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Council rejects OKC service request that would lead to large development

By Chris Eversole The Mustang City Council didn’t take long to unanimously reject a request from Oklahoma City that Mustang provide services to land south of the city limits. “We don’t need to take on that customer,” Mayor Jess Schweinberg said. At issue is the development of two square miles directly south of the city…

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Isaias Silva earns All-City top honor at event

As a freshman, Isaias Silva scored five goals, but as a sophomore the Bronco led Class 6A in goals with 26. On top of the 26 goals, Silva also collected 11 assists during the Broncos semifinal run. “I feel like I grew my mentality, and the speed of play at the high school level helped…

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Mustang Athletics reveals Hall of Fame inductees

In its second year, Mustang Athletic Department announced four individuals and one team will be inducted into the Mustang Athletics Hall of Fame. Charles Carpenter, Toby Daugherty, James Garner, Shane Hamman, and the 1984 girls’ volleyball team will go up in the hall of fame Aug. 24 at the Mustang Event Center. Toby Rowland will…

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Mustang teachers to receive second raise in three months

Despite receiving a pay increase less than two months ago, Mustang school officials announced this week that pay for teachers in the district could soon increase by another $1,220. That will bring the pay for a first-year teacher with no experience to $41,220. In April, the district announced it would increase the starting pay to…

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Mustang graduates carve a niche in woodworking

By Kirk Wilson – Mustang Public Schools During graduation on May 17, three Mustang High School seniors found out via text message that their woodworking projects had been accepted into a national woodworking competition. The North American Wood-working Contest will be held July 17-20 in Las Vegas. The Association of Woodworking & Furnishings Suppliers Fair…

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Sami See honored with several season awards

Samantha See stood out all season and now she’s seeing her hard work recognized. See has accumulated a myriad of awards in the weeks following the end of the regular season. Her name has appeared on the All-State and All-District list. She was named co-offensive player of the year in the Central Oklahoma Athletic Conference…

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Mustang Police Logs

The Mustang Police Department recorded the following arrests between May 21 and May 25: Angel Dawne Fallwell, 30, Oklahoma City: Driving with revoked license; Kylie Nicole Scott, 20, Mustang: Possession of paraphernalia, defective headlights; Theron Jerel Barker, 21, Oklahoma City: Possession of paraphernalia; Jordan Maeen, 31, Yukon: Expired license plate, failure to appear; Lacie Marie…

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Survivor points to need for unified services

By Chris Eversole Shelia’s experience with the criminal justice system was not good for many years. Law enforcement officers sometimes didn’t believe her when they responded to her calls for help with domestic violence. Despite court protective orders, her ex-husband harassed her, her extended family and her employers through 6,000 derogatory text messages and in…

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Mustang senior overcomes challenges for state title

Another successful season came to an end for Rachel Hamel, and the state championship season bookended a successful career for the Lady Bronco. In Hamel’s four-year career at Mustang, the hurdler took home three gold medals from the state track meet. During the state meet in her sophomore season, Hamel won the title in the…

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Class of 2019 crosses stage of Lloyd Noble Center

By Chris Eversole Families and friends joined the Mustang High Schools Class of 2019 in their commencement exercise Friday. The crowd filled Lloyd Noble Center on campus of the University of Oklahoma, except for the section behind the stage. About 700 seniors participated in the ceremony for this, the largest graduating class in the history…

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Storm chasing is Mustang man’s passion

By Chris Eversole A storm chaser from Mustang was in the right place at the right time Monday. Sammy Brence and the two other members of Twisting Fury team captured photos and videos from the Mangum tornado in Southwest Oklahoma. The team sold its video to The Weather Channel and Good Morning America, and team…

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Mustang Police Logs

The Mustang Police Department recorded the following arrests between May 12 and May 18: Mitchell Parrish, 39, Oklahoma City: Defective brake lights, driving with suspended license, possession of paraphernalia, possession of methamphetamine; Colin Edward Hill, 32, Mustang: shooting with intent to kill; Jacob Matthew Hicks, 28, Oklahoma City: Possession of paraphernalia, failure to comply; Joshua…

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Keanon Simon resigns from Mustang

After three seasons, Mustang’s baseball coach Keanon Simon resigned Tuesday. “We appreciate the things Keanon did for us. We appreciate the three years he has been here,” Athletic Director Robert Foreman said. Simon led the Broncos to two state tournament appearances and a state championship in 2017. In his three seasons, Simon compiled a 72-44…

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Mustang catches its Bass

A new era begins inside the Mustang basketball programs with the hiring of Katie Bass, 36, as the next girls’ basketball coach. “The community base here is amazing, and the support is something that I’ve always wanted and needed. I’m just excited to be here,” Bass said. “The community around here is just, I’ve never…

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Man recovering after shooting in Mustang

A man was shot early Monday at a Mustang apartment complex following a dispute, officials with the Mustang Police Department say. Police said the incident occurred around 1 a.m. after a woman brought a man home. The man was shot by the woman’s roommate. The shooting occurred at the apartment complex, 1184 W. Westchester Way.…

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Drivers rescued from high water

By Chris Eversole Rescue crews helped three motorists who were stranded in high water in Canadian County early Wednesday. They included a woman whose car was partially submerged west of the intersection of S.W. 29 Street and Cimmaron Road, said Capt. David Macy of the Oklahoma City Fire Department. Both the Oklahoma City and Union…

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Deputy fire chief joins Hall of Fame

By Chris Eversole The Mustang Hall of Fame named Deputy Fire Chief Roy Widmann as this year’s inductee during the Mustang Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet April 25. The award was timely since he retired Tuesday. Widmann said he is planning to move to Arkansas, where he is building a log home. He has been…

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Mustang boys golf team qualifies for state

For the first time since 2004, the Mustang Broncos golf team advanced to the state tournament with a team total of 628. “The kids are playing really well. They have had a good season so far,” said coach Chad Harper. “The conditions were terrible. It was rainy and windy. It wasn’t a hard rain, but…

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Deer Creek unwilling to reschedule first round matchup despite threat of inclement weather

Due to the threat of severe weather Tuesday, the Mustang athletic department attempted to reschedule the soccer playoff games against Deer Creek to Monday however, Deer Creek declined. “As administrators sometimes we have to err on the side of caution and Deer Creek was unwilling to do so,” said Mustang athletic director Robert Foreman. Multiple…

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Mustang Police Logs

The Mustang Police Department recorded the following arrests between April 21 and April 27: Monica Sasnett, 28, Yukon: Driving with suspended license, speeding; Richard Lee Brock Jr., 47, Oklahoma City: Driving with suspended license, expired license plate, possession of methamphetamine, possession of paraphernalia; Misty Marie Thompson, 45, Sayre: Obtains controlled dangerous substance by fraud, possession…

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Area News

Yukon school meal prices set to increase

By TERRY GROOVER tgroover@theyukonreview.com The price that students in the Yukon School District will pay for their meals is going up next year. The school board, on Monday, approved a 10-cent increase across the board for full-price meals. According to the district, elementary students will pay $1.20 for breakfast and $2.60 for lunch; middle school…

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Area Sports

Mustang catches its Bass

A new era begins inside the Mustang basketball programs with the hiring of Katie Bass, 36, as the next girls’ basketball coach. “The community base here is amazing, and the support is something that I’ve always wanted and needed. I’m just excited to be here,” Bass said. “The community around here is just, I’ve never…

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