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Tigers beat Bethany 40-34 in first district matchup

By Jayson Knight Photos by Rachelle Rogers The Tuttle Tigers faced the Bronchos in Bethany for each team’s first district matchup Friday. Tuttle drove up a big lead early on. Bethany stayed vigilant and voracious down to the last minute, but the Tigers ultimately won 40-34, and will play next in Harrah Friday at 7…

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First United Methodist Church of Tuttle celebrating 120 years

By Jayson Knight editor@tuttletimes.com The town of Tuttle was founded following the arrival of the Frisco Railroad in 1902. About that time, a group met in Jason Carlyle’s store on Bond Street, where the Tuttle Methodist Church first found its roots in a Union Sunday School. From there, the group moved to the new school…

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New additions to Union City Schools

By Jayson Knight jaysonrknight@gmail.com Union City Schools have made some major improvements to start the new school year with, including a new electronic sign, and a revamped playground area for elementary school kids. Union City Schools Superintendent Dr. Becky Slothower said Monday, September 12, “We have had an excellent start to our year, and the…

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Tuttle Cheer wins Regionals

By Jayson Knight jaysonrknight@gmail.com Tuttle Cheer won the Regional Championship Saturday in Chickasha, and will compete at Tulsa Union for State this coming weekend. Tuttle has won 17 Cheerleading State Championships with the first coming in 1989. The Lady Tigers won seven straight state titles from 2014-2020, but Saturday marks the first time in a…

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Covered Wagon Rides available for free at Western Days

Covered Wagon rides will be available for visitors and residents of Mustang to ride throughout Western Days in 2022. The rides will begin Friday as the Western Days festivities kick-off and will begin again after the Parade on Saturday morning (rides available between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m.) before they head over to the rodeo…

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Western Days returns with “Just Peachy” theme

At one point in Mustang’s history, the feeling of a city didn’t exist. Instead, the busy streets and closely-knit community were preceded by orchards growing fruit shipped across the world. According to the history provided on the City of Mustang’s website, the 1912-13 growing season even reportedly yielded “tens of thousands of bushels of fruit.”…

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Western Days rodeo returns

By Jacob Sturm news@mustangpaper.com   Western Days traditions continue to live on as the celebration hits its 46th annual occurrence on Sept. 9 and continues the next night through the evening hours of Sept. 10 at the Mustang Roundup Club Arena. Capping off the festivities on both evenings is the Western Days open rodeo, where…

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Stampede Car Show brings flare to Western Days

By Jacob Sturm news@mustangpaper.com   The Oklahoma Mustang Club’s Stampede Open Car Show is back and better than ever for its Western Days event, which brings a flare for the exciting to the festivities and has proven to be a major draw in the past. Chuck Foley, who is on the Western Days Board as…

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Mustang parade encompasses Western Days tradition

By Jacob Sturm news@mustangpaper.com   There are plenty of events for attendees to enjoy as part of Mustang’s Western Days celebration, but nothing quite compares to the parade happening on Saturday at 10 a.m. Mustang Chamber of Commerce President and CEO, Renee Peerman, said the Parade Grand Marshals are usually selected by their relationship to…

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