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SKIATOOK TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS

With a new two-game winning streak, the Lady Broncos put its streak on the road in the Skiatook Tournament. Mustang opened the tournament with host, Skiatook in the first round and walked away with a 58-32 victory. Mustang’s Jaki Rollins led the Broncos with a game-high 21 points while Cur’Tiera Haywood added 17. “We didn’t…

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HALF A HUNDRED

All America Bank celebrating 50thanniversary By Chris Eversole All America Bank, the financial institution with the longest history in Mustang, is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2019. All America Bank, originally named First Mustang State Bank, has been a major contributor to the community, financing many construction projects and providing business and personal loans, said…

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MHS on short lock down after suspicious bag found

Mustang High School was on lockdown for about 20 minutes Thursday after a bag containing a loaded weapon was found in the school’s media center, Mustang school official said. The bag, found in the school’s media center, garnered enough attention for school officials to contact resource officers and local police. The owner of the bag,…

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Main Street revitalization to take time, officials say

  Revitalizing Yukon’s historic Main Street will not happen overnight. It will take effort and the community joining together, officials with the Oklahoma Main Street Program said last week. The effort begins with identifying the needs of the community, said Kelli Yandon, a program coordinator for the Oklahoma Main Street Program. About 40 or so…

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McCurdy takes seat as district judge

  Jack McCurdy became only the fourth district judge in Canadian County since 1984 when he took the oath of office Friday. McCurdy was sworn in by retired District Judge Edward Cunningham. Cunningham also appointed McCurdy in 2007 to the bench as a special judge. McCurdy was the second of four Canadian County judges who…

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Three area women start crisis nursery in Oklahoma City

Roughly a year ago, Jennifer Roberts couldn’t sleep after hearing the story of a child being abused in the Oklahoma City area. She decided it was time to take action. “I just asked what I could do. I wanted to do something different to help. There are great organizations out there that do great things,…

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Three area women start crisis nursery in Oklahoma City

  Roughly a year ago, Jennifer Roberts couldn’t sleep after hearing the story of a child being abused in the Oklahoma City area. She decided it was time to take action. “I just asked what I could do. I wanted to do something different to help. There are great organizations out there that do great…

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Dispensary owner looks forward to adventure

  Courtney Young was busy Thursday. As crews installed security bars on the inside of windows, while other workers added security cameras throughout the building at 355 E. Main, Young was on the phone placing last minute orders. With the help of her mother and some co-workers, Young was preparing for her first day of…

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Mustang reaps saving with new OKC water agreement

  By Chris Eversole The Mustang City Council approved last week a 30-year water contract with Oklahoma City that will save money and avoid major hikes in rates. The new agreement drops the rate from $5.73 per 1,000 gallons to $2.22 per 1,000 gallons. If this rate had been in effect in 2018, Mustang would…

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