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Mustang memories: City’s original downtown not felled by tornado despite popular legend

"Lots of people think the 1927 tornado wiped the town out. That's a myth"

In racing form: Mustang men turn love of horses into finish line success

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Gary Owens, far right, owns Jet G Farms and 120 colts, mares, stallions and racing horses. His farm manager is Randy Nelson, left, and Jose Aragon holds Day Trader, one of the ranch's former top racers. In his career Day Trader earned over $400,000 in winnings.

City passes on golf course

The city of Mustang has rejected an offer by developer Robert Crout to purchase the Pebble Creek Golf Course.

District’s API score holds firm

Mustang School District’s 2007 Academic Performance Index held steady at 1335, inching up four points from 1331 scored in 2006.

Integris readies for hospital expansion

Integris Canadian Valley Regional Hospital is expanding its facilities to accommodate a deluge of patients that facility administrators say they never anticipated.

Obituaries for Oct. 11, 2007

Reisman, Kimberly
Valentin, Dorothy
Wilson, Erma

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