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KXII Sherman
Ardmore Letter Carriers Food Drivethe Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma. "During the summer, utility bills skyrocket
Ardmore Letter Carriers Food Drive
KXII Sherman / Posted 17 days ago
the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma. "During the summer, utility bills skyrocket and children, who usually receive meals at school, may not have enough to eat. We are asking the community to help us by donating canned items through the Letter... Read more
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The Oklahoman
AchieversThe University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in Chickasha honored students fo
Achievers
The Oklahoman / Posted 21 days ago
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in Chickasha honored students for their achievements and service during the ninth annual Minerva Awards ceremony. Among the students honored were Sabrina Atkinson, a Western Heights graduate; Rachel... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Class 2A girls golf: Fletcher's Holden shoots even par to take leadshoot a round in the 70s, and that also was at Aqua Canyon. She was seven strok
Class 2A girls golf: Fletcher's Holden shoots even par to take lead
The Oklahoman / Posted 21 days ago
shoot a round in the 70s, and that also was at Aqua Canyon. She was seven strokes better on Wednesday than her previous high score at Aqua Canyon. “I just wanted to be relaxed and go have fun,” Holden said. The golf program at Fletcher has... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Prep Parade: Remembering Oklahoma's forgotten state record holdersThe spring of 1982 was quite a year for high school track in Oklahoma. Four st
Prep Parade: Remembering Oklahoma's forgotten state record holders
The Oklahoman / Posted 27 days ago
The spring of 1982 was quite a year for high school track in Oklahoma. Four state records were broken that year — three by girls and one by a boy. Records that will never be broken. If you browse the current state records in track and field, you... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Oklahoma technology center offers workplace safety trainingCHICKASHA — When complacency becomes common in the workplace, Howard Carpenter
Oklahoma technology center offers workplace safety training
The Oklahoman / Posted 30 days ago
CHICKASHA — When complacency becomes common in the workplace, Howard Carpenter steps in to help. Carpenter and other safety trainers at Canadian Valley Technology Center are tasked with training employees and employers about the Occupation Safety... Read more

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