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Voters unanimously approve school bond issue

  By Traci Chapman El Reno Public School District will see major new construction, thanks to an overwhelming majority of voters last week approving a $45 million bond issue. Almost…

Medical clinic again put on hold

By Traci Chapman In a week which saw the city mourning one doctor’s loss and another giving his notice to leave, a proposed medical clinic on city-owned land was again…

CIP projects may be ready to move forward

By Ray Dyer The last two projects in the Capital Improvement Plan may have been pushed forward Wednesday morning when the CIP executive committee met with City Manager Tony Rivera…

Conditional use permit denied

Drawing applause from members of a standing-only crowd, El Reno City Council members last week voted to deny a permit that would have allowed an oil field berm repair business…

El Reno ODOT office recognized

By Emily Kindiger Of the Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s numerous projects, the El Reno office of ODOT has received state and national recognition for project excellence. Recently, El Reno’s ODOT…

Final months of 2012 see changes in El Reno

By Traci Chapman The last three months of 2012 saw a major announcement, hiring of a new school superintendent and the struggle to bring a new health-care clinic to the…

Bond issue approval sends strong message El Reno ready to move forward

Congratulations El Reno!!!! Congratulations to the El Reno School Board!!! Congratulations to the El Reno City Council!!! Congratulations to the future!!! On Tuesday, El Reno voters sent a strong message…

Emotions and opinions are fine, but it takes math to operate a hospital

Math deals with logic. But it’s no match for emotion. On Tuesday night El Reno City Councilman Kent Myers said he believes the city-owned hospital will be closed. Who knows,…

Care Living Center sees changes

By Emily Kindiger After new management, updates and changes, Care Living Center is working to transform the old view of the nursing home into that of a homey, familial atmosphere.…

Letter to the editor

To the Editor: No pay, long hours, consistent apprehension whenever someone calls unexpectedly and says, “We need to talk.” You are guarded every single time someone approaches you in the…

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