Recent Issues: September 2008


The familiar faces of longtime re-enactors will be joined by several new ones this year during Fort Reno’s annual three-day Tombstone Tales.

Mustang sales tax revenues climbed by more than $158,000 in the first two months of fiscal year 2008-2009, and City Council member Scott Gibson says the growth is proof the economic incentive paid to Lowe’s Home Improvement Store is more than justified.

Although the committee studying the county’s need for a new jail has not met formally for several weeks, members are working independently to move the process forward.

The dread, Reggie Cervantes says, starts about a month before the Sept. 11 anniversary.
“You wake up one morning, something clicks in your head, and you realize the clock is ticking, that you have less that 30 days,” she said. “And as the day gets closer and closer, you realize you’re all alone.”

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