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ER linksters get look at regional layout

ER linksters get look at regional layout

Getting an early look at the course they will face in May for regional play, El Reno High School’s boys golf team took eighth place at the 2014…

El Reno swept by Guthrie

El Reno swept by Guthrie

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com El Reno High School’s baseball team has fallen on hard times, losing six straight games in less than a week to slip to a…

ER boys dodge first late-season pothole

ER boys dodge first late-season pothole

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com At least for the time being, El Reno High School’s boys basketball team has sidestepped the sinkhole which swallowed up the Indians at the…

Chicks provide sweet treat for ER girls

Chicks provide sweet treat for ER girls

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com While Taleigh Davis didn’t get any flowers on Valentine’s Day, the sophomore and her teammates on El Reno High School’s girls basketball team got…

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El Reno boys fall in 5A state semis

El Reno boys fall in 5A state semis

By Glen Miller TULSA – El Reno High School’s boys basketball team had its 10-game…

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…

City Council clears way for portable clinic

City Council clears way for portable clinic

By Ray Dyer rdyer@elrenotribune.com El Reno’s efforts to address health care moved forward last week…

Appeals court upholds C&A ruling

Appeals court upholds C&A ruling

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, Denver, has upheld a Western District Court ruling that…

The hard facts about tobacco use

The hard facts about tobacco use

Bobby Don Stevenson started smoking as a teen for a common reason – everyone around…

Local man joins push to aid veteran

Local man joins push to aid veteran

A local man has pitched in on a national effort to build a “smart” home…

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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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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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