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Planning open house attendees talk about past, look to future

Planning open house attendees talk about past, look to future

By Traci Chapman An open house to discuss planning of El Reno’s southern corridor drew a packed house and outspoken critics of city efforts to strike a balance between residents…

Burger memories, laughs abound at special gathering

Burger memories, laughs abound at special gathering

  By Ray Dyer More than a dozen men who once were, or in some cases still, involved in El Reno’s fried onion burger businesses got together Sunday afternoon to…

Buses on district purchase fast-track

Buses on district purchase fast-track

By Traci Chapman El Reno Public Schools is preparing for the first of its purchases connected with the $45.3 million bond issue passed Jan. 8 by voters. During Monday’s regular…

Oklahoma’s natural remedies

By Catherine Dougherty The weather of late has been schizophrenic and the forecast predicts more erratic behavior in the coming weeks. With temperature fluctuations and pollen floating about, it would…

United Way surpasses $152,000 mark

United Way surpasses $152,000 mark

United Way of Canadian County volunteers raised $152,000 in 2012. Eric Anderson, president-elect of the local United Way, made the announcement during Canadian County’s campaign celebration held at the Palace…

Union City boys exit postseason

By Glen Miller Mason Kane and Trevor Harris, the top two scorers for Union City, were held to a combined five points in the second half as the Tigers’ season…

Grigg resumes city clerkship

Former El Reno City Clerk Lindsey Grigg has returned to her post. City Manager Tony Rivera confirmed Tuesday Grigg resumed her duties as city clerk Feb. 12. She left in…

Former DHS worker convicted of child abuse

By Traci Chapman A former Department of Human Services caseworker and teacher last week was found guilty by a Canadian County jury of sexual abuse of two children he had…

Okarche teams dominate districts

By Glen Miller Okarche High School’s girls basketball team advanced into the winners bracket of the Class A playoffs with a lopsided 77-27 win over Kremlin-Hillsdale to secure the Area…

OSBI to join Saunders murder investigation

From Mustang News Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation have been asked to open a full investigation into the slaying of a Mustang woman. Carina Saunders, 19, was identified as a…

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