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State fire chiefs respond to El Reno call

State fire chiefs respond to El Reno call

By Ray Dyer (rdyer@elrenotribune.com) Dozens of fire chiefs from across Oklahoma were in El Reno for much of last week for the 92nd Annual Oklahoma Fire Chiefs Association Conference. The…

Redlands celebrates 75 years

Redlands celebrates 75 years

Editor’s Note: This is the first of two parts detailing the history of Redlands Community College. Redlands Community College is going back in time to pay homage to its humble…

Healing Beams: Ancient acupuncture gets modern twist

Healing Beams: Ancient acupuncture gets modern twist

By RAY DYER rdyer@elrenotribune.com The horse was the “engine” most vital to survival for the ancient Chinese and for that reason, rather than doing away with an ill animal, a…

Voters approve CVTC bond issue

Voters approve CVTC bond issue

By TRACI CHAPMAN tchapman@mustangnews.info Canadian Valley Technology Center officials were celebrating Tuesday, after voters approved a $12 million bond issue slated for reconstruction of the school’s El Reno campus. In…

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 win streak snapped by No. 2 Tulsa Memorial 80-49 Friday morning in the Class 5A…

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 after midnight…

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 when the City Council unanimously approved a plan that will allow Mercy Health to bring…

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 a Custer County judge can keep control over $6.1 million of Cheyenne and Arapaho tribal…

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 him did, it seemed cool. He later switched to smokeless tobacco because smoking became a…

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 for a severely disabled veteran living in Guthrie. Scotty Deatherage of El Reno serves as…

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