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Carl Albert girls looking to bounce back in 2017-18

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By Jared Price Contributing Writer The Carl Albert girls basketball team will be looking to shine in the Class 5A season this year and re-gain their respect in the state after a less than stellar 2016-17 campaign. After losing a couple of talented players last season, coach Kyle Richey still believes his team can make…

Eagles looking to build off successful season

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By Jeff Harrison Managing Editor The Del City boys basketball team surprised many with a return to the state tournament last season. But the Eagles won’t fly under the radar again this year. The veteran squad has nearly its entire starting lineup back is ranked No. 5 in this week’s Class 5A coach’s poll. “We…

Talented Lady Bombers squad looking for winning formula

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By Jeff Harrison Managing Editor The Midwest City girls basketball team is a talented bunch. The Lady Bombers have a strong group of upper classmen that stepped into key roles last year. And some talented freshmen that are looking to do that same this season. How far that talent goes, depends how quickly the team…

Midwest City boys out to silence critics

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By Jeff Harrison Managing Editor In a matter of weeks, the Midwest City boys basketball team went from favorites to underdogs. And they don’t mind. “We love being underdogs and want to shock people,” said senior Josh Rivers. The Bombers lost two of their top senior players earlier this year. Keyshawn Embery, who signed to…

Midwest City man sentenced to life in prison for 1997 murder

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By Jeff Harrison Managing Editor A Midwest City man convicted in the 1997 murder of eight-year-old girl will spend the rest of his life in prison. Oklahoma County District Court Judge Glenn Jones Monday sentenced Anthony Palma, 58, to life in prison without parole for the disappearance and death of Kirsten Hatfield. Palma appeared in…

Woman arrested in connection with fatal shooting

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By Jeff Harrison Managing Editor Midwest City police arrested a woman in connection with a fatal shooting Sunday evening at ESA Park. About 8:40 p.m., police officers responded to calls of shots fired at the park in the 1600 block of Spencer Road. Officers found 20-year-old Dejuan Mathew Shaw-Hudson dead of gunshot wounds sitting in…

Midwest City students look to put the brakes on distracted driving

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By Jeff Harrison Managing Editor Distracted driving is on the rise. But a group of Midwest City High School students are hoping to stop that trend among their peers. Seniors Alexandria Silvernail, Trinity Brazel and Kathryn Smith are raising awareness about the dangers of distracted driving as part of a school project through DECA class.…

Midwest City Elks annual Christmas charity auction Friday, Nov. 17

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Oh, Come All Ye Faithful   –   To the Midwest City Elks Lodge Christmas Charity Auction, Friday, November 17, 2017 at the Lodge, 8635 SE 15th Street, in Midwest City.  Among the items to be auctioned are two passes from Southwest Airlines, a handmade wooden rocking horse, restaurant certificates, OU/OSU memorabilia, merchandise, etc.  The auction will begin…

Del City sales tax election set for Nov. 14

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By Jeff Harrison Managing Editor Del City voters will head to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 14 to decide on a ½ percent sales tax for public safety. City officials say the new sales tax is needed to provide competitive salaries and benefits for police and firefighters. If approved, the measure would increase Del City’s sales…

Journey to Honor makes television debut on Veterans Day

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Journey to Honor, a salute to America’s World War II heroes, brings to life this Will Rogers quote. The short film captures the heart of a movement that focused a spotlight on members of the Greatest Generation and honored them for their service and sacrifice. Journey to Honor will air on Cox Communications’ Yurview channel…

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Bowen ready to serve Ward 3

New Council member will be sworn in at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 10 By Jeff Harrison Managing Editor Espaniola Bowen for years has been an advocate and community leader in Midwest City. Next week, she’ll take on a new role. The Midwest City woman will be sworn in as the new Ward 3 city council…

Mid-Del Tinker 100 Club honors first responders

By Tonya Little Contributing Writer The Mid-Del Tinker 100 Club held its 34th annual Awards Banquet on March 15 at the Reed Convention Center in Midwest City. The 100 club is a group of civic leaders who support emergency responders from Midwest City, Del City and Tinker Air Force Base. Since 1984 the Mid-Del Tinker…

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Mid-Del basketball teams prep for regionals

By John Martin Staff Writer With the regular season nearly over, Mid-Del basketball teams are getting ready post-season play next week. No. 3 ranked Carl Albert and No. 5 ranked Midwest City will be home for regional action which begins next Friday, Feb. 23. Del City boys are also in the 5A West regional at…

Speed skating comes to Midwest City this Sunday

Did you know that even though Olympic speed skating is an ice event, many of the current US Olympic Team speed skaters got their start and continually train in roller speed skating?  This Sunday morning, February 11, is your chance to see the fast paced excitement of roller speed skating right here in the OKC…

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