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Big Red competition makes for tasty battle
Registration is still being taken for the 15th Big Red Chili Cook-Off, which will be held Thursday, as part of the Jefferson County Junior Livestock Show.
OSU Extension Update
Jefferson County Junior Livestock Show will begin today and run through Saturday. Come out and show your support for our young 4-H Club and FFA chapter citizens of our county.
- Judicial take on legislation: Enid lawyers speak on pending bills in Legislature
- Kick saves the day for Cowboys
- Slideshow: Runners take the plunge in Chiller Challenge Runners took the plunge at the seventh annual Warren Edds Memorial Civitan Chiller Challenge at Crosslin Park Lake on Saturday, March 1. Proceeds from the event support Special Olympics competitions at Vance Air Force Base each year. (Staff photos by BONNIE VCULEK)
Welcome mat rolled out: State Board of Education, Barresi visit Enid High School
State Superintendent Janet Barresi called University Center at EHS “emblematic” of the principle of high schools producing graduates ready to succeed.
Barresi: No changes in near future
State superintendent talks about Oklahoma education
Deployed Edmond cops honor colleague
Jeff Morefield, Sean Bryant and James Teel have a lot in common — they all serve in the Edmond Police Department and in the National Guard.
On Oct. 2, when Edmond Police Detective Matt Terry died unexpectedly of natural causes, they were in Afghanistan and, thus, were not able to be part of his funeral service or the cops versus firefighters softball game benefiting Terry’s family.
Family of Okla. man who died after police altercation releases video
Nair Rodriguez's voice can be heard loud and clear. With five law enforcement officers on top of her husband, Luis, she screamed over and over, "You kill him. You kill him."
Industry giants represented at Oak Tree
Two corporate leaders discussed their company’s respective impact of business expansion on the local economy Thursday at the Edmond Chamber of Commerce Membership Luncheon.
Michael Ming serves as general manager of General Electric’s new Global Research Oil & Gas Technology Center to be constructed in Oklahoma City. He formerly served as Oklahoma’s Secretary of Energy under Gov. Mary Fallin.
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