Home » 2013 » March » 06

St. Katharine blessing on center’s expansion

By Ray Dyer Archbishop Paul S. Coakley was in El Reno Feb. 26 to bless and dedicate the new memory care center at St. Katharine Drexel Retirement Center. Father Mark…

La Leche brief

The Mustang/Yukon La Leche League group will meet Friday at 3:30 p.m. at Chisholm Trail Presbyterian Church, 801 W. Vandament in Yukon. La Leche League is an international, nonprofit, non-sectarian…

El Reno blood drives

El Reno High School, in partnership with the Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI), will hold a blood drive March 11 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 400 S. Choctaw. In…

Jung column

Donna Stangl-Jung                                                                                             OSU Extension Educator   Low in calories and high in protein and important nutrients, eggs pack a powerful nutritional punch inside their tidy little shells. At only about…

Tipton column

By Brad Tipton OSU Extension Educator The best time to apply a spring pre-emergence herbicide to control crabgrass and other lawn weeds is right now. A pre-emergence herbicide kills weed…

County road contract

By Traci Chapman The Oklahoma Transportation Commission recently awarded a $392,000 contract for improvements to a CanadianCounty bridge. The contract was awarded to Bridgeco Contractors, Inc. for repair to a…

County democrat scholarship

By Traci Chapman CanadianCounty Democrats are offering a $500 scholarship to area students. Jody Harlan, county Democrats volunteer chair, said the scholarship was established in honor of the organization’s former…

Carl’s critique Jack the Giant Slayer

By Carl Overholser  Remaking a fairy tale story for modern audiences is hard work. From awful Twilight-reference cash-ins (Red Riding Hood) to mindlessly fun but kind of misogynous fare (Hansel…

Public records March 6

MISDEMEANORS Zachary Tobias Sweeney, Mustang, driving while under the influence of drugs and leaving scene of accident involving damage. Lanny Dean Garcia, Oklahoma City, driving while under the influence of…

State collections dip

  OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma revenue collections dipped slightly in February, the fifth such occurrence in the past year, State Treasurer Ken Miller said today as he released the state’s…

Page 1 of 41234