Mustang Times Area News

Supreme Lending helps Mustang residents purchase homes

By Jess Kelsey Managing Editor Serving as a mortgage originator, Supreme Lending’s Brantley Home Team, located at 135 N. Cedar Branch Way Suite 109, opened its doors this summer to the residents of Mustang. Since its opening, Keneath Brantley and Danae Kringlen have been busy helping clients purchase their dream homes. Supreme Lending’s loan programs…

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45th Field Artillery Brigade welcomes new commander

By Jess Kelsey Managing Editor Oklahoma Army National Guard’s 45th Field Artillery Brigade welcomed incoming commander, Col. Elmer Holt, and bid farewell to outgoing commander, Col. Greg Lankford, during a change of command ceremony Sunday at the Mustang Armed Forces Reserve Center. Brigadier General Michael Thompson served as the guest speaker for the ceremony, and…

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American Pickers looking for collectors in the area

By Jess Kelsey Managing Editor Do you or anyone you know have unique relics or antique collections with interesting stories behind them? If so, History Channel’s American Pickers wants to know. Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz and the American Pickers team are set to film in Oklahoma mid-October and November, and they are looking for leads…

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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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MPS nurse serves district wholeheartedly

By Traci Chapman Staff Witer For Ashly Armstrong, nursing is all about family – it’s what inspired her in her career choice and the basis for her care of every patient, every day. That inspiration began before Armstrong even entered high school, as she watched the struggle of a family member, and wanted to be…

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Mustang woman helps organize PANDAS Awareness Day

By Traci Chapman Staff Writer A Mustang woman is among the organizers of an event that could help thousands of Oklahoma children and their families. That woman is Kristen Murdock and the event is Oklahoma PANDAS Awareness Day, scheduled for Oct. 9 at the State Capitol. PANDAS – Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal…

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MHS best and brightest honored

By Traci Chapman Staff Writer Mustang High School last week celebrated its “best and brightest” during a ceremony hosted by Principal Dr. Teresa Wilkerson. Twenty-one students were on hand Sept. 27 for the school’s annual AP scholar award reception. The group is among 42 MHS students who earned honors because of their excellence on advanced…

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Brittany’s Play Adventure honored nationally

By Traci Chapman Staff Writer Mustang’s first ever all-inclusive playground recently achieved yet another milestone, as it was selected as a national award finalist – among more than 50 applicants for the honor. Brittany’s Play Adventure was one of five finalists for the Park Champion award, given through National Recreation and Park Association’s Park Champion…

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The sky is not the limit for Mustang balloonist

By Jess Kelsey Managing Editor A Mustang man will return to the skies as he takes flight in his hot air balloon at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta Oct. 7 -15. Lee Little and his balloon, Phenix, are attending the annual festival along with hundreds of others from all over the world to celebrate the…

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Mustang Cub Scouts collecting stuffed animals for Houston

By Traci Chapman Staff Reporter While volunteers are helping to provide rescue and shelter, food and clean water to those impacted by Hurricane Harvey, some of Mustang’s youngest residents are joining in the effort. Mustang Cub Scout Pack 398 is collecting new and gently used stuffed animals for children affected by the storm, Lori Leichssenring…

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