Plans to drill in Mustang halted

By Traci Chapman Staff Writer City of Mustang on Monday won its first round in a contentious issue surrounding two wells slated near the area of SW 59th and Frisco Road. Canadian County District Court Judge Paul Hesse issued a temporary restraining order and injunction against Tulsa-based Citizen Energy during the Monday afternoon hearing forcing…

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2 Peas in a Pod to host Christmas Vendor Fair at Mustang Town Center

By Jess Kelsey Managing Editor Offering a last-minute Christmas shopping opportunity, 2 Peas in a Pod is hosting a “Last Jingle Mingle Before Christmas Vendor Fair” at Mustang Town Center Saturday, Dec. 16 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. The event is free to attend and will include a variety of vendors, ranging from direct…

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Seismic activity causes company to scale back operations

By Traci Chapman Staff Writer A company that faced well permit opposition by Mustang city officials and residents alike last week scaled back operations at a Yukon site after adjacent seismic activity. Citizen Energy on Nov. 28 “cut pressure and volume” at the Yukon oil well, following a series of earthquakes, Oklahoma Corporation Commission spokesman…

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This season is for “Three”

By Brody Feldmann Sports Editor To lose a good friend is hard for anyone no matter the age. Mustang’s Tate Picklo, freshman, lost a close friend just weeks before the beginning of his first high school wrestling season. Cade Boles of Tuttle, Oklahoma was taken from this earth on October 13th due to an accident…

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MFD Santa’s Toy Shoppe in need of donations

By Traci Chapman Staff Writer A group of people known for how much they do for others is asking for help – not surprisingly, so they can make positive change those who need it most. Mustang Fire Department is asking for residents to look into their hearts and find a way to help children who…

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Miss Mustang pageant returns

By Jess Kelsey Managing Editor The Miss Mustang Pageant is being reinstated and the crown is returning for 2018. The pageant will be held on Feb. 3, 2018 and is open to applicants, ages 17-24, residing in Canadian, Grady and Oklahoma Counties. Angela Peterson with INTRUST Bank in Mustang recently volunteered to be the new…

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Mustang artist creating 200-foot mural in OKC

By Jess Kelsey Managing Editor Taking his artwork to new heights, 1990 Mustang graduate, Rick Sinnett, is currently painting a 200-foot mural on all four sides of a silo located on the campus of Locke Supply Co. on 82nd Street in Oklahoma City, visible from Interstate 35. This is one of Sinnett’s tallest murals, featuring…

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