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Oil and gas company brings 35 jobs

By Chris Eversole The once outdated office building that housed Tate Publishing has become a hub of activity for Roan Resources, an oil and natural gas exploration and production company. No longer is the building, 127 E. Trade Center Terrace, serving as a sales and editorial center for a company that allegedly bilked thousands of…

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KEEPING A PROMISE

By Chris Eversole In 2016, Mustang officials promised $25 million in major improvements if voters extended a one-cent sales tax – including widening roads, expanding the town center, improving the sewer plant and building a second fire station. Voters said yes, and the city has kept its word. The latest project in the works is…

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Western Days

By Chris Eversole Western Days persevered despite on and off rain, with the only casualty of the weather being the rodeo. “In all the years we’ve been doing the rodeo, this is the first time that both days were canceled,” said Western Days Chairman Jeff Hopper. The rodeo has been rescheduled for 7 p.m. Sept.…

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Chamber hosts first ‘Meet the Candidate’ for 2018 governor election

Mick Cornett, Oklahoma City mayor and Republican governor candidate, visited the Mustang Town Center Wednesday morning as part of Mustang Chamber of Commerce’s “Meet the Candidate” coffee. Cornett has been in politics for 25 years. He said he gets a lot of compliments and nice things said about him and to him, but it’s not…

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Western Days 2017 deemed a success

The 41st anniversary of Western Days was a success. Renee Peerman, executive director of the Mustang Chamber of Commerce, said the event was “overall a big success.” Thousands and thousands of people attended the event, there were more vendor booths this year than ever before, and the Chuck Wagon Cook-off doubled in ticket sales, Peerman…

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Mustang prepares for the 41st annual Western Days

Labor Day is over, and now it’s time to dust off your boots and grab your hats for Mustang’s annual Western Days. Mustang will be taken over by Western-themed decorations and events while being swarmed with people this Friday and Saturday for the 41st annual Western Days. “Crowd size has been estimated as high as…

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Senate 45 candidates visit Chamber Luncheon

Nine candidates are running in the State Senate 45 race and seven of them attended the Mustang Chamber of Commerce Luncheon July 27. The luncheon included a candidate forum, which all Senate 45 candidates were invited to, but only the republicans attended. Renee Peerman, executive director for the Mustang Chamber of Commerce explained that the…

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Osborn stands up for Oklahomans, intends to run for Labor Commissioner

State Rep. Leslie Osborn, R-Mustang, spoke at the Mustang Chamber of Commerce luncheon July 27, describing her last couple of weeks as “interesting, to say the least.” Osborn was replaced as the appropriations and budget committee chair by Oklahoma Speaker Charles McCall on July 18, just one day after she publicly disagreed with him. The…

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Chamber accepting New Teacher Bag donations for extra week

The Mustang Chamber of Commerce puts together bags each year to welcome new teachers into the Mustang Public Schools district. This year, the deadline was set for tomorrow, July 28, but has been pushed back to Friday, Aug. 4. The New Teacher Bags are passed out each year at the New Teacher Luncheon, which Chamber…

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