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Yukon woman dies from injuries sustained in fireworks accident

A Canadian County woman died this week after suffering burns over a third of her body during a fireworks accident.

City to cast eyes toward future with plan update

“What we do today makes tomorrow.” That is the vision Community Development Director Richard Rolison and city staff are taking as they start updating Mustang’s long-range comprehensive plan. The document is the city’s master plan for future physical development and contains Mustang’s official community development policies.

Boot scootin‘ boogie

Doug and Betty Jo Carter demonstrate western-style dances for Mustang seniors. Doug Carter's sister Mary Corley, senior center volunteer, invited the couple to Mustang to give the performance.

Obituaries for July 26, 2007

Harper, Charles
Homme, Brandon
Mossman, Evard
Wilson, Shannon
Yahola, Clarence

Mission of faith: Area volunteer joins effort to bring hope, health to impoverished

A Honduras grandmother waited in line all night holding her 14-month-old granddaughter lying listless in her arms.

Local leaders wrestle with fireworks debate

City leaders hear a familiar tune year after year — resident complaints about Mustang’s fireworks laws.

Prayers helped: Soldier home safe after dangerous Iraq convoy duty

Seeing his infant son’s first steps is a missed milestone Army Sgt. Jeremy Killman will never get back.

Beer could be tapped out in city parks

Drinking beer at Wild Horse Park during the July 4 festivities may be part of the fun for some people, but it has some Council members concerned.

Saturday: Mankind United to Destroy Dystrophy volleyball tournament

07/21/2007 - 9:00am

Over 500 people are expected to dive into a mud volleyball competition Saturday in Mustang to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

The Mankind United to Destroy Dystrophy volleyball tournament will be behind the Silver Stallion Club.

The tournament includes 50 teams who will play in shin-deep mud. Fees are $200 per team, and spectators can watch for a $2 donation. Registration packets can be picked up at 7-Eleven stores

Funds raised will benefit Integris Southwest Medical Center’s services for 2,000 Oklahomans with muscular dystrophy. For information, call (405) 722-8001.

Obituaries for July 19, 2007

Crowell, Mary Ann
Faubion, Margaret
Johnson, Carl
Pringle, Phyllis L.

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