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Rain delays ER softball team

Rain delays ER softball team

By GLEN MILLER millerg@elrenotribune.com While the rain is good for farmers in the area, El Reno High School softball coach Davee Deaton was a little bummed out Thursday…

Local golfers hit it off at All-State

Local golfers hit it off at All-State

By GLEN MILLER millerg@elrenotribune.com CATOOSA – Several members on both the East and West All-State squads found out last week they have more in common than they previously…

Gundy had the right game plan for ESPN choice

Gundy had the right game plan for ESPN choice

    I chuckled when I came across the cartoon which runs with my column for the simple fact I was thinking the same thing the other day…

Brown taking All-State run serious

Brown taking All-State run serious

  By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com TULSA – While he knows there is no state title on the line, you’ll have a hard time convincing Justin Brown that Friday…

headlines

Heath Fair aids students, staff

Heath Fair aids students, staff

By Daniel Lapham dlapham@elrenotribune.com The El Reno Public Schools, in partnership with several community organizations,…

Hard work pays off for El Reno mom

Hard work pays off for El Reno mom

By Daniel Lapham dlapham@elrenotribune.com Hard work and patience are yielding a rewarding harvest for longtime…

Sheriff adds military muscle

Sheriff adds military muscle

By Traci Chapman tchapman@mustangnews.info As Canadian County’s population has grown and the threat to officers…

Summer movies for a $1

Summer movies for a $1

By DANIEL LAPHAM dlapham@elrenotribune.com Now in its fifth year serving the children of El Reno,…

Painting the Town

Painting the Town

  By Ray Dyer rdyer@elrenotribune.com Shannon Gilmore told Brent Parker he had been praying for…

Mentoring program grabs eye of state group

Mentoring program grabs eye of state group

By Daniel Lapham dlapham@elrenotribune.com An El Reno mentoring program, in its first year, has grabbed…

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Accident claims second EHS student

Accident claims second EHS student

A second El Reno High School student has died as the result of injuries suffered in a two-vehicle accident that involved six EHS students. The accident occurred shortly…

C&A Tribes issued warning by Feds

C&A Tribes issued warning by Feds

By Rex Hogan Contributing writer The Bureau of Indian Affairs is warning the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes that it could lose millions of dollars in federal money if…

Ice brings power outages; more ice and snow on the way

Ice brings power outages; more ice and snow on the way

Residents in areas of Canadian County lost power early Saturday in the wake of an ice storm that left a reported three quarters of an inch to an…

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community

District breaks ground on new 3rd/4th grade center

District breaks ground on new 3rd/4th grade center

By Traci Chapman El Reno’s first day of school marked another first – a celebration of a future third- and fourth-grade…

crime news

El Reno man released by OKC police

By Traci Chapman An El Reno man has been released from custody after he was arrested   as a suspect for having an alleged connection with the killing…

Man charged in shooting

By Traci Chapman A 72-year-old El Reno man has been charged with shooting at another man after an incident last week. El Reno Police Chief Ken Brown…

Tulsa man charged with first-degree murder in connection with Calumet fire

A Tulsa man has been charged with first-degree murder in the deaths of a Calumet mother and her son. Derek Don Posey, 30, was arrested June 25…

county news

County planning commission in holding pattern

By Traci Chapman A county planning commission proposal has once again been put on hold, as Piedmont officials and representatives with a wind energy firm attempt to…

Grants to help spread word about underage drinking, social host law

By Traci Chapman Adult drinking and driving is an issue in Canadian County, but for youth who are just getting acclimated to the road, taking a drink…

From The Sidelines

Armstrong’s message in cancer battle should not be lost

I was getting my eyes checked the other day and Dr. Pam Reichert posed a question that I had been waiting for someone to ask. “So what…

business

New RCC livestock coach takes the reins

By Traci Chapman Redlands Community College has a new livestock judging coach. Brandon Callis started Aug. 8 at the college, just days before students were set to…

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FBC El Reno to hold final downtown service

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