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Mustang Arts Council to host Fall Festival

By Traci Chapman Staff Writer Mustang Arts Council is preparing to welcome the change of seasons with an Oct. 6 Fall Festival at Agape House Berry Farm. “Artists are invited to set up around the farm and work throughout the day painting, drawing, sculpting or photographing this beautiful farm,” council founder and executive director Kristen…

Bronco Nutrition offers healthy options for Mustang residents

By Jess Kelsey Managing Editor Bronco Nutrition continues to serve up health and positivity for Mustang residents. Located at 429 E. state Highway 152 in Mustang, Owners Lesley Glass, Alex Vanderpool and Tyler Varney welcome all to come and try the variety of nutritious treats offered at Bronco Nutrition. The Mustang business specializes in nutrition…

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Broncos finish third at Norman tournament

By Brody Feldmann Staff Writer The Mustang volleyball team competed at the Norman Tournament this last weekend. The Broncos finished the tournament in third place. “I’m pleased, we found out a lot about the team this week. They would not go away and never gave up. They fought through every inch of the game which…

Softball takes second at Broken Arrow tourney

By Brody Feldmann Staff Writer The Broncos varsity softball team headed north last weekend to take on the best of the best in the state of Oklahoma at the Broken Arrow tournament. The Broncos brought home the silver on the weekend losing to Southmoore in the finals. “It’s probably the toughest tournament of the season…

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