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Duncan dunks Ada in Week 3
On the Cougars’ second offensive play, Carroll turned to his left and tried to toss a short pass. But the ball was tipped, and Duncan’s Roderick Standokes made a diving catch to intercept the ball just moments before it hit the ground.
Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting and Festival kicks off Sept. 28
A longstanding tradition of celebrating Chickasaw heritage, customs and unconquerable spirit gets underway during the 2018 Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting and Festival, Sept. 28-Oct.6.
Two injured in wrecks on area roads
At that point, Gore was ejected 75 feet through the passenger’s side window, according to the OHP. The Suburban then ran off the left side of the road and came to rest against the guardrail.
Army West Point at No. 5 Oklahoma - 9/22/2018 Free Preview - BangTheBook
The Black Knights got their second W in as many tries after a 28-21 victory over Hawaii last week. Kelvin Hopkins Jr. completed six passes for only 162 yards. Hopkins Jr. (110 rushing yards on 20 attempts, two TDs) also led the ground attack and was complemented by Darnell Woolfolk (70 yards on 19 c
Girls Night Out event offers shopping, food and fun
About 19 merchants are participating in the come-and-go event, which runs from 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday in downtown Ada. This month’s event, dubbed “Clean Sweep September,” gives retail businesses an opportunity to clear out old merchandise and introduce items for the coming shopping season.
City offices to close for employee staff meeting
All non-emergency offices at the city of Ada will be closed from 1 to 3 p.m. Wednesday for an employee staff meeting. Offices will re-open for business at 3 p.m.For more information about the city of Ada, visit .
“It has to stay open,” Pauls Valley hospital on verge of closure asking community for help
“We can no longer rest and wait for someone to come rescue us,” said Frank Avignone, CEO of Alliance Health Partners Oklahoma. “We have to take our own future into our hands and move this hospital forward. It has to stay open.”
Atoka teen killed in accident
According to an accident report, the boy was outside directing a 40-year-old man as he backed up a 20-foot stock trailer around 11:45, when he was pinned between the trailer and a tree.
Metro mother arrested after baby found with rashes, bug bites “all over her body,” police say
On September 14, just before 6:30 p.m., police responded to a call in reference to child neglect.
Man arrested after allegedly burglarizing home, threatening to kill homeowner
On September 14, at approximately 1:35 a.m., police responded to a home in south Oklahoma City in reference to a first-degree burglary.
Iowa State Football Post-Mortem: Oklahoma
Reese Strickland-USA TODAY SportsHeading into last weekend’s matchup with Oklahoma, one of the primary concerns surrounding the team was the offense. Against Iowa, the offensive line got absolutely destroyed by the Hawkeye defensive line, and, outside of the very first drive of the game, the offense
Photo of Oklahoma students serving detention causing controversy
ARDMORE, Okla. – A photo of middle school students serving detention is causing controversy, and has caused the school to stop the disciplinary action.
Families displaced after fire at Shawnee apartment complex
The fire took everyone by surprise, and now, all of the residents affected by the fire must vacate.
Hundreds line up for grand opening of ‘The Container Store’
The Container Store, the first one in Oklahoma, opened Saturday and features thousands of storage and organization products. The store focuses on selling items to keep your home clean, organized and clutter-free.
Ram Jack Foundation Repair Corporate Office Names New General Manager
First, Holland began by helping when the local network went down, thus the beginning of Information Technology Support (IT) at Ram Jack. As Ram Jack continued to grow, so did their need for IT personnel, which Holland was able to accomplish.
Ada bankers graduate from OBA Compliance School
OKLAHOMA CITY — Danielle Hill with Citizens Bank of Ada and Louise Cagle and Tiffany Gamble, both with Oklahoma Heritage Bank in Ada, recently completed the Oklahoma Bankers Association Compliance School in Oklahoma City.
Financial literacy teacher is example of what Oklahoma needs
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about how Drew Rhodes, senior government teacher at U.S. Grant High School in Oklahoma City, is teaching financial literacy using game-based learning tools from K20.What I did not include in that column was that Drew is the 2018 recipient of the Oklahoma Standard Award
Ada police continue to investigate hit and run accident one year later
ADA, Okla. (KXII) -Ada police say last September Joshua Gregory was on his motorcycle leaving from the Blue Moon Car show at the North Hills Center when he crashed just up the street.It was Sept. 16 when Ada police say witnesses reported seeing a woman driving a Green SUV pull out of a driveway head
Students in Oklahoma City 'do the right thing' after finding cash
From left, Jabaree Williamson, Keenan Estell and Damareay Tomlin stand near the spot where they found $300. The Belle Isle Enterprise Middle School students turned in the cash, which was claimed a day later, and received $25 gift cards. [Photo by Jim Beckel, The Oklahoman]
VIDEO PREVIEW: No. 5 Oklahoma vs. Army
Army averages better than 300 yards on the ground a game, even though the Black Knights have four new starters on the offensive line this season while losing eight starters on the offense as a whole. SeniorBryce Hollandis a two-year starter and has to anchor the team on offense. BacksDarnell Woolfol