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Man leads police on chase in stolen fire department vehicle

By Jacob Sturm news@mustangpaper.com There was an extra amount of buzz at the Tower Theatre in Oklahoma City on Friday night. Mustang Police Department officials, with the help of the Oklahoma Highway Patrol and Oklahoma City Police Department, made an arrest at the location following an incident regarding a Mustang Fire Department vehicle larceny. According…

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OKC Train show comes to State Fair Nov. 5-6

The OKC Train Show will be pulling into the station at The Pavilion on the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds Nov. 5-6. Try a train simulator and kids switching puzzle. Enter to win prizes given away throughout the show. The show will run Saturday, Nov. 5 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, Nov. 6 from…

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Woman rescued after being trapped in hole overnight

By Jeff Harrison Midwest City Beacon A woman was rescued by emergency responders after being trapped in a hole near NE 23rd St. and Douglas Blvd. in Midwest City. The 32-year-old woman told rescue crews that she fell into the hole Tuesday night while walking along NE 23rd St.  She was unable to climb out…

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Firefighters visit students during Fire Prevention Month

By Jacob Sturm news@mustangpaper.com The Mustang Fire Department will be fighting for Mustang residents’ safety in a unique way throughout October. Members of the fire department will be putting on shows with puppets in each elementary school inside Mustang Public Schools, and this year they will be adding a show at the Mustang Town Center for the homeschool…

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Okie Print Barn a local, low-cost option

Matt and Veronica Anderson started Okie Print Barn out of their garage five years ago, and decided to go brick-and-mortar a year ago. Okie Print Barn is currently located in Mustang at 633 E State Hwy 152. “We pride ourselves on our customer service,” Matt said Monday. “One of the things that a lot of…

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Man in custody after taking handgun to Choctaw football practice

By Ryan Horton Choctaw Times   Choctaw High School was briefly put on lockdown Tuesday afternoon after a man with a firearm showed up to football practice. A short time later, 20-year-old Latrell Donyell Mensah, of Midwest City, and a juvenile female were under arrest for charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and…

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Harrah hosts annual Legislative Luncheon

By Ryan Horton Choctaw Times The Harrah Chamber of Commerce hosted their annual Legislative Luncheon Aug. 16 at St. Teresa Catholic Church. In attendance to speak was Governor Kevin Stitt, Congresswoman Stephanie Bice, State Senator Shane Jett, Oklahoma County Commissioner Brian Maughan, Estela Hernandez – Field Representative for Senator James Lankford, and Harrah Mayor Danny Trent.…

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City Wide Tree & Home Service has a passion for trees

City Wide Tree & Home Services, LLC is a family-owned company owned by Jason Ghomrawi, a local, experienced professional specializing in tree removals, tree trimming, stump grinding, shrub trimming/removal, flowerbed renovation, and more. Three years in to owning his own business, Ghomrawi is very experienced in working with trees, having worked for his family’s business…

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Luigi’s Bistro is a local hidden gem

The West Metro’s best kept secret is an Italian restaurant located in Westbury. Luigi’s Bistro at Westbury is a family owned and operated Italian-American restaurant located at the former Westbury Golf Course. It’s situated inside the OakHaven community. Just go past the gates and you’ll find a local hidden gem. In 1951, Luigi Scaffetta brought…

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Neighborhood Jam and Pub W coming to West OKC

Czech Hall Marketplace, located off Interstate 40, at North Czech Hall Road, in Oklahoma City, is growing with several new additions including a Pub W and Neighborhood Jam restaurant. “We will have our Pub W and our Neighborhood Jam there,” said David Brauckmann, Chief Financial Officer with Hal Smith Restaurants. “We hope to be underway here by the second or third…

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