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6:30 p.m. Tuesday: Eighth-grade informational meeting

03/13/2007 - 6:30pm

Mustang eighth-graders and their parents are invited to an information meeting at 6:30 p.m., March 13, in the Mustang Middle School gym. Parents will learn about Mustang Mid-High and can meet faculty and staff. Information will be provided about enrollment, graduation requirements, career technology programs, Oklahoma Promise (OHLAP) scholarship, athletics, electives, clubs and advanced courses.

5 p.m. Saturday: Chili supper and silent auction

02/24/2007 - 5:00pm
02/24/2007 - 8:00pm

Mustang Boomer Booster Club and the Yukon Masonic Lodge will hold their third annual chili supper and silent auction to benefit Canadian County Special Olympics athletes this Saturday.

Tickets are $5, and the dinner is from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the lodge at 120 W. Main Street in Yukon.

Organizer Jan Wilson said last year the groups raised $4,000, just meeting the costs of sending special needs students to the summer Special Olympics held each year in Stillwater.

For more information, call Kelley Newkirk at 830-5110 or Wilson at 376-1025.

Local man killed in gyrocopter accident

A Mustang man died in a one-seat gyrocopter crash Sunday at C.E. Page Airport.

Mustang News wins top newspaper honor from SPJ

The Mustang News was awarded the Best Newspaper honor by the Oklahoma Society of Professional Journalists for the second consecutive year Saturday during an awards banquet at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in downtown Tulsa.

Lasting support: Project Graduation fund-raiser to sell engraved bricks

Residents can help build Mustang High School’s Project Graduation by engraving their words into the new McDonald’s store brick and mortar.

Obituaries for Feb. 22, 2007

Burroughs, Tommy
Glasco Sr., J.D.
Hollis-Peyton, Naomi
Lewis, Evelyn
Nyquist, Betty
Pouder, Harry

Golden opportunity: Mustang Valley faculty, students mark school’s first 50 years of serving community

Tears well in James McNeil’s eyes as he remembers hundreds of Mustang Valley Elementary children, many of whom are grandparents now.
As the school building marks its 50th year, McNeil has a treasure trove of memories from his 17 years as a custodian to share with students and faculty as they collect Mustang Valley’s history this year.

Woman faces complaints in connection with mailed threats

A Lakehoma Elementary School parent posted bail Friday after being arrested in connection to three threats mailed to the school.

Park or possibilities? Council members see potential in city’s ‘front door’

A grove of trees in Wild Horse Park could give way to a development similar to Spring Creek Plaza in Edmond if a plan to develop a section of the park moves forward. Some City Council members see the development as a perfect fit, creating a new downtown for the city.

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