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6 p.m. Friday: Canadian County Democrats Bean Supper

07/28/2007 - 6:00pm

Former Gov. David Walters will speak at the Canadian County Democrats Bean Supper at 6 p.m. July 28 at Redlands Community College, 1300 S. Country Club in El Reno.

Proceeds will be used in part to launch a Young Democrats scholarship program in Canadian County. Tickets are $25 per person, or for a table seating six, $125. Sponsorships are $100, $200 or $300. For information, call 354-3189 or e-mail [email protected].

Department offers free vaccinations to children

Beat the back-to-school rush by scheduling your child’s immunizations appointment early.

Obituaries for June 28, 2007

Luntsford, Vernon
Oliver, Marion
Outlaw, Joan
Pouder, Helen Lois

Bearing up: Local soldier uses online blog to reach out to family

Thousands of miles from home, Dean Wyatt knew his family worried for his safety.

Part of history: Librarian’s literary work earns state Centennial honor

When Mustang librarian Desiree Webber learned of “Oklahoma” — a bison calf born on the eve of statehood — she was captivated by the animal’s story.

Mayor: Fireworks trash could spark push for tougher laws

Firecrackers popping in some Mustang neighborhoods usher in the city’s preamble to the Fourth of July.

Red hot ride

Summer Sizzler Car Show

Summer Sizzler Car Show judges Mike McCully, left, and Mike Battles look over the engine on this hot-looking street rod. Proceeds from the show went toward the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

Water meeting draws calls to turn off tap to Texas

Area residents were ready to mess with Texas last week when they stood up at a meeting and urged southeastern Oklahoma communities to help others in the state before selling water to interests south of the Red River.

7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday: "Radio TBS"

06/22/2007 - 7:30pm

“Radio TBS” opens Friday at The Gazebo in Chisholm Trail Park in Yukon. An additional performance is scheduled for Saturday evening.

Both performances begin at 7:30, but the concession will open early so that patrons can enjoy “dollar dawgs.” The Arts and Humanities Council will offer a $2 dinner deal that includes dollar dogs with chips, a cold drink and a dessert item.

Council balks at tackling global warming

The global warming issue heated up Tuesday night with a majority of Council members refusing to vote for a resolution that would take action to reduce global warming.

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