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Mid-Del School Bond Election: Stadium upgrades on the horizon

By Jeff Harrison Managing Editor Friday night lights could shine a little brighter in the Mid-Del School District. All three high school football stadiums would receive major renovations under a $130.6 million bond proposal set to get before voters on Oct. 10. The three projects would improve seating, restrooms, locker rooms, concession stands and playing…

ODOT taps brakes on road projects

By Jeff Harrison Managing Editor One major road project in eastern Oklahoma County is expected to begin early next year. Another will have to wait. The Oklahoma Transportation Commission on Monday morning awarded a $71.3 million contract to rebuild the Choctaw Road interchange and widen I-40 to six lanes between I-240 and Peebly Road. Work…

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Titans host Wolverines in season opener

With two successful preseason scrimmages under their belts, the Carl Albert Titans will be playing for real Friday night when Coach Gary Rose and his squad will host Class 6A power Lawton at Jim Harris Stadium with a 7 p.m. kickoff. The two teams received similar rankings in the pre-season polls with the Wolverines No.…

Lady Titans finish third at home tourney

Carl Albert took bronze at their home tournament last weekend. The girls volleyball team won their first two matches but lost the final two to finish third at the Titan Invitational. The Lady Titans cruised through their first two matches in pool play on Friday. They beat Putnam City West and El Reno, both in…

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