Byng — According to Pontotoc County Sheriff John Christian, Byng schools are no longer locked down. Three juveniles were arrested by Chickasaw Lighthorse Police after they ran away from Byng High School. The three were allegedly involved in a fight at the school involving faculty and another student. Earlier Friday afternoon, deputies were called when fighting broke out among some students and faculty members "couldn't control it," Christian said. Watch for Sunday's print edition of The Ada News for more details.
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Oklahoma City University is proud to announce that Savanna-Rae Weddell of Ada has been named to the President's Honor Roll for the spring 2014 semester.
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