“You’re sitting at home one night and get a phone call that your husband is being medevaced and he’s coming home. They said it was for spinal injuries,” recalled Mandy

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Nance Elementary students who won lunch with Principal Janalyn Taylor for being the top fundraisers in their grade level are, front row from left, Adryin Martinez, Mya Guzman, Ruby Stewart,

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Arapaho alumni board members who helped organize this year’s reunion are, from left, Clay Kauk, Class of 1999; Ginger Roush Read, 1974; Miranda Stermer Evans, 1991; Adam Richardson, 2007; Tina

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At Clinton Regional Airport Tuesday, 100-year-old Clinton Veterans Center resident Teddy Chmielinski expresses joy after returning to Earth following his flight in a 1940s-era Boeing Stearman biplane. With him is

At Custer City’s regular town meeting held this week the Board of Trustees voted to reinstate Police Chief Michael Joshua Abernathy, who was ousted last July following the controversial defunding

A Weatherford man who allegedly threatened to kill his mother and burn her house down is charged with one felony count of planning, attempting, and/or conspiring to perform an act

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Performing in “Mulan Junior,” Clinton Middle School’s annual musical, will be, front row from left, Micah Ashcraft and Audrey Shackelford; and back row, Campbell Matlock, Grayson McCullough, Finn Murray, MacKenzie

No one was injured in a high-speed pursuit covering approximately 10 miles Monday on Interstate 40 that ended with an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper doing a tactical vehicle intervention. The

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