Two vying for school board seat

Incumbent Schroeder facing challenger Young in Office No. 4 election By Traci Chapman Staff Writer Mustang Board of Education – much like its city council – has seen a lot of transition in recent years, as longtime members have taken their leave, as new representatives have taken the helm. Next Tuesday, voters will decide if…

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Students raise $30k during HOG Week

By Tonya Little Contributing Writer Every spring Midwest City High School comes together in what is known at HOG, or Heart of Gold Week, to help raise money for a charitable cause of their choosing. The Leadership students put their heads together to find creative and fun ways to get their whole school involved in…

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MWC begins search for new city manager

By Tera Bryant Contributing Writer The Midwest City Council Tuesday night determined how it will fill an important vacancy. The city will begin looking for a new City Manager to replace J. Guy Henson, who is set to retire June 12, after almost 40 years with the City of Midwest City. “It is imperative to…

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Mid-Del schools make pitch to prospective teachers

By Tonya Little Contributing Writer The Mid-Del School District held a teacher job fair on Tuesday night at the Carl Albert High School field house. All of the schools in the district were represented, as well as local businesses and both the Del City and Midwest City Chambers of Commerce. “We currently have several jobs…

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Carl Albert blasts Guymon in homecoming

Frazier homers twice in doubleheader sweep of visiting Tigers By Jeff Harrison Managing Editor It was home sweet home for the Carl Albert baseball team Tuesday night. After a long road trip to Arizona for spring break, the Titans were back on their home turf for a district doubleheader with Guymon. Carl Albert swept the…

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Survivors – The heart of Relay for Life efforts

By Traci Chapman Staff Writer Relay for Life for some is primarily about remembrance and honor, a time to share all that was special about someone who battled cancer and lost and a chance to do something to stop anyone else from going through the same loss – but, it’s also about life, about survival…

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Obituary: Keith Thrasher

Gail Keith Thrasher, 79, of Midwest City, Oklahoma was called home to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on February 20, 2019. Keith was born on June 22, 1939 in Paris, Texas. He was the only child of the late Jesse and Lois Hopkins Thrasher. As a teenager his favorite sport was to…

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Resignation halts city council race

Ray slated for Ward I seat after Pratt resigns from city council By Traci Chapman Staff Writer While voters living in Mustang City Council’s first ward will have a choice to make on their April 2 municipal ballots that choice is now a moot point after Councilwoman DeAnna Pratt announced her resignation from the board.…

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Bronco Vapes building a following in Mustang

Bronco Vapes helps customers kick tobacco habit By Van Mitchell Contributing Writer Bronco Vapes located at 551 East State Highway 152 was established in 2013 with the goal of helping people to quit tobacco products. The Mustang business was recently named by Mustang Times readers as the 2019 Best in Mustang vape shop. Hours of operation…

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A little bit country

Farmhouse Chic Boutique blends country and style By Van Mitchell Contributing Writer Shannon Cantrell grew up dreaming of one day becoming an entrepreneur and owning her own business. She succeeded with that with the opening of Farmhouse Chic Boutique located at 1708 West State Highway 152 in Mustang. The store includes clothing, home décor, canvas…

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