Comanche County, Oklahoma

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The Sheriff's House Sale


The Sheriff's House Sale is a public auction to sell repossessed properties, and it occurs periodically throughout the year. Sales are usually held on a scheduled Monday, at 11:00am in the Commissioners' Meeting Room at the Courthouse (Room 302). A list of properties is listed below. Be advised that the list is subject to change, and may not be complete. For a current list, you will have to visit the Sheriff's Office at the Courthouse (Room 102).

 

November 05, 2018

CASE # ADDRESS APPRSL F.D.P. ATTORNEY NEWSPAPER
CJ-2016-798 2204 NW 37th Street 31,000 27-Sep-18 Baer County Times
CJ-2018-130 104 Mohawk Avenue, Geronimo 48,000 27-Sep-18 Kivell County Times
CJ-2018-270 726 NW 31st Street 29,000 27-Sep-18 Kivell County Times
CJ-2017-757 7504 NW Rolando Road 52,000 27-Sep-18 Kivell County Times
CJ-2018-277 411 N. East Drive, Fletcher 39,000 27-Sep-18 Kivell County Times
CJ-2018-364 4910 SE Edinburgh Lane 72,500 04-Oct-18 Shapiro County Times
CJ-2018-261 6415 NW Arrowhead Drive 66,000 04-Oct-18 Hood Constitution
CJ-2016-308 2132 NW Ozmun 35,000 05-Oct-18 Kozeny Constitution
CJ-2018-150 8 NE Cimarron Trail 49,000 04-Oct-18 Kivell County Times
CJ-2018-120 302 Osage Avenue, Geronimo 30,000 04-Oct-18 Kelley Constitution
CJ-2018-83 Read Legal 80,000 04-Oct-18 Mee Constitution
CJ-2018-223 Read Legal 40,000 04-Oct-18 Latham Constitution
CJ-2018-106 3826 NW Arlington 50,000 04-Oct-18 Kozeny Constitution
CJ-2018-73 707 NW Euclid Avenue 29,000 04-Oct-18 Baer County Times
CJ-2018-381 6114 NW Cheyenne Avenue 52,000 04-Oct-18 Baer County Times
CJ-2018-355 Route 1, Box 69, Chattanooga 25,000 04-Oct-18 Baer County Times
CJ-2017-582 8002 NW Baldwin Avenue 82,500 04-Oct-18 Shapiro County Times
CJ-2018-228 406 NW Woodland Drive 32,000 04-Oct-18 Shapiro Constitution
CJ-2018-184 4544 SW Atom Avenue 45,000 04-Oct-18 Shapiro Constitution
CJ-2018-435 1405 NW Hoover 30,000 05-Oct-18 Shapiro Constitution
CJ-2018-180 738 SW 45th Street 19,000 05-Oct-18 Shapiro Constitution
CJ-2018-219 923 SW 34th Street 43,000 04-Oct-18 Kivell County Times
CJ-2018-124 402 NW Rogers Lane, Unit B 30,000 04-Oct-18 Kivell County Times
CJ-2018-240 604 SW 23rd Place 27,500 04-Oct-18 Kivell County Times
CJ-2018-198 1329 NW Cherry Avenue 80,000 04-Oct-18 Kivell County Times
CJ-2018-340 1316 NW Bessie Avenue 80,000 04-Oct-18 Kivell County Times
CJ-2018-208 1720 NW Liberty Avenue 80,000 04-Oct-18 Kivell County Times
CJ-2015-559 104 NW 52nd Street 105,000 04-Oct-18 Shapiro County Times

 

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National Voter Registration Day approaches, voters still have time to get registered for General Election

(Oklahoma City) – As the deadline approaches to register for the November 6 General Election, a national effort is underway to encourage voters to get signed up.

National Voter Registration Day on September 25 is the perfect time for Oklahomans to make sure they are registered and their information is up to date, Oklahoma State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax said Friday.

The deadline to register to vote for the General Election is Friday, Oct. 12.

“We have already seen increased voter registration this year as compared to four years ago,” Ziriax said. “Turnout for elections thus far in 2018 has been encouraging. We need to keep that momentum going, and it starts with making sure every eligible voter is registered and ready to vote in November.”

Registering to vote in Oklahoma has never been easier. Voter Registration Application forms can be downloaded from the State Election Board’s website at http://www.elections.ok.gov?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery" target="_blank">www.elections.ok.gov or picked up at a variety of locations including your county election board, local libraries, post offices and tag agencies.

Completed forms must be either returned by mail or in person at your county election board or local tag office.

Voters who are already registered to vote may use a new online system to change their residential or mailing address within their current county. They may also update their party affiliation. Address changes to a new county, name changes and new voter registrations will still require a completed paper form, which can be downloaded on the website.

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