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Midwest City police awarded $70k grant

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By Jeff Harrison Managing Editor Midwest City police will have extra help preventing violent crime. The department has been awarded a $70,000 grant from the Attorney General’s Safe Oklahoma Grant program. Police Chief Brandon Clabes said the grant will help increase patrols in high crime areas and hot spots, by covering overtime expenses. Clabes said…

Police arrest two in fatal shooting

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    Two Oklahoma City men have been arrested in connection with the death of a Midwest City teen.  On Friday around 1:40 p.m., officers were dispatched to a shots fired called in the 100 block of W. Michael Drive with someone lying in the roadway possibly injured. When they arrived, they found Keandre Jamel…

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Learning Resources Center the final piece of $22 million bond package

By Traci Chapman Staff Writer It was the culmination of four years of dedication, work, hopes and dreams, as Rose State College celebrated the completion of the final project of a $22 million 2013 bond package. “You have changed the face of Rose State for thousands of students,” President Dr. Jeanie Webb told those attending…

Dunkin’Donuts, Baskin Robbins opening this fall

By Jeff Harrison Managing Editor Midwest City residents will soon have a new place to treat themselves any time of day or night. Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins are opening a combination restaurant at 2301 S. Douglas Boulevard in Midwest City.  The restaurant will feature full menus from both brands with a host of coffee drinks,…

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Midwest City finishes strong

Resilient Bombers take down Stillwater in regular season finale, 26-17: STILLWATER — Midwest City’s football team has had trouble with Stillwater in recent years. They made sure this wasn’t one of those years. Jacob Reed ran for two touchdowns and the Bombers defense shut down the Pioneers in the second half to earn a 26-17…

Phillips runs to state gold

EDMOND – Coal Phillips knows you’re not supposed to look back during a race. But the Carl Albert senior couldn’t help himself. As he approached the final straight away Saturday at the Class 5A state cross country championships, Phillips glanced over his right shoulder and saw Tahlequah’s Josh Dick off in the distance. Ahead of…

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