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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…

A mother’s heart: School counselor fights heart failure

A mother’s heart: School counselor fights heart failure

By Daniel Lapham dlapham@elrenotribune.com   A woman who many say has a heart bigger than life itself is in need of a lifesaving heart transplant. Rose Witcher Elementary School counselor,…

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…

Police ask for help with Jan. 27 burglary

Police ask for help with Jan. 27 burglary

El Reno Police Department is asking for residents’ help with a Jan. 27 burglary, which occurred at a local motel. Police are looking for a vehicle, believed to be either…

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 its constant…

Blessing Baskets loaded with holiday cheer

Blessing Baskets loaded with holiday cheer

By Daniel Lapham dlapham@elrenotribune.com More than 540 families were blessed with Christmas bounty last week as hundreds of volunteers from El Reno and across Canadian County rolled up their sleeves…

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 inch of…

Lost memories found at landfill

Lost memories found at landfill

By RAY DYER rdyer@elrenotribune.com A family photo album turned up in David Griesel’s office after it was apparently discarded in a load of cardboard that made its way to the…

Creating a Superman attitude

Creating a Superman attitude

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com Anyone who faced Matt Edmonds on the mat in high school knew that for six minutes it was like wrestling with the “Man of Steel.” That…

Glidden helps Cowboys in rout of Kansas

Glidden helps Cowboys in rout of Kansas

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com STILLWATER – Like most inside Boone Pickens Stadium, David Glidden was stunned to see Josh Stewart leave the field in the first period with an agonizing…

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