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January 25, 2012

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Ada —

If you’re an employer and have the opportunity to interview someone who’s worked very long at EDGE, give them a leg up in the process.  You can be assured they are loyal, honest, and hardworking if they were part of our team.  If you want to speak to me personally about anyone, my direct number in Dallas is 972-728-2005.

Thanks, Ada, for sharing in the celebrations and milestones of EDGE Tech Corp throughout the years, especially those of you who have been a part of it – what a ride!

As an aside, we will be having a great auction at 10 a.m. this Saturday, Jan. 28.  Computer servers, coat racks, office chairs, tanning bed, weightlifting equipment, bedroom suites... you name it, we have it.  1310 North Hills Center.

All my best, 

Jeff Thompson

President and CEO

EDGE Tech Corp

Dear Editor,

 The family of Jennifer L. Campbell would like to express our heartfelt appreciation to all of the individuals who responded admirably in our time of crisis: Pontotoc County Sheriff’s Office, Chickasaw Nation Lighthorse Police, Oklahoma Highway Patrol, District 22 D.A. Drug Taskforce, Allen Police Department, Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, State of Oklahoma Medical Examiner’s Office, Byng Volunteer Fire Department, Byng and Ada Fire Departments, Valley View EMS, Sheriff John Christian, Byng Assembly of God Church, Mr. Gary Haney and the American Legion. In addition we would like to thank all friends and neighbors for their kindness and support during this difficult time.

Larry Brown

Bethany

Dear Editor,

I would like to applaud the efforts and leadership of people involved in putting together the Career Fair for the 8th graders last week. I attended part of the fair out of my own curiosity and found this event well organized and very useful in educating youngsters that they must take control of their lives now to have a good future and career. The theme of the event My Career, My Future, My Responsibility was very powerful and appropriate. The event emphasized that these young kids must develop good life habits and pay attention to their education for a good career and life ahead. 

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