Canadian County

Service Learning

By Chris Eversole This school year, Mustang High School has enhanced its opportunities for service learning – the educational approach that emphasizes volunteering and career shadowing. For the first time, students are serving in internships. Six of the internships are in professional settings, and four work in IT at the school. The intern locations include…

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Sheriff to provide deputies at some Mustang schools

The Canadian County sheriff’s office will continue to provide on-campus deputies at several schools in Mustang. The county commissioners approved the agreement between the sheriff’s office and the Mustang School District during its meeting Tuesday. Under the agreement, the county will provide three deputies who will work security at eight schools, mostly at elementary and…

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Mustang’s reign comes to an end

By Brody Feldmann It had been five years since the Millers defeated the Broncos and eight years since Yukon won at home in the rivalry. Those streaks came to an end on Friday with a Yukon 19-14 victory over Mustang at Miller Stadium. “Credit to Yukon. They are really good defensively and they haven’t given…

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Film Study Week One

By Brody Feldmann It’s Bedlam week in Canadian County. Mustang opens its season on the road Friday against Yukon at Millers Stadium. The Broncos come into the ballgame winning the last four meetings between the two teams. But, this season is different than the last three or four decades with Yukon coming into the game…

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Volleyball has found its groove recently

By Brody Feldmann After a three-game skid, the Mustang Lady Broncos volleyball team has gone on a dominating run. Mustang had lost three games in a row in the last two weeks until traveling to Muskogee over the weekend and found its groove. “I think the girls are playing with a lot of confidence. I…

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Mustang’s nationally recognized long snapper

By Faith DeSplinter Mustang’s senior Braedy Wilson is catching national attention for his position on the varsity team, long snapper. Not only is he ranked 42 nationally out of the class of 2019 but he is on the watch list for the Chris Rubio Award. This award is given to the best snapper in the…

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THE VOTE IS IN

By Terry Groover and Chris Eversole Brian Hill, 41, narrowly defeated Beverly Adams in Tuesday’s primary election runoff for the Republican nomination for the Oklahoma House District 47 seat. He received 51 percent of the vote, capturing 2,509 votes to Adams’ 2,378 — a difference of 131 votes. Hill will face Sarah Carnes, who won…

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Can Mustang make history?

By Brody Feldmann Rivalries cause people to do crazy things, and the Canadian County rivalry between Mustang and Yukon keep some residents from shopping in the nearby town. It may sound crazy, but people around each town know at least one person who at one time in their life refused to shop in the neighboring…

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School board praises departing communications professional

By Chris Eversole The Mustang Board of Education on Monday praised the work of Shannon Rigsby, who has resigned as the school district’s public information officer. “She worked tirelessly to keep parents and the community informed,” Board President Jeff Landrith said. Rigsby would respond to unexpected events by posting information on social media and the…

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