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Mustang newspaper editor arrested

A Mustang newspaper editor was arrested after allegedly having an online sexual relationship with an undercover sheriff’s deputy he thought was a 14-year-old. Jonathan Edward Wajte, 34, was arrested at the Mustang Times office Friday afternoon and later booked into the Canadian County Jail on two counts of lewd acts with a child. A Canadian…

OKC Councilman: ‘If we allow Mustang to get bigger, it will increase the pressure on our infrastructure.’

By Jon Watje Managing Editor Oklahoma City will not deannex two square miles of land just south of Mustang. The OKC City Council last week voted 5-4 to deny the deannexation of the land that sits between SW 89th and SW 119th and between Mustang Road and Sara Road (both sides of Hwy. 4). Land…

Mustang to become chocolate city

The 11th Annual Friends of the Mustang Library Chocolate Festival will be held Friday, March 3, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Mustang Town Center. An array of chocolate tr eats will be on hand for people to taste or to purchase as gifts. Tickets are $8 for eight tastes. “Businesses, civic groups…

More commercial development coming to Mustang

By Jon Watje Managing Editor The Mustang City Council approved a preliminary plat for a new commercial development and a residential subdivision. The City Council approved the final plat application for 152 Prairie Creek, which will be located at the 1100-1200 block of E. State Highway 152. “This area is zoned C-5 and contains 17…

Embattled Mustang publishing company closes

By Traci Chapman What looked like a fork in the road turned out to be the end of it for Mustang’s Tate Publishing this week, as it closed its doors for the last time. The news came Wednesday, just days after Tate co-founders Dr. Richard Tate and Rita Tate announced a consolidation of the company’s…

Mustang City Councilman candidate: ‘I cannot make Mustang great again because it was never great…”

The following is a campaign letter by Mustang City Council Ward 6 candidate Don Mount, who is challenging incumbent Jess Schweinberg in the upcoming April 4, 2017 election. Mount served as Ward 6 City Councilman before Schweinberg defeated him in the last election in 2014. CAMPAIGN FOR MUSTANG CITY COUNCIL WARD VI Serve the City…

Mustang Police Captain retiring after being with department for 36 years

By Jon Watje Managing Editor When Jim Davis came to work for the Mustang Police Department in October of 1980, there were only nine patrol officers and four patrol cars. “Back then the Oldsmobile Cutlass was our patrol vehicle,” Davis said. “It had a top speed of 85 miles per hour.” Davis is retiring as…

New pharmacy on its way to Mustang

By Jon Watje Managing Editor A new pharmacy will open in Mustang next spring. Mustang Drug will occupy the new building next to Cash Savers Plus at 103 E. State Highway 152. “We are planning to open this coming March,” said Selma Alami, who will be a co-owner of the pharmacy. “We are excited to…

The Mustang Times holding holiday food drive

By Traci Chapman It might not be obvious from the weather, but Christmas is around the corner – and that means more Mustang area families who might be looking at holidays filled with hunger. “We’ll have about 115 people in the Mustang School District who will get a holiday meal, thanks to our generous community…

Mustang law firm to hand out free turkeys to families in need

Lawyers across the state of Oklahoma are coming together this November to help provide Thanksgiving turkeys to families in need. A group of attorneys from Canadian County will gather at the Denton Law Firm (925 West State Highway 152) from 10 am to noon on Wednesday, November 23 to hand out turkeys to needy families.…

Area News

The Art Spot is the spot for area artists

By Jayson Knight Staff Writer Local artist Lindsey La Valle is the owner/operator of The Art Spot, located at 100 Ridgecrest Drive in Tuttle. The Art Spot is a one-stop shop for artists to fire up their creative abilities. La Valle offers many group classes, as well as private sessions. La Valle has a Bachelor’s…

Relay for Life and Bark for Life return this month

By Jess Kelsey Managing Editor Mustang Public Schools students and employees are busy preparing for this year’s annual American Cancer Society fundraisers, including Relay for Life and Bark for Life. To help this year’s fundraisers, the public is invited to two upcoming events that will serve as benefits for the annual relay and the American…

Area Sports

Showing Toughness

By Brody Feldmann Staff Writer   Last Thursday night the Broncos wrestling team dominated on their way to two dual victories over Southmoore (57-13) and Putnam City (45-22). “Our boys wrestled tough and with intensity and purpose. Those two teams, I don’t think were a huge challenge for us, but it’s always good to get…

Girls take fourth in Skiatook

By Brody Feldmann Staff Writer   SKIATOOK- The No.14 Mustang girls basketball team finds themselves at the .500 mark for the season after taking fourth at the Skiatook Invitational. On Thursday in the first round the Broncos defeated No. 15 Bartlesville 46-43 in overtime. The Broncos were led by Abby Niehues who finished with 14…

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