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Report creates action plan to family justice center

By CHRIS EVERSOLE newseditor@mustangnews.info A broad group from Canadian County is moving from dreaming to concrete action in creating a one-stop center where victims of domestic violence could receive help from multiple providers. The center would provide a shelter for victims, including children, as well as providing other services, noted County Commissioner David Anderson. “I…

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Treatment continues for suspect in double slaying

By TERRY GROOVER tgroover@theyukonreview.com A Norman man who admitted to authorities that he shot and killed two men near Lake Overholser is back at the state forensic center in Vinita after doctors determined that he was not competent to help prepare his defense. Ronnie Lewis Miller III, 32, is charged with two counts of first-degree…

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Officials name company to lead fairgrounds complex project

An Oklahoma City-based construction management company whose owner lives near El Reno has been selected to oversee the construction of the new Canadian County fairgrounds complex. The Canadian County commissioners serving as both commissioners and the board of the Public Facilities Authority, voted unanimously to select Lingo Construction to handle the $12 million project. Lingo,…

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City sales tax receipts rebound in July

After more than seven months of seeing its sales tax receipts take a downward trend, the city of Yukon received some good news to end the 2019 fiscal year and to start 2020. According to the Oklahoma Tax Commission’s sales tax report, Yukon received $2,011,861 in sales tax receipts for July. That is up from…

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List of victims for Tate Publishing finalized

By TERRY GROOVER tgroover@theyukonreview.com The Oklahoma attorney general’s office is preparing a final restitution plan that could help bring to a close the case against the owners of a former Mustang-based vanity book publishing company. Alex Gerszewski, a spokesman for Attorney General Mike Hunter, said the restitution plan against Ryan and Richard Tate of Tate…

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Yukon girl’s birthday wish to help others

By TERRY GROOVER tgroover@theyukonreview.com “I am very proud of her,” Cassy Bray said of her daughter, Ruby Stephens. The Yukon girl recently turned 10, and to celebrate, asked those attending her birthday party at the Sunset Park splash pad to forego presents. Instead, she asked that everyone bring stuffed animals that could be donated to…

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Services set for Mustang developer killed in wreck

By CHRIS EVERSOLE newseditor@mustangnews.info Funeral services for Mustang developer Robert Crout III have been set for Aug. 3. Crout was killed July 17 when his 2013 Chevrolet Tahoe was hit from behind while it was stopped in a construction zone in the Texas Panhandle. Crout’s wife, Kathy, was injured in the crash and was hospitalized…

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Restaurant, library become movie sets

By CHRIS EVERSOLE newseditor@mustangnews.info Mustang became a Hollywood set Sunday as Del Rancho and the public library became backdrops for filming two movie scenes. The crew from the feature film “Southland” arrived at Del Rancho at 6 a.m. and stayed until about noon, filming 15 to 20 takes, much to the delight of owners Cindy…

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Two Mustang graduates win national woodworking awards

By CHRIS EVERSOLE newseditor@mustangnews.info Two students who graduated from Mustang High School in May won awards in national competition. Kailen Weidner won first place for his dresser, and Zack Holt won second place for his desk last week at the North American Woodworking Contest in Las Vegas. Only 20 high school projects from the United…

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Multi-sport athlete excited for Hall of Fame nomination

By BRODY FELDMANN newseditor@mustangnews.info For the second time, Toby Daugherty is going into a hall of fame. “It’s great. I thought about it for a while, and you know — here is the thing. There are a lot of those kind of deals out there, but I’ll tell you what. These are special because these…

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Mustang’s Wiley earns second national title

By BRODY FELDMANN newseditor@mustangnews.info Last week was a breakout week for Mustang’s John Wiley in Fargo, North Dakota. Last year heading into his freshman season Wiley was a national runner-up in Fargo, but this season when walking into the Fargo Dome the soon-to-be sophomore wasn’t being mentioned as a contender. But after a great week…

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Former Yukon teacher charged with sexual battery

By TERRY GROOVER tgroover@theyukonreview.com24      A former Yukon teacher of the year has officially been charged with two counts of sexual battery. Robert Brian Davis was formally charged Monday in Canadian County District Court with two felony counts. Officials with the Oklahoma City Police Department said they expect additional victims to be forthcoming. Davis, who worked…

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Former teacher of the year accused of sexual assault

By TERRY GROOVER tgroover@theyukonreview.com Two years ago, Rob Davis was celebrating as Yukon’s teacher of the year as well as being a finalist for state teacher of the year. Today, he is free on $25,000 bail after being accused of sexual battery. Davis, who lives in Yukon, was arrested at his home Tuesday. Davis, 40,…

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Mustang ballet student begins training in Russia

Above left, students from Academy of Ballet and Theatre Arts in Edmond will study in Russia in late July and early August. Picture at top are Lauren Heard of Mustang, Mikenna Seale, Adelya Gosmanova. At bottom are Mia Ray and Lillian Savage. Photo courtesy Kate Luber Photography.Above left, students from Academy of Ballet and Theatre…

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Bronco Club adds classes for older Mustang students

By BRODY FELDMANN newseditor@mustangnews.info The Bronco Club is trailblazing – expanding its summer program to include classes for seventh- through 10th-graders. Until now, the Bronco Club was limited to activities for students in the sixth grade or below – both after school and in the summer. The new activities for older kids, known as S.O.A.R.,…

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Peruvians embrace Mustang teen on mission trip

By CHRIS EVERSOLE newseditor@mustangnews.info A Mustang student who went on a mission trip to Peru in early June received more from her travels than she gave. Madison “Maddie” Ernst made the trip with a group from Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School – shortly after she graduated from the Oklahoma City school. “The happiness and the…

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Mustang officials plan to adjust marijuana rules

By CHRIS EVERSOLE newseditor@mustangnews.info Mustang has become a hot spot for medical marijuana dispensaries, with six within the city’s 12 square miles. The relationship between city government and the dispensaries is good, two owners and Community Development Director Melissa Helsel said. Policies regarding medical marijuana are being fine-tuned. One change in the works is that…

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Bronco Club adds classes for older Mustang students

By CHRIS EVERSOLE newseditor@mustangnews.info The Bronco Club is trailblazing – expanding its summer program to include classes for seventh- through 10th-graders. Until now, the Bronco Club was limited to activities for students in the sixth grade or below – both after school and in the summer. The new activities for older kids, known as S.O.A.R.,…

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Mustang seniors and dads enjoy summer retreat

By BRODY FELDMANN newseditor@mustangnews.info Mustang football coaches took senior athletes and fathers on an unforgettable trip to southwest Oklahoma for a one-day retreat. “It was amazing. When I tell you that it totally changed the way that our seniors look at our football program and our coaches. It is a different vibe and different feel.…

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Science academy features dramatic architecture

By CHRIS EVERSOLE newseditor@mustangnews.info Crews are scrambling to complete the new Mustang High School Science Academy in time for the first of day of school on Aug. 16. The new building will not only provide new laboratories and classrooms, but also will serve as an architectural landmark on the high school’s campus, Jason Pittenger, the…

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Jail population continues to fall

EL RENO — The population of the Canadian County Jail is continuing to decline, Sheriff Chris West said this week. The number of prisoners in the jail was 166 on Monday, and the county has only five prisoners in jails in other counties, he said. This compares to the early November numbers of 191 total…

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