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Oklahoma City water line break forces restrictions in Mustang

Prolonged heat and drought, along with a water line break in Oklahoma City, not only left many lawns parched, but caused some area cities to place restrictions on water usage.

Landslide vote taps Schwartz for District 43

It was a big win for the local chairman of the county Republican Party Tuesday night when he swept his primary, beating out two other GOP candidates for Rep. Ray Young’s vacated house seat.

School board stitches up logo debate

Mustang High School’s athletic logo is being stitched into the new artificial turf at Bronco Stadium to face the home crowd — a decision district officials and school board members didn’t take lightly.

9 a.m.: Blood drive

08/12/2006 - 9:00am
08/12/2006 - 1:00pm

Mustang News is partnering with the Oklahoma Blood Institute and Devon Energy Corporation for a blood drive in the Mustang Trade Center parking lot, 290 N. Trade Center Terrace. The drive will run through 1 p.m. For more information, contact the Mustang News at 376-4571 or by e-mail

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