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Industrial arts thriving at Mustang High School

By Chris Eversole While industrial arts training has declined at other Oklahoma Schools, Mustang High School’s program continues to be strong. Not only are Mustang students winning awards in state and national competition, but also they are landing jobs as a result of their training. Some have founded their own businesses doing work such as…

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Mustang celebrates Farmers Market Week

By Chris Eversole Wildhorse Gardens and Market was busier than normal on Saturday at the pavilions between the Town Center and community garden. The organization celebrated National Farmers Market Week with food trucks, music from the crew from the Mustang Senior Center and advice provided by Canadian County Master Gardeners. Kids activities included face painting,…

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Welcome Back

For more than 11,000 Mustang students, Thursday is the first day of the new school year. Officials with the Mustang School District said they expect last year’s enrollment of 11,434 students to be eclipsed by about 400 for the new year. According to early enrollment numbers, Mustang has 11,960 students. However, that number is expected…

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Mustang, Yukon schools drive surge in home building

By Chris Eversole Construction is booming in the Mustang and Yukon school districts, with starter homes predominating. Building within the 12 square miles of the city of Mustang illustrates the trend. Building permits within the Mustang city limits totaled 196 from July 2017 through June 2018, more than doubling the 82 building permits from July…

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Mustang football takes on fall camp

By Brody Feldmann It is football season in Oklahoma. Mustang football began fall camp on Monday, along with the rest of Oklahoma. “We are glad it is here that is for sure,” head coach Jeremy Dombek said. This season is opposite from last year, when the Broncos had a lot of familiar faces on the…

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Woman accused of manslaughter in crash

An Oklahoma City woman remains in the Oklahoma County jail accused of running over the passenger of a motorcycle and fleeing the scene. Brianne Risher, 38, is accused of manslaughter, driving under the influence, leaving the scene of an accident with injury, transporting an open container of beer and transporting an open container of alcohol.…

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Mustang Volleyball opens season in dominant fashion

By Brody Feldmann With school just a week away, Mustang sports hit the playing field Tuesday with the Lady Broncos volleyball team defeating Moore. The Lady Lions have been a thorn in the Broncos’ side the last couple of years on the court, but that was not the case this go-around. “We do have certain…

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Hagan, who started on council in 1996, honored

By Chris Eversole The Mustang City Council gave a heartfelt goodbye on Tuesday to Linda Hagan, who resigned from the council last month for health reasons.Council member Darrell Noblitt, who served with Hagan when he was on council from 2002 to 2005, noted that Hagan had been part of many accomplishments while serving on council…

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Celebration of Life

Family and friends of Chase Ashley and the Ashley family get ready to release balloons. Photo/Courtesy By Brody Feldmann Lub-DUB, lub-DUB, that is the sound Chase Ashley’s heart makes inside of Brian Deuster’s chest 10 years after he received the 19-year-old’s heart. Ten years ago, Deuster was told that he had two weeks to live.…

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Appeals court sends fired AD case back

By Chris Eversole A federal appeals court has reversed a U.S. district courts’ ruling against fired Mustang Public Schools Athletic Director Chester “Chuck” Bailey Jr. and sent it back for a new trial. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit, based in Denver, cited errors made by the U.S. District Court for the…

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