities and businesses:

- Jefferson County Courthouse is closed Jan. 1

- Waurika City Hall is closed Jan. 1

- Ryan City Hall is closed Dec. 31-Jan. 1.

- Ringling City Hall will close at noon on Dec. 31 and closed Jan. 1.

- Terral City Hall is closed on Jan. 1.

- Jefferson County Department of Human Services and Health Department will be closed Jan. 1

- Jefferson County Soil Conservation and USDA Service Center will be closed Jan. 1

- Waurika and Ryan Post Offices will close at noon on Dec. 31 and will be closed all day Jan. 1.

- Post Office’s in Terral, Ringling, Hastings and Addington will be closed Jan. 1.

- First Bank & Trust Co. and First Farmers National Bank in Waurika will be closed on Jan. 1.

- First State Bank in Ryan will be closed at noon on Dec. 31 and all day Jan. 1.

- Peoples Bank and Trust in Ryan and First National Bank in Ringling will closed Jan. 1.

- Public schools in Waurika, Ringling, Ryan and Terral are closed for holiday break and will resume classes on Monday, Jan. 6.

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