City Council OKs high-tech helper

A digital mapping system approved by City Council members Tuesday will provide the city a virtual information X-ray of Mustang’s infrastructure.

Sara Road repairs out of bond plan

Oklahoma City Councilman Larry McAtee says he has a vision for development of Ward 3, but Mustang officials and residents fear that vision does not include improvements to Sara Road.

School fund-raisers fuel questions

Many parents groan at the sight of another glossy, school fund-raiser brochure, followed by cries of “Not again,” and “How much now?”

Police: Other relationships suspected between drill sergeant, youths

A police report indicates that other Canadian County girls may have had a relationship with a former juvenile center drill sergeant, who died earlier this month after being shot by police.

9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday: Craft Bazaar and All Wheels Show

09/29/2007 - 9:00am
09/29/2007 - 3:00pm

The First United Methodist Church of Tuttle will hold its annual Craft Bazaar and All Wheels Show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the church, 402 S. Cimarron Road in Tuttle. The event include handcrafted items, candles, baked items, clothing and more. An Indian taco lunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., with proceeds going to fund missions. The All Wheels Show will feature everything from classic cars to restored tractors to motorcycles.

Student population continues to grow

Mustang schools grew by 100 additional students in just the first three weeks of the school year.

Juvenile center official calls facility ‘safe’

Youth are safe at the Canadian County juvenile center, officials said this week, days after a teenager died from stab wounds, which police said were inflicted by a former school drill sergeant.

City board OKs new Peachtree development

Concerns raised by Savannah Lakes homeowners about privacy and lowered property values failed to sway Mustang Planning Commission members Tuesday, who voted to approve a plan to build a 70-unit assisted-living center and independent living cottages near the neighborhood.

Days to remember: Annual celebration fuels smiles

Landry Allen rides on a train during the Western Days carnival.

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