Choctaw Times Breaking News

Wizard World Comic Con coming to OKC

Colorful characters from around the state are set to converge on downtown Oklahoma City this October as the metro hosts its first Wizard World Comic Convention. Costumed heroes, comic books, celebrity guests and much more can be expected at Oklahoma City’s inaugural Wizard World event, which is slated for Oct. 27-29 at the Cox Convention Center.…

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Major roadwork ahead for I-40

Choctaw Road interchange, widening project could be state’s largest ever By Jeff Harrison Managing Editor Road crews, orange barrels and lane closures will be a fixture along I-40 in eastern Oklahoma County as ODOT prepares nearly $300 million projects that will reshape the corridor. ODOT’s eight-year transportation construction plan includes replacing bridges in Del City,…

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Choctaw drops Putnam North, 42-14

Jackets open season with 3-0 run Choctaw came out strong when Zane Coleman recovered a high onside opening kickoff to take away what should have been Putnam City North’s opening drive. After Putnam North had elected to receive it was instead Choctaw’s offense opening the game just 22 yards out. After driving down to the 6-yard…

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Choctaw Oktoberfest 2017 comes to an end

At the stroke of midnight, Choctaw’s 27th annual Oktoberfest came to a close late Saturday following nine straight days of festivities. After growing to a massive size, with nearly 50,000 visitors, over the last 27 years the festival has now become consistent in providing nine days of authentic German music, food, beer and more. “We…

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Choctaw stuns Sand Springs, 21-20

Jackets down power in the east two years straight Choctaw traveled to Sand Springs Friday night looking to extend their record to 2-0 and prove they’re among the Class 6A-II elite, and that’s exactly what they did when they dropped the Sandites for the second straight year. “There’s no better feeling, especially doing it at…

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Community keeps food pantry trucking

By Jeff Harrison Managing Editor A new delivery truck has arrived. The Mid-Del Food Pantry recently purchased a new box truck thanks to donations from across eastern Oklahoma County. Volunteers use the truck to pick up weekly donations from businesses and food drives. Mike Anderson, director of the food pantry, said it took about a…

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Terminally ill 6-year-old made honorary police officer

Wesley Rouse is like most 6-year-old boys. He loves motorized vehicles, superheroes, firemen and police. However, something that makes Wesley different is his ongoing battle with cancer following a terminal stage four diagnosis in 2015. Two years ago, the Rouse family’s world changed when Wesley’s abdomen started swelling. “We went on a trip, and when…

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Harrah Chamber hosts Legislative Luncheon 2017

The Harrah Chamber of Commerce hosted a legislative lunch last Thursday at Harrah Church, 101 S. Dobbs Rd., which allowed several elected officials the opportunity to speak directly to eastern Oklahoma County constituents. Special guests included Congressman Steve Russell, State Senator Ron Sharp, State Representative Tess Teague, State Rep. Lewis Moore and County Commissioner Brian…

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