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OAC awards grant to All Nations Pow Wow
Oklahoma Art Council awarded All Nations Annual Pow Wow of Ada Society, an Oklahoma 501© organization, a matching grant to help support the an exciting and family oriented event – The 6th All Nations Pow Wow.
Nov. 29, 2013
Touching hearts: Campaign aims to make Christmas merry for nursing home residents
For the past 10 years, Corine Khoury and her sons have spent their holidays providing Christmas gifts for other people.
Touring shows at ECU would make great Christmas gift idea
A unique Christmas gift idea is being provided by East Central University where, for a single bargain price of $30, a ticket package can be purchased to see two touring shows at the Ataloa Theatre in the Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center.
Local girl named outstanding teen
The Miss Southeast Oklahoma Scholarship Pageant and community corporate sponsor, RNR Cross Family Foundation, crowned two new titleholders Nov. 17 in Durant.
ECU political science students to visit Washington in February
Ten students from East Central University’s Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society have been selected to travel to Washington, D.C., to participate in the “D.C. Internship Experience” Feb. 12-16, 2014.
Boy pulls brother from crashed van
On the cloverleaf of J.A. Richardson Loop Sunday afternoon, a man and his two children found themselves upside down in a van.
Ada company donates labor, materials for McLish Middle School project
Christmas is still a month away, but patrons of the Stonewall school district are getting an early present this year.
Icy conditions result in only minor wrecks
Mother Nature flexed her weather biceps over the weekend, resulting in a lot of slipping and sliding over county and state roads last weekend and Monday.
It caused a few minor collisions as well, not to mention one rollover that could have, but did not, result in tragedy.
As of mid-afternoon Monday, there had been no reports of anyone treated for weather-related injuries.
Two arrested for alleged assault
An Ada man was severely beaten Sunday and two men were arrested by police.
Arrested were 27-year-old Durrell Jones and 24-year-old Terrance Jones, both of Ada.
Police responded to a call of a man lying in the road at the intersection of Eighth and Highland at 1:20 p.m. When police arrived, they discovered a man lying on his back with his girlfriend beside him, Officer Brian Engel wrote in a report.
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