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Schools make COVID-19 changes

Mustang Public Schools’ Board of Education agreed last week to allow Superintendent Charles Bradley to speak with state and county health officials about the district’s COVID-19 plans. In addition, the school approved some changes that will impact how the district operates during the current pandemic. Those changes include allowing decision-making be based from MPS’ COVID-19…

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Yukon teachers happy with students’ return

Yukon students have been back in the classroom for about two weeks, and at least two teachers say they are happy to have them back. Kayleen Browning, a fifth-grade teacher at the recently opened Redstone Intermediate, and Debbie Yeagley, who teaches second grade at Ranchwood Elementary, both said teaching students in the classroom is significantly…

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Czech royalty will serve a second year

For the first time in program history, Oklahoma’s Czech-Slovak royalty will serve two terms. For more than 50 years, the Oklahoma Czech Royalty Pageant has been a fixture of Yukon’s Czech Fest, celebrating area youth as they honored their Czech-Slovak heritage. “When our 2019-2020 Oklahoma Czech-Slovak royalty were being crowned, no one could have foreseen…

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Mustang mauled by Timberwolves

Mustang kicked off the district portion of its schedule last week by hosting Norman North. The Timberwolves were coming off a loss to Yukon, so it looked like the Broncos should have been favored. However, when North got to Broncos Stadium, they were at full strength, something they were not the week before. They rolled…

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Mustang netters sweep rival Yukon

The Mustang Lady Broncos showed why they continue to be ranked among the best Class 6A volleyball programs in the state with a straight-set win against rival Yukon on Tuesday. The Lady Broncos won the bedlam match 25-19, 25-23, 25-17. Despite falling behind in two of the three sets, Mustang never appeared to panic in…

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An engaged Mustang is a happy Mustang

Community leadership speaker Heady Coleman urged Mustang leaders to be intentionally engaged in their community. “An engaged city is a happy city, and I want to live there,” said Coleman, who was the keynote speaker at last week’s Chamber of Commerce luncheon. Coleman, a Guthrie resident, shared his story of becoming citizen of the year…

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Mustang schools eye move to A-B schedules

Pre-kindergarten through fourth-grade students in the Mustang School District are now required to wear masks, officials said. The new mandate is in effect while the students are in class as well as at any school-related activity. The transition came because as of last Friday, Canadian County fell into the “orange 2” category, meaning there are…

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MPS superintendent alarmed by COVID-19 trends

Mustang Public Schools Superintendent Charles Bradley said he is alarmed by the continuous increase in close contacts and quarantines throughout the district in the most recent data released Friday. More mitigation measures must be taken outside of the classroom, he said in the fourth release. The new week’s data indicates there are 22 more known…

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Renovated dog park set to reopen

All furry canine friends and their owners are invited to the reopening of Mustang Wild Horse Dog Park at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. The park closed last month to build a walking trail inside the small and large dog park areas. Mustang used a $24,000 grant from the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust to build the trail.…

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Real ID change causes disruption for tag agencies

Some tag agencies in Mustang and Yukon are facing challenges with the transition to Real IDs, the new license that will be the only form accepted to fly beginning Oct. 1, 2021. “You can’t just walk in, get it done and walk out in a few minutes like you’ve been able to,” said Oklahoma Tag…

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