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Voters pass Calumet bond issue

Voters pass Calumet bond issue

By Emily Kindiger Voters in Calumet last week supported a school bond issue that will build a new high school by more than 76 percent. Canadian County Election Board Secretary…

Jail progress moves forward

Jail progress moves forward

By Traci Chapman As snow slowed one aspect of the Canadian County Jail’s addition progress, work moved forward in another area. On Wednesday, workers from all three commissioners districts teamed…

Bee’s Knees creation finds ‘capitol’ home

Bee’s Knees creation finds ‘capitol’ home

By Traci Chapman An original Bee’s Knees creation has found a home with an Oklahoma state representative. Rep. Ben Sherrer, D-Choteau, last week accepted a mixed media piece created by…

Countdown to Burger Day begins with band lineup announcement

Countdown to Burger Day begins with band lineup announcement

By Traci Chapman With a new album and a single hitting the Billboard charts, No Justice will return to the Burger Day main stage in May. Event entertainment director Brooke…

Mustang city manager resigns

By Carolyn Cole – Mustang News Mustang City Council members will review qualifications Tuesday night to pick an interim city manager after accepting Mike Rutledge’s resignation this week. The Council…

Bank of Union names Burns lending VP

The Bank of Union has named Eddie Burns as vice president of lending for the bank’s locations in El Reno and Union City. Burns has completed banking programs at the…

Fossil fuel guilt

By Ray Dyer The sign looked as though it was made with a stencil and spray paint. It was stuck to a brick wall on the side of a building…

Craig’s comments

By Craig McVay On Oct. 27, 1881, The Tombstone Daily Epitaph ran the following banner at the top of the front page, “Yesterday’s Tragedy.” The sub-heading that day read, “Three…

Ridley to be honored with retirement celebration

Ridley to be honored with retirement celebration

A retirement celebration will be held for longtime transportation executive Gary M. Ridley on March 4 at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford. Ridley is retiring in March as director…

Tobacco proponents target smokeless varieties

Tobacco proponents target smokeless varieties

By Traci Chapman Tobacco use comes in more than one form, each as dangerous as the last, says Canadian County tobacco prevention coordinator Jenny Kellbach. And that’s what a new…

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