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AG opinion: Justice center funds not used properly

AG opinion: Justice center funds not used properly

By Daniel Lapham dlapham@elrenotribune.com An attorney general’s opinion made public Monday could potentially close the Gary E. Miller Children’s Justice Center, said the center’s co-director. District 2 Canadian County Commissioner…

El Reno to face Guthrie Thursday

El Reno to face Guthrie Thursday

El Reno High School’s scrimmage in football with Guthrie was incorrectly printed in Wednesday’s paper to take place Friday night at Memorial Stadium. The scrimmage will take place Thursday night…

Traffic stop leads to allegations of excessive force

Traffic stop leads to allegations of excessive force

By Daniel Lapham dlapham@elrenotribune.com An incident, which began as a traffic stop, has led to allegations of excessive force and the denial of prompt medical care on the part of…

Showing community love for educator

Showing community love for educator

By Ray Dyer rdyer@elrenotribune.com Kara Todd Watts walked to the microphone and said she wished there was a word “bigger than thank you.” She couldn’t find one, but her point…

Canadian County Free Fair nears

Canadian County Free Fair nears

Donna Stangl-Jung OSU Extension Educator The upcoming Canadian County Free Fair, set for Aug. 20-23 at the county fairgrounds, offers the chance for county residents to show off their talents.…

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, served more than 300 community members last Wednesday with the eighth annual free community health…

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 El Reno resident Sherri Stewart as she serves her reign as Mrs. Oklahoma International 2014.…

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 increased, officials say they needed to find a way to protect those officers. Their solution…

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, the Summer Matinees for Kids program is continuing to grow, bringing businesses together to share…

Painting the Town

Painting the Town

  By Ray Dyer rdyer@elrenotribune.com Shannon Gilmore told Brent Parker he had been praying for a way to have his house painted. “This was the first door we knocked on,”…

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