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Film Study: Week Four against Norman North

By Brody Feldmann After a win last week over Westmoore the Mustang Broncos football team resets its record at 0-0 going into district. “It is 0-0, and it all starts over. This is the most important game of the season to this point. We are facing a good team. Despite their record they have played…

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Ex-state Sen. Shortey gets 15 years in sex case

By Chris Eversole A federal judge on Monday sentenced former Oklahoma state Sen. Ralph Shortey, who formerly represented parts of Oklahoma City and the Mustang and Yukon areas, to 15 years in prison for soliciting a 17-year-old young man for sex. U.S. District Judge Timothy DeGiusti imposed the sentence based on the arrest by police…

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Cross Country opens its season in Norman

By Brody Feldmann Mustang cross country opened its season last Friday at the OK Runner Classic held in Norman. The boys team ran its way to a first-place finish with a total of 78-points through its top five runners. “They are doing well. We have a pretty deep team this season. They are working together…

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Mustang graduate hospitalized after fatal accident

By Brody Feldmann Yukon native and Mustang High School graduate Logan Reed is still hospitalized after an accident in Midwest City that killed another driver early last Thursday morning. “Reed is still hospitalized, and the investigation is continuing while they wait for toxicology reports. After results are in, they will turn everything over to the…

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Police investigate teen’s shooting

By Chris Eversole Authorities in Mustang say they are investigating after a 15-year-old boy was found shot in his home Tuesday. Mustang Police Chief Robert Groseclose said authorities believe the shooting was self-inflicted but are continuing the investigate. Groseclose said police received a call shortly after 5 p.m. stating that the boy, whose name has…

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Chalk up a home victory for the Broncos

By Brody Feldmann Win column… CHECK. Mustang hosted Westmoore on Friday for the first home game of the season for the Broncos and picked up its first victory of the season 21-14. “We are just proud of our kids. Obviously, we don’t take wins for granted and it’s a good feeling. How we react now…

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Mustang’s enrollment grows 19 percent over 5 years

By Chris Eversole Mustang Pubic Schools enrollment has grown by 19 percent over the past five years, Assistant Superintendent Tracy Skinner told the board of education at its meeting Monday. That’s an increase to 11,905 from 9,976 for the 2013-2014 school year. “We expected to be close to 12,000 this year, and we’re almost there,”…

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Ex-Homeland Security official heading school safety

By Shannon Rigsby The Mustang Board of Education on Monday approved the hiring of Jennifer Newell to fill the new position of director of school safety and security. Newell, a retired officer for the Norman Police Department, served for nearly five years as the program manager for the Oklahoma School Security Institute through the federal…

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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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Jury acquits Mustang man of sexual assault

A Mustang man who had been accused of sexually assaulting a six-year-old girl in 2017 was found not guilty Wednesday by a Canadian County jury. The seven-woman, five-man jury deliberated more than 6 ½ hours before finding Alvin Wesley Pierce, 59, not guilty on the charge of lewd or indecent acts to a child under…

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