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Bradley ready to lead Mustang schools

By Chris Eversole Mustang Deputy School Superintendent Charles Bradley said Thursday that he was excited that the board of education has selected him as the sole finalist for superintendent. School Board President Jeff Landrith announced the decision, which the board is expected to affirm by formally appointing Bradley at its meeting Monday. “I really wanted…

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Bailey receives $137,500 in settlement with Mustang Public Schools

In a settlement between Mustang Public Schools and fired Mustang Public Schools Athletic Director Chester “Chuck” Bailey Jr., the school district agreed to pay Bailey $137,500. The agreement was reached in principal at a settlement conference at the U.S. Federal Courthouse in Oklahoma City on Nov. 2, and the settlement agreement was filed Nov. 14.…

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CV Tech doubling campus on Czech Hall Road

By Chris Eversole, staff writer Health careers training is Canadian Valley Technology Center’s fastest growing program, and it’s responding by building a 64,000-square-foot addition to its Dr. Earl Cowan Campus. The addition will more than double the size of the campus, which is now houses in a 54,000-square-foot building at the corner of Czech Hall…

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Four Star Fitness ready to make impact in Mustang

Nestled in between Tractor Supply and The Vine could be a new cornerstone of the Mustang community. Four Star Fitness recently opened its doors to the public with plans to set themselves apart to the local competition. This will be the gym’s fourth location in the metro area, with others in Oklahoma City and Edmond.…

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Nightriders finish season strong

Last week, the Mustang Nightrider Marching Band competed at Bands of America Grand Nationals. There were 108 bands from around the nation at this contest. “To go to a place like Indianapolis, the world’s largest stage for high school marching bands was a dream come true. To go and compete and watch bands was a…

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BEHIND THE SCENES Pt. 2

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Mustang News was allowed to shadow the athletic department two weeks ago as it prepared for a home football game. During the next two weeks, we detail what we witnessed. The second half of the week is straight preparation for Friday night as the athletic department begins setting things up for Friday…

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KEEPING IT QUIET

Search for superintendent to remain secret By Chris Eversole The Mustang Board of Education decided Monday to conduct its first round of interviews for a new superintendent Monday and Tuesday. The board did not decide on how many applicants it would interview, but the number could be as many as 12, Board President Jeff Landrith…

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Dombek resigns as head football coach at Mustang

Mustang head football coach Jeremy Dombek has resigned. Dombek steps down Monday after six years as the head coach of the Broncos. In six years, Dombek led Mustang to the playoffs four years and the semifinals twice. “I love Mustang and wish them nothing but the best. Eighteen years is a long time and I’ve…

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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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Excited for opportunities with the Mustang News

By Hayden Tucker Taking this job with the Yukon Review and Mustang News was an easy decision to make and I’m ready to show the readers and the communities why. Part of my role with the papers is to write about sports, it’s what I’m best at. But you’ll see my name next to stories…

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