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Del City planning movie theater for Scott Street and I-40

Theater and family entertainment center will anchor $40 million development along I-40 and Scott Street By Jeff Harrison Managing Editor A once blighted apartment complex will be the site of a $40 million commercial development including a movie theater, Del City officials announced Monday night. The Del City Council approved a redevelopment agreement with Hunt…

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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Lady Eagles girls basketball team building bonds

By Jeff Harrison Managing Editor Kari Sears knows what a state championship team looks like. And she knows what it takes to get there. The Del City girls basketball  head coach believes her team has the makings of a champion. And she has them headed towards that goal with a busy summer. “I have gotten…

Mid-Del schools searching for head coaches

By Jeff Harrison Managing Editor Two head coaching positions remain open in Mid-Del Schools. Midwest City High School is searching for a wrestling head coach and Carl Albert High School is looking for a new girls basketball head coach. Cory Wilson stepped down after seven years as the Bombers wrestling coach to accept a similar…

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