Bronco Nutrition offers healthy options for Mustang residents

By Jess Kelsey Managing Editor Bronco Nutrition continues to serve up health and positivity for Mustang residents. Located at 429 E. state Highway 152 in Mustang, Owners Lesley Glass, Alex Vanderpool and Tyler Varney welcome all to come and try the variety of nutritious treats offered at Bronco Nutrition. The Mustang business specializes in nutrition…

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Mustang volleyball hosts tournament, takes first place

By Hayden Frampton Sports Editor   The Lady Broncos took home the hardware this weekend at their own tournament. Mustang volleyball hosted six schools Saturday in a tournament. The Lady Broncos dominated the field and didn’t drop a set until the championship round they ultimately won. “There was some diversity with the teams that were…

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Union City volleyball has an undefeated week

By Hayden Frampton Sports Editor   Union City volleyball won all four games last week including one against No. 3 ranked Cement. The Lady Tigers traded one streak for another. Coming into their first game of the week against Amber-Pocasset they had lost five of their last six and they managed to turn that around…

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McKenzie sworn in as councilman

By Traci Chapman Staff Writer Ward V has a new city councilman, as Travis McKenzie Sept. 4 was sworn in to complete Linda Hagan’s unfinished term. McKenzie is pastor at Calvary Missionary Baptist Church in Oklahoma City. He and his wife, Angela, have lived in Mustang for more than five years. The new councilman previously…

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5th Annual Hot Rod Hundred Reliability Run returns to Mustang

By Jess Kelsey Managing Editor Pre-1973 hot rods and customs will cruise more than 100 miles across Oklahoma, rolling out of Mustang’s Wild Horse Park Saturday, Sept. 15 for the fifth annual Hot Rod Hundred (HRH). Hundreds of classic vehicles will gather outside Mustang Town Center, with the first car leaving around 9 a.m. to…

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Upcoming book to explore Canadian County’s haunted past

Co-authors seeking public help in collecting testimonies for next project By Jess Kelsey Managing Editor From seeing apparitions that walk the shore of Lake Overholser, hearing disembodied voices echo around Yukon’s Stage Door Theatre, witnessing strange presences peer through the broken windows of the abandoned Concho Indian School, to the bone chilling tales of Deadman’s…

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Sheriff’s deputies to patrol Mustang schools

By Jess Kelsey Managing Editor Canadian County Commissioners on Tuesday approved an agreement between the Canadian County Sheriff’s Department and the Mustang Public School system to provide three full time, on duty law enforcement officers for eight Mustang school sites each day school is in session. This agreement comes from decisions made by MPS Board…

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Western Days Organizers Hope to Start Two-Step Tradition

By Traci Chapman Staff Writer Mustang Western Day organizers hope to establish a new tradition this year with a contest that combines tunes, two-step and treasure. “We had such a positive response last year when we brought back the street dance that we thought we could build on that even more by organizing a two-step…

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