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McDaniel named OKCPS superintendent

By Chris Eversole, Contributing Writer Mustang Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Sean McDaniel was named superintendent of Oklahoma City Public Schools in a 5-2 vote at a board meeting at 3 p.m. today. The job takes him from a district of about 11,000 students to one of 46,000. McDaniel has been Mustang superintendent since 2012. He…

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McDaniel set to leave Mustang for Oklahoma City Public Schools

By Chris Eversole Staff Writer Mustang Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Sean McDaniel is expected to be named superintendent of Oklahoma City Public Schools at a board meeting at 4 p.m. today, various news organizations report. The job would take him from a district of about 11,000 students to one of 46,000. McDaniel has been Mustang…

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Schools reap benefits of credit rating

By CHRIS EVERSOLE Staff Writer The outstanding credit rating of Mustang Public Schools – a rarity among Oklahoma school districts – paid off Tuesday. The board of education approved a $10.9 bond package at a 2.3 percent interest rate and a $920,000 bond package at 3.1 percent. The rates were this low because Standard and…

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Track, field teams shine in COAC meet

By MICHAEL KINNEY Contributing Writer MOORE — The Central Oklahoma Athletic Conference could easily be described as the most talented track and field conference in the state. With the likes of Edmond Santa Fe, Southmoore, Edmond North, Mustang and Moore, they have many athletes who are expected to shine at the state meet. When they…

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Girls soccer ends Yukon’s season

By MICHAEL KINNEY Contributing Writer Maddison Oliver couldn’t have asked for a better gift for her senior year. After losing to Yukon during the regular season, the soccer gods gave Oliver and her Mustang teammates another shot at their rivals in the first round of the playoffs. This time, with their season on the line,…

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Former fire chief added to Hall of Fame

By CHRIS EVERSOLE Staff Writer Arlon Hadlock, Mustang’s first full-time fire chief, was named to the Mustang Hall of Fame at the Mustang Chamber of Commerce annual banquet last week. “It was a nice surprise,” he said. “I didn’t expect because I had retired so long ago.” Hadlock and his family moved to Mustang in…

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Mustang teacher reunites with former student during walkout

By LARISSA COPELAND News Editor When Mustang kindergarten teacher Davette Ravencraft went to the state Capitol last month to participate in a teacher walkout, she had mixed feelings. “If we didn’t do something, nothing was going to get done,” she said. “They’ve promised and promised, and we’ve believed and believed, but nothing has ever happened.”…

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Firefighters honored for saving Mustang man

By CHRIS EVERSOLE Staff Writer The Mustang City Council honored six of the city’s firefighters on Tuesday for helping save the life of a resident. The six responded Dec. 22 to the home of Mark Hutchinson, who was then 60, and found that he was not breathing and didn’t have a pulse, Fire Chief Craig…

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Schools vow to keep fighting for funding

By CHRIS EVERSOLE Staff Writer Mustang Public Schools were back in session this week following the end of a two-week teachers’ walkout. Both school officials and members of the teachers’ bargaining unit, the Mustang Education Association, applauded additional funding the Legislature approved in response to the walkout. However, they said that would work for more…

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